Push-ups are a classic exercise routine that builds strength in your abs, triceps, and chest.
A proper push-up takes time to develop, but once you have the basics down, there are a variety of alterations you can make to change up the traditional form.
The following push-ups are generally for more experienced people and require caution to reduce the possibility of injury.
Try them out to see which ones work best for you!
1. Forearm to Tricep Extension Push-Up
This push-up begins with you at a horizontal position with your feet at a vertical position, with the toes being the only part of the foot on the ground (just like traditional push-ups call for).
Your forearms are placed in front of you on the ground, turned inward toward one another, with each hand lying next to the opposite arm. The individual will then extend their arms off the ground and leave their hands in place for support.