Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Goal To 100 Push-ups

Welcome to the First Annual Goal to 100 Push-ups! Our goal is to be able to do 100 consecutive push-ups around eight weeks from now using a simple workout guideline to aid our progress.


The bet is $100. If the participant successfully does 100 push-ups in one attempt, they do NOT pay $100. But if they fail either by giving up or having the knees touch the ground (up for discussion), then they lose the $100 which is then evenly divided among the participants that have completed the 100 pushups.

If none of the participants do 100 pushups, we'll call it a push and everyone gets their money back.

Since we're all in different parts of the world we have to rely on web-cams or videos. If a camera is used to record the event it must be continuous, some how prove that it's the date of the trial, and preferably have someone count out loud.

We'll use this blog to track our progress and to do a little trash talking. Although I want everyone to do good and hope that we can all benefit from this exercise. Maybe the next bet will be 200 or 500. I know none of you can do that cause you're all slobs. But that's not the point.

The point is we must work to push each other in order to reach our goals. I hope at the end we all reach 100. And to make it interesting we can even place a side bed to see how puts in the most pushups AFTER 100. It could be as little as $5 or $20. Whatever is a good motivator. But let's settle this before Monday, June 30th.

In using this blog, we should track which column you did and how many max pushups you did to end the workout. Also describe how you felt before and after each day and even each week as you increase your strength.

I also encourage you guys to take pictures of your nipples to see how much harder they get. All this is for fun so go wild with those pix!

So good luck and let's figure out our final test date!


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