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    Push-ups 30m, 60s breaks


    Gym is closed and no where to workout! I decided to do 30 minutes of push-ups, each set to failure w/ 60s breaks. Anyone ever tried this? Holy **** the pump is insane but it gets more painful every set!

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    no offense bro this seems dumb like ur gonna be sore for awhile the next couple days when ur scheduled to lift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brownstown89 View Post
    no offense bro this seems dumb like ur gonna be sore for awhile the next couple days when ur scheduled to lift.
    Actually, I'm not a bit sore. I thought I may of been a bit sore but my recovery has always been good. No soreness here. Let's not forget everyone has different recovery times.
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    hmm thats really good man, were u able to lift using weights the day after? no affects?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brownstown89 View Post
    hmm thats really good man, were u able to lift using weights the day after? no affects?
    The day after I worked out legs. I had no problems working out of course because it was the lower half of my body.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyIOSOS View Post
    Gym is closed and no where to workout! I decided to do 30 minutes of push-ups, each set to failure w/ 60s breaks. Anyone ever tried this? Holy **** the pump is insane but it gets more painful every set!
    I did something similar when I started back after breaking my wrist for my Chest sessions until I could lift a BB/DB without being in complete agony. I didn't do 30 minutes, though, but just did as many reps as I could per set, with a minute's rest between sets, until I could only do 1-3 reps on the last set. I kept progressing with the way I did my push-ups as well, moving from doing them on my fists (on the ground, feet on ground) to doing them like I had been pre-injury with my hands on swissballs (feet on bench), as when I first started I had to do them on my fists because doing them on my palms was not going to happen for my wrist.

    Unless you have a reason to be training like this (i.e. as I did, or because it is related to your body or performance achievement) though there is no need to.


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    30 years ago, hearing about the infamous Jack LaLanne doing a record of 1033 in 23 minutes, I attempted his feat, but it took me one hour and ten minutes. I did sets of 25, rested and then another 25. I can remember being sore for a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacTech View Post
    30 years ago, hearing about the infamous Jack LaLanne doing a record of 1033 in 23 minutes, I attempted his feat, but it took me one hour and ten minutes. I did sets of 25, rested and then another 25. I can remember being sore for a week.
    As always good to challenge our selves and confuse our bodies. A lot of us also forgot how well push ups can shape your chest.

    1033 push ups in 23 minutes is pretty damn good!
  

  
 

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