- Improves pushing strength.
- Promotes Hypertrophy of the anterior deltoids, pectorals and triceps.
- You will need the strength to stabilize your entire body while in a prone position.
- You’ll need a high level of muscle endurance and core strength.
- In a prone position, place your hands so that they are at a width that allows your forearms to be stacked directly on top of the wrists with your elbows at a 90° angle.
- Extend elbows so that you are in a plank position.
How to Do:
- Flexing elbows and lower your body pay attention so that you maintain a neutral spine.
- Push back up to starting position without compensating by interfering with your posture.
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