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Pushups are one of the ultimate bodyweight exercises. They're so effective in building upper body muscle and strength, that bodybuilders and fitness athletes have been known to do hundreds of reps everyday.
Pushups are a great way to build upper body strength and tone. They're also a great exercise to do in your own home with little or no equipment.
Have you always wanted to work out with friends but never had the courage? Do you need a little extra motivation to get off the couch and start moving?
Working out can be a tedious and difficult task. It's hard to stay motivated when you're tired, hungry, thirsty—or maybe just plain lazy!
Push-ups are one of the most effective calisthenics exercises for building muscle in your chest and biceps. But if you want to gain more muscle in these areas, you’ll have to add some intensity.
You may have heard that the best way to work your abs is by doing sit ups.
Pushups are one of the best exercises you can do to build muscle and strength. They work your arms, shoulders and chest muscles, as well as your abs, back and legs.
If you've ever tried to do 100 pushups a day, you know how difficult and draining it is. If you haven't tried it before, let me just tell you: It's not easy.
We started Cadoo to help people. Today, we sat down with one of our users to see how we are accomplishing that mission.
Colm at Cadoo quit the gym and committed to doing push-ups every day. Here are three benefits of doing consistent body-weight exercises.
Finding a challenge exactly matching your fitness goals can be tricky. You have specific goals, and sometimes you need a more personalized and specific routine tailored to your lifestyle in order to be successful.
Cadoo uses real money to keep you motivated to finish your challenges. You will need to deposit funds into your Cadoo account before you can participate in challenges and start working towards your fitness goals!
Up until this point, Cadoo has been known as a primarily cardio-focused app. Walking, running, and biking have been our only supported activities.