I want to be able to do 50 consecutive military push-ups. Right now, I can do at least 20 before I lose motivation and stop and if I take a short break I can crank out 10 more.
I’ll try to approach this goal by doing push-ups on my strength training days, and force myself to do at least 20 and then do as many more as I can.
I’ll keep working on this one 9 months ago
So I was standing on the scale the other day and it turns out I gained 4 pounds. But It’s not weight… because my waistline is the same. (plus it’s almost physically impossible for me to gain weight… x__x I’ve tried.) Could it be….muscle? gasp
It might be because I’ve been doing a ton of core strengthening exersizes from my Physical therapy. (planks, situps, pushups ect.)
But the problem is that the 4 new pounds have made it incresingly harder to do anymore pushups than I already can do.
I’m just gonna have to keep at it. 2 years ago
I can now do 30 knee pushups and about 15 regular pushups. I think the planks that I’m doing are helping. 2 years ago
I can do about 20 pushups from my toes. Used to be able to do 10, so I can see an improvement! 2 years ago
I did 45 today! 2 years ago
well the day i set the task i did it.. 2 years ago
I did 20 consecutive pushups earlier today. I’ll keep trying until I can do 50 consecutive pushups. Hopefully it won’t take too long. 2 years ago
I can now crank out 2 sets of 25 (on my toes, not knees) and am working on my third. 2 years ago
im having my physical test on nov 27,,, the minimum push up count is 33 , i did 30 before but when i stopped doin it, it dropped to 20,. 2 years ago
it only took me like 25 minutes but oh the burn! but i have a feeling my arms are going to hurt even worse tomorrow :( darn my girly arms!!! 2 years ago