Drop Push-Up

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How to Drop Push-Up

Drop Push-Up

Drop Push-Up Benefits

  • Drop Push-up is a plyometrics exercise that helps build cardiovascular strength at body weight. Plyometrics exercises are explosive aerobic moves that increase speed, quickness, and power and they work your whole body.
  • Improves body strength: Drop Push-ups are a quick and effective exercise for building strength. Drop Push-ups, a highly functional exercise, enable all core muscles to work. It is a great exercise that contributes to the strengthening of the whole body as it effectively works the waist, arm, back, shoulder and chest muscles.
  • Increases endurance: Over-repetitive push-up exercises help increase muscular endurance. Thanks to durable muscles, your athletic performance will naturally increase while you will be more resistant to injury.
  • Improves your cardiovascular system: Drop Push-ups are classified as a compound exercise because they activate multiple muscle groups. When you train large muscle groups at the same time, your heart has to work harder to deliver oxygen-rich blood to the muscle tissue. This activity results in an effective cardiovascular exercise that supports heart health and reduces stored body fat.
  • Strengthens the arm muscles: The push-up movement, which enables the front and back arm muscles to work, helps strengthen these muscle groups.
  • Improves posture: When done in the right form, it strengthens the muscles responsible for supporting the posture. When doing push-ups on a regular basis, your body naturally inclines towards proper posture. This is one of the most effective passive benefits of push-ups.

Muscles worked in the Drop Push-Up

Target - Pectoralis Major, Sternal
Synergists - Pectoralis Major, Clavicular
Synergists - Anterior Deltoid
Synergists - Triceps Brachii
Dynamic Stabilizers - Biceps Brachii
Stabilizers - Rectus Abdominis
Stabilizers - Obliques
Stabilizers - Quadriceps
Antagonist Stabilizers - Erector Spinae
muscle worked in the push up