Let’s face it: push ups can get boring—and fast! Adding a little variety to your workouts will do you and your body good. That’s where this variation of the standard push up comes in.
The Inchworm push up will help you continue to get stronger in your upper body while adding some elements of conditioning and mobility to the push up.
This moves targets: your abs, arms, shoulders, chest, and back.
To begin, stand with feet hip-width apart. Fold/bend forward, bringing your palms to floor (you should bend knees if necessary). Walk your hands forward to push up position with your wrists under your shoulders. Perform 1 push-up (you can modify by bringing knees to floor if needed). Lastly, walk your hands back to feet to standing position.
We recommend doing 3 sets for one minute each.