If a Soldier, Sailor, Airman, Coastie, and Marine are in a push-up competition, who would win? Well, it’s whoever watched HPRC’s push-movement training videos!
Push movements require core and lower body stability—whether you’re doing an upper-body push (push-up) or lower-body push (weighted sled). Engaging your core and working those smaller muscles adds difficulty to your workout too. It can even help you perform more push-ups and max out your Physical Fitness (PFT) and Physical Readiness Tests (PRT).
You can find out about push movements—push-up, overhead press, and pushing objects—in HPRC’s video series on foundational movements. Watch the videos below to learn more.