Push-ups are a classic exercise and by far the best for strengthening the chest, core, shoulders, and arms. Knee push-ups are the most popular among women, but there are many other variations that literally anyone can master. Here are some of the best push-up variations for women you must try.
This variation is for advanced learners who want to take their push-up game to the next level, because decline push-ups are extremely hard. This is because placing your feet high will challenge your core muscles even more than regular push-ups.
This variation is basically a mix of push-ups and spiderman exercise and, much like regular push-ups, it’s good for building upper body strength. Spiderman push-ups, however, are also great for improving stability because you’ll activate oblique muscles by lifting your legs.
Wall push-ups are a great variation for beginners who are still not ready to do regular push-ups, because they’re not as challenging. This exercise is good for targeting your biceps, triceps, and also back muscles.
This is a more advanced move compared to a regular push-up, because hands are in a narrow position. Diamond push-ups are particularly good for targeting triceps, but also chest and shoulder muscles.