Let's get you better at push-ups
If you ever find yourself struggling at rep #5 or even rep #1 of your push-ups, this is the perfect exercise for you. We want you to be able to complete push-ups with full range of motion, but let's face it. sometimes that's hard for us to do when first starting out.
This is where the incline push-up comes in.
Grab yourself a barbell, a bench, or even the edge of your countertop, and get started.
1. Start at a comfortable incline and work your way up to 10-12 reps over a few weeks.
2. Once you hit the 10 -12 rep mark comfortably, decrease the incline. And work in that range of motion for a few weeks.
3. After 6-8 weeks you can make your way down to the floor to get to work on floor push-ups.