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How To Do Burpees
Burpees are a great martial arts conditioning exercise because they work every area of the body (i.e. legs, core, upper body, etc.). These videos will show how to do burpees to improve your martial arts conditioning. Burpees are similar to a squat thrust but have a jump at the end of the exercise.
How To Do Burpees
Heavy Bag Drill With Burpees
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