Distance runner Elijah Orr pushes himself to his bodily limits on his YouTube channel, the place he places himself by means of bodily challenges like David Goggins’ run-pushup-run routine, the One Punch Man exercise, and an intense med-ball-and-burpee session. In a brand new video, he takes on a pushup problem that many different YouTubers have tried: ‘Bring Sally Up.’
The guidelines to the problem are easy: placed on the tune ‘Flower’ by Moby, drop to the ground, and carry out a sequence of pushups whereas following together with the lyrics “Green Sally up / and green Sally down / lift and squat / gotta tear the ground,” lifting the physique on the “up” and decreasing it on the “down.” While the pushup model of this problem is a well-liked one on YouTube, ‘Bring Sally Up’ dates again so far as seven years, and has been used to check endurance on different body weight workout routines together with the squat and pullup.
Despite beginning off sturdy, round two and a half minutes into the tune, Orr actually begins to wrestle. “I think this is where my form fell apart a little bit,” he says. “My knees were oh so close to hitting the ground and my arms, at 45 degrees, were questionable at times.”
Orr is profitable in making all of it the way in which to the tip, and is happy with the pump he will get, though he additionally describes his arms as feeling “totally buttery.”
“If I keep doing this and keep trying to get better at it, I want to go lower on the lows,” he says. “I think I definitely could have gone lower… I think I was a little slow to go down too… I want to improve on my form. I guess I would count it as a pass, but I would want my form to be better than that.”
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