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Chest Exercise: Assisted Push-ups
Push-ups are probably one of the oldest, most well known forms of exercise. While they increase the heart rate, work the biceps and shoulders to a certain degree, push-ups are primarily chest movements and work all angles of your Pectoralis major or chest muscle.
To perform this move:
TIP: To advance this workout, instead of balancing on your knees, curl your toes inwards, with feet touching or slightly parted so that your body is supported by your hands and feet.
Model in the starting position of an assisted push-up
Author: Dimi Ingle.
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