There are a series of classic exercises for which nothing else is needed and a little space. Without a gym, without sophisticated equipment, without celebrity videos, the abs, squats and the planks (push-ups or push-ups) have been part of the routine of men and women who, although in a perhaps more minimalist way, have not given up on his ambitions to get fit and at the same time increase his physical attractiveness.
Using the weight of your own body and some other everyday object or furniture it is possible to improvise an exercise room in the same way in a hotel room as in a corner of the park or the beach. But the fact that they are simple does not mean that they do not require mastery of any technique. All exercises have their variations depending on the specific muscle you want to develop or the level of training of the person, and even sometimes a small difference in the way it is performed can make it a safe way to injure yourself, instead of to feel better.
Irons or push ups are no exception, and although they are associated in particular with a more appropriate force movement for men than for women, not all of its variants are like the ones soldiers do in the movies, and there are some conceived especially for beginners. Actually, irons are an excellent exercise for women, especially since in addition to improving your posture and toning your arms and shoulders, they strengthen the pectoral muscles and thus help lift the breasts. As with all routines, you can vary the number of runs and reps based on how you feel or feel necessary.