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
- Wall Push Ups – Push Up Progression 1
- Decline Push Ups – Push Up Progression 2
- Modified Push Ups – Push Up Progression 3
- Traditional Push Ups – Push Up Progression 4
- Incline Push Ups – Push Up Progression 5
- Hindu Push Ups – Push Up Progression 6
- Tripod – Push Up Progression 7.1
- Wall Supported Handstand – Push Up Progression 7.2
- Pike Push Ups – Push Up Progression 7.3
- Handstand Push Ups – Push Up Progression 7.4
- Close Hand Placement
- Wide Hand Placement
- Knuckled Support
- Fingertip Support
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