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5,001 press-ups in 2019

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Dec 2019
11:17pm, 30 Dec 2019
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Dec 2019
6:41am, 31 Dec 2019
384 posts
Nice one WS 👍Not far to go now ChrisHB
Dec 2019
9:40am, 31 Dec 2019
385 posts
Final 57 push ups of the year done. Brings my total to 7344.
Dec 2019
12:39pm, 31 Dec 2019
920 posts
Well done Chell! 👏
Dec 2019
6:37pm, 31 Dec 2019
18685 posts

Probably quite a lot more, since every time I lost count I started at the lowest number I was sure of.

But the important thing is that when I started the challenge, the first day I could only manage four press-ups with my knees on the ground. On Jan 20th I did two full-length ones and then it was Feb 27th before I did more like that. May 27th was the final day I did them from my knees.
Dec 2019
6:38pm, 31 Dec 2019
1381 posts
Last ones done. Finished with 22505 against my original target of 20000. Also exceeded my 50,000 combined press ups and sit ups target so pleased :-) Going to keep those targets the same for 2020 and look to include some other stuff into the daily routine as well.

Well done everyone. If this thread caused you to do more press ups than you'd have done otherwise then you've achieved something positive.
Dec 2019
9:03pm, 31 Dec 2019
386 posts
Well done ChrisHB. A close finish for the year.
Dec 2019
9:05pm, 31 Dec 2019
18971 posts
It certainly did that, FF.
Dec 2019
9:34pm, 31 Dec 2019
42492 posts
Great achievements everyone, sounds like it's become a bit of a habit. :)
Dec 2019
10:11pm, 31 Dec 2019
921 posts
Great progress ChrisHB! Well done FF, and sounds like a great idea.

Well done to all for trying it!

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Following on from the mixed success of the 2018 thread, I’ve set up the 2019 challenge. It is slig...

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