round 1 - Early AM

111 Reps

1-2 minute rest

111 Reps

1-2 minute rest

111 Reps

round 2 - Afternoon/Midday

111 Reps

1-2 minute rest

111 Reps

1-2 minute rest

111 Reps

round 3 - Night

111 Reps

1-2 minute rest

111 Reps

1-2 minute rest

111 Reps

 

There's really nothing quite like doing 1,000 push ups.  It's not so much about gaining strength (though, you will gain strength), it's more about building and sharpening your will.  Break up the sets how you need to, but aim to do 111 in a row as a future goal, if you can't already.  After the first few hundred reps, the mind will probably start telling you to quit because "it's too easy", 1,000 takes too long", "bench is faster", "I'm tired", "we already did some earlier".  You know, the typical shitty thoughts that pop into your head when weakness sees will around the corner ready to whoop some ass.  This also repairs and rebuilds focus.  You can't be checking your phone for messages and tweets while doing this workout or your concentration and intensity will be compromised.  You gotta be all balls in so you can win.  Pretty much like life.

Studies show the more push ups you do, the less likely you'll have simp and weak ass tendencies.  See the chart below.

 

Correlation Between Push Ups & Punk Bitch Levels

As you can clearly see: men lie, women lie, numbers don't.

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