7 Pushup Styles to Spice Up Workouts

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Wide-grip push-ups

it train your chest, shoulders, and arms. This pushup variant builds core strength and protects your back. Alternating wide and conventional pushups may also avoid overuse injuries.

Close-grip push-ups

Close grip push-ups help strengthen your arms and upper body. They work your chest, arms, shoulders, and back.

Decline Push-ups

Decline pushups build upper chest strength best. A descent pushup raises your arms. Shoulders and upper pecs move. Decline pushups regularly strengthen upper body.

Incline Push-ups

Incline pushups are raised pushups. An workout box raises your upper body. Incline pushups may challenge you.


One-Arm Pushups

One-hand push-ups, one of the most advanced bodyweight workouts, work your arms, pecs,  shoulders. One-hand push-ups improve core stability. The training stabilizes your core muscles.

t push-ups 

Push-ups are a conditioning exercise done in a prone position with straightened and bent arms while supporting the body on the hands and toes.

Plyometric Push-ups

 These advanced pushups strengthen your chest, triceps, stomach, shoulders. This pushup adds "jumping" to make it harder and more explosive. Plyopushups burn fat and build muscle.

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