If that’s the problem, don’t worry about it!
Regardless of your age, gender, or size, we all started at one point where we couldn’t even do a single pushup. The only difference between you and a person who can do 100 pushups in one go is the hard work that the person already put in.
So, if that’s the case, start now and get to work.
Let’s keep it simple—if you can’t do the pushup, start with exercises that imitate it in order for you to learn the movement and gain the strength to do it. We present to you two different types of pushups you can do before being able to do the standard version with proper form.
Depending on if you have adequate strength but not enough to do the standard version, you can skip the first one and do the second one. Also, in general, you should progress to the next pushup below if you can do 3 sets of 20 reps in one training session.