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Fitness Circuit Push-Ups Military Wide Standard Diamond
Push-Ups Push-ups are a type of exercise that work out the triceps, biceps and pectorals. They are one of the most simple exercises.
Standard How To Do: Put your body in a straight, horizontal position, with your hands shoulder-width apart. Bend your elbows, keeping your body straight, until your chest touches the ground, then lift yourself back to the starting position. What It Does: This push-up h elps to build Biceps and Triceps along with the Pectorals. Video
Wide How To Do: Start in same position as standard, but with hands placed farther apart than shoulder-width. Keep your body straight and bend your elbows until your chest touches the ground, then lift yourself back to starting position. What It Does: Although this push up also helps with biceps and triceps, it is more focused on the Pectorals. Video
Military How To Do: Put your body in a straight, horizontal position, with hands shoulder-width apart, fingers pointing forward. As you lower yourself, make your elbows bend so they are pointed towards your toes. Your elbows should be tucked into your body. What It Does: This push-up extremely focuses on the Biceps and Triceps. Video
Diamond How To Do: Put your body in a straight, horizontal position, with your index and thumbs touching, directly underneath the base of your neck. What It Does: This push-up heavily focuses on the Triceps and Pectorals. Video
Vitamins and Minerals Type Of Vitamin What It DoesSources B1 (thiamine) Helps with muscles and heart.Rice, Pork, Cereal, Milk, Peanuts. B2 (riboflavin) Helps to break down carbohydrates, fats and proteins. Green Leafy Vegetables, Fish, Cheese. B6 (pyridoxine) Helps to absorb carbohydrates and protein. Bananas, Fish, Chicken, Whole Grain. B12 (cobalamin) Helps to make red blood cells and form nerves. Fish, Cheese, Pork, Milk, Beef. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) Helps with Immune defence system, protection from viruses and bacteria, healing wounds and reducing cholesterol. Citric fruits, berries, and some vegetables. Vitamin DHelps to build strong bones and teeth. Sunlight, Milk products, and some types of fish.