How to Do Push Up Crawl
The push up crawl 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 push up crawl.
Beginning Push Up Crawl
1. Begin moving forward by crawling forward with the right hand and the left leg at the same time.
2. Switch sides and move the left hand and right leg forward immediately after putting weight on the right hand and left leg.
3, Continue crawling while keeping your body somewhat low. Assume you're crawling through a low net.
Push Up Crawl Movement
1. Begin by coming into a push up position with your hands flat on the ground and your legs straight behind you. Your toes will be on the ground.
2. Complete a push up by bending with your elbows and bringing your body down slowly so that your arms form 90 degree angles.
3. Simultaneously, pause at the bottom for a brief second before pressing yourself back up to the starting position while you crawl forward with one leg and the opposite arm.
4. Repeat for repetitions by completing a push up and alternating which leg and arm your crawl with.
Push Up Crawl Benefits
The bear crawl engages muscles across the body, including the shoulders, deltoids, chest, and back, as well as the glutes, quads, hamstrings, and core. If you execute this exercise on a regular basis, you'll develop both strength and endurance in these muscles.
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