Push-ups mainly include high-position push-ups, medium-position push-ups, and low-position push-ups. You need to keep your hands high and feet low, hands and feet high, and hands low and feet high. Tighten your abdomen with your hands and press down until you reach the back of your hands. When the height is close, restore the body to the original posture and repeat the above actions.
1. Mid-position push-ups
Mid-position push-up is the most common push-up posture. Its correct posture is to stand upright on the ground, with toes and hands as support points, the distance between the hands is slightly wider than the shoulders, the abdominal muscles are tightened, and the body is pressed down until the abdomen touches the ground. Touch, then lift your body and repeat the above actions.
2. High posture push-ups
High-position push-ups need to rely on a relatively stable object such as a table or sofa. Keep your body upright, with your hands on the object, slightly wider than your shoulders, so that your body and the ground are at about 30°～45°, and then press your body down until your face is close to the back of your hands. , Then lift the body and repeat the above actions.
3. Low posture push-ups
Low-position push-ups also need to rely on a relatively stable object such as a table or sofa. Put your feet on the object, hold your hands on the ground, and let your body assume a posture of feet high and head low, hands slightly wider than shoulders, body straight and abdomen tighten , And then press down the body close to the back of the hand, and then lift the body to repeat the above action.