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Rotational Push-Ups

Rotational Push-Ups

*Always check with a doctor prior to beginning a new workout or health regimen

This exercise is great for building shoulder stabilization and strengthening your entire core. Don't let your hips drop when you go into side rotation/plank. Try to keep everything in a straight diagonal line throughout.  

  • Start in full push-up position, with hands directly under shoulders, back flat, legs extended behind you, toes tucked under.
  • Rotate body to right into a side plank, extending right arm toward ceiling, forming a T with body.
  • Rotate back to center, bend elbows behind you, lowering chest toward floor.
  • Push back up, and rotate body to left, extending left arm toward ceiling into a T. 
  • Rotate back to center, and do a push-up to complete one rep.