PERFORMING THE 30 DAYS EASY PUSH UP CHALLENGE
Pushups are fundamental for muscle-building workout that’s combined in almost every major athlete’s training program because they work. They target your arms, chest, and core, helping as one of the most effective bodyweight movements you can do. Better yet, you can turn them out anywhere, anytime and easily up the intensity by altering the elevation, adding equipment, moving your hand and feet positioning, and even adding instability. Actually, it’s best you add some variety; exercise tedium is as bad for your motivation as it is for your muscles.
Embarking on these 30 days easy Pushups challenge can help in toning your arm muscles and strengthen your physique. Don’t waste time trying to figure out when to start, you can do it now.
The Easy Push Up is a simpler version of the standard push up, which helps you get to adapt to this workout especially if you’re attempting or learning to do it for the very first time.
This workout is what you must do each day. Spend time doing it slowly, in order to help you build up your arms muscles strength gradually and not forgetting, also ensure that you do this exercise completely till the final day of the challenge.
Advantages of Push Ups
Push-ups are an ideal muscle toning exercise for the arms, triceps and chest and the front of the shoulders. It matters not where it is performed – whether knees or toes – it is still a good strength building exercise that can be done anywhere.
Muscle Groups Worked:
Deltoid, rectus abdominus, Tricep brachii, Pectoralis Major, coracobrachialis, serratus anterior.
If you cannot perform a push up on your toes then start off on the knees until you get stronger enough to do so.
- Start on all fours with the hands on the floor slightly wider than but in line with the shoulders.
- The body should form a straight line from the shoulders to the ankles
- Squeeze the abs as tight as possible and keep them engaged
- Lower the body until the chest nearly touches the floor, making sure that the elbows are tucked in close to the torso
- Pause for a moment then push yourself back to the starting position