Targets: Chest, arms, shoulders, core
Equipment Needed: Bench, Box, Plates
The decline and deficit pushup is a variation of the basic pushup. It’s done with your feet and hands on an elevated surface.
When you do pushups in this position, you work more of your upper pectoral muscles and front shoulders.
This helps increase overall pressing strength.
This progression can help improve your overall pressing strength for better and more Hand Stand Push-up reps. A movement commonly used in CrossFit workouts.