Build Muscles With The Pushup Challenge

Want to bang out 100 pushups? Here’s the workout from ‘Muscle & Fitnesss’ that will help get you there. The pushup is a classic move and the best thing you can do to hit your chest, shoulders, arms, and core in just one swoop.

Push Ups are very simple, effective, and you can do them anywhere. They are an essential part of many workout programs and can also be used for different goals.

Throwing down 100 reps in just one shot says a lot about your strength and endurance—and if you just want to hit that number, we know that exactly what you need. No matter how much low your current pushup number is, we have a great plan for you to hit that century mark you’ve long been looking to master. Also Read Skull Crusher for Titanic Tricep’s.

If you get your pushup form perfect then you can build muscle and blast your fat away by just banging out some major sets of the move. There are various types of variations you can do to help boost your muscles, but the classic pushup is one that you should master before you do that.

How To Start

The first step is to figure out that how many pushups you can do while holding proper form.

Doing this will greatly allow you to measure your progress, and it gives you a “current max” to just start with before you push forward. The number you hit will be your current max, then, every two weeks, then take two days off from the workout and then retest your max.

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You’ll see progress in no time.

The Pushup Workouts

Perform four times your max number of reps, by taking as long as you need to do it, even if it’s a while. It’s OK if your subsequent sets have fewer reps than your max.

Just set an alarm to go off five times throughout the day—every two to three hours is fine. Each time it sounds, drop down and then do two sets of pushups. For the first set, do your max number of reps and then rest for 45 seconds. After your break, perform the second set, by trying to get to your max again, but this time rest as little as much possible until you do it.

Follow this workout and you’ll be banging out 100 pushups in no time.

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