Single Leg Decline Push Ups are a more advanced version of the traditional push up that elevates the feet, making the tension on the chest greater, and creating more instability by balancing on one leg.
Watch the SINGLE LEG DECLINE PUSH UPS: exercise demonstration video above.
To perform SINGLE LEG DECLINE PUSH UPS:
1. Get down on the floor on your hands and knees with a bench placed behind you.
2. Place both feet up on the bench, then raise one foot, keeping the other planted into the bench.
3. Position your hands on the floor, slightly wider than shoulder width.
4. Keep your core contracted to stay balanced. If your hips sag during the move, stop immediately to prevent injury to your lower back.
5. Once your body is in a straight line from head to heels, under control, lower your body until your chest comes close to touching the floor.
6. Press your hands through the floor to push your body back to the starting position.
7. Complete the reps on one foot, then switch feet, and repeat.
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