Wall Push-ups - Stability Ball

Other types of Wall Push-ups: Bodyweight
  • Place the ball on the wall in front of your shoulders. Put your hands shoulder width apart with fingers slightly rotated inward to prevent excessive flexion in your wrists.

  • Pull your shoulder blades down then bend your elbows lowering yourself towards the ball. Straighten your arms keeping the ball as still as possible.

  • If you have a stability ball, do this exercise instead of plain wall push-ups to challenge your chest and shoulders more.

  • Chest 

  • Arms  Back  Shoulders 

  • Pectoralis major, Anterior deltoid, Trapezius, Rhomboids, Triceps brachii

  • TIP: Keep your body in one straight line as you bend and straighten your arms, rather than initiating the movement from your hips or from your head.

Variations for Wall Push-ups

  • Push-ups

    Great for your chest, triceps, abs, and anterior deltoids.

  • Intermediate Push-ups

    This ball push-up is of moderate difficulty, not the hardest and not the easiest.

  • Advanced Push-ups

    This is one of the most challenging ways to do push-ups on the ball. You will feel this in your upper and middle chest, shoulders, and triceps.


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