Do more pushups .

You should be doing more pushups on your off days or if you do not work out at all push ups are a good start . There are a few ways to do push ups. We have listed some of the best ones down below.

Wide-grip pushup:
Start from a normal pushup position but spread your hands wider than shoulder length. This will force your chest to pick up the brunt of the work from your triceps and shoulders.

Feet-elevated pushups:
Target area: intensifies work on upper body and core.

Do a normal pushup, but with your feet elevated on a stable platform like a box or bench. The higher the platform, the more you’ll work your shoulders, chest, core, and scapular stabilizers (the muscles that connect your neck, midback, and shoulders).

Band pushups:
Target area: chest and arms.

Run a resistance band through each of the palms of your hands and wrap it around your back to create extra resistance and force to work against. Maintain normal pushup form as you do each set but focus on being as explosive as possible as you move up against the band.
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