Hi, I'm Natalie Jill. Let's talk about lower pectoral pushups. Specifically when looking at pectoral muscles by placing your hands in different positions whether you do them higher, out to the side, or have your elbows in closer you're working different angles of your arms and your pectorals. So when doing a pushup the way to progress if you're a beginner is to start with your hands on a wall or a table with your feet on the ground until you get strong enough to move to the ground. From the ground position if you are still working up on the strength you can come down to your knees. From there you'll advance to your feet and your hands doing pushups here and then for the super advance you can lift your legs up, your feet up, and put them up on some platform our table or chair behind you which makes them even more challenging and then for the super-super advance you could take that to a handstand and do pushups from there.