Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Jyokker, Nov 16, 2005.
On the hour every hour at work = WINNAR
Except at school that's not doable.
sure it is, make a competition out of it.
I'm currently on day 3 of the Stew Smith Extreme Navy SEAL Pushup Program... http://www.military.com/Opinions/0,,Smith_082405,00.html?ESRC=recruiting.nl
Even though we don't have to officially do pushups during the Marine Corps PFT, I know that i'll still be doing hundreds of them a day at boot camp so I want to be ready.
After you do the every hour on the hour routine for a few weeks try adding in 20 - 40 pushups during every commercial break while you watch TV.
throw in some crunches/situps for the beer bellies too guys
.....or you could just go to the gym and have a proper lifting, cardio, and nutritional program for yourself. I hated boot camp because I actually lost so much muscle mass and strength that I had gained previously.
amen to that, same thing happened to me. if u ever go to ranger school its 10x worse, average weight loss is 35lbs
basic sucked for losing mass and stregnth I lost 30 lbs
Benching and other forms of weight lifting does little for pushups. Only way to improve pushups is to do pushups.
I can do more pushups when I dont do them and just lift
Explain how benching will increase the endurance of the muscles required to do 70+ proper pushups.
I am just saying a push is what 40-60% of bw? Having strong enough,back,tris,shoulders and chest to bench 400+ make doing pushups which would be for me 80-120lbs feel like nothing, the only plus to pushups for me is the ability to shuttle away lactic acid.
That is the most retarded answer I think i've ever heard someone say about working out.
Unfortunatly everything I have read about increasing pushups, says to do pushups. You can add weight training, but everything I have read, says pushups are the best way to increase pushups.