This topic suggestion, Stand up now, or die!? (get out of your chair), is from The Daily Post as part of the Post-a-day writing challenge.
A few weeks ago, I wasn’t able to do 10 push ups. I’d lost a lot of weight, but I had been focussing on weight loss so much that I’d become thin and weak. Deciding to change this, I got an app for my phone, Push Ups by Rittr Labs. It’s an app that asks how many you can currently do, then gets you to set a goal of 50, 75, 100 or 125 push ups in a row. I also got their sit ups app to work on my abs.
Now, I’m currently able to do 21 push ups in a row. I’m slowly working my way towards my goal of 75.
Part of why I like Push Ups and Sit Ups is that they are simple exercises that have worked for years. You see exercises such as the Ab King Pro, or the Door frame gym and other such things that you get sold on Morning TV shows, and I just feel that they won’t stick around, possibly because they don’t work. While Push Ups and Sit Ups have remained relatively unchanged for many years, they don’t cost any money, and give you a good all round work out.
So, get off that chair, crank out some push ups, and tell me how many you can do!
- Once I snap my fingers, you will obey Scott Berkun (poptropicalthunder.wordpress.com)
- Excuse me, there’s a fly in my health care (minnesotatransplant.wordpress.com)
- Stand up now, or die! (thebloggingpath.com)
- Get Up and Get Down and Up and Down (steinink.com)