The 100 Push Up Challenge – Week 26

The 100 Push Up Challenge is a Weekly Calisthenics Challenge running all Year! Each week we introduce a new push up variation, getting progressively harder each week, from basic to super extreme.

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Rhys here for Week 26 of the 100 push up challenge, a weekly calisthenics challenge running all year, getting progressively harder from basic to super extreme!

This week we are going to bring in Grasshopper Push Ups, a complex push up variation that will help build towards some really fun variations in a few week . . .

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Check out the all of the previous challenges on the 100 Push Up Challenge Page here.

The 100 Push Up Challenge Week 26

The Workout

Set 1 – 20 Grasshopper Push Ups
Set 2 – 20 X Push Ups
Set 3 – 20 Clap Push Ups
Set 4 – 20 Plyo Push Ups
Set 5 – 20 Archer Push Ups

We have a bit of everything in this week’s challenge which is really fun. We’ve got Plyo, Complex Simple Technical Variations of push ups! (that’s pretty awesome)

Anyway let’s have a look at the Grasshopper push up

How To Do Grasshopper Push Ups

So I’m just going to call it a hopper push up because grasshopper push up is just a little too long for me haha.

The hopper is a complex variation similar to Spiderman Push Ups – Remember them?

So set up as normal for a push up

As you lower yourself to the ground, bring one knee up and cross it under your body.

When you reach the bottom, your leg should be sticking out the opposite side, pause to own it.

Then push back up, bringing your leg back to its starting point in a regular push up.

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Over the next few weeks we are going from middle tier training to some really advanced variations and you don’t want to miss any of them, if you are planning on surviving to the end of the Year.


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