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Very Incline Neutral Push Up

The Very Incline Neutral Push-Up is a modified push-up ideal for beginners and rehab training. It primarily strengthens the upper body and core, making it less challenging by using a steeper incline for full body engagement.
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Very Incline Neutral Push Up instructions
Step-by-step instructions
1
Find an inclined platform such as a wall, a desk or a step. Stand facing towards it.
2
Position your hands slightly wider than shoulder width on the platform.
3
Step back until your body is straight from head to feet.
4
Lower your body to the platform keeping your body straight, bending only at the elbows.
5
Push your body back up to the starting position and repeat for the recommended number of reps. Avoid sagging your body and keep it straight throughout.
Find an inclined platform such as a wall, a desk or a step. Stand facing towards it.
Position your hands slightly wider than shoulder width on the platform.
Step back until your body is straight from head to feet.
Lower your body to the platform keeping your body straight, bending only at the elbows.
Push your body back up to the starting position and repeat for the recommended number of reps. Avoid sagging your body and keep it straight throughout.
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