The 100 Push Up Challenge Week 35

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.

Yo Yo Yo! Rhys here with Week 35 of the 100 Push Up Challenge!

This week we are brining in 180º push ups!

If you missed last week’s challenge check it out here

Or check out all of the previous challenges on the 100 Push Up Challenge Page!

But for now, let’s get into this Week’s challenge.

The 100 Push Up Challenge Week 35

The Workout

Set 1 – 20 180 Push Ups
Set 2 – 20 Stability Board Push Ups
Set 3 – 20 Pike Wall Support Push Ups
Set 4 – 20 Muay Tai Push Ups
Set 5 – 20 Wall Support Push Ups

How To Do 180º Push Ups

180 Push Ups are hard! They take our Plyometric training to a whole new level.

I know what your thinking . . .

‘do I do a 180!?’

The answer is YES!

This is hard, but probably not as hard as you think. The hardest part is just trying the first time.

Set up as normal for a push up. Lower your self down to the floor, but instead of coming up normally, you do a 180.

To do this, you are going to want to spring right up of the ground and tuck up.

This will help you spin easier and faster.

Then you want to open back up so you stop rotating and land back in the push up position (facing the other way).

Let’s see 20!

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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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