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    #16
    You could also just do incline push-ups on the edge of a chair or sofa, or just about any firm surface. Even outside against a fence or railing.

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      #17
      Originally posted by lofivelcro View Post
      I can imagine two possibilities: The soft surface could make the exercise harder, because you have to compensate for slight unevenness. You could put a wooden board or something under your hands to stabilise a little. Or, if you have a sturdy frame, grip that instead.
      I'd just try it out and see how it works.
      Sturdy frame aka take mattress off box spring and use the box spring however do not do this if you have a queen size bed in a trailer since the mattress is a pain in the butt to manuver nor do you want to do this with kids that find any cushion type thing to be a trampoline or gymnastic mat. aka kids under 10. I use my counter top in the kitchen for incline right now until i can do 10 at that height with ease then I'm gonna have to find something else issue is i dont have something between counter height and coffee table height since I dont like the skinnyness of couch arms since it tends to make my hands curl around them

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        #18
        Is this bed enough for incline push ups
        DustyQOTF Is this sturdy enough 🤔

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          #19
          That should work. I'm not quite at that level of a incline yet can barely get one at kitchen counter level.

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