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For reference to those performing the Inferno & to assist on understanding workout forms at the OBC-BU. Click on picture to enlarge.

Picture 1: Tiger Squat

TIGER SQUAT is performed starting on the knees (Picture 1: See big left picture), Roll back on to the heels (see top right picture) then stand up (bottom right picture). On the way back down lower yourself down on to your knees gently to complete one repetition.

(for movement, refer picture from top left to right, then bottom left to right)
Scorpion Pushup is performed with a start-up position similar to a military pushup.

After lowering chest closet to the ground, raise the body up and bring one leg (either left or right leg) across the other leg to tap the ground (See Picture 2, bottom left)

The being the leg back again to the start-position and repeat with the other leg. Alternate the leg and right leg accordingly. (See Picture 2 (b) below)

Picture 2 (b)

Picture 3: T-Pushup
(For movement-flow, refer to picture from the top-left to right, then the middle left to right and bottom-left to right).

T-Pushup is performed with a start position (Picture 3: top left & right) similar to a military pushup. As the body is lowered with chest close to the ground, raise the body up with one hand reaching up while the body-posture is maintained straight (Picture 3, middle-left). Then lower the body again and repeat with the other hand-stretched up (picture 3, bottom left)

For other workout forms, see: Workout 1, Workout 2.


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