PUSHING EXERCISES

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PUSHING Exercises

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Also know as PECTORALIS MAJOR the major part of the chest muscle is one of the large muscles of the human body and the most popular muscle for which people aim growth after biceps.
It is responsible for flexion of the arm while performing push-ups.
In my opinion Chest muscles should be worked out no more than 2-3 times a week.
As any large muscle you will have to give it time to recover.

Pushups will focus on the Pectoralis Major, but work the Anterior deltoid(that assists the pectoralis major in flexing the arm during the push-up and is also responsible for raising the arms straight out in front of the body at eye), Triceps brachii(is responsible for extension of the elbow during the push-up/NB:To target the triceps muscle more during the push-up, bring the arms in closer to the body and point the elbows back behind you )

The following pictures represent some of the basic exercises i use for my Chest workout routines.
However i will address few routines later on another page.

The following pictures represent some of the basic exercises i use for my arms workout routines.
However i will address few routines later on another page.


Neutral Grip Pushup
(Basic Exercise)
This exercise targets the Triceps Brachii and the Deltoid Anterior as well
It will meanwhile require to engage core muscles to keep the body sturdy and rigid.

Close Grip Pushup
(Basic Exercise)
This exercise targets the Triceps Brachii commonly known as Triceps.

Regular dip
(Basic Exercise)
This exercise targets the Triceps Brachii commonly known as Triceps.

Maltese Pushup
(Advanced Exercise)
This exercise targets the Triceps Brachii commonly known as Triceps.

Wide Grip Pushup
(Basic Exercise)
This exercise targets the Triceps Brachii commonly known as Triceps.

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