This instructable will include two different types of push ups. The basic fundamental push up as well as a tricep push up. Push Ups are fun and can be done at any age.
Using more advanced means of getting strong like free weights are not recommended at any age. The specific areas that the push up works on is your shoulder strength, pectoral muscles, upper back, as well as your abdominals. You can get tone arms as well.
Step 1: The Setup for the Basic Push Up
Step 2: Performing Push Up
See the 2nd picture to understand the 90 degree angles your arms should be in.
To see results the more you do the more results you’ll see. To see even better results a tip would be to stay in the 90 degree angle position for as long as you can and then repeat that process again and again.
Step 3: Different Type of Push Up: Tricep Push Up
To see results the more you do the better. To see even better results a tip would be to stay in the keep arms in parallel position to rib cage area. Repeat that process again and again.
Step 4: Tricep Push Up (Cont.)
The more you do the better result you'll get. A tip would be to stay down when doing the tricep push up (see picture) to feel the burn more. Repeat that process again and again.