The pushup is one of the most classic exercises one can try. It doesn’t require anything but a clean ground, and sometimes you don’t even need that.
The Single Leg Pushup
Get in a pushup position and raise one leg into the air to be a little higher than the height of your shoulders. Then do your pushups regularly.
A plyo pushup requires a lot more push! When you start your pushup and begin to bring your body back up to your original position, push up so you get a little air.
The Diamond Pushup
The diamond pushup is simple. Everything about the regular pushup is the same, except your hands are together in the shape of a diamond. Your two thumbs form the lower half of the diamond, while your other fingers form the upper half.
The Clapping Pushup
After you’re done with the plyo pushup, you’re ready for the clapping pushup. It is exactly like the plyo pushup, but while you are airborne, you have to clap. Be very careful with this one!
Clap Behind Pushup
Want something even more challenging? Try doing a clapping pushup, but clapping behind your back as you’re up.
The Mechanical Change Pushup
This pushup requires you to spread your arms farther apart after every pushup, then back to center.
The Knee Drive Pushup
When doing a pushup, raise your knee up t your chest as you stretch out and your arms are fully extended.
Jack pushups are like doing jumping jacks while doing a pushup! As you go down, spread your legs apart and balance yourself. Then as you go up, put your legs together.
The spiderman pushup makes you feel like a hero! As you go down with your pushup, bend one knee to a 90-degree angle, while keeping your knee and waist at the same line.