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. But I'm here to tell you that it's possible! The key is to do a few pushups every day and stick with the plan for as long as possible. Here are some tips for making your goal a reality:
Pushups are a great way to build strength and muscle. They can be done anywhere, anytime, by anyone — and with just your body weight! This makes them an ideal exercise for people who don’t have access to equipment or for those who want to focus on bodyweight training.
To begin an effective pushup program, you need to start with a few sets of warmup pushups and work your way up from there. A common goal is 100 total pushups per day (50 in the morning and 50 at night), but this number may vary depending on your fitness level.
Good form is key to doing 100 pushups a day. When you've got the hang of it, you'll be able to do more than 100 in one session, even if you have bad joints or weak muscles.
Keep your back straight. Don't let it sag or arch; keep it straight throughout the entire exercise.
Make sure your hands are shoulder-width apart and lower yourself until your chest touches them as though you were going to hug someone's head from behind. This will engage the chest muscles more effectively than cross-hand or narrow grips will.* Keep your hips down; don't let them rise up during the exercise.* Don't lock out at the top or bottom of each rep; keep fluid motion without stopping at either end.* Don't swing from side to side like some sort of dying animal.* Don't use momentum (i.e., bouncing) to get up and down—the point here is for this workout routine will build strength over time so that it isn’t too difficult!
You can't do 100 pushups in a day without a deadline. Giving yourself a deadline is the key to making any goal attainable. If you have no idea how many pushups you've done or how much time has passed since you started, it's hard to tell if your progress is getting better or worse.
Why does this matter? Well, imagine that I told my wife that today was her birthday—but then I didn't actually give her anything on her birthday! She'd be pretty upset with me. But why would she care so much about what day it was? Because I told her it was important! It gives meaning and value to an otherwise meaningless piece of paper (or calendar).
This is the key to success. If you want to be able to do 100 pushups in a day, then you need to do them every day. The best way to make sure that happens is to make it part of your routine. You should pick a time when you know you'll have enough time for your workout, and set aside about 20 minutes for it every day—ideally, at the same time each morning or night. You should also find a place where no one will disturb you during this time—maybe in your bedroom or living room if it's quiet enough—and write down which exercises and sets are going on each day before starting so that if anything comes up later in the day (or week),
you won't forget what was scheduled previously.
Reward yourself with a treat.
You’ve set the goal of doing 100 pushups a day, and you’re well on your way to achieving it! Reward yourself with something small to celebrate, like ice cream or a new workout shirt. You deserve it!
Give yourself a pat on the back.
It can be easy to get frustrated when we don’t reach our goals right away, but don't let that stop you from setting more goals and striving towards them. Take pride in your accomplishments along the way—even if they're small ones—and celebrate them! It will keep your motivation high so that next time around, the process is even easier than it was this time around!
Don't be afraid to start small. If you can do 10 pushups a day, that's okay. If you can't do any, even better! Some days aren't going to go as well as others and that's okay too. The point is not to be discouraged by your failures but rather celebrate them as learning experiences because they will help you grow stronger each time around.
Don't be afraid of failure or making mistakes either; if you're doing 100 pushups a day, at some point something is going wrong - it might be that you forgot about the count once or twice and ended up doing only 98 instead of 100 before calling it quits for the day (that's okay). There's no shame in admitting these things happen; what matters most is how quickly we recover from our mistakes and get back on track with our goal of doing 100 pushups every single day..
So there you have it: how to do 100 pushups a day. This is not just for bodybuilders; even if you don’t want to get ripped, doing 100 pushups a day will help you reach your health goals. It’s a great way to get in shape and keep your muscles toned!