Like a push-up in the first half, but then you press ‘overhead’ into the top of a pike push-up at the end.
Same as above, but you take 2-3 ankle steps forward to lift your hips up slightly. As in a push-up, you are still starting each rep with your shoulders over your hands.
Same as above, but you take 2-3 more ankle steps forward to lift your hips up further. As in a push-up, you are still starting each rep with your shoulders over your hands.
Instead of starting in a high hipped version of a push-up, you will start and end in the pike push-up position (full arms overhead position), but you will still aim to reach the bottom of the movement with vertical forearms
Elevated Pike Push-ups
Same as above, but elevated to help get more of your weight onto your arms, and your hips more vertically over your hands
Further Progression Path A
Wall HeSPU Partials
Further Progression Path B
Wall HeSPU Negatives
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