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    Question How many pushups=good workout?

    What is a reasonable amount of pushups to do in order to get a good workout?I just did 5 sets of 20 for incline,decline,and regular pushups.Is that good enough or should I do more?I'm really hoping these will help my chest grow and get stronger!What do you guys think?
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    Originally Posted by strongman72
    What is a reasonable amount of pushups to do in order to get a good workout?I just did 5 sets of 20 for incline,decline,and regular pushups.Is that good enough or should I do more?I'm really hoping these will help my chest grow and get stronger!What do you guys think?
    I think thats great... I do pushups all the time, their my fav bw exercise. Try to increase the reps by 10 as you advance or 5.
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    Pushups are useless if you can do 20 reps easy.
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    Originally Posted by Lamdun
    Pushups are useless if you can do 20 reps easy.
    why do you say pushups are useless if you can do 20 reps easy??? That doesnt make much sense to me.
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    You don't see anyone going to the gym benching or curling a weight that they can do 20 reps easy of, do you?

    Past a certain number of reps, you will NOT gain mass and you will NOT gain strength. You'll gain some muscle endurance, but why would you want to do hundreds of pushups without any increase in strength or mass anyways?
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    pushups are never useless, they're awesome if you dont have access to a gym. just make it harder on yourself if you find that theyre easy. like triangle, one handed, ball pushups, etc.
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    Originally Posted by strongman72
    What is a reasonable amount of pushups to do in order to get a good workout?I just did 5 sets of 20 for incline,decline,and regular pushups.Is that good enough or should I do more?I'm really hoping these will help my chest grow and get stronger!What do you guys think?
    If you are looking to gain chest mass, pushups aren't the best bodyweight exercise. If you have 2 skateboards or 2 things that roll and you can put your hands on, then do flys with them. Start out on your knees and not your toes though because you will surely face plant if you don't.

    As for pushups, start leaning forward as far as you can and put your feet up on a 2-3 feet block at the same time. Then do pushups. These will work your triceps and shoulders harder.
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    Add some weight using a backpack or if you have help have a friend put some plates back there.
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    i disagree with you, 5 years in the Army doing pushups everyday helped me increase strength, especially in the realm of functional strength. I recomend checking out some information by Pavel Tsatsouline, you can learn something at www.dragondoor.com.
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    push ups will yield good gains. anyone who says different obviously hasn't used them as a part of their workout. you can increase your reps per set and get bigger but would be better off investing in a bench and some weights.
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    don't limit pushups to just 20. do 5 sets to near failure, switching hand distance and incline. do them every other day and you'll see that each time you'll be able to add maybe 5-15 total pushups eat time.

    i did this for a month. stopped working out chest at the gym completely, and just did pushups every other night, 3-5 sets till failure. started at 35 a set, finished with 55 per set. i did this because my chest was lagging horribly, and a personal trainer/competing bodybuilding at my gym suggested that...my chest size practically doubled in that month.
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    Originally Posted by JadeDragon
    push ups will yield good gains. anyone who says different obviously hasn't used them as a part of their workout. you can increase your reps per set and get bigger but would be better off investing in a bench and some weights.
    I have a weight bench.I lift 5 days a week.I mostly use the weight room at school.I'm a varsity football player so it's mandatory.I just wanted to incorporate them in to help with gains.Trust me the last 3 or 4 reps are hell.
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    pushups work for muscle endurance, not strength or hypertrophy.

    The general rule of thumb:

    Training for Muscle Endurance/Toning: 12-15 or higher reps
    Hypertrophy(Muscle Size): 8-10 reps
    Strength: 4-6 reps
    Power: 1-4 reps

    Now these obviously arent exact. But the numbers are around the range you'd want if you'd want to train for that category. However, starting out a program, you'd want to build a base before you go for power. Maybe work for endurance, then size, strength, then power. It's an increased risk of injury if you go heavy weights, low reps, and not know the right technique and training.
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    Well ill make it harder for myself every time I do it.I'll try different things and see what happens.
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    Originally Posted by lovingthepills
    Add some weight using a backpack or if you have help have a friend put some plates back there.

    this is a great way to do push-ups and make them harder
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    I'm not sure about the old push ups. I can do 20 quite comfortably. When I gets to around 30, I simply can't be bothered. Anyway, I gave push-ups a go for about 2 weeks. I didnt really notice a change. I went to the gym finally and bench pressed some real weights and the next day...my chest was killing me! If your like me, and you prefer high weights, low reps...stick with bench pressing. I don't have the endurence for doing push-ups to muscle failer.
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    Originally Posted by ExplosiveOne
    pushups work for muscle endurance, not strength or hypertrophy.

    The general rule of thumb:

    Training for Muscle Endurance/Toning: 12-15 or higher reps
    Hypertrophy(Muscle Size): 8-10 reps
    Strength: 4-6 reps
    Power: 1-4 reps

    Now these obviously arent exact. But the numbers are around the range you'd want if you'd want to train for that category. However, starting out a program, you'd want to build a base before you go for power. Maybe work for endurance, then size, strength, then power. It's an increased risk of injury if you go heavy weights, low reps, and not know the right technique and training.
    Difference between power and strength? Can you explain?
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    used to to 100's of pushupss
    i did 100 x 2 a night. And guess what? no size increase, but i sure did get stronger.
    Moved to bench press, dumbell press. One month later, i can barely to 20 pushups. lol
    So i think push ups are usueful when you switch em from free weights and barbel to body weight. I beleive that your body gets used to one way, and then you switch it, and it has to adjust, then you switch back.
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    heres a good finishing routine for your chest, after bench flys etc,do 10-15 diamond push ups, 10-15 regular push ups, and 10-15 wide grip(a little wider than your bench grip) push ups. do this routine 3 sets, try to finish it within 3 minutes.
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    I agree with the guy who said if u can do 20 pushups easily then they are worthless, i suggest using a plate to add some resistance, that should help increase ur strength. Good luck
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    Pushups are great man. I do 100 a day too. But if u wanna do modified pushups for greater muscle workout (using blocks) you have to remember not too cheat. Sometimes in the modified pushups its much easier to cheat cause u bend ur waist down and when you finish them it hurts. For a full effective pushup ur bak has to be straight to get that good burn. ( Keepin your back as straight as possible, relies on ur abdominals and the back a bit I guess)
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