- Get down on the hands and knees, positioning the hands a bit wider than the shoulders.
- Push the knees up so that you're resting on the hands and toes. Keep the abs engaged and make sure your body is in a straight line from the head to the heels.
- Bend the elbows and lower into a pushup until your elbows are at about 90 degrees.
- Press back to start and repeat for 1 to 3 sets of 10 to 16 reps.
- Don't lead with your chin. Keep your head down so that your neck is in alignment with the rest of your body throughout the movement.
- Avoid sagging in the middle. If do, take one or both knees down to the floor to give the back more support. Strengthening the core can help provide more stability.
- To modify, try this move on your knees.