Are you ready to take your workouts to the next level? Then, give bodyweight exercises another look if you haven’t done so already. One of the best traditional bodyweight exercises is the push up. However, few people are aware that push ups go beyond just the basic movement of pressing away from the ground, especially if you want to do 100 push ups straight without rest.

How to Train Yourself to Do 100 Push Ups

If you are a beginner or an advanced exerciser, then I have all you need down below. Try to start with doing the most you can at one time. That is your measuring stick. Continue to do the push ups until you complete a total of 100 push ups. Be sure to rest 1-2 days between attempts. Go back and try it again after your body is rested. If you plan it out, you should be able to complete 100 push ups (in any variation) below. Enjoy!

Training Protocol for 100 Push Ups

I have the full rundown on my blog posts at:
  1. Wall Push Ups – Push Up Progression 1
  2. Decline Push Ups – Push Up Progression 2
  3. Modified Push Ups – Push Up Progression 3
  4. Traditional Push Ups – Push Up Progression 4
  5. Incline Push Ups – Push Up Progression 5
  6. Hindu Push Ups – Push Up Progression 6
  7. Tripod – Push Up Progression 7.1
  8. Wall Supported Handstand – Push Up Progression 7.2
  9. Pike Push Ups – Push Up Progression 7.3
  10. Handstand Push Ups – Push Up Progression 7.4
  11. Close Hand Placement
  12. Wide Hand Placement
  13. Knuckled Support
  14. Fingertip Support
  15. Plyometrics
Send me an email if you have any issues or questions (ptdale@gmail.com).

Till later,

 -Dale L. Roberts, One Jacked Monkey, LLC

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You should consult a qualified medical professional before starting this or any other health & fitness program. As with any exercise or diet program, at any time you if experience any discomfort, pain or duress of any sort, stop immediately and consult your physician. The creators, producers, participants, advertisers and distributors of this program disclaim any liabilities or losses in connection with the exercises or advice within this blog. Thoroughly inspect any equipment or workout area as free of danger, flaw or compromise, ahead of use. The user assumes all responsibility when performing any movements contained in this blog.

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Dale L. Roberts

My name is Dale Lewis Roberts and I'm an American Council on Exercise Personal Trainer, Certified, with an ACE specialty certification in Senior Fitness. Since beginning my personal training career in 2006, I have earned numerous certifications in personal training, yoga, nutritional coaching, among others. I have worked with hundreds of clients with a variety of health & fitness goals.

While my greatest passions are health & fitness, writing and reading, I also love to spend time traveling with my wife, watching pro wrestling and playing guitar. I currently reside in Columbus, Ohio, with my wife, Kelli, and our rescue cat, Izzie.
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