Learn to do a push-up correctly and get the most out of your workout!
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Everyone knows how to do push-ups, don’t they? Well, we will teach you how to get the most out of a push-up with the proper push-up form!
Push-ups are an excellent exercise for using in bodyweight workout plans, and although they are straight-forward, it is important to use the correct push-up form to perform the most effective push-up, get the most out of them, and avoid injury.
Push-ups work your chest, shoulders, and triceps and can be used with different techniques, from beginner to advanced training programs. They are amazingly adaptable and versatile, and can be done anywhere you have enough space to lay down.
To protect your lower back, you should make sure you keep your belly button pulled back to engage your underlying core muscles and brace your abs while you perform the exercise. This will help you maintain a strong position with your spine in neutral alignment.
Push-Up Technique Tips — [Step-by-Step Technique]:
Step 1: Kneel down, set your hands on the floor just outside shoulder-width apart, then move your feet back so you are resting on your tip-toes with your back in neutral alignment and your core tight.
Step 2: Breathing in, slowly lower your chest towards the ground by bending your arms to 90 degrees. Make sure you keep a flat position through your body and your core held tight.
Step 3: Breathing out, press yourself back up into the start position, pushing your shoulder blades and upper back upwards, still maintaining a straight line through your body.
Step 4: Repeat for the prescribed number of reps, then slowly bring your knees forward to a resting position.
** Pro Tip #1: We recommend starting 3 sets of 10-12 reps. **
** Pro Tip #2: If you are just starting out, you can rest on your knees instead of tip-toes for an easier alternative. **
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