Chest, shoulders, triceps, core and support from the lower body! Push ups are much more than just chest!
This workout is a variety of push ups to challenge the whole body, with variations placing more emphasis on those shoulders, triceps or chest!
Quality over quantity as always! Different when it’s EMOM when we pushing through with high heart rate and arms always fatigued! 😆
Here’s a few key points to think about whilst performing push ups:
Think of your body as one long line. Quads tight, core braces, shoulders relaxed and neck inline with spine.
As We fatigue, We tend to drop the head so that is something We try to think about! For some of you, it may be reaching the head to the floor before your body comes down or hips too high. Content Creators are always aiming to improve and progressing involves constantly thinking about your alignment and also being aware of your personal ways you perform a movement.
Content Creators are all different and it is important to make this workout YOUR workout too! You can place hands on push up bars if more comfortable for you on the wrists. You can perform incline push ups with hands on a chair throughout to reduce load on upper body. You may prefer to practice regular push ups and perform those instead of the tricep staple. Also your hands might be wider or more narrower than in stance so whatever is more comfortable for you, you rock it!
All you will need for this workout is your mat and a chair!
Supersets with the first exercise being for 45 seconds, then 30 seconds for the second exercise to make each superset!
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