This 45 push-up challenge will completely change your body in 28 days

Pushups are one of thoseexercises that people both love and hate. You love them because they help slim andtone the upper body. But on the other hand, you hate them because they arechallenging and make you sweat! However, allthese factors will help you build that slender, toned body you've been dreaming of. 
The pushup is aclassic exercise that works a variety of muscles in the upper body, including thechest, shoulders, back, triceps and core. Being able to perform a lot pushups in arow says a lot about a person’s level of strength and endurance. If youstick to this plan, by the end of this 28-day challenge, you'll beable to do 45 pushups in a row! You don’t need anything to get started, justsome time and a bit of motivation. You'll be using only yourbody weight during the exercises, because according to the Australian BetterHealth Channel, the resistance from just your own weight is enough to build muscle and strength. 
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How to do a pushup
According to Mayo Clinic
1. Starting postion: You'd want to make sure you place your hands and feet flat on the floor and be looking down to the floor. Your back should be flat and not curved. Your legs also should be straight. Your hands and feet should be a little bit more than showder-width apart. 
2. Next, you want to bend your elbows until they are about 90 degrees as you lower your chest closer to the floor. 
3. You move back to the original starting position. 
Why do pushups? 
You might be wondering whyyou should begin such a simple workout plan that includes only one type ofexercise? Well, a lot of people lack upper-body strength, and pushups are the oneexercise that can help them overcome that. It is a basic yet challengingexercise that works all the muscles in the upper body. Plus there are a lot ofother benefits to doing pushups:
• Increases upper body muscle and strength• Improves posture
• Reduces the chance of upper-body injuries
• Reduces lower-back pain
• Improves cardiovascular health
• Increases endurance levels
• Improves overall health
So let’s get started!
The45-Pushup Challenge
Things to remember:
• Keep your body straight and rigid.
• Do not let your bottom droop or come up.
• Your nose must almost touch the ground to complete one full pushup.
• Perform your pushups slow and controlled, not rushed.
• Try not to restin between pushups.
• Make sure you warm upbefore your begin and stretch afterward.
Day 1 – 5 pushups
Day 2 – 6 pushups
Day 3 – 7 pushups
Day 4 – 8 pushups
Day 5 – 9 pushups
Day 6 – 10 pushups
Day 7 – Rest
Day 8 – 11 pushups
Day 9 – 12 pushups
Day 10 – 13 pushups
Day 11 – 14 pushups
Day 12 – 15 pushups
Day 13 – 16 pushups
Day 14 – Rest
Day 15 – 18 pushups
Day 16 – 20 pushups
Day 17 – 22 pushups
Day 18 – Rest
Day 19 – 26 pushups
Day 20 – 28 pushups
Day 21 – 30 pushups
Day 22 – Rest
Day 23 – 34 pushups
Day 24 – 36 pushups
Day 25 – 38 pushups
Day 26 – 40 pushups
Day 27 – Rest
Day 28 – 45 pushups
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In just 28 days, you couldbe doing 45 or even more pushups in a row. Such a simple workout can provideyou with some amazing results. So share this workout with a friend andchallenge each other together. If you are still unsure of how to perform thatperfect pushup, then check out the video below.
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