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Plate Push

How To Do A Plate Push

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This is a plate push. A plate push is a great alternative if you don’t have something like a prowler or sled to push. Now it also depends on what kind of plates you have and what kind of surface you have. The rubber plates on the turf works really well, if you don’t have them you can always wrap plates in a towel or put a towel underneath them, push them along a basketball court…. Some plates slide well on grass, so you probably have to play around with it a little bit.

But a plate push is really easy. You kind of get in a push-up position on the plate and you just push it forward. It’s definitely deceiving, depending on the material of the plate and the material of the surface it can be a lot harder than it seems. So start light and work up from there, just get into a nice push-up position, and push it forward just like that. That’s a plate push

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Molly Galbraith, CSCS is co-founder and owner of Girls Gone Strong as well as a member of the Advisory Board and the author of The Modern Woman's Guide to Strength Training. Molly is committed to helping women look and feel their best, and works tirelessly to combat persistent misconceptions that often deter women from exploring their physical strength. Learn more about Molly on her website and connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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