The Fingertip Push-Up Training Plan

The Fingerboard Push Up (Fingertip Push Ups) are a very popular exercise which can be done anywhere. They are easy to learn and can be performed with just your fingers or thumbs. You can perform them anytime and anywhere. Four Finger Push Up – This variant involves holding onto four fingers at once and pushing yourself upwards using all four fingers simultaneously 5. Five Finger Push Up – This variant involves holding onto five fingers at once and pushing yourself upwards using all five fingers simultaneously 6. Six Finger Push Up – This variant involves holding onto six fingers at once and pushing yourself upwards using all six fingers simultaneously 7. Seven Finger Push Up – This variant involves holding onto seven fingers at once and pushing yourself upwards using all seven fingers simultaneously 8. Eight Finger Push Up – This variant involves holding onto eight fingers at once and pushing yourself upwards using all eight fingers simultaneously 9. Thumb Up Push Up – This is the same as the eight finger push up, but you hold onto your thumbs instead of your index finger.

Fingertip Push Up Training Plan

So now that you know the different types of fingerboard push ups, it is important to know how to perform them and how to train using them. There are three basic steps to performing a fingerboard push up:

Getting yourself into position and supporting yourself so that your whole body is off the ground. Pushing yourself upwards with your fingers so that your whole body is in the air. Releasing your fingers to land safely back on the floor while avoiding injury.

Fingertip push-ups can be used as a supplement exercise for regular push-ups. They can also be used as a replacement if regular push-ups are too easy for you. For people who want to use them as a supplement, you can do fingertip push-ups after doing regular push-ups or another upper body exercise.

2-3 sets of 10 reps is a good start. Make sure to put at least one or two days between your regular push-ups and your fingerboard push-ups to allow your muscles to recover. You can also start off doing 1 set of 10 fingerboard push-ups when you first start off doing fingerboard push-ups. You can then increase the number of sets and repetitions as you get stronger. For people who want to use them as a replacement, you will want to do 3-5 sets of fingertip push-ups everyday in order to train your muscles properly. You should also make sure to do other exercises as well in order to avoid injury and get additional benefits.

Sources & references used in this article:

Push-up detection device by MJ Mullinix – US Patent App. 29/031,554, 1995 – Google Patents

Push-up exercise device by SR Hunter – US Patent 9,750,975, 2017 – Google Patents

Analysis of Short-term Physical Training Plan Influence on of Physical Quality of Female College Student by C Peng, W Ye – Informatics and Management Science V, 2013 – Springer