What is a Frogger?
The Frogger is a simple exercise that targets the entire body, working the arms, abs, glutes, legs and heart in one move. It’s an intermediate exercise, so beginners and those with a weak upper body or weak knees should take it slow. It’s best suited for individuals who have mastered the proper plank form and can stay in the position for at least 45 seconds. The plank to squat move is a masterful exercise that utilizes your own body weight to maximal effect. The movement is especially effective in a HIIT workout routine.
How do you do a Frogger?
Begin in plank position on all fours, with your body in a straight line and your legs and arms shoulder-width apart. Stack your hands under your shoulders.
Jump forward like a frog into a wide squat position. Your knees and feet should land just outside of your elbows. Jump back into the plank position and repeat.
How do you modify a Frogger?
Frogger for Prenatal
What are the benefits of a Frogger?
When performing this exercise, quality is more important than quantity, particularly for first-timers.
Focus on proper form and breathing for this exercise. After mastering the form and your breaths, then focus can shift to how many reps you can complete in each exercise session.