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How to get strong enough to do ONE Push-Up

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Published on Dec 24, 2011

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If you can't do at least one push up and you have to get ready to take a test soon for the army, to win a bet or to qualify for a job then this is the push-up video you do not want to miss.

If you are having trouble doing push-ups then the worst things you can do to get strong enough to do 1 pushup is to do them on your knees were you virtually using less than half your body weight. It's best to get stronger doing push-ups doing it the way like I'm doing it in the video by gradually increasing your range of motion until you are able to do a full push-up on your own.

Doing it on your knees will not translate over to you being able to do one real pushup. Refer to the video on how to be able to do dips to see the same principle in action (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNS-S...)
Basically you starting from the beginning position of a push-up and you come down as far as your strength level allows you to and then you mark that spot with a box, platform or something stacked where you can keep track of where you failed or where your strength level gives out an then...

You would simply do 2-t0-6 sets of 8-to-12 reps in that area or that range and as you get stronger you increase the range by lowering the platform or whatever you used to mark your spot and keep repeating the same 2-to-6 set 8-1to-12 rep workout over and over until you able to come all the way down and do a full push-up.

Now on the second part of the video it demonstrates how you can do this exercise using a chair and you simply use your head to mark where you are at as fast a your push-up strength level.

How long it will take you to be able to do one push-up n your own depends on your current strength level combined with your current weight now. So that means the heavier you are equals it will take longer for you to get strong enough to be able to do 1 push up on your own so also you could lose weight to speed up the process in you being able to do 1 full pull up to greatly improve your strength-to-weight ratio.

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Other triceps (back of arm) exercises...
Overhead triceps extension: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC2fb...
Dips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNS-S...
Bench Dips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l318c...
Triceps extension: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hlz7...
More flabby arm exercises: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...

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