The SFP daily health and fitness conditioning exercises are only two body-weight exercises. These two exercises give you the greatest benefit in the least amount of time.
The majority of the information in this post is from the book Daily Health and Fitness by Sam Fury.
5 SFP super-burpees is the least amount of daily exercise.
The ideal daily conditioning routine is:
Do this simple routine every day except on your rest day.
On your rest day only do 5 super-burpees.
The links above will take you to detailed posts on how to perform each of the exercises. Here is a brief introduction about why we use them in the Survival Fitness Plan (SFP).
The SFP super-burpee is an efficient exercise. It is a warm-up, light stretch, and full body muscle conditioning workout, all in one.
When done in succession they also serve to fill the body with life force as well as give a cardio-vascular workout.
The SFP super-burpee also gives extra benefits for Fight and Flight activities.
Here is a list of the main benefits gained from the SFP super-burpee:
Being able to pull yourself up is a very useful skill. The best way to condition yourself is with the classic pull-up.
The pull-up is an especially useful exercise for the Survival Fitness Plan. You will build strength for parkour wall-climbs and eventually muscle-ups.
LEARN MORE about healthy living in the book Daily Health and Fitness by Sam Fury.
Do you have anything to add to the daily health and fitness conditioning exercises? Feel free to leave any questions and/or comments below.
I’m a fan of such simple yet effective exercises like these. My busy schedule makes it difficult to go to the gym regularly, so I find these exercises super useful!
The reason I came up with the SFP super burpee was for the same reason. I just wanted something that would work the whole body and I could do just about anywhere.
This is great because my day is always fully planned and I can hardly get an hour in to do much. I might have trouble with pull ups.
That’s ok. Most people have trouble when first starting any new exercise. Just start easy and build your way up/
I hate going to gyms and it’s been forever since I had a membership. Nowadays, I just try to make sure my hubby and I get some walking done so that we don’t feel totally unfit, lol. But this sounds simple enough of an exercise routine to get started with in the comfort of our own home.
This sounds like a simple work out! I can definitely do burpees, pull ups are another story! I need to work my way there 🙂
Thanks for listing the benefits of these exercises!
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