3-Minute Pushup Challenge

Imagine having tight and toned triceps.
Imagine being able to win every pushup competition with your friends.
Imagine having the strength you need to do anything you want this summer.

Sound good?

You bet it does.

And so we’re going to borrow a little test I learned from my friend, Martin Rooney, and use something called the 3-minute pushup challenge today.

Watch the video here
3 min pushup challenge

Do this challenge and see how you score.

And when you’re done, and after you’ve had at least two days off, here’s the 5-minute “Pushup Finisher” you can add to your workouts once per week to get better at this test. Enjoy!

5-Minute Pushup Finisher

1) Maximus Pushups (pause 1 second at top and bottom) – 60 seconds
2) Iron Cross Hold – 30 seconds
3) Plank to Triceps Extension (aka Sphinx Pushup) – 30 seconds
– Rest 30 seconds and repeat 1 more time.

Talk about an amazing upper body pump.

You’re going to LOVE it!

Let me know what you think,

Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer

PS – Did you see me on…

…the #1 ranked Health & Fitness podcast talking about my new book, The Great Cardio Myth?

Listen to this incredible interview here

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