Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (2022)

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (1)

The push-up is one of the best exercises on the planet.

It’s a foundational movement instrength training, and an exercise EVERYBODY should be doing regularly.

However, it’s also an exercise that about 95% of people get wrong and do incorrectly.

Fortunately, after reading today’s ultimate guide, you’ll know exactly how to do a proper push-up with correct form:

  • How to set up for a proper push-up (initial staging).
  • How to do a push-up (correct push-up form with video).
  • How do you train to do push-ups? (Where to start if you can’t do a push-up.)
  • What are some different types of push-ups? (advanced push-up variations)
  • How to get better at push-ups.

Before we jump in, if you’re looking for a way to train anywhere (like with push-ups), you may be interested in the new app we built!

Nerd Fitness Journey will guide you through a workout routine that can be done anywhere, all while creating your very own superhero!

You can give it a free test drive right here:

How to Set up for a Proper Push-up (Staging)

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (4)

When it comes to push-ups, your form is crucial.Each push-up needs to be done with proper form so that your total reps measured from workout to workout are on equal footing.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (5)

If you did 20 push-ups two days ago, and then today you did 25 push-ups by only going down halfway, sticking your ass up in the air, etc., it’s absolutely impossible to tell if you got any stronger.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (6)

Here’s how to get into proper push-up position:

1) On the ground, set your hands at a distance that is slightly wider than shoulder-width apart.

Draw a straight line from your chest/nipple down to the floor – it should be directly over your thumbnail.

Depending on your strength and experience, your hands should be angled in a way that feels comfortable to you. For me, my hands are set up so that my middle finger points straight up and away from me.

2) To alleviate wrist pain (if you have poor wrist flexibility) do your push-ups holding onto push-up handles (so your wrists aren’t as compromised), or a bar:

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (7)

If you’re hardcore, you can do them on your knuckles (as long as you’re on a semi-soft surface like grass or carpetor broken glass. Wait, scratch that last one).

3) Your feet should be set up in a way that feels right and comfortable and in balance. For some, that might be shoulder-width apart.

For others, it might be with your feet touching. Generally speaking, the wider apart your feet, the more stable you’ll be for your push-ups.

4) Think of your body as one giant straight line– from the top of your head down through your heels. Your butt shouldn’t be sticking way up in the air or sagging.You’re essentially holding a plank throughout the entire movement.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (8)

5) If you have a problem getting the proper form with your body, try this:clench your butt, and then tighten your abs as if you’re bracing to get punched.

Your core will be engaged, and your body should be in that straight line. If you’ve been doing push-ups incorrectly, this might be a big change for you.

Record a video of yourself to make sure you’re doing it correctly.

6) Your head should be looking slightly ahead of you, not straight down.

I read somewhere that said “if you’re doing them right, your chin should be the first part of your head to touch the floor, not your nose.”

Looking up helps you keep your body in line, but feel free to look down if that helps you concentrate more.

7) At the top of your push-up, your arms should be straight and supporting your weight.You’re now ready to do a push-up.

(Video) How To Do PERFECT PUSH UP (STOP LOSING GAINS)

8) I want to draw special attention to that first step with hand position: nearly EVERYBODY does push-ups with their arms out far too wide and their shoulders flared. This is bad news bears.

If I was looking down at you from above, your arms and body should form an ARROW, not a T.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (9)

WARNING: If you have been doing push-ups with your arms flared, doing them with proper form will be significantly more difficult!

How to Do a Proper Push-Up (Correct Push-Up Form with Video).

In the 5-minute “Perfect Push-Up” video above, featuring yours truly and two of our coaches, we take you through EACH of the steps of a push-up, including some variations!

Here’s how to complete one perfect repetition of a proper push up:

  • With your arms straight, butt clenched, and abs braced, steadily lower yourself until your elbows are at a 90-degree angle or less. Depending on your level of experience, age, and flexibility, 90 degrees might be the lowest you’re able to go. Personally, I like to go down until my chest (not my face), hits the floor. That way, I know I’m going the same distance each and every time.
  • Try not to let your elbows go flying way out with each repetition.Keep them relatively close to your body, and keep note of when they start to fly out when you get tired.
  • Once your chest (or nose/chin) touches the floor (or your arms go down to a 90-degree angle), pause slightly and then explode back up until you’re back in the same position.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (10)

Do as many as you can until you start to feel your form slip (even slightly); you are done for that set.

Here’s why you should focus on form over quantity:

  • 10 good push-ups and 5 crappy ones are tough to quantify against eleven good push-ups.
  • If you can only do 10 of something, write down your results and aim for 11 next time.
  • Perfect form allows you to keep track of your improvements week over week.

Want to know where push-ups should fall into your workout routine? I have three options!

1) Try Nerd Fitness Journey!

Nerd Fitness Journey will guide you through a bodyweight workout routine that can be done anywhere (yep, even there). You can try it for free right here:

2) Do them as part of our Beginner Bodyweight Workout Routine! This workout has been done by hundreds of thousands of people as their first strength training workout.

Grab Your Beginner Bodyweight Routine Worksheet. No Gym Required!

  • Complete this workout at home, no equipment required
  • Avoid the common mistakes everybody makes when doing bodyweight exercises
  • Learn how to finally get your first pull-up

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (13)

3) Make your own workout with push-ups by following our Build Your Own Workout” guide!It’ll walk you through everything you need to build an exercise program for your goals in 10 steps.

How Do You Train to Do Push-Ups? (Where to Start If You Can’t Do a Push-Up.)

Don’t worry if you can’t do a push-up yet. As we lay out in the video above, we have a plan that will help you get there.

You need to start with an easier push movement, and work up to progressively more difficult types of moves that will eventually result in you doing true push-ups.

This is the exact strategy used in our guide, “Get Your First Push-up!

We’ll progress from Level 1 Push-ups to Level 4 Push-ups:

  • Wall Push-Ups: Level 1
  • Elevated Push-Ups: Level 2
  • Knee Push-ups: Level 3
  • Regular Push-ups: Level 4

LEVEL 1: HOW TO DO WALL PUSH-UPS

Stand in front of a wall. Clench your butt, brace your abs, and set your hands on the wall at slightly wider than shoulder-width apart.

Walk backwards with your feet until your arms are fully extended and supporting your weight (generally one decent sized step back with both feet will suffice). Keeping the rest of your body in a straight line, steadily lower yourself towards the wall until your nose almost touches the wall, and then explode back up to the starting position.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (14)

HOW TO TRAIN WALL PUSH-UPS:

Do 4 sets of wall push-ups with a 2-minute rest between sets, every other day.Keep track of how many repetitions you can do WITH PROPER FORM for each set in a notebook for easy comparison to previous workouts. Once you can do 4 sets of 20 repetitions of wall push-ups, you can progress to knee push-ups.

LEVEL TWO:HOW TO DO ELEVATED PUSH-UPS

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (15)

(Video) The Perfect Push Up | Do it right!

As we demonstrate in this video above from Nerd Fitness Prime, elevated push-ups are just what they sound like– your hands are on an elevated surface, whether it’s something as tall as a kitchen table or as low as a few blocks that are inches off the ground. This will depend on your level of strength and experience.

If you’ve just progressed from wall push-ups, pick something that is at a level that’s right for you– I generally find the back of a park bench or the side of a picnic table to be a perfect height for doing incline push-ups. Like so:

HOW TO TRAIN ELEVATED PUSH-UPS:

Do 4 sets of elevated push-ups with a 2-minute rest between sets, every other day.Again, keep track of all of your stats for how many proper form repetitions you can do in each set. Once you can do 4 sets of 20 repetitions, it’s time to either move to regular push-ups, knee push-ups, or a lower height for your hands to be supported.

Once you can do 4 sets of 20 repetitions, it’s time to either move to regular push-ups, knee push-ups, or a lower height for your hands to be supported.

To work on progression, try to doing your elevated push-ups on the stairs in your house.As you get stronger, you can move your hands to lower and lower steps until your hands are on the ground.

LEVEL THREE: HOW TO DO KNEE PUSH-UPS

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (16)

Onceyou’re comfortable doing wall or elevated push-ups, proceed to knee push-ups. Your shoulder and hand placement will look just like a regular push-up (an “arrow”, not a “T”), but you’ll stabilize yourself on your knees instead of your feet. As demonstrated here:

HOW TO TRAIN KNEE PUSH-UPS

Once you can do 4 sets of 20 repetitions on your knees, you can start thinking about doing regular push-ups.

To recap, if you can’t do a regular push-up, move from:

  • Wall Push-Ups: Level 1
  • Elevated Push-Ups: Level 2
  • Knee Push-Ups: Level 3
  • Regular Push-ups: Level 4

How do I know the above progression will work? Well, it’s the exact plan we use to help people crush push-ups in Nerd Fitness Journey!

You can see how we scale our bodyweight workouts right here:

What Are Other Types of Push-Ups? (Push-Up Variations)

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (19)

Basic push-ups can get boring…

Fortunately, there are dozens upon dozens of variations to make things more difficult for you.

Once you’re cranking out perfect form push-ups like it’s your job,[1] try some of these advanced variations on for size.

Click on each for a video demonstration (these are some of the push-up variations pulled from NF Prime):

#1) One-legged Push-ups: introducing some variety and balance by removing one of your legs for less stabilization:

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (20)

#2) Side-to-Side Push-Ups Get into the classic push-up position and move your hands farther apart. Now, lower yourself down towards one arm only – you should feel like you’re supporting a lot of your weight.

To complete the rep, slide horizontally over to the other arm, and push-up. The farther apart your hands, the higher percentage of your bodyweight will be supported by that side of your chest/shoulder and arm (thus getting harder)!

#3) Decline Push-Ups–these work your shoulders and triceps more so than normal push-ups.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (21)

(Video) How to do a proper Push Up || ശരിയായി പുഷ് അപ്പ് ചെയ്യാം || 5 Easy Tips Malayalam Video

#4) Diamond Push-Upskeep your arms tight at your side, rotate your hands outward, and keep your elbows tight as you lower your body. Works your triceps like crazy.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (22)

#5) Dive-Bomber Push-Upsfunky, difficult, but oh so fun. I’d explain it, but just watch the video

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (23)

#6) Plyometric Push-Upsthese are brutal and will wear you out just after a few repetitions. Just don’t hurt yourself and smash your face during a failed attempt (not that I’ve ever done that. Shut up my face always looks like this)!

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (24)

#7) Handstand Push-Ups – This goes without saying, but you should be able to do a proper handstand before attempting these!

Kick up against a wall, and without flailing your elbows way out to the side (which can wreak havoc on your shoulders and elbow joints), slowly lower yourself down until your head touches the ground softly.

Then raise yourself back up.

Rotate some of these advanced push-ups into your workout routine and you’ll be well on your way to a great strength training practice.

If you want more strength building tips, we also have a comprehensive guide, Strength Training 101: Everything You Need to Know, when you sign up for the Rebellion (that’s our community) below:

Download our comprehensive guide

  • Everything you need to know about getting strong.
  • Workout routines for bodyweight AND weight training.
  • How to find the right gym and train properly in one.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (25)

How to Get Better at Push-Ups

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (26)

So you’ve learned how to do a push-up, you can do a few of them, but you want to get better!

Here are some tips to help you along the way:

(Video) Upper Body Ladder Workout with Dumbbells for Women Over 40

  1. Get healthy!As you lose weight (which is 80% nutrition!), you will have to move less weight around than before, which will make your push-ups easier to manage.Have you had trouble losing weight in the past? Check out our article “Why Can’t I Lose Weight?” to find out why.
  2. Don’t cheat on the last fewpush-ups– when you’re tired, it’s easy to skip out on good form for your last few reps. As soon as you do one bad form push-up, you’re done. Finish up your four sets, write down your numbers, and try to beat those numbers next time.
  3. When starting out don’t do push-ups two days in a row.You need to give your muscles time to rebuild and recover – take off at least 48 hours in between your push-up adventure. However, when push-ups became a warm-up exercise for you – you can do them every day if you want. If you’re advanced, you can considera PLP program.
  4. Get enough protein into your system after finishing up your workout– protein helps rebuild the muscles you just broke down doing push-ups, and it helps them rebuild those same muscles stronger than before.You can read our ultimate guide on proteinfor some tips on how to up your protein intake.
  5. If you can do 4 sets of 20-25 perfect form push-ups no sweat, then it’s time to start looking into push-up variations to keep things interesting.
  6. Build up your core withplanks–this will help keep your core strong so that it’s not the weakest link in your proper form push-ups.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (27)

These 6 tips will be a great addition to your strength training plan. Keep at it and before you know it you’ll be doing one-arm push-ups like Batman.

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (28)

What’s that? You don’t have a strength-building plan!!! Well then…

What’s Your Strength Building Plan?

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (29)

It makes me sad when we get emails from people who struggle and try and work hard to get healthier, and to be better at push-ups, and just can’t seem to make any progress.

If that’s you, you’re not alone!

1) Consider working with an online coach (or in-person trainer).

Helping people learn push-ups and other bodyweight exercises is why we built our 1-on-1 Online Coaching Program: We build programs for busy people to cut through the noise and just get results

2) Exercising at home and need a plan to follow? Check out Nerd Fitness Journey!

Our fun habit-building app helps you exercise more frequently, eat healthier, and level up your life (literally).

Try your free trial right here:

3) Join our community! We have hundreds of thousands of people, and I send out two free emails every week to help them level up their lives. Join our free community today, and I’ll send you a dozen free ebooks, including TONS of workout plans you can do anytime, anywhere.

Join the community by signing up in the box below:

Grab Your Beginner Bodyweight Routine Worksheet. No Gym Required!

  • Complete this workout at home, no equipment required
  • Avoid the common mistakes everybody makes when doing bodyweight exercises
  • Learn how to finally get your first pull-up

Ultimate Push-up Guide: Do A Push Up With Proper Form | Nerd Fitness (33)

YOUR MISSION, SHOULD YOU CHOOSE TO ACCEPT IT:go home, set up a camera, and check your form on your push-ups.

I hope you’ll find that your form is as good as you expected, but it’s okay if it’s not, it’ll give you something to work on.

Go do some push-ups, and work on getting better with them every day.

You’ll be moving from Level 1 to Level 4 push-ups and beyond!

-Steve

PS: Not to brag, but I typed this entire article while doing 1-handed push-ups.

PPS: Okay no I didn’t. But it would have been cool if I did, right?

PPPS: No? Fine. Sigh.

###

Photo source:[2]

(Video) How To Do Push Ups In Telugu | Step By Step Push Up Guide For Beginners | Avoid These Mistakes

FAQs

What is the proper form for push ups? ›

Hips should be in line with the shoulders, and the lower back should have a neutral curve—not completely flat, but not overly curved either. To assist with keeping proper lower back alignment, slim your waistline by trying to pull your belly button in and tightening your abdominal muscles.

What is a good score for the push-up test? ›

Table: push-up test norms for WOMEN (modified - performed from the knees)
Age17-1940-49
Excellent> 35> 31
Good27-3525-31
Above Average21-2718-24
Average11-208-17
3 more rows

What are 3 cues for performing a proper push-up? ›

Coming from the shoulder joint. You want your elbow to be kicking in towards you and then coming

Why push ups are the ultimate exercise? ›

They work your entire upper-body (including your abs), and can be modified in an infinite number of ways to suit any fitness level. Push-ups emphasize the chest, shoulders and triceps but every muscle in the body has to do its part for a proper push-up to take place.

How do you do push-ups correctly at home for beginners? ›

Push-Ups For Beginners | FITNESS SPECIAL | WORKOUT VIDEO

How do you improve your push-ups? ›

Warm up with a slow jog, cycling on a stationary bike, or jumping rope. Perform your basic workout with three sets of push-ups with a 30-second rest between sets. Each week, add two to three repetitions to your sets. Retest yourself every four weeks and set a new repetition baseline.

How many pushups is good per minute? ›

1-Minute Push-Up Test for Men and Women
Men'sWomen's
20-29 years old33 push-ups18 push-ups
30-39 years old27 push-ups14 push-ups
40-49 years old21 push-ups11 push-ups
50-55 years old15 push-ups0 push-ups

How many pushups can the average 14 year old do? ›

For a 14-year-old to be in the 50th percentile, a boy had to perform 24 push-ups and a girl, 10. A score of just 3 for a girl or 11 for a boy was considered poor and put them in the 10th percentile. Percentiles aren't considered at all at the Cooper Institute's FitnessGram.

How many pushups should a 16 year old do? ›

If you're 16 then look at doing 100 for a good fitness level.

How effective are pushups? ›

Traditional pushups are beneficial for building upper body strength. They work the triceps, pectoral muscles, and shoulders. When done with proper form, they can also strengthen the lower back and core by engaging (pulling in) the abdominal muscles. Pushups are a fast and effective exercise for building strength.

Why is proper body alignment important in push-ups? ›

With proper form, push-ups can increase your upper-body strength and mobility. 1. Maintain a neutral spine for the duration of the push-up. Proper spinal alignment and core engagement will prevent your head and hips from sagging toward the floor.

Why is it important to track your pace and pause during your push-up sets? ›

Pausing mid-rep forces you to pay attention to your body and the muscles you're utilizing to move the weight. This essentially allows you to study your own form more closely than it would with full-speed reps.

Is push-up health related fitness? ›

Push-ups are an effective workout that can target multiple muscle groups, providing many health benefits with few serious risks. "Push-ups will improve your health by building muscle, raising your metabolism to burn fat, and providing a cardiovascular benefit," says Robert S.

How do you build arm strength for push-ups? ›

Lying flat on your mat with your knees raised and feet flat to the floor, grab a dumbbell in each hand. Bring the dumbbells down to just above your chest and then push up strong until your arms are both fully extended and your dumbbells touch gently. Bring them back down at a slower tempo.

How can I improve push-ups in a week? ›

How to Increase Your Push-Ups (In Just 30-Days!) - YouTube

How many pushups should a beginner do? ›

For beginners, start with 2 sets of 5-6 push-ups a day, resting for one minute between sets. Gradually increase the number of reps and sets as you grow stronger.

How do beginners improve push-ups? ›

PUSH UPS FOR BEGINNERS | 5 Easy Tips to Perfect YOUR PUSH-UP!

Is it good to do push-ups everyday? ›

Doing daily pushups can help build muscle tone and strength in the upper body. Other potential benefits include improved cardiovascular health and better support around the shoulder joints. However, practicing pushups every day does come with some risks. These include lower back pain, wrist pain, and elbow injury.

How do beginners learn push-ups? ›

Stand facing the counter-top. Place hands wider than shoulder-width on its surface. Move the feet back till the arms are perpendicular to the body. Lower chest by bending the arms and push the body up until arms are extended; repeat.

Should your chest touch the ground on a push-up? ›

Mistake #4: Your head/nose touches the ground first. Your chest should be the first thing to touch the ground, not your nose – unless you're Pinocchio and you've been telling lies. Solution: Stop lying. ALSO, keep your head tucked back slightly to prevent the chicken head.

How many pushups a day is good? ›

Many people do more than 300 push-ups a day. But for an average person, even 50 to 100 push-ups should be enough to maintain a good upper body, provided it is done properly. If you want to gain benefit from this form of exercise then do it in the right way.

Should you keep your elbows in when doing push-ups? ›

Be sure to engage your core to help you maintain proper form. To perform the close-grip push-up, move your hands in about two inches and tuck your elbows close to your ribs as you lower down to the ground. Your spine should still be in a neutral position, and your core should be engaged.

How many pushups should I be able to do? ›

Average Number of Push-Ups: Adult Men Push-Up Chart
15-19 years old17 or fewer push-ups
20-29 years old16 or fewer push-ups
30-39 years old11 or fewer push-ups
40-49 years old9 or fewer push-ups
50-59 years old6 or fewer push-ups
1 more row

Which type of pushup is best for arms? ›

1. Close-stance pushup. Moving your hands closer together allows you to target your biceps more directly.

When should you stop doing pushups? ›

Again, quit body-weight exercises - push-ups, pull-ups, dips - after age 40. Don't perform an exercise to failure. In doing so, your body is likely to become misaligned and unstable, which can lead to injury.

How do you do push-ups without hurting shoulders? ›

Push-ups can have a wide or narrow grip as long as your hands are placed in a nearly vertical line from your shoulder blades. It's also important not to flare your elbows outward. Instead, try bringing your elbows close and tight to your sides, so they're making a 45-degree angle.

Are pushups everyday good? ›

Doing daily pushups can help build muscle tone and strength in the upper body. Other potential benefits include improved cardiovascular health and better support around the shoulder joints. However, practicing pushups every day does come with some risks. These include lower back pain, wrist pain, and elbow injury.

How do you make your arms stronger? ›

10 Simple Arm-Strengthening Exercises
  1. Lateral Raise (Side Raise) Standing tall with your knees slightly bent, hold a dumbbell in each hand and hang your arms down by your sides. ...
  2. Overhead Extension. ...
  3. Push-Ups. ...
  4. Tricep Push-Ups. ...
  5. Bicep Curl. ...
  6. Dumbbell Row. ...
  7. Two-Arm Kettlebell Swing. ...
  8. Plank To Push-Up.
12 Aug 2021

What do push-ups do to your brain? ›

While pushups flex the muscles of the body, they also flex the neurons in the brain, and this helps you to adapt and adjust to any type of challenge life presents. Pushups are just one example of a physical challenge that primes the brain for success in leadership and other areas of life.

What happens when you do pushups wrong? ›

But performing pushups incorrectly can make your lower back ache, hurt your shoulders, and keep you from getting the most muscle-building benefits out of the exercise.

What are two other exercises that can improve your push-ups? ›

Try out the three exercises listed below.
  • Chest Press. You can increase your chest strength with a basic chest press. ...
  • Plank. A pushup requires solid strength from head to toe, including your abs, back, and obliques — a.k.a. your core. ...
  • Triceps Dip.

How do you do push-ups without hurting your elbows? ›

Proper Technique to Avoid Wrist, Elbow, and Shoulder Pain - YouTube

How long does it take to learn pushups? ›

The length of time you can expect to perform a pushup depends on how often you are training and how much strength you currently possess in your upper body and core. A general rule of thumb is six to eight weeks for someone who has never been able to perform a pushup.

How many pushups should a beginner do? ›

For beginners, start with 2 sets of 5-6 push-ups a day, resting for one minute between sets. Gradually increase the number of reps and sets as you grow stronger.

Videos

1. Do a Proper Push Up (mistakes to avoid!)| Nerd Fitness
(Nerd Fitness)
2. 50 Push Ups in a Row | Workout for Beginners
(FitnessFAQs)
3. How To Planche Push-Up (BEST PROGRESSIONS)
(FitnessFAQs)
4. The Perfect Push-Up To Build Muscle (AVOID THESE MISTAKES!)
(Jeremy Ethier)
5. The Official Push-Up Checklist (AVOID MISTAKES!)
(ATHLEAN-X™)
6. How To Unlock Your Push Up Strength (In 5 Minutes)
(Jeremy Ethier)

Top Articles

Latest Posts

Article information

Author: Laurine Ryan

Last Updated: 12/03/2022

Views: 6352

Rating: 4.7 / 5 (57 voted)

Reviews: 88% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Laurine Ryan

Birthday: 1994-12-23

Address: Suite 751 871 Lissette Throughway, West Kittie, NH 41603

Phone: +2366831109631

Job: Sales Producer

Hobby: Creative writing, Motor sports, Do it yourself, Skateboarding, Coffee roasting, Calligraphy, Stand-up comedy

Introduction: My name is Laurine Ryan, I am a adorable, fair, graceful, spotless, gorgeous, homely, cooperative person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.