Exercise & Fitness Tips : What Muscles Do Push-Ups Work?

November 28, 2010 by  
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Push-ups work muscles in the arms, chest and shoulders, including the triceps muscle. Learn about improving overall upper body strength with push-ups with help from a strength and conditioning specialist in this free video on exercise and fitness tips. Expert: Ashleigh Gass Contact: www.AshleighGass.com Bio: Ashleigh Gass is a certified sports performance nutrition adviser who’s been working in health and fitness for more than a decade. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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7 Responses to “Exercise & Fitness Tips : What Muscles Do Push-Ups Work?”
  1. 8bobthebuilder says:

    Very nice demonstration

  2. keogh001 says:

    Thank you for your tips, this video get’s to the point with out the bull. Pretty fit and smart all in one, angels helping humans put their life back together.

  3. TheSportslover1 says:

    SW33T!! 

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  5. memsteve says:

    we use at work different variety of push ups, ie: ankles on ex. ball, hands on ex ball, to primarily work the trunk core muscles for patients who are weak in that area. We also have patients perform core stability ex when they have had any type of leg surgery. We have found that with leg injuries you need a stable core to improve balance and proprioception during your rehab of the knee or other leg injuries.

  6. ajgYT09 says:

    nice 🙂

  7. trekclev says:


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