How to Do The Perfect Push Up
Push-ups are one of the most basic exercises in body weight and are very popular.
Movement is easy, it can be anywhere.
And it's very effective because you're using a lot of muscle at the same time.
it looks nice. Okay?
The problem is that many people focus on quantity rather than quality when they push up.
To avoid this, you should focus on your four tips so that you can perfect pushups.
Let's start with Number 1.
1. Physical location.
Push-ups are not only trespass, chest and shoulder movement.
Most people ignore the abdominal muscles, hips, and legs.
Often they become behind the bow and reduce physical stress.
To avoid this, tilt your pelvis backwards and lower your toes.
With this the movement becomes very difficult. But it's also more efficient.
2. The second point is the position of the arm.
The position of the arm does not really matter in terms of perfect operation.
A perfect push-up can be done with wide or tight grip.
But when you do the standard pushups, it's important to be in a nearly vertical line below your shoulder.
There are still exceptions to this rule.
For example, when you're doing a pseudo-punch pushup that focuses more on your shoulder,
Or when you do sphinx pushups that are the trespassing movement.
If you are working with standard push-ups and opt for a wider grip, this involves more than close grip to the chest.
And a closer grip makes your tropes more focused.
The only thing you should completely avoid are flared elbows.
Because it puts a lot of pressure on your shoulder which can cause injuries.
The closer you put your arms on the body, the more your tails will be pointing backwards.
The wider you keep your arms, the farther away your body is from your body.
But they still point from side to back.
3. The third point is the range of motion.
it's very easy. Just don't cheat.
All the way up and all the way up. And keep your body upright.
Don't lower the range of motion by leaning your head forward or lowering your hips.
4. The last point is the shoulder blade movement.
This is a very neglected point.
As you go down, your shoulder blades gather together.
And as you go up, they fall apart.
You should also focus on pushing down instead of up.
But do not forget the difference between a passive and active mode of movement of the shoulder blades.
If you are too weak to shoulder, your shoulder blades gather together.
Because you can't withstand your body against gravity.
You can see this especially at the top of the movement.
When you're going down, always focus on a tense and active shoulder movement.
Don't let yourself fall into your structure.
If you consider all these points and try them out yourself, you will find that this is very difficult to do.
Your maximum recurrence may decrease.
But it doesn't matter.
Always pay attention to quality over quantity,
And you will be blessed with growth and a healthy body.
If you have any questions about this topic, just leave a comment.