Lateral Push Up Walks

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To do the Lateral Push Up Walks, start in a plank position with your hands in closer together and your feet about shoulder-width apart. Perform a push up, dropping your chest down toward the ground as your body moves as one unit. Do not let your elbows flare way up by your ears.

Press back up to the top of the push up and then step to one side with your hand and foot (your “front” hand and “back” foot will move together). This should bring your hands out wider, probably wider than shoulder-width, as your feet come together. Perform another push up then step your hands back in together and your feet back out wide (this time you will move the back hand and front foot).

Keep moving toward one side, performing a push up each time you step. Then go back the other way.

Beginners can remove the push ups or even only perform a push up every other crawl or even do the push up from their knees or do the movement from an incline!