Goal: Up Your Push-Up Count
Whether you can do 20 push-ups or can barely muster one, adding reps helps you build total body strength — working your core, glutes and back. “First, find out how many push-ups you can do without stopping,” Blahnik says. “Do as many as you can on your toes, and when you get tired, drop to your knees and do as many as you can in that position.” Try to complete one more full body push-up every day, and have someone take a video of you so you can see your form improve. For more help, use an app, such as 100 Pushup Challenge, to watch videos and get tips from trainers.