I’m going to show you some variations on the Perfect Push Up. If, in fact, you just don’t want to go to a gym, you don’t have access to a gym, you don’t like gyms…all of the above for me, this is the way to go.
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Hey, it’s time for workout stuff. You know I’m all about old school, Mr. Old School. I’m just old. We’re going to start with pushups today. You’re going to get a pair of these “Perfect Push-Ups.”
It’s about 40 degrees out on the ranch today. It’s a good day to work outside, get the blood going. We just got our workout done.
I’m going to show you some variations on the Perfect PushUp. If, in fact, you just don’t want to go to a gym, you don’t have access to a gym, you don’t like gyms… all of the above, for me this is the way to go. Good enough for the military, good enough for me. I have no idea what that means.
The nice thing about Perfect PushUp is, as opposed to a regular pushup, so let’s get a shot of this. This is a regular pushup. All right? Good. You can’t go below the deck. With the Perfect PushUp handles, you get to go below the deck. Boom, look at that stretch. It gets more of the chest, deeper range of motion, front of the deltoids, the triceps. Big range of motion but, most importantly, works the core harder. Take it for the core.
You do 25 of these a day, punch a bunch of these out, but that gets boring. Everyday, change it. We’re going to give you some variations to work off of.
First, there’s the narrow wide variation. Mr. Camera, this should work, yeah?
Maybe off this angle.
What the variation is is that you start narrow, do a nice push up. Then, either with your right side, you go out, come back, boom. Then, you do a pushup. Up, then you go out with your left side, boom, and back.
That’s pretty good. You can do a jackknife, which is also really core intensive but also uses singular body parts to balance the whole body weight. You can start just with your hands like that. Maybe you do this. Maybe you do a pushup and then put an arm up. Pushup like that. You can add the legs. You can switch back and forth. Maybe you do a jackknife like this and then your next set you just do a traditional jackknife, boom.
Mix it up. There’s so many variations on a pushup and they’re so good. The last variation is…Let’s say you have 10 minutes a day to get your workout on, five minutes. It can even be five minutes. You can do a modified variation of a cobra which, again, because you’re up higher, gets a bigger stretch in the core. Down dog, cobra, down dog, cobra, pushup until your head blows up! Ish!
Hey, come back for the next blog because then we’re going to do other stuff with the rings and all kinds of fun stuff. Goodbye.