#FWFKneePushup

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There's hundreds of ways you can do pushups. The best ones to do are the ones that you feel the most, not just going through the motions. Over the years I've evolved in the way I teach people pushups, especially those who have sensitive wrists from previous injuries. (Including myself from all of my skating falls & crashes) Performing pushups with your wrists in a slightly less flexed position can be more comfortable, and allow you to feel the muscles you are trying to work. Sabine doesn't have any wrist issues, and if she did we could even try to have her hands grabbing more on top of the bar keeping the wrists even straighter. I was just giving a variation to the regular Pushup that allows you to get a good stretch in the chest and arms. This could be a great warmup for someone who is great at pushups. This allows you to loosen up your upper body without putting a huge strain on it compared to a regular Pushup not on your knees. You can even use dumbbells or a half bosu flipped upside down as variations to perform pushups keeping less pressure on the wrists. The next thing to do if this doesn't help is to try some wrist wraps. That can keep enough compression on the wrist to diminish some discomfort. Get creative and try different pushups that you can feel with no wrist pain! #BarPushups #PipePushups #pushup #chest #triceps #GeorgiaFitness #kneepushup #FWFKneePushup #GFKneePushup #ArmWorkout #chestworkout #upperbody #IAMGEORGIAFIT #GAFIT #Physique #massage #mobility #warmup #stretch #fascia #MobilityWod #Exercise #Strength #Tight #Toned #basics #FeelWhatYouAreWorking #TrainWithNoPain #TheRightTechnique #ProperForm