Circuit Training Workouts : Circuit Training Triceps Push Ups

Circuit Training Workouts : Circuit Training Triceps Push Ups



Hi. I'm going to show you how to do a tricep
push-up with a knee to the elbow modification version. So we're going to take it modification
first. Hands are close. They're only shoulder width apart. Don't go any wider. When you
come down into your tricep push-up, make sure that your chest goes to your thumbs, elbows
are tight. We're going to avoid the elbows flaring out. And drive it straight up. Think
about one fluid motion. Inhale and exhale. This is what we don't want to see. We don't
want to see the elbows flair out as you're coming up. So keep them tight. Try to get
your chest to your thumbs. If you need to modify this, you're just going to go half
way and push up. We want put the pressure in your palm and drive it up. Again, we want
to make sure that the back does not go higher than your body. So make sure you're at a slant.
Full version of this is going to bring it up to your toes. We're doing a tricep push-up.
As we push up we're dragging that knee forward knee to elbow and push it back. You're going
to inhale and exhale. This is one movement, or you can put it all together. Drop to elbow,
push it back up. So it's just a elbow towards shoulder and drive it up one motion. It's
a lot easier to do this, one at a time. So as you get comfortable, just start building
from there. So beginner level is down, elbow to knee. More advanced version, is drop down,
pull elbow to shoulder, and push it back. If you really want to work it, it's at the
same time. Drive it and push it. That is how we do our tricep push-up, elbow to knee.

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