Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by aidenhera, Jul 14, 2019.
You've literally been posting nonsense for days (if not weeks), and I'm the immature poster?
my friend i literally said "mature poster" not "immature" . its your brain tricking you into thinking that people consider you immature
50. But always balance your shit out by working opposing muscle groups.
Depends how hot my personal trainer is.
Sometimes she shows up ultra hot and I do 100 pushups like breakfast haha.
I do 4 sets to failure every 3 days.
First one I get around 100 to 115
Second usually around 75
Then last 2 I usually get between 60 and 70 before failure.
Around 2 proper... will start tomorrow, to train more and get fitter - mark my words.
Well the more muscle you have and heavier you are, the harder the pushups will be - you're lifting more weight.
If you're 9 stone wet through, they'll likely to be easier.
So it's very little to do with the number you can do. I'm 39 and can do 100+ easy. When I was 16 I could do about the same number, but I was about 4 stone lighter.
I do 100 push up, 100 crunches, 100 KM of running every day.
over 200 in a set in my prime
no idea how much i can do now, half a push up sounds quite difficult already
Not very many.
But: Bruce Lee could do about 1500 push-ups in a row by two hands and can do 400 push-ups in a row by one hand; he could also do about 200 push-ups by two-finger of one hand and can do up to 100 by the thumb of one hand.
And he also kicked Jackie Chan's backside.
The last time I engaged myself doing push-ups was about 13 years ago.
I’m going to the gym 5 days a week, one and half hour per workout, and I do strength training incorporated with bodybuilding routine.
Bench, squats, deadlifts, rows, shoulder presses and pull-ups are my main movements, the rest of the exercises are secondaries, but no room for push-ups, doesn’t worth my time.
My exercise routine consists of doing diddly squats.
For those looking to perform more pushups, I highly recommend the app Just 6 Weeks (Pro... it's $3).
Claims are that in six weeks you will be able to perform (in one set):
10 Minute Plank
150 Bench Dips
I gave this app a try a couple years back and was able to reach the goals for Push-ups, Sit-ups, Bench dips and squats. Need to work more on my triceps, though, because my plank, dip, and pull-up game was and still is garbage.
But to answer your question... 100. Nowadays... maybe 20.
Doing 1500 push-ups, sit-ups, pull-ups, and bodyweight squats, etc, will only contribute to your Endurance and stamina and basically become a cardio workout.
Only progressive overload will make you stronger and bigger.
But you can get that information for free online. There's really no need to pay for anything like that.
My workout of 100 push-ups a day I do 2 sets of 50.
i tryed it and the top of the door come of , i went stright on me arse lol .....
0 nune for me , never agin.
That's pull ups. A lot harder, but again depends on how heavy you are.
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