mollys most favorite exerciseChildhood obesity is something that children shouldn’t ever have to face. Since the beginning of 365 Molly has been watching, doing and learning. Mollys most favorite exercise is incorporated in WOD #184.

In the beginning of this 365 journey I didn’t even realize what kind of impression I was making my own children. The reason I started all of this is because I simply wanted to help parents out. Then, it became bigger than that.

Mollys most favorite exercise is push-ups. While most people THINK they can’t do a push-up, they are pretty surprised at the assessment (Initial Assessments are where I start EVERY one and they are FREE). A push-up is one of the most effective ways to assess your total body strength and endurance.

Let’s break this down a little further…

As a result of the media telling us that weights and cardio are the BEST ways to lose weight, we comply. It’s crazy to me to think that we STAT by loading our bodies with weight and expect that we are able to move it without injury. The whole concept of body weight movements uses something that you have without ALL the time… Body Weight.

Body weight movement is something you do every day and for most people their awareness just isn’t on their capabilities vs. on what their incapable of…

When you’re doing a body weight movement like push-ups you will know right away if you can one more or stop where you’re at. When you load your body with weights you won’t know until it’s too late. In the spirit of DIY we all try to find the “best” way to do things with minimal cost.

Well that’s why I’ve created each WOD. As an Exercise Physiologist I strive to provide the highest value for the most minimal cost… AKA NO cost at all. I simply ask if you are part of the #Kobernation and have found value since WOD #1 you share each WOD you complete to your social media site of choice and consider donating maybe a buck or two when you complete a WOD.

Think about what it would cost you to hire an Exercise Physiologist on your own…

Per hour rate = $50-$200 per session

Then you set up a schedule to meet up three times a week…

That’s anywhere from $150-$600 a week. Can you imagine spending that kind of money? Some people can and DO and I’m grateful for them. For those who can’t imagine spending that kind of money I put every WOD on the Cheat Sheet.


Setting an example for either your children or those around you is important because we are all they have to go off of within the first 5-10 years of their lives. I am very proud of both my children and love that Mollys most favorite exercise is push-ups.

So let’s get to today’s WOD…

WOD #184 Mollys Most Favorite Exercise

Warm-Up – 5 Minutes Cardio
1-6 Rounds
Reps: 10-20 each exercise

  • Push-up Twists
  • Batmans
  • Reverse Fly
  • Body weight Deadlifts

Cool Down- 5 Deep Breaths In Down Dog Pose

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Jed Kobernusz
Exercise Physiologist
Body Weight Movement Coach

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