Step 1 : Place your feet on a bench or any elevated step and get into a standard pushup position.
Step 2 : Lower your body until your chest nearly touches the floor, pause then push yourself back to the starting position. Maintain proper form throughout by preventing your hips from Sagging at any point, keep your core stiff by bracing your abdominal muscles and straighten your legs while placing your weight on your toes.
Step 1 : Position yourself in push up position but ensure that your hands are placed farther in front and wider that your shoulders. Raise our hips as you move your feet forward as far as possible. keep your back and legs straight throughout the movement.
Step 2 : Move your chest downward and forward until nearly touching the floor. Your shoulders should be inline with your hands. Pause, then push out your hips downward and straighten your arms. Pause again, then revers the movement until you’ve come back to the starting position.
Step 1 : Place your hands on a bench and get into a standard push up position.
Step 2 . Lower your body until your chest nearly touches the bench. Pause, then push yourself back to the starting position. Maintaining proper form throughout by preventing your hips from sagging at any point. Keep your core stiff by bracing your abdominal muscles and straighten your legs while your weight on your toes. Then repeat.
Step 1 : Get down on all fours and place your hands on the floor so that they are slightly wider than your shoulders. Cross your ankles behind you.
Step 2 : Lower body until your chest nearly touches the ground. Pause, then push yourself back to the starting position. Keep your core stiff by bracing your abdominal muscles
Step 1 : Assume the standard push-up positions : prone, feet together, hands on the floor just below the level of your shoulders about shoulders’ width apart. Move your feet apart, a little more than shoulders’ width.
Step 2 : Lift one hand and rest it on the small of your back.
Step 3 : Using the other hand, push your body up from the floor, keeping your back straight. Stop just before you “lock out” your elbow at the top of the movement.
Step 4 : Lower your body with the one arm. To maintain your balance, turn your torso slightly away from the pushing arm.
Step 5 : Continue lowering yourself until your chin is about a fist’s width above the floor. Since your angled your torso, your chin should be about whee the hand you now have behind your back was when you started the exercise. This is one repetition.