Get Ready to Fly With the Superman Press

Are you ready to fly with the Superman Press? The Superman Press is an effective exercise that works your entire body from head to toe. This exercise can help increase your overall strength and improve your core stability. It is a great way to work on balance, coordination, and flexibility in one challenging movement. Let’s get started!

How to Do the Superman Press

The Superman Press is a full-body move that will challenge your physical strength and help you develop better posture. Here are the steps for doing this exercise:

Step 1:

Start by laying on your stomach with your feet hip-width apart. Your legs, arms, and chest should be off the ground while keeping your glutes tight. Your elbows should be bent at a 90 degrees angle and away from your side.

Step 2:

Next, press forward above your head while keeping your hands and elbows off the ground. Once you complete the concentric portion of the superman press, you are flying like Superman. This move is similar to doing a shoulder press while lying down on your stomach.

Step 3:

Then slowly, bring your arms back down slowly. Stop once your arms reach a 90-degree angle.

Step 4:

Once you reach the bottom of the press-out, hold for a few seconds before slowly pressing back up to a superman position with both arms extended straight forward above you again.

Step 5:

Repeat for as many repetitions as possible before taking a break and starting over again for 2 – 4 sets. For added difficulty, try adding dumbbells to make it more challenging!

Conclusion the Superman Press Properly

The Superman Press is an excellent full-body move that will help strengthen many different muscle groups while improving balance, coordination, flexibility, posture, and stability all at once!

Whether you’re just starting or looking for something new to add to your fitness routine, give this exercise a try today. With practice and hard work, you’ll soon be flying like Superman!

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By Terry Clark

Terry Clark, M.S. is a math professor, certified fitness trainer, nutritionist, bodybuilding coach, writer, and fitness enthusiast. Terry loves working out, math, music, chess, cooking, writing, and teaching.

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