I'm AJ Tucker, and I'm going to discuss a youth workout plan. As a youth in between the ages of seven and twelve, the things that you do at that point will last a lifetime. There's a foundation that you can build in that young age that you can never get any other time. It's almost like learning a language. So I'm going to show three basic exercises, the push-up, the lunge and the bear crawl. First we have the push-ups. I'm going to go down, post both hands on the floor, slightly wider than shoulder width apart. I'm going to lower my body until my shoulder breaks the plane of my elbows and come back up. So I'm going down and up. I want to work for 30 seconds to two minutes, depending on the kid's fitness level. Exercise number two is the bear crawl. It's a very fun exercise for kids. So I'm going to come here, post both hands on the ground but this time I'm going to bend my knees and get my hips up and I'm going to walk or I can run from this position. Again I'm working my upper body, my abs and my quads. I can go the entire football field or if they're a beginner, just a short distance. Last we have the lunge, working the lower body. I'm going to step out, my back knee goes towards the ground, come back up, form is so important when you are teaching youths these exercises. So time the youths because they have a hard time counting sometimes, 30 seconds to two minutes, keep your numbers and see where you are.