How To Do An ISOMETRIC INCLINE PUSH UP (BOTTOM HOLD):
ISOMETRIC INCLINE PUSH UP (BOTTOM HOLD): Targeted Muscles:
The Isometric Incline Push Up (Bottom Position) is a great activation exercise to warm up the chest muscles.
ISOMETRIC INCLINE PUSH UP (BOTTOM HOLD):
To perform ISOMETRIC INCLINE PUSH UP (BOTTOM HOLD):
1. Get into a traditional push up position by placing your hands on a bench, box, or step and extend your legs straight back, maintaining a strong core and flat back.
2. Lower your chest towards the bench by bending your elbows.
3. As your chest reaches just above the bench, complete the isometric hold portion at the bottom position of the push up for 10 seconds.
4. Press your hands through the bench to push your body back to the starting position.
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