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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Push-ups with feet elevated


Main muscles performing the movement: Chest
Other muscles involved in movement: Shoulders, triceps
Equipment and facilities: None
Level: Beginner
Movement: Pushing


Method of execution


Lie on the floor face down and place your hands about three feet apart, keeping your torso up.






Place your feet on a flat bench. This will allow your body to be lifted up. Note: The higher - higher the slope, the more - great resistance in the execution of the exercise.

Lower your body down until your chest almost touching the floor. Inhale, performing it.






Using the pectoral muscles, back upper body back to the starting position and tighten the chest. Exhale as you do so.

Repeat.