Muay Thai Push-ups are an alternative name for a behind the back clapping push-up. These require a tremendous amount of explosiveness, strength and shoulder mobility. Give them a try even if you can only do one!
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While an exercise like push-ups on the backs of your hands might seem totally insane, the wrist push-up can make your wrists incredibly strong if implemented gradually after a solid foundation of strength has been established. Get comfortable with other push-up variations like diamonds, knuckle push-ups and fingertip push-ups, then give this a try.
This upper body bodyweight workout utilizes a series of super sets to simultaneously test your strength while pushing your muscular endurance limits.
The isometric push-up, like the plank, challenges the core in ways the sit-up can only dream of. They are also incredible for building upper body strength and endurance. Try holding an isometric push-up for 5 minutes.
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Doing the same push-up over and over again is boring. Here are 5 push-ups you have never tried that are sure to challenge you, get you going and motivate you.