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Product Description “As a symbol of health and wellness, nothing surpasses the simple push-up. It tests the whole body, engaging muscle groups in the arms, chest, abdomen, hips and legs. ” –The New York Times If you’re ready to massively increase your strength, follow the 7-week program in this book and you’ll soon be able to complete 100 consecutive push-ups! You’ll also transform your fitness, look great and feel even better as you sculpt every muscle from your. . . More >>

7 Weeks to 100 Push-Ups: Strengthen and Sculpt Your Arms, Abs, Chest, Back and Glutes by Training to do 100 Consecutive Push-Ups

  1. Robin in Jax says:

    Wouldn’t 7 weeks to 100 push-ups mean starting at the number of push-ups you can do, and adding sets on until you were up to 100?
    Rating: 3 / 5

  2. David Troupe says:

    All this book does is give reasons why pushups are good to do. Teach you how to do them and tell you its important to warm up. All of this information can be found else where and wasn’t all that great anyways. the only useful part for me was the chart to tell you how to get to 100 consecutive pushups. Honestly though even that isn’t all that necessary. I guess I was just expecting a better training method then simply do this many pushups. I could have just done 5 or 6 sets a day till failure and I could have got to 100 consecutive just as fast or faster. I think this book is a gimmick and tries to take advantage of those without much knowledge of exercise science.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. I found the book easy to read and it has inspired me to do more pushups. It caters to all levels of fitness which is a big plus. I started off doing 21 and after two weeks I can nut out 41. Can’t wait to get to the 100!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. I’ve always done a variety of exercise programs and have found this one helps keep me on track. Not only am I consistently doing the hundred pushups program as spelled out on the website, but I’m more motivated to do my other fitness activities on the other days. It’s nice to have everything all laid out for me, with real numbers and goals to focus on. Having those numbers help push me past the point where I may think I’m “exhausted. ” Three weeks ago, I maxed out on a single set of 17 pushups. Today I maxed out at 34 pushups, and that’s after doing sets of 21, 25, 21, and 21 pushups. Obviously, the program works much better than if I had simply told myself to do as many as possible each day.

    I started this program from the website before purchasing the book. Be forewarned that the workouts in the book don’t seem to match up with the website (hence, my reason for 4 stars instead of 5). But, don’t let that deter you. Stick with the book’s workout or the website’s workout, one or the other. I like the website because you can log your progress and even post it on Facebook if you want. Even though I’m following the website’s pushups program, I’m still glad I got the book, which complements the website with motivational reading material and everything you ever wanted to know about pushups.

    The hundred pushups book is inexpensive and well worth it. However, if you really want to be cheap about it, just go to the website and do the workout for free. I’m glad I bought this inexpensive book to help support the work that the author has put into developing a fine, effective exercise program.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Haven’t gotten into the program yet, but I just got the Kindle version on my iPad and checked the charts. They are readable and can be enlarged. Get the Kindle version if you have an iPad; get the hard copy if you have a Kindle. 5 star rating is for quality of the electronic version only, not for content as I have not gotten that far.
    Rating: 5 / 5