Best Way to Do Burpees for Beginners, Back Pain, and Warm-up

The Best Way to Do Burpees for Beginners, Back Pain, and Warm-up

Learn the best way to perform burpees for:

– beginners who maybe overweight
– people with back and knee pain
– a proper warm-up before more advanced exercise progressions

The burpee is the baddest exercise on the planet and an incredible whole body muscle-builder, fat-burner, and metabolism-booster that will also make you more athletic for sport.

Learn how to do it right and start at ground zero as shown in the video and you’ll improve total body strength, cardio, and mobility!

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25 Replies to “Best Way to Do Burpees for Beginners, Back Pain, and Warm-up”

  1. I don't know how I've done burpees all these years without the dry ice. I would have looked so much hotter! This is great instruction though, this is exactly how I started doing them many years ago and I've never had issues with burpees.

  2. Great instruction, I'm buying several fog machines. At work, 'm going to explode out of my cube through a mysterious hazy cloud that says, "I arrived!" At home I going to burst out of my house, through the fog and stand in the super hero pose for 30 seconds before I get into the car. For music?, what else except Wagner. I may also get some of those huge Roman candles as well.

  3. Oh man, thanks. I'm actually more than fit enough to do the jump, but I'm too heavy to do the full push-up at this point. 🙁 But want to do burpees for sure.

  4. Thank you so much for showing this version! It takes a lot of pressure off my lower back and I can finally add burpee into my workout. Hope I'll be able to progress to the floor version without the box when I get stronger! 🙂

  5. Thank you for posting this! I was trying to figure out how to do burpees and protect my knee that I had surgery on that is still giving me some issues despite being fully healed. I think I am going to give your suggestions a try. 🙂

  6. @marissamalgeasance I'm sorry I didn't realize You were the owner of this. Or are You seeking recognition? You take offense to my judgement of this particular style of workout as if You made the video or the exercise. So I have freedom of speech and I may say what I like about this video and there isn't much you can do. So who's the real loser here?

  7. Fucking homophobe. It's exercise, no one's gonna start giving anyone fellatio. But, it's quite obvious you might want that, considering that's the first place you went to…

  8. thanks for posting this version of a burpee. I am going to try tomorrow night when I go to the gym.

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  10. Thanks for this. I have a reconstructed leg (pins, plates, rods, and screws) after a bad car accident. I KNEW I couldn't do a burpee, but the beginning move looks like something I could work towards.

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  12. So happy to see this version, been having difficulties with burpees, cant wait to try this out tomorrow!!! 🙂

  13. Thanks so much for this. Up until yesterday I hated burpees but I've 'decided' to LOVE them! I've got dreaful form though, which doesn't do much for my motivation so having this version will help me feel good about them, and I'll be able to see real progression to a full burpee. I'd give you lots of thumbs up if I could!

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