How to Do
How to Do Incline Push Up With Rotation
The incline push up with rotation should begin with good posture to avoid injury. Brace the spine by drawing your lower abdomen inward. Your core muscles should be activated to support your posture as you perform the exercise.
If any pain is experienced, immediately stop the incline push up with rotation.
Beginning Incline Push Up
1. Begin in a regular push-up position, focusing on your palms and toes.
2. As in a regular push-up, bend the arms to drop the chest to the floor.
Incline Push Up Movement
1. Shift your weight to one side as you push yourself back up.
2. Extend your arm straight up toward the ceiling while rotating your upper body.
3. Return to your starting location, then switch sides and repeat.
4. Rep for the appropriate number of times or for a specific amount of time (for the the 7-minute workout you do 30 seconds of these push-ups).
Incline Push Up Benefits
The inclination posture primarily strengthens your chest muscles, but to protect your back, you'll also need to activate your core muscles.
Push Up With Rotation.