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box-position press-up

French translation: pompages à genoux

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English term or phrase:box-position à genoux
French translation:pompages à genoux
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13:46 Jun 17, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: box-position press-up
mouvement de gymnastique du haut du corps
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pompages à genoux
Explanation:
BOX PRESS UP
Place your hands underneath your shoulders with fingers facing forward.

Your knees and feet should be resting on the floor, ideally on an exercise mat. You should aim to make a box shape with your arms, trunk, thighs and the floor.

Bend at your elbows, lowering your chest down, no lower than 2 inches from the floor. Aim to make a right angle with your arms, however stay within your own limits.

Keep a straight line through your spine, avoid forcing your bottom into the air, and also arching of the back. The rhythm should be smooth, throughout the exercise.

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pompages à genoux


Explanation:
BOX PRESS UP
Place your hands underneath your shoulders with fingers facing forward.

Your knees and feet should be resting on the floor, ideally on an exercise mat. You should aim to make a box shape with your arms, trunk, thighs and the floor.

Bend at your elbows, lowering your chest down, no lower than 2 inches from the floor. Aim to make a right angle with your arms, however stay within your own limits.

Keep a straight line through your spine, avoid forcing your bottom into the air, and also arching of the back. The rhythm should be smooth, throughout the exercise.




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Katia Xenophontos
Belgium
Local time: 05:49
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PRO pts in pair: 53
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