Wall Push-up Exercise
This exercise is great for people who are not able to do a regular push up.
A variation would be a Modified Push-Up with your knees on the floor.
The wall push-up is considered an isometric exercise. Isometric exercises are those in which a force is applied to a resistant object.
Important note: If you suffer from heart disease or high blood pressure you should stay clear of isometric exercises.
How to perform The Wall Push-up Exercise:
- Stand 1-1/2 feet away from a wall.
- Lean forward pushing against the wall with your hands.
- Keep your heels flat on the ground.
- Hold it for ten seconds, and then relax. Repeat one to two times.
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