February 19, 2013
[Pics] 100 Pushups in a Row Body
What does the body of someone who can do 100 pushups in a row look like?
Does it look like a bloated body builder?
Does it look more like the body of a functionally fit athlete?
Below I'm including a few more recent pictures of me. And yes I can do 100 pushups in a row.
I'd venture to say that my body looks more like the lean and mean Bruce Lee than the Terminator.
I'll also give a little commentary on the pictures.
These pictures in the brown shorts were taken outside my house here in Hawaii. Pushups are a great upper body exercise. They build up the chest, triceps and shoulders very well.
Not bad in terms of muscularity for a 45 year old on a low protein, low fat and high carb vegan Raw Food Diet.
This idea that you can't build muscle on a vegan diet is an old wives tale.
This picture was taken in the back yard of a friend's house here in Hawaii.
For me, achieving the goal of doing 100 pushups in a row was a fantastic achievement. Doing lots of pushups in a row did not come easily to me.
It feels amazing to easily be able to crank out sets of 70 pushups. And doing high repetition sets of pushups (50 or more in a row) build a beautiful, lean, strong and athletic body.
And I'd venture to say most men will never achieve 100 pushups in a row throughout their entire lifetimes.
But there are a few shortcuts on the way to this lofty goal that I discovered several years ago. One of those secrets was inspired by the late and great Jack LaLanne the God Father of Fitness.
I call that secret Muscle Blaster X.
You can see how he inspired me here…
Some of the greatest bodies in the world like Herschel Walker have been built primarily on doing lots of pushups. From 500 to over 1,000 push ups a day. And it's much easier to reach 500 a day when you can easily crank out sets of 50 without breaking a sweat.
To Your Radiant Health, Happiness, Fitness, and Infinite Power,
The 45-Year Old Teanajer
P.S. On page 6 of the Pushup Blaster Program I reveal the breakthrough — "Muscle Blaster X". It's a quick (3 to 5 minutes), powerful and fun (like a game) way to rapidly improve how many push-ups you can do in a row.
Muscle Blaster X was actually inspired by Jack LaLanne the Godfather of fitness who once used to hold the world pushup record.