Exercise Guide, Shoulders, Triceps
How to Do Hand Walkouts (Inchworm)

How to Do Hand Walkouts (Inchworm) Exercise Properly

How to do hand walkouts Share this Gif On Your Site (Copy the code below) Main Muscles worked
  • Triceps
  • Shoulders
Other Muscles Worked
  • Abs
  • Chest
  • Back

Hand Walkouts Guide

  • Stand straight putting your feet shoulder-width apart.
  • Bend over to touch the floor with your palms
  • Walk your hands out the farthest you can and then pause. Ensure that your legs are straight when doing this exercise.
  • Walk back to the initial starting position. Repeat to complete the set.

Trainer’s Tips

  • Keep your legs straight and prevent your hips from sagging.
  • Your spine should be neutral and your core engaged so as to increase stability in the movements involved.
  • Breathe deeply and lift your heels as you walk. Ensure your hands are spread to the furthest position possible.
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Hand Walkouts Benefits

  • The inchworm exercise warms up the whole body and strengthens your chest, upper back, lower back, abs, and arms.
  • Increases balance and stability.
  • The hand walkouts shapes and tones your muscles to keep a stable and steady posture.
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