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    • says

      Potentially, unless you’re adding resistance to them (I.E. gaining bodyweight or adding external resistance).

      One way around this is to move to more difficult variation of the exercise. For instance, if you’re doing standard pushups from the floor, elevating your feet is one option, and increasing the range of motion is another (doing pushups between two small boxes).

      If you’re a relative newbie to resistance training you’ll be able to get away with a lot more in terms of training as pretty much anything you do will help maintain muscle mass.

  1. says

    Regarding bodyweight exercises, I would put the one-armed push-up out there, though it’s more technique than anything else. Anyway, I look forward to more video blogs. Really dig this stuff, buddy. Peace!

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