Bear Crawl

Exercise / Abs, Cardio

How to Bear Crawl

Bear Crawl

Bear Crawl Benefits


  • The bear crawl is a fundamental, total body exercise that can rehabilitate and strengthen your shoulder joints, develop the leg and core muscles, and improve cardiovascular conditioning.
  • When performing the bear crawl you use muscles throughout the entire body including the chest, shoulder and back, glutes, quadriceps, hamstrings, and core. You’ll build both strength and endurance in these muscles if you do the movement regularly.


Muscles Worked in the Bear Crawl

Gluteus Maximus
Hip Flexors
Erector Spinae
Pectoralis major
Triceps Brachii
muscle worked in the push press