The inchworm is a popular bodyweight exercise that involves “walking” the hands on the floor from a bent-over toe-touch position into a straight-arm plank. It is usually performed as part of a dynamic warm-up to help raise core body temperature and “limber up” the body from head to toe.
Activates and warms up shoulders, hips, and core
Requires no equipment
Raises core temperature
Pairs well with glute bridges and other warm-up moves in a dynamic circuit