the hundred push up challenge

simply stephen / August 24, 2010

As part of keeping on top of your life, exercise is one of the best ways to help avoid health problems, including depression and anxiety.

But many of us lack the motivation to keep up a routine and get in shape. A few months back my good friend Vlad Dolezal over at Alive with Passion introduced me to the hundred push up challenge.

I started it but a mobile life kept me from my routine. That’s just an excuse! It didn’t have to. You can do it anywhere, anytime. Now, with a routine in place, I’m been going strong for a few weeks now. Thanks Vlad.

the hundred push up challenge

Here’s a quick recap. The hundred pushup challenge is a 6 week routine that you spend 3 days a week for about 5-20 minutes each day. At the end of the challenge you should be able to do 100 pushups. If you can’t quite make it, you repeat a week and try again. It’s so simple it’s mind numbing.

They have great tools over at their website – a printable pushup logger with loads of support and advice. They also have the two hundred squats (which I’m also doing) and two hundred situp challenges. A pull up challenge is coming soon!

I will integrate the sit ups and pull ups at a later time when I have completed the first two.

To maintain a routine after completing the challenge will be quite easy. I will simply wake up 3 days a week and spend about 20-30 minutes doing 5 sets of each at a desired level.

Are you ready to get back in shape? These challenges are for everyone, all ages, shapes and sizes.

What are you waiting for? Go sign up for the hundred push up challenge now!

BTW…I am getting no earnings in promoting them. I just think it is an amazing way to get an exercise routine back into your life.

1 thought on “the hundred push up challenge

  1. This is a great way to get people into exercise. The push up holds some kind of masculine aire about it so it’s something people would want to prove to themselves…. 100 isn’t so hard in sets so pretty much everyone should be able to make 6-10 weeks.

    I do a routine called Insanity, no weights and I do the videos off my computer. I need a 6’x6′ space roughly but can modify if less is available…. After their challenges (100 pushups, 200 situps etc) I would highly suggest moving onto something like Insanity.

    Oh you need the subscribe to comments plugin on here…. i won’t be able to tell if anyone else comments here.

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