T-Stabilization Push-Up +
Perform the regular T-Stabilization Push
At point of extension and lockout,
"carefully" abduct or lift the top leg; stabilize; then return to floor.
Alternate back and forth on both sides on
Review Regular T-Stabilization Push Up
Tips: This one is NOT for beginners! With
only two points of contact, the hip and shoulder have major loading factors as
well as your whole core. Without stabile core, hips, and shoulders you won't have control
and thus could slip and fall.
This is a "whole body" challenge!
The push up loads chest and arms and the abduction increases challenge to
legs, core, and shoulder and hip stabilizers. Good stuff if you can
handle it, but be careful to NOT exceed your capacity to control your position
and movements. Very few people I have seen can handle this advanced
This exercise is intended for "normal healthy"
individuals. If you have an injury, or abnormal pain is present,
see your physician or a certified physical
therapist before continuing your exercises.
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