This Guy Did 300 Pushups Every Single Day for a Month. Here’s What It Did to His Chest.
Jose Zuniga referred to on YouTube as TeachingMensFashion, exploited his time in lockdown and chose to attempt to work out his chest by completing 300 pushups each and every day for an entire month. He explains that while he was doing no extra chest work like seat press, because of preparing at home, he continued his standard bodyweight exercise for the 30 days on the 300 day by day pushups.
For the term of the test, he has a 1,200-calorie breakfast, a 500 calorie nibble, a 1,000-2,000-calorie lunch, another tidbit, a 1,000-calorie supper, and gets done with an 800-calorie shake, putting his caloric admission every day at around 4,950.
To make the strain marginally simpler on his chest, Zuniga separates the 300 reps into 100 decrease pushups toward the beginning of the day, 100 standard pushups toward the evening, and 100-grade pushups at night.
“Muscle memory begins kicking in,” he says around 10 days into the month-long test, “so now the reps are beginning to get simpler and I can experience them quicker.”
Zuniga brings dynamic over-burden into the 30 days by expanding his scope of movement, completely broadening his arms on each rep in the wake of facilitating in for the initial 10 days. At that point he eases back the rhythm of the reps throughout the previous 10 days of the test, making more noteworthy muscle pressure and requiring increasingly controlled developments. These reps are a great deal more truly concentrated that Zuniga needs to separate them into sets of 10 to finish them.
Toward the start of the month, Zuniga tipped the scales at around 181 pounds. In the wake of eating almost 5,000 calories and performing 300 pushups for 30 days, he tipped the scales at 189 pounds — and is demonstrating obvious definition and development in his chest. “I have pecs!” He says, charmed. “Like, there’s really something here!”