I recommend push-ups if you want to build strength and develop a tight and toned upper body and core. They work every muscle in your body, from your neck to your toes, also strengthening your chest, abs, shoulders and triceps. No wonder an article published in The New York Times referred to push-ups as the 'ultimate barometer of fitness'. They help to create balance and stability while building muscle density. When you do a push-up, you recruit your core muscles to help keep your back straight and assist you in pulling your belly button toward your spine. Strong core muscles allow you to do physical activities with ease, help with back problems and maintain good posture.
When you do push-ups don't rush and make sure your legs, hips, neck and head are in one straight line. Slowly, but gradually lift them off the floor and come back down in the exact same position. If you can't go all the way up and come back down then try to do it on your knees.
Weight distribution changes with difference in the angle of your body so don't let your hips loose. Keep them tight and aligned with your neck and feet.
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