Push Up Exercise Bars for Push Up Exercises
Push Up Bars are new and great for Shaping! Push Up Bars develops total body strength & power. The push up exercise may just be the perfect total body exercise that builds both upper body and core strength. Done properly, a push up is a compound exercise that uses muscles in the chest, shoulders, triceps, back, abs and even the legs. You can use a few simple strategies to build your strength and endurance in order to do more push ups.
Push Up Exercise Bars are great for doing push up exercises, tricep dips and advanced tricep dips. Push Up Bars are also very helpful for those who have ulnar nerve and carpal tunnel problems.
Push Up Exercise Bars includes complete step-by-step program by Jon Hinds, CNT, CSCS, CPT
The Push Up Exercise Bars can be used anywhere, home, office, gym or when travelling. Get your pair today!
How to Do the Push-up Technique Properly.
- Assume the Push-up starting position with your elbows locked. Lower yourself by bending your elbows until your chest almost touches the floor. Come back up by pushing through the floor.
- Hand Position. Don’t take your hands out to wide. Put your hands slightly wider than shoulder-width. Hands turned out 45°.
- Tuck Your Elbows. Easier on your shoulders. Keep your elbows at a 45° angle to your body during Push-ups.
Push Your Abs Out. Straight line from shoulders to ankles. Push your abs out as if someone was going to punch you in the stomach.
- Squeeze Your Glutes. Push your abs out while squeezing your glutes hard. Both will avoid any hyper-extension of your lower back.
- Tuck Your Chin. Lead with your chest, not with your head. Your neck must stay inline with the rest of your spine. Don’t look forward.
- Make this all easier with a pair of Push Up Exercise Bars!