Most lifters with 300-pound bench press say they've completed push-ups. They believe that a simple push-up is so difficult to raise now that it can not bring benefits to their strength or development.
But half of these heavy-lift types are rigorously tested with push-ups and you'll see them tremble around Rep 15 like a leaf. That is absolutely pathetic. Being strong does not mean that you are in shape. And if you think that push ups are a chest exercise, you have much to learn, young grasshopper.
In fact, push-ups hit almost everything on the front chain (especially the core) while giving your shoulder blades a chance to move well during a pressing pattern of change, as they are not attached to a bench.
If you have pushups, you should include some of these advanced modifications in your program:
Single Arm Deficit
I do not care How much you can lift – if you're not good enough body weight like pushups, then you have something to do and maybe some weight loss.
The best bodyweight exercises
The terrible two push-up challenge