Fitness For Dads: How to unleash your Inner Animal

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Fitness For Dads: How to unleash your Inner Animal. SingleDad is dedicated to Men’s Health, Diet and Exercise Programs that will keep you in the best shape of your life. This month, learn Animalistic exercises that can help crush your calories… Read more.

Fitness For Dads: How to unleash your Inner Animal

SingleDad is dedicated to Men’s Health,
Diet and Exercise Programs that will keep you in the best shape of your life.
This month, learn Animalistic exercises that can help crush your calories…
Read more.

The Beastly Calorie Crusher Program

Unleash your inner beast and crank up
your metabolism with 5 animal-inspired moves. Perform each exercise for 40 seconds,
resting 20 seconds in between. Do three circuits total, or more if you can…

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Single-Arm Downward Dog

Assume a push-up position with your
feet shoulder-width apart. Place your right hand on the floor directly below
your right shoulder, and your left hand on your back, palm up. Push your hips
back and try to touch your heels to the floor. Return to the starting position.
Switch arms after 20 seconds.

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Baboon Jump

Make your hands into fists and place
your knuckles on the floor in front of your left foot. Keep them there as you
jump to your left. Upon landing, lift your fists and swing them between your
legs, shifting your weight to your left foot and straightening your right leg.
Repeat in the other direction. Continue alternating.

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Duck Walk

Push your hips back, bend your knees
and squat as low as you can, extending your arms out in front of you to help
you balance. Keep your chest up, your weight on your heels, and your eyes
straight forward. You need to maintain this stance as you walk forward for 20
seconds and then backward for 20 seconds.

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Frog Hop

Assume the starting position for the
duck walk but place your weight on the balls of your feet instead of your
heels. Maintain this position as you hop forward a few inches at a time. After
20 seconds, reverse direction, and start hopping backward.

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Sloth Row

Secure a pull-up bar at hip height on a
Smith machine. Grab the bar using a fist-over-fist grip, cross your calves over
the bar, and hang at arm’s length, clinging to the bar. Pull chest to the bar,
bringing your head to the right of the bar. On your next rep, bring your head
to the left. Continue alternating.

Richard JaramilloRichard “RJ” Jaramillo, is the Founder of SingleDad.com,
a website and social media resource dedicated to single parenting and specifically for the newly divorced, re-married, widowed and single Father with children.
RJ is self employed, entrepreneur living in San Diego and a father of three children. The mission of SingleDad is to help the community of Single Parents
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