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Single-Arm Wall Push Ups

How to do Single-Arm Wall Push Ups

1. Standing in front of a stable wall, place one hand flat on the wall directly in front of your shoulder (the further your legs are away from the wall, the more challenging this exercise becomes)

2. Keeping your back nice and straight, brace your core and lower your chest towards the wall by bending your elbow, keeping it close to your side as you do so

3. When your chest gets to about 1 inch from the wall, hold the position briefly before pushing yourself back up to the starting position, ensuring your back remains straight throughout the entire motion

What muscles do Single-Arm Wall Push Ups work?

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The primary muscles used in Single-Arm Wall Push Ups are the Chest. The secondary muscles used are the Triceps.