The Fastest Way To 100 Push-ups In A Row 

All In Less Than 7 Minutes A Day!

This Is The Fastest And Least Time Consuming Way I Know Of, To Get To The Highly Desired Goal Of Doing 100 Push-ups In A Row.

In fact, you can also use this system to quickly increase your results for any kind of exercise involving multiple repetitions and muscular endurance.

You can use it to do more pull-ups, chin-ups, curls, bench presses, squats, handstand push-ups or any other exercise for which you want to be able to do many repetions in a row.

Dear Push-Ups Enthusiast,

Roger Haeske: Creator of Push-Up BlasterMy name is Roger Haeske and I'm the creator of the Lightning Speed Fitness Program and Instant Energy Exercises. I've been doing push-ups since I was five years old and I've always wanted to be able to do 100 push-ups in a row. But I found this goal to be an extremely difficult one for me to achieve.

But before I go into my story, let's consider some reasons of why you would even want to be able to do as many or more than 100 push-ups in a row.

Why Do So Many Push-Ups?

Most people I know can't even do 30 regular push-ups in a row, no less 100. It's a goal of many men and some women to be able to do 50 or more push-ups in a row without taking a rest period.

For some people it's a requirement for getting a black belt in a martial art they are taking. Or you might need a certain minimum to pass the physical requirements to get into the Army, Navy, police force or some kind elite special forces unit. Or you might just want to get a high score on a physical fitness test.

There are many reasons to want to do 100 push-ups in a row. For one thing, push-ups strengthen many of your upper body muscles, abs and core all at once. Push-ups are an incredibly effective multi-muscle building exercise. In other words, they're a fitness time saver.

When you can do many push-ups in a row, it increases your workout capacity and enables you to build larger and stronger muscles. Some of the greatest physiques (like football legend Herschel Walker) have been built on a routine of 1,000 push-ups per day. Getting to 500 or 1,000 push-ups in a day is much easier and quicker if you can do 100 or more in a row.

My Struggle To Get To 100 In A Row

Getting to 30 in a row wasn't much of a problem for me. I just did more and more push-ups and eventually I reached that goal. My first difficult push-up goal was to do 50 in a row. After many years of my best being around 40 push-ups in a row, I eventually figured out a way to get to 50 in a row but my progress was to put it mildly... slow.

I figured out that just doing hundreds of push-ups all throughout the day wasn't giving me fast improvement. Plus it took a lot of time, especially because I couldn't do that many push-ups in a row.

Though doing 500 push-ups in a day will give you a great pump and build muscle very well, it won't necessarily help you to be able to do 100 push-ups in a row. I tried all sorts of push-up exercise techniques but my progress was still quite slow.

My next goal was to be able to do 100 push-ups in a row. That goal seemed like a distant dream and that it would be much too time consuming to achieve, considering my then, slow rate of progress.

I remember talking with one of my former tennis students (who was a wrestler and really built) who could easily do 100 push-ups in a row. He saw my body and just assumed I could do about as many push-ups as he could. He was shocked when I told him I struggled to do 50 in a row. 

I asked him about his training routine. I tried his recommendations but it didn't help me.

I also asked my brother, a former marine his training routine to get to high numbers of push-ups and that didn't help me very much either.

I also asked another friend who had gotten to over 200 push-ups in a row and his ideas weren't enough for me. I guess push-ups were just much easier them than for me.

For some reason push-ups were really difficult for me. I just wasn't naturally good at doing lots of push-ups.

Does this sound like you?

I know many women put off doing push-ups because they know that they aren't good at doing them. But now there's no excuse, anyone male or female can increase their push-up totals and develop a well rounded body by adding various kinds  of push-ups to their routines. There are well over 50 kinds of push-ups that strengthen various parts of the upper body, chest, arms, shoulders, abs and lower back.

The Quest for The Holy Grail of Push-Ups

I needed something extra to put me over the top. I kept on asking myself, "How can I quickly get to 100 push-ups in a row?" What is the secret to breaking through plateaus and reaching push-up Nirvana?

After several years of searching and asking around, the light bulb finally went off in my head one day while I was watching T.V. and I discovered the missing element to success. I call this missing element Muscle Blaster X. Let me tell you how I discovered this secret fitness building formula.

The Discovery of Muscle Blaster X

About a year and a half ago, I was watching the ageless and inspirational Jack La Lanne being interviewed by Tony Danza on his 90th birthday. Jack started talking about his training program and that's when I finally put two and two together.

But first let me backtrack a minute. In case you don't know who Jack La Lanne is, let me tell you. He's the founder of the modern fitness movement in the United States. He's often referred to as the Godfather of Fitness and deservedly so.

He had a daily fitness T.V. show in the United States that ran for more than 30 years from 1951 to 1984. I remember watching him on TV as a kid. It was only later in life that I started to read some of his writings and read interviews with him. After learning about him, I just love the guy, he's truly inspirational.

In 1956 at age 42 Jack set the world record of 1,033 pushups in 23 minutes on "You Asked for It, a TV Show with Art Baker.

In any case, I was listening to Jack claim that no one could keep up with his workouts. They were just too intense and even really strong and fit people half his age, couldn't match his workouts.

Jack La Lanne's workouts were and still are extremely strenuous, few if any could follow Jack in a training routine, and in fact for years he laid out a challenge and offered anyone $5000 if they could keep up with him in an hour long workout; no one ever got the money.

Fitness Guru Half The Age Of Jack La Lanne Couldn't Keep Up With Him

I remember a writer for one of the fitness magazines and a really fit guy, took Jack up on that challenge when Jack was in his 80's and he still couldn't keep up with Jack. It wasn't long before Jack had him totally exhausted.

The funny thing is I had studied Jack La Lanne before and I knew many of his training principles, but it wasn't until this time on the Tony Danza show that I figured out what I had to do differently to get the results I wanted.

The secret was that I was asking myself the right question this time and I was open to the answer. You can't find something you're not looking for. This is what I call the Magic Questions technique. I teach that on another website.

In any case, the light bulb went off in my head and I discovered Muscle Blaster X. This is the main fitness principle that will allow you to quickly get to doing 100 push-ups in a row.

Jack didn't say anything directly, but when he talked about his workouts I surmised how he had to train to attain those results. Soon after that, I came up with an exercise that incorporated Muscle Blaster X and at the same time was fun to do.

The best part of this all is that you can quickly increase your number of push-ups in a row and spend less than 7 minutes per day on average. In fact, you shouldn't even do push-ups every single day to get the fastest results.

There were many days on my road to 100 in a row where I spent less than four minutes on doing push-ups. And I was still increasing my push-up numbers. And it's not just all about exercise, there's another secret that most people don't know about.

Introducing The Push-Up Blaster Training Program

The Push-Up Blaster Training Program is brand new. There's nothing quite like it anywhere that I'm aware of. In this new program I've combined my own push-up training experiences with insights from some of the top fitness gurus in the world.

It's the synergistic combination of these great ideas that will give you lightning fast improvement in doing more push-ups in a row or any other muscle building, high repetition exercise you choose.

Remember, the Push-Up Blaster Program isn't limited to push-ups only. You can use it to increase your total repetitions for just about any exercise you choose, including pull-ups, chin-ups, squats, Hindu Pushups, bench presses, curls, handstand push-ups, etc.

Case Study

Laurie E. Improved Her Push-Ups Total by 1,400%

I decided to share my new Push-Up Blaser ideas with a friend of mine named Laurie E. At the time she started the program she could barely do even one full push-up. Not only that, doing push-ups always ended up hurting her lower back. So she had to start her training by doing push-ups on her knees to lower the difficulty.

Keep in mind that Laurie was quite an athletic woman already. She had advanced very far in her martial arts class and was quite close to getting her black belt. She regularly went for long runs and attended some intense weeklong fitness camps.

Laurie was definitely not one of the sedentary members of the population.

When it came to doing push-ups she just didn't have it. But Laurie was motivated to improve, all she needed was the right program After putting some time in with the program she got to doing at least 14 standard push-ups in a row and the best thing was that it no longer hurt her lower back to do push-ups.

Maybe you're thinking that doing 14 push-ups in a row is not that much. But for a person who really struggled doing just one standard push-up, that is a 1,400 percent improvement. Laurie actually had spectacular results. If she keeps on with the program, I'm sure she will soon reach 25 in a row and achieve whatever her goal is for push-ups in a row.

I hope this is encouraging for those of you who can barely do any push-ups at this point in time. Virtually anyone can get to 100 in a row with a dedicated and consistent use of these techniques. And I believe this is just about the fastest way to get to 100 in a row and you really don't need to spend more than 5 minutes per day with these exercises.

Of course, you could get faster results if you upped it to 7 to 10 minutes per day. But even with just five minutes per day (some days will be rest days - so it's not every single day) you should see significant improvement on a weekly basis.


When I Reached My Goal of 100 Push-Ups In A Row

On January 1, 2007 I reached my goal of doing 100 push-ups in a row. My highest so far is 111 in a row. At this point in time I'm not training to do more push-ups in a row. But I know I could easily hit 200 in a row and more if I just continued with the Push-Ups Blaster Training Program.

I might next try to see how many handstand push-ups in a row I can do or how many chin-ups I can do in a row. Or I can try doing a different kind of push-up and shoot for being able to double my current total in a row.

Remember, this isn't limited to how many push-ups in a row you can do. But that might be a great starting point for you.

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To Your Radiant Health, Happiness, Fitness and Freedom,

Roger Haeske

Roger Haeske