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Have You Tried The Top 15 Pushup Variations?

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The beauty of the pushup is that you can do it anywhere, anytime. It’s a great all-encompassing exercise that hits not only your arms and chest but also gets a burn going in your core. The only downside is that busting out the same old up-and-down routine day after day can start to feel tedious. So it might be time to switch it up with a few new challenging moves. You’ll feel more motivated, diversify the muscle groups you’re hitting, and build muscle and strength in places your average-Joe pushup wouldn’t even dream of touching. We tapped Anthony J. Yeung C.S.C.S. and strength coach at PUSH Private Fitness in Toluca Lake, CA, to see how many different variations he could come up with.

 

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Anthony J. Yeung C.S.C.S. and strength coach at PUSH Private Fitness came up with 15 variations to help diversify the moves in your arsenal. Ready to hit some muscles you forgot you had and your average pushup couldn’t dream of touching?

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