Flipping tires over is a different way to work posterior-chain muscles: hamstrings, back, and glutes (muscles you’d engage during a deadlift, for example)—and can be especially good for people who sit a lot.
Practice first with a lighter tire, to perfect your form. Keeping your weight in your heels and your arms outside your legs, squat down and scoop your hands under the tire. Next, press up (to standing position) with your legs (as you would with a squat) to raise the tire up. Lean your chest towards the tire, keeping your back straight and your spine in a neutral position. And then flip it, thrusting your hips forward as you push the tire over.
Tire flips are especially fun to do with a buddy, as you can flip the tire back and forth to each other.
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