My First Pushup Story And Your Free Pushup Program
I enjoy training pushups. One day, years ago, I decided that I wanted to be good at pushups. I was always challenging myself to see what was possible with harder exercises, so pushups was next on my list. Plus, I was training with my husband who had to train for pushups in the military, so that also led me to give this tough exercise a shot.
I started practicing pushups – with a goal and plan in mind. My husband coached me and supported me, and he was just as excited as I was to finally begin training another challenging exercise. I was persistent and determined to get a few quality pushups, so I put forth the effort in every workout.
I did indeed achieve a few good pushups! Pushups are hard. Pushups that are done with correct form are even more challenging, so I continued to learn how to maintain good form throughout. I was glad that I did, because my pushups improved and became “easier.” That’s when the pushups enjoyment started.
I went from 1 sloppy pushup to 35 complete pushups. I progressed to elevated feet, resistance, and finally to one-arm pushups. It took me lots of practice, patience, and persistence over many years, but all my progressions happened one step at a time. There are still more pushups in me, but it will take more time to see what I am capable of achieving.
Overall, it wasn’t about how many pushups or advanced pushup progressions that I did. It was more about staying dedicated to a plan and reaching my goal through consistency, patience, and hard work. That’s where my success happened! I enjoy training pushups; therefore, I will continue to practice.
I want you to do the same, and that’s why I created this simple “First 3 Pushups” Program, so that you can go beyond your expectations. I am here to guide you and to inspire you to enjoy the process like I did. This is a basic plan and that’s all you need to make progress. I learned a simple way and simple training works!
This “First 3 Pushups” Program was created by my husband and I. Let us know if you ever have any questions. Train hard!