Make it right: 3 correct moves for toned arms

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You keep doing push-ups, but do not see the result? Perhaps your technique is wrong and all of your efforts are in vain. Here we present three of the most popular ways of push-ups and demonstrate proper push-up technique. Try it now!

Make it right: 3 correct moves for toned arms

Push-ups

Push-ups

Starting Position: Get into lying support on straight arms. Set your hands shoulder-width apart. Hold your trunk straight, straighten your back and legs. Take care about your head: do not drop it  and do not throw it back.
Technique: Inhale going down, exhale when going up.
Attention: Your back and hips shall be in-line. Do not hold your breath!

or you can do alternative easier version 

Knee push-ups

Knee push-ups
Starting Position: Get into lying support on knees and on straight arms. Set your hands shoulder width apart. Hоld your trunk straight, straighten your back. Take care about your head: do not  drop it and do not throw it back.

Triceps dips

Triceps dips
Starting Position: Set your back to become your supporting point. Hold your body on straight arms. Hold your palms next to your hips. Legs are slightly bent at knees. Support yourself on  your heels.
Technique: Inhale going down bending your arms and making a 90-degree angle at your elbows. Exhale straightening your elbows and return to the starting position.
Attention: Hold your trunk as close as you can to the supporting point. The further you place  your heels - the harder the exercise. Do not hold your breath!


One knee push-ups

One knee push-ups
Starting Position: Get into lying support with one knee fixed firm on the floor and your upper body staying on straight arms. Another leg shall be kept straight. Place your hands shoulder width apart. Hold your trunk straight. Take care about your head: do not drop it and do not throw it back.
Technique: Inhale going down. Exhale returning to the starting position. Perform exercise  without stops within the prescribed time. On hearing a signal change the supporting knee.
Attention: Your back and hips shall be in line! Do not hold your breath!