Building Push-Up Endurance

by Noah Hittner |   Date Released : 17 Jul 2002
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Noah Hittner

About the author: Noah Hittner

In his time in the health and fitness industry, Noah Hittner worked with a wide range of clientele—from the high school athlete to the senior citizen. This experience, in great part, still inspires his work today. Now, years past his days as a fitness professional, Noah has turned his focus to writing and music. His books and songs explore the process of human consciousness and the quest for personal freedom. Noah now approaches his work, as well as his life, with self-honesty as his first intention and his top priority. It is with this intention in mind that he aims to connect with the lives of as many people as possible in an inspiring and empowering way.

Noah's books include The Modern-Day Buddha, Beyond Victim and Villain, and Something to Give Back.

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Goodwin, Mark | 25 Sep 2011, 00:52 AM

It really shouldn't need to be as complex as that . . . I've undertaken a similar task myself. Trying to reach 100 push-ups straight off the bat, no stopping. The best way to achieve it is to keep attempting it.

First time i got 50+.
Fourth time I got 60 +.
and so on and so on . . . . After a few weeks, I was up to the 70+ mark.
The more I do, the tougher it is to improve.

But you cant tell me that popping out 25 reps for 2-3 sets every day is gonna help me?

My training ethic is simple - Push as hard as you can, when you cant do anymore, refuel and recover properly and then do it again. Intensity counts.

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