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That first exercise looks like what the Marines call a dive bomber push up. Not sure if it's the same exercise or not but if it is, that's the exercise my wife was doing when her labrum tore in her right shoulder. The other two I like very much. However exercise #2 I have them do with a DB and I have them touch there elbow to the lateral front knee. Good stuff joe!!
FYI- The "reverse pyramid" is a regular pushup, then keep your chest as low to the ground as possible as you push your body backward away from your hands, pivoting off the toes; then rocking forward back into the pushup position. It may be "tweaked", like any other exercise, by controlling how "deep you go into the zone" (the depth of the pushup/the degree of the pushback) for progression.
I believe those push-ups are also called Hindu push-ups, if I correctly understand your explanation. How about using a med ball and/or broomstick for #2?
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