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Soehendra 1Brenda SoehendraMs. Christine QuirosGNST 2530 Principles of KinesiologyFriday, 3 June 2020Final Project: Motion AnalysisSEQUENTIAL PHOTOS 1.Standing Position2.Squad Down, with hands on the floor3.Kick feet behind, move to a plank position4.Perform a push-up, lowering chest all the way to the floor and back up to the plank position5.Flex at knee and jump back to a squad position6.Return to standing position and jump
Soehendra 2DISCUSSION Burpees is a full body exercise similar to a squat thrust, but with additional movements in between each reps. This exercise is usually used in strength training and aerobic exercises. Different joints are associated and different muscles are used in each phase and movement of doing a burpees. It starts from a standing position, and then squad down with hands placed on the floor. During the squad position, the hip and knee joint flexes, while the ankle joint dorsiflexes and an extension in wrist joint. There is also a