Push-Up Form & Technique
Our Mobility extraordinaire, Steve, put together the video below all about proper push-up form. Take the time to think about the cues mentioned so that you become stronger in this position. So many practice the same bad habits, time after time, stalling any sort of improvement. Are you guilty? FILM yourself and see what you look like!https://youtu.be/WqwqXN4v8oE
**Warm-Up your shoulders and chest well**https://youtu.be/zSox4-GKaJ0
- Your goal is to achieve the given reps within 0:30. DO NOT exceed this time or you will not recover for the next set. You cannot drop to your knees or rest on the floor. Once you break, the set ends. YOU MAY rest at the top of the rep.
- This will be a challenge. KEEP YOUR FORM in check, remembering good form makes you stronger. Poor form leads to plateaus and injury.
- Scale down mid-way if you need. Drop to your knees or do elevated, as they too will make you stronger, than poor form will.
- Use the ONLINE LOOP TIMER to keep track of your time for the strength and WOD.
- WOD starts with Down/Ups
- Use the same ONLINE LOOP TIMER from strength alarming you of the EMOM