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Some Basic Tips for Doing Push-Ups Correctly and Avoiding Injuries

Push-ups are a very popular type of exercise that allows you to work a large number of muscles in your body at the same time. This exercise, although it seems very simple, is usually done incorrectly, which can cause some injuries.

10 months ago

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Push-ups are a very popular type of exercise that allows you to work a large number of muscles in your body at the same time. This exercise, although it seems very simple, is usually done incorrectly, which can cause some injuries, especially in the shoulders and back.

When you do a push-up, you are lifting about half your body weight. It is for this reason that you need to make sure that you perform the exercise as well as possible. For this, we want to give you some basic tips to do push-ups correctly. Let's get started!

Arm position

When doing a push-up, your arms should be positioned as follows:

  1. Place your hands just below your shoulders
  2. Spread your fingers apart to better support your weight
  3. When you do the push-up, rotate your hands outward

Body position

To do push-ups correctly, the position of the body is also important. Make sure to do the following:

  1. Place your body straight as if you were doing a plank
  2. Activate your abdominal area to maintain stability and avoid back pain
  3. Keep your head facing forward
  4. Don't spread your feet too far
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Movement

Once you have your body in the correct position, it is time to do the exercise. For this, you must lower your body slowly and bend your elbow back. You should lower your body until your chest is a couple of inches off the ground. Remember that during the descent of the body you must inhale deeply.

To go up you must push your body by extending your elbows and flexing your shoulders. During the rise of the body, you must exhale and keep the abdomen active. This step is extremely important since it allows us to maintain the balance of the body and avoid injuries to the lower back.

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Published 10 months ago