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technique and the one arm push-up


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Or, you could do your one-armed push-ups with your upper body raised, to shift some of the weight back onto your feet and off your upper body. Rest your hand on your bathroom or kitchen sink, the rim of your bathtub, a stair, a secure table or counter, whatever feels best, and do a push-up from there. It will be much easier than doing a one-armed push-up on the floor, so you can probably do the negative too, but it's still much harder than a two-arm, floor push-up.

This is how I've been doing them myself, and I've definitely gotten stronger and put on some mass. It sounds preferable to me than the alternative you've suggested.
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