I've been off the gym for almost 3 months now, I've just recently moved to south Florida and haven't found a gym yet.
Anyways where I work, we do wood work and most of the work is done by machine. Every time the machine is cutting/carving, me and two other guys do 10-15 rep sets of push ups.
I never came up with this, but this guy who does this with us claims that 200 push ups 5 times a week, for one month and 100 reps of dips a day for a month after the first month of push ups will create great gains in strength/endurance, and size (of course with having to eat 4.5k - 5k calories a day in my part).
Anyways I want to attempt this only because even my chest work outs are kinda weak compared to arms, abs, back, and legs. I know you're not supposed to work out the same body part everyday because it's just a waste of energy and time.
But I wanted to ask if anyone here has EVER done such a thing? I haven't taken the time to even find a gym in my location, but I thought why not do this while I find a good gym, and I could use the gym for cardio only until my two months of push ups/dips are done with.
What do you think?