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Old 06-12-2013, 08:56 PM   #36
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Originally Posted by OneMorePlate View Post

I can see doing 20 per min x 60= 1200 x .5 for 1 min breaks 600 pushups is very doable.

Hope this has revitalized your belief you can be victorious in this challenge. Stubbornness can win here.
You're on target...back in college, I did 1000+ in about 2 hours and, on a separate occasion, 96 military push ups in 60 seconds...

I make no claim to be able to reproduce that effort, but someone here has the potential!
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