The git push command will push a file from your local Git branch, which by default is named master, to the origin Git repository. Origin is the remote Git repository the files were cloned from. For example, let's say you've cloned the following files from origin.
In this example, master branch will be pushed to origin repository, which will push your commits for both foo.txt and bar.txt to the origin Git repository.
git push origin master
The -q or --quiet option can be used to suppress all output.
git push --quiet origin master