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How about different hand position (normal hand position vs. hands externally rotated vs. hands internally rotated combined with hand or feet elevated? How about the devises where you can rotate the hands as you go through the push-up exercise? Have heard
more» of many shoulder injuries with the rotating devises. Seems hands should be stationary no matter where the position of the hands are. Just asking!!«less