Instructions

There is no question that push-up is one of the most beneficial bodyweight exercises to train the entire upper body.

It is mainly done to train the chest muscles, but it also straighten and tone the shoulders, triceps and even your abs since you have to keep your balance.

Plus, there are several variations and equipment to increase or decrease the resistance.

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Should women do push-ups?

My answer is YES! If you are a beginner, you should start with variations that are easy to perform such as the so-called women's push-ups when you use your knees.

Once you get familiar with the motion, and you can do at least 15-20 reps, you can try different push-up exercises as well.

However, it is important to perform the movements correctly to avoid injuries and the stimulate the muscles efficiently.

From this video, you can learn how to do a push-up correctly.

About the training

The push-up workout for women above is fantastic routine in which various press up variations are included. All these moves stimulate each of the upper body muscles and train your core perfectly as well.

In my opinion, this routine is pretty hard for a beginner, so I recommend it for those who are on higher fitness level.

However, just try it and if you find it too hard just decrease the number of sets and reps and have longer rests between. Or you can do the mentioned easy push-ups for women if you find a move too difficult.

Overall, it is great push-ups workout routine for girls you can do once or twice a week to strengthen your entire upper body.

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