8. Single-Leg Pushup
Why it works: “Single-leg pushups will get you some extra core stabilization that’s going to transfer into bulletproofing your low back more and keeping your entire body strong,” Seedman says. Even though it’s a simple exercise, it’s harder than a traditional pushup. Once they get easy, put a small weight plate on your back.
How to do it: Get into pushup position and raise one leg. Keep it elevated as you complete all reps. Lower the leg, then switch sides and complete reps on the opposite leg.
Reps: 5-6 each sideBack to top