Can You Handle the 'Matrix Reloaded' Bodyweight Exercise From Skylar Diggins?

WNBA star Skylar Diggins demonstrates a challenging full-body strength and mobility exercise that combines several moves.

Late last year, Skylar Diggins shared a few of her training secrets with STACK. She revealed she stuck mostly to high-intensity bodyweight work, like Single-Leg Pistol Squats and Planks, and dynamic movements and exercises like Battle Ropes and agility sequences.

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Recently, Diggins instagrammed a video of an exercise her trainer at Rix 3602 Fitness in Indiana named the "Matrix Reloaded." It appears to be a combination sequence of a Downward Facing Dog, a Slide Single-Leg Toe Touch, a Push-Up, and a Scorpion. This move will build upper-body and core strength, and will improve mobility in your hips, back and lower body.

Diggins makes it look easy (below), but we're betting after a few reps in, you'll want to stop.


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