This is the final stage of the rotational push-up challenge.
The key to stage three is figuring out how to balance your weight on one arm. This can be done by placing your elbow inside of your hip on the soft, upper inside of the bone. When lifting your second leg off the ground, be sure to keep your forehand at a ninety degree angle to the floor. If you don’t, you risk straining your wrist. Some of you (myself included) may find that your wrists aren’t quite flexible to do this move comfortably. If that’s the case, please proceed slowly and cautiously. There’s no need to injure yourself while getting in shape and learning new movements.
My challenge for you this week is to do four stage 1 rotational push-ups, four stage 2 rotational push-ups, and four stage 3 rotational push-ups everyday. This will keep you within the philosophy of threes, which advises practicing movements at a beginner, intermediate, and advanced level.