A pushup a minute

Dear reader,

In my 0 Excuses Fitness system, one of the videos is aptly entitled “the workout”.

And so it should be, my friend, as I take you through a nutbuster of a workout involving, amongst other things both at the start and end, 250 pushups.

Amazingly enough, or perhaps NOT so (not to me at least) it didnt take forever to do.

Nope, it didn’t take more than an hour.

Nope, it didn’t feel boring.

Nope, it didnt take more than half an hour either.

Took about 25 minutes or thereabouts if I recall correctly (Cindy was keeping track of time as she filmed me) – and  that was WITH what I mentioned at the start of the routine, my friend.

But the harsh reality is that the average man is so far gone that doing 250 pushups seems about as believable as flying off Mount Everest and diving straight into the depths of the ocean all in one breath.

Believe me, pal – most average people are so far gone that doing 50 pushups – or even 25 in one set is not doable – and certainly not in proper form.

In fact the average couch potato would be hard pressed to get up a couple of flights of stairs without wheezing and puffing like an engine about to run out of steam, and ask him to do 10 pushups at the end of that?

Well, “the end will be nigh” in other words, hehe, and I’m being polite here.

That’s the “harsh” side of it.

The good news?

Well the good news is that if that is YOU – unable to do more than a few reps or even a single rep – well – NOT TO worry, my friend.

Not to worry.

Break it down, as they say – or break it down into manageable chunks.

“Eat an elephant one bite at a time”, in other words.

What if you were to simply think about doing 1 pushup/minute and getting up to 10 pushups that way?

What if you were take this a step further and do 5 pushups/hour and do them on the clock for eight hours straight during the workday?

Or, if even that seems impossible – what  if you were to walk briskly for at least five – or two to three minutes a day – and repeat every three hours?

Would you or would you not progress?

I bet you would, my friend – and the key is, as I say repeatedly in most of my blogs and writings is to GET started.

Get started – and DO something.

Might be a minute, or even less – or it might be ten minutes tops. Whatever it is, DO it – and DO it regularly – and do it the right way – and you’ll see results.

It doesn’t get any simpler than that, my friend.

Don’t procrastinate a minute longer, my friend. You know you want results.

And the first step to get those results you crave is to lay your paws on the best fitness program on the planet right here – https://0excusesfitness.com/0excusesfitnessystem/ .

Do it now, my friend. Watch your results SOAR.

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee