4-Week Strength Program 102 • 38s
Can be done either:
A. On a workout bench. Note - if your feet can't stay flat on the ground when lying all the way back you CAN come onto the toes. However a flat foot is better. If you have access you can try putting plates to help bring the floor to you.
B. From the floor - A slightly less intense version of being on bench because of less range of motion
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A. Bodyweight. Holding hands on hips, or reaching out in front of you like in the good morning demo
B. With weights. You can hold onto 1 weight in hand of opposite leg working (the flat foot) or hold onto two weights
Kneeling Alternating Push Press
B. Standing - if kneeling doesn't work for your knees this can be done standing
Standing can be slightly less intense because you could use the momentum from your lower body to push up overhead.
Dumbbell Plank Pull
A. From an all fours/quadruped position
B. High plank position on knees
C. High plank position on toes