Many push-up workouts have you simply bending and extending your arms for reps without any regard for the muscles in your chest – not this perfect chest push-up workout.
There are no rep ranges in this workout, you should simply do every exercise to failure.
Once you reach that point, transition between exercises by doing an ab exercise, which will vary depending on your fitness level.
This workout is from pro athlete and strength coach Jeff Cavaliere, M.S.P.T, CSCS.
Check out the perfect chest push-up workout
|Perfect Push-Up Workout||Beginner||Intermediate||Advanced|
|Upper Chest||Knee Pushaways||Prowler Pushaways||Decline Push-Ups|
|Middle Chest||Knee Push-Ups||Push-Ups||Archer Push-Ups|
|Lower Chest||Incline Push-Ups||Pseudo Planche Push-Ups||Modified Hindu Push-Ups|
|Adduction||Twisting Push-Ups from Knees||Twisting Push-Ups||Banded Crossover Push-Ups|
|Explosivity||Lateral Knee Plyo Push-Ups||Double Hand Release Push-Ups||Brock Shuffle Push-Ups|
Perform this entire workout two to three times. Rest between 3 to 5 minutes between sets, then start over again.
Fill the gaps of your rest periods with something else. In the case of this perfect chest push-up workout, transition between exercises by performing:
- Beginners: V-Sit Hold
- Intermediate: Scissor V-Sit Hold
- Advanced: Scissor V-Ups
Do your version of the ab exercise until you’re ready to go back and perform the next exercise in the list.
It is absolutely possible to construct the perfect chest workout in the form of push-ups only, you only have to know how. Try it out and let us know how you get on!
Watch a demo of all exercises in this perfect chest push-up workout
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