Shweta Tripathi Sharma’s coach praises his push-up progress: ‘Skill unlocked’

The feeling of achieving fitness goals is unmatched. And it only doubles when your coach recognizes and appreciates your efforts. That’s exactly what happened when fitness trainer Tridev Pandey hailed the progress made by actress Shweta Tripathi Sharma in her fitness trail.

“Skill unlocked: Started with bandaged knee-high push-ups shoes and now to the toes! It might not seem like a big deal, but it’s always about celebrating the small wins that bring us closer to our goals. Onward to the standing push-ups,” he said in a message of appreciation for the Yeh Kaali Kaali Aankhein actor.

In the video post, Shweta could be seen with five toes. shoes in a row.

The actor, in turn, thanked his coach and commented, “You make me strong. Thank you.”

Shweta Tripathi can now do toe pushups (Source: Tridev Pandey/Instagram)

However, while push-ups performed with proper form can help build strength, it should be noted that improper form can lead to shoulder and lower back injury or pain. So, as a beginner, it is advisable to start shoes kneeling or against a wall.

As a core exercise that helps build upper body strength, push-ups work your triceps, chest muscles, and shoulders. When done correctly, they also help engage your lower back and abs.

For those looking for a consistent exercise routine to follow, push-ups can prove effective. Adding variety by doing different types of push-ups can keep the body from stagnating.

How to include push-ups in your daily routine?

The trick is to test how many push-ups you can do in a minute with proper form, then slowly increase the number to build strength and challenge yourself.

It’s a good idea to start with vertical push-ups against a wall, then slowly progress to horizontal push-ups on the floor. Start at the wall, then do push-ups against lower surfaces like a chair, then go to the floor.

When performing a push-up, make sure

* To keep your back straight and engage your core.
*The buttocks are lowered, not raised, the body forming a straight line. Do not arch your back or allow the body to sag.

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