Working out by body position lets you maximize time and efficiency in your workout by allowing you to move easily from one exercise to the next.
Body Position: Inverted Prone
Inverted prone exercises provide training and conditioning for the shoulders, arms and trunk. While lying in the prone position, the degree of incline will inversely affect the strength and stability components of the plank and push-up exercises. With inverted exercises, lower incline emphasizes proximal stability whereas a higher incline emphasizes upper body strength.
Refrain from using this position if you have been diagnosed as hypertensive or following cardiovascular exercise.