Using Hindu pushups in your workouts and doing them with proper form will greatly benefit your whole body.
Unlike regular pushups, Hindu pushups require more than the chest, shoulders and triceps.
Aren’t sure how to do these type of pushups? Then read on!
How to Do Hindu Pushups
- Separate your legs shoulder-width apart.
- Place your palms into the ground about 2-3 feet in front of you.
- Stick your butt toward the ceiling while keeping your legs and spine at a right angle.
- In one fluid motion, dive your torso down toward your hands.
- As your torso reaches your hands arch upward while lifting your chin.
- Pause at the highest position when your pelvis is close to the floor.
- Reverse the movement sequence and return to the start position.
- Breathe in as you descend, breathe in as you ascend.
How to Use Hindu Push Ups in Your Workout
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