Weird. I’ve always been taught that incline push-ups are when the hands are higher than the floor (on a block, some books, a counter, etc.) and a decline push-up is when the feet are higher. That’s how I use the words.
And I workout barefoot at home. But I have strong feet and ankles and, after years of dance, I know how to properly land jumps and exercises so I don’t put strain on my knees and other joints. To me, it feels really weird working out in shoes (except things like treadmills, ellipticals, weight machines, etc.) and sometimes I’m tempted to slide my shoes off while stretching at the gym.Leave a comment blog comments powered by Disqus