Perform 100 plyometric push-ups without stopping while maintaining perfect form.
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Kudos on completion of 50 plyometric pushups. That was not easy. You can see now how they are very different than regular pushups, even though the positions are very similar. That’s the plyometric aspect at work there. There are many plyometric exercises that combine muscle workout ... more
Kudos on completion of 50 plyometric pushups. That was not easy. You can see now how they are very different than regular pushups, even though the positions are very similar. That’s the plyometric aspect at work there.
There are many plyometric exercises that combine muscle workout with speed and stamina, and these are no exception. Many have found their workouts improve doing plyometrics such as these sorts of pushups and working with a medicine ball, which is another example.
Now you are ready for the final plyometric pushup challenge, where you will be completing a total of one hundred plyometric pushups. This is the most challenging of the series, and you will be doubling the number of pushups you did in the last challenge.
Remember that breathing is important. Sometimes we get so caught up in out exercise, we forget to breathe. But it is crucial that we oxygenate our blood, so that we can give your bodies everything they need to do these difficult and challenging exercises.
Try to make your breaths as even as possible. As you are standing in the first position, take a breath. When you lower yourself down, and your arms are guiding your body down, you can exhale as you move.
You can take another breath here, if you like. When you push back up, it may help if you exhale while you do it. Then, as you are jumping your legs back towards you, you can inhale. As you rise your body up to do the clap, exhale.
If you can get into a rhythm with your breathing, it will help you to complete this challenge. Use your breath to help you get into the groove of the exercise. If you are breathing properly it will make it much easier. If you don’t breathe properly, you could hinder your performance and make it more difficult.
Get ready and work your way through the 100 plyometric pushups. You can do a little stretching beforehand if it will help loosen and warm up your muscles. It is always good to stretch before intense exercise.
When you make it through, you will feel tired, but very good, and you deserve to.