4-Week Strength Program 101 • 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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Dumbbell Plank Push
A. From an all fours/quadruped position
B. High plank position on knees
C. High plank position on toes
A. Elevated surface. Note - the higher up the surface = decrease in intensity. If you want to increase intensity take it to a surface closer to the ground. If you want to decrease the intensity take it to a higher surface (the highest surface being a wall)
B. If elevated push-ups become...
Lower Body Figure 4
A. From a lying down position