The 100 Push Up Challenge Week 48

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 from basic to super extreme.

Yo Yo Yo! Rhys here with Week 48 of the 100 Push Up Challenge!

This week we are brining in full body plyometric push ups. That means we are going to be flying this week!

If you missed last week’s challenge check it out here – Week 47

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 27

The Workout

Set 1 – 20 Full Body Plyo Push Ups
Set 2 – 20 Aztec Push Ups
Set 3 – 20 Pelican Push Ups
Set 4 – 20 Stick Push Ups
Set 5 – 20 Tuck Planche Push Ups

How To Do Full Body Plyometric Push Ups

Plyometric push ups are explosive.

So far we have done quite a few plyometric push up variations, but this week we are really pushing the limits of what is possible.

For full body plyo’s you set up like a regular old push up.

As you lower yourself to the ground, think about spring-loading your whole body.

At the bottom of the rep, explode up off the floor completely, so you jump high up into the air.

As you come down to land, place your hands on to the floor first and try not to slam them hard into the ground.

Once you land back in the push up position, start lowering yourself back to the ground, spring-loading for rep 2!

Sign Up & Join The Challenge

Sign up to the 100 Push Up Challenge and get al of the challenges sent directly to your inbox!

We are closing in on the end of the year now, this is the first week of the last 100 Push Up Challenge, If you aren’t on already don’t worry, you can sign up now ready for Next Year, when I am revamping a lot of the challenges and starting fresh with Week 1!


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