Wednesday, July 23, 2008

4 D3W1 (HPC): Another Day, Another Challenge


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I have zero time to write this, so here it goes, really fast!

Today's pushup workout called for intervals of 15, 13, 10, 10, & a max of atleast 15 pushups. Here's what I did: 15, 13, 10, 10, 30.

I doubled the minimum max on the last set - Who-hoooo! I'm definitely getting stronger.

And before you say anything, yes I realize that I didn't post about yesterday's pushup workout. That's because I didn't do it until today. I got sidetracked by my day off. ;-)

Hope you're all having a great Wednesday! Bye!
-C

4 comments:

Simon Anderson said...

Do you feel that the push up regime benefits your running?

Johnny said...

How in the world, after six weeks of blogging about health, running and weight loss, could I have possibly NOT found your amazing blog?! I love it - it's awesome! I especially like the humor and attitude part!! I need that paired with some health stuff, you know? Keep up the great work...look forward to reading more!

cymrusteve said...

strong, strong, strong - you're doing great!

and your "Hundred Pushup Queens" list is growing nicely too :)

keep it up!

--steve

cyberpenguin said...

Hi Guys,
Thanks for all your comments! Below are my responses:

@Simon Anderson: Yes, I do feel that the pushups help my running. Arm strength is important for propulsion. ;-) Also pushups work more than just the arms, they also work your torso & your abs, all of which have excellent running-related benefits.

So, re you considering doing the hundred pushups workout? ;-)


@Johnny: Thanks so much & welcome! I visited your blog, (which BTW, is excellent -- it's well written, funny, & highly amusing -- yes, I've subscribed!) & see that you're making excellent progress in your Couch-to-5K program! Great job! I can see that you've got the right stuff (i.e., determination, belief in yourself, follow-thru, & a great sense of humor!) to see your CT5K/C25K program through to the very end & achieve your goals.

BTW, are you a member of Blog Catalog? If not, I highly recommend that you join. Not only will it boost your internet presence, but it's also a great community & you'll find a ton of other runners there, many of them with similar goals to your own. If you're already a member, you're welcome to mark me as a friend there. (My username there is cyberpenguin.)

I'd also like to invite you to join our Blog Catalog running discussion forum, "Runners, Runners, Everywhere." It's a very friendly, active, & supportive community, with people from all walks of life, & many of us runner-bloggers have gotten to know each other quite well through this forum & the BC community at large. We discuss all sorts of topics related to running, fitness, & sports nutrition. You don't have to be a member of Blog Catalog to view the discussion, but you'll need to have a login there to comment, & participate in the discussion. Hope you'll join us!

You're also welcome to mark me as a friend on any of the social networking groups listed on the Wink widget at the bottom left corner of my blog.

Thanks for dropping by & I look forward to discussing running & other related topics with you in the future!

-C


@cymrusteve: Thanks! I see you're almost done with the program yourself! So what's next for you, in terms of maintaining/improving your arm strength?!

Yes, the "pushup queens" is indeed growing! Feel free to mention it to other ladies who've signed up for the Hundred Pushups program! ;-)

Hope you had a nice 15 mile run this morning! Wow!
-C

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