How To Do A Walking Staggered Push Up Exercise Video Demonstration And Guide
The walking staggered push up, also known as an offset push up, is a more challenging variation that targets your
chest, triceps, shoulders, core, and mobility.
To get started:
Get in the standard
push up position with hands just outside of shoulder width. Now move one hand about 6 inches forward, and the other hand 6 inches back, to stagger your arms. This puts extra contraction on your shoulders and core.
Slowly lower into the push up until you’re approximately 1 inch off the ground.
Push your hands through the ground to return to the top position.
Repeat one more rep with this hand placement.
Once you complete 2 reps, walk your body forward one step, while keeping your body in a straight line. This will challenge your mobility.
Repeat with the reverse hand placement for another 2 reps, then move forward, and switch hand placements.
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