More good burpee stuff from BJ Gaddour and team at Men’s Health. Watch the video. I especially like the variations between 1:00 and 1:45. Killer good, because they involve a lot of footwork and create instability for which you must compensate. That inefficiency challenges your neuromuscular system in ways that conventional sit-on-machine work with never do. These also have the benefit of requiring little or no space.
Think the burpee can’t get any worse? Then wait until you see the 25 variations shown by Men’s Health Fitness Director B.J. Gaddour in the video above. With names like the punching burpee, the punisher burpee, and the dead-stop burpee, they’ll make the standard version look like child’s play. Related: 30 Exercises You Can Do Anywhere
Source: Burpee Variations | Men’s Health