You can use anything for your workout sessions. Your limitation is only the reach of your imagination. If you are outside for a jogging session, then you should know that you can utilize some readily available stuff for the benefit of improving your body; one of these things is a bench. Here are some bench workouts you must try to be healthy and fit.
6 Bench Workouts
Your position would be just like sitting on the bench. But you are not sitting on the bench. You would be sitting on the air in a squat-like position, while your hands are on the bench itself. You would then use your arms to push up and down, with your body weight as your motivator.
It’s like climbing on awkwardly high and weirdly distanced steps. You need only stand in front of the bench, then climb the bench one foot at a time. When both your feet are on top, you should step backwards down the bench still one foot. You should do this 15 times or more, alternating which foot to lift up & put down first.
While you can do pushups on the ground, a bench would be able to assist you in angling yourself, so you may be able to address specific muscles on your chest, as well as your triceps. You need only place your arms on the bench and assume the push-up pose.
This is essentially a modified push-up that proceeds to a squat, then ends with you standing up and repeating the process. Your hands must be on the bench, except for when the standing up phase takes place.
You must stand in front the bench and facing away from it. Your foot must be on the bench. Making sure you have enough space for your body to perform the lunge, you should then bend your knees until you have reached your standing leg is at a 45-degree angle. Repeat this exercise 10-15 times.
This time, you’re actually sitting on the bench. But it is not for relaxation because your bottom should be near the edge. You must raise both your legs up until you have assumed a V-shape from a sideways point of view. You would then bring your knees closer to your chest in a crunch exercise. This would tighten your core and keep you sweating for sure. It’s not just a regular jog at the park, after all.