Position Your Hands Close Together Under Your Chest, Forming a Diamond Shape with Your Thumbs and Index Fingers. Keep Your Fingers Pointing Forward or Slightly Turned Inward.
Maintain a Straight Line from Your Head to Your Heels Throughout the Exercise. Engage Your Core to Prevent Your Hips from Sagging or Sticking Up in the Air.
As you Lower Your Chest Toward the Ground, Your Elbows Should Point Backward, Not Outward. Keep Your Elbows Close to Your Body to Engage Your Triceps and Chest Effectively.
Lower Your Chest Toward the Ground Until It Hovers Just Above the Floor or Mat. Avoid Letting Your Chest Touch the Ground as This Can Reduce Tension in Your Muscles and Make the Exercise Less Effective.
Start in a plank position with your hands shoulder-width apart. Lower your body by bending your elbows until your chest is close to the ground.
Hang from a pull-up bar with your palms facing away and hands shoulder-width apart. Pull your body up until your chin is above the bar. Lower yourself back down. Pull-ups work your back, biceps, and shoulders.
Stand with your feet together. Step forward with one leg and lower your body until both knees are bent at a 90-degree angle.
Alternatively, You Can Perform Push-Ups from Your Knees to Reduce the Intensity. Safety If You Experience Any Pain or Discomfort, Especially in Your Wrists or Shoulders, Stop the Exercise Immediately.
Consistency Is Key to Seeing Progress in Your Strength and Endurance. Include Diamond Push-Ups in Your Regular Workout Routine and Gradually Increase the Difficulty as You Improve.