The 100 Pushups Challenge: Are You Man (Or Woman) Enough?

Doing 100 consecutive pushups seems to be a benchmark of sorts; I’ve even heard trainers say that if you can do 100 pushups in a row, everything else will kind of ‘take care of itself’ fitness-wise. While I’m not convinced this is entirely true, I do agree that taking the 100 pushup challenge is well worth your time – even if it’s just to say ‘ya did it. Here are the details:

The basis of the program is five sets of pushups three times a week for a six week period. The number of pushups you do in each workout is based on a max pushup test done at the beginning of the program. The goal of the program is, obviously, to get you to 100 consecutive pushups in six weeks.

One thing is for sure: there’s been a lot of buzz about the challenge in the online community over the last year or so. At minimum, you’ll end up fitter, stronger, and in better shape at the end – and you’ll be in the small percentage of folks who can claim 100 consecutive pushups! You can order the official book from Amazon.com here:
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