PUSH UP 1/4 (Methodology developed by Krešimir Pažin)

 

What’s a bad push-up?

 

 

This is a bad push-up because the athlete:

Lowers the head in the first stage of the movement to get closer to the ground and has no power to lower the chest.

Bends the lumbar part of the spine.

Moves the body to the left and right because first he raises the left and the right side of the body.

 

What’s a good push-up?

The features of a proper push-up are:

 

A controlled movement of lowering the breasts to the ground, which lasts for 3-5 seconds, and when the chest reaches the ground, by pushing the body the body is raised to its initial position so that during the whole movement the head and the entire spine are in a neutral position.

 

 

If we imagine a line covering the length of the body from the feet to the vertex of the head, the position of any part of the leg, hull or head should not move in relation to that line.

 

Read more: Push Up 2/4

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