Table Top Bridge
A physical bridge made out of materials that can be placed on a table top. The exercise likely involves designing and constructing the bridge using specific guidelines or constraints.
Table Top Bridge Instructions
- Place the Table Top Bridge on a flat surface, such as a table or countertop.
- Stand facing the bridge with your feet shoulder-width apart.
- Place your hands on the bridge, with your fingers pointing towards your body.
- Slowly lower your body towards the bridge, bending at the elbows and keeping your back straight.
- Pause when your chest is just above the bridge, then push back up to the starting position.
- Repeat for 10-15 repetitions, or as many as you can comfortably do.
Table Top Bridge Form & Visual
Table Top Bridge Benefits
- Strengthens the muscles in the back, shoulders, and arms
- Improves posture and spinal alignment
- Stretches the chest, neck, and spine
- Increases flexibility in the hips and thighs
- Can help alleviate lower back pain
- Improves balance and stability
- Can be modified for different fitness levels and abilities
Table Top Bridge Muscles Worked
- Lower back
Table Top Bridge Variations & Alternatives
- Table Top Push-Up
- Table Top Tricep Dip
- Table Top Leg Lift
- Table Top Knee Tuck
- Table Top Mountain Climber