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The perfect pushup?

Friday, April 08, 2011

From Mercola-via YouTube two videos...Interesting variations on the pushup.
I could only hope to do the advanced ones...I'd probably crack my head on the handstand pushup in the second video! emoticon Let alone DH would be wondering how footprints got on the wall! emoticon

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  • v JAZZID
    Thanks for these examples... I don't do push-ups well at all.. I can do them on an incline, like leaning on the edge of my weight bench or roll out from my stability ball... it is harder on my wrists when I do them flat on the floor. But that's ok because I still get a killer workout doing them on an incline... Maybe when I am strong enough I will be able to do the straight leg push-ups... I think it looks so cool and you know you are strong when you can do them!... something go work towards! emoticon
    1904 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/9/2011 10:41:32 PM
  • v PAT3ONTHEBACK
    I thought he was going to make them look really easy, but hey, he looked like he was kind of working, too. I can only do 15 in a minute Actually it is less than a minute, my arms are bushed by about 50 seconds.
    1905 days ago
  • v LHLADY517
    Pushups on my knees or with my feet wide apart for better support--(I can't go down very far either.) Someday...maybe
    1906 days ago
  • v ANNEMAC5
    Amazing. Nice guy but a bit to muscle bound. He taught it well.
    I can now do 10 but I am sure I do not do them properly. I will try again over the week-end. I might pass on the head stand! emoticon
    1906 days ago
  • v THAIBEAUKITTY
    I can't do push-ups no matter how you do it!
    1906 days ago
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