Stretch Walk Pushup

Written By: Todd Kuslikis
October 11, 2011

Stretch Walk Pushup is similar to Stretch Pushup yet it is not as difficult because you are transitioning in and out of the difficult point of the exercise.

How to do a Stretch Walk Pushup:

Get in a normal pushup position. Walk your arms out in front of you about 2 or 3 feet. Then walk your arms back to starting position. Repeat.

Muscle group worked:

Chest, Arms and Upper Back

Target Repetitions for Muscle Growth:

6-8

Target Repetitions for Muscle Tone/Endurance:

8-12

Why a Stretch Walk Pushup works:

Stretch Walk Pushup works really well because it places a great amount of stress on your upper back and arms, which will lead to greater muscle growth.

Tips:

Go slowly with this movement. There is no need to rush especially as your arms are extended out in front of you.

Important!:

Breath in and out slowly throughout this exercise.

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