Hey guys, it’s Daniel from movement 101 and today I’m going to give you a quick tip for step ups. One of the variations is for cardio, so going up and down using your arms and keeping your heart rate high. Another variation is to load the front leg a bit more. A common mistake made is usually when you want to load up the front leg a bit more or even when the step is too high, this causes you to use the back leg/calf to push yourself up. One way around that is to keep the toe on the back leg pointed upwards to the ceiling and maintaining the toes up whilst leaning forwards. Another way to avoid this is to use a weight plate underneath your heels. This stops you from pushing your toes down on the ground, by elevating your toes off the ground. This again load the front leg a lot more and pushing and using momentum. So I hope that helps.
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