Push Ups APK

Version 2.0.2 - com.rittr.pushups
Last updated: 2017-08-02

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App DeveloperRittr Labs
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android1.6 and up
App Packagecom.rittr.pushups.apk
Website http://www.rittr.com

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Push Ups is rittr,pushups,health,fitness,push, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Rittr Labs website who developed it. com.rittr.pushups.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 1.6 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2.0.2 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 1754+ times on store. You can also download com.rittr.pushups APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Getting you to doing 50, 75, 100 or 125 push ups in a row, all at your own pace!

Getting you to doing 50, 75, 100 or 125 push ups in a row -- that is what the Push Ups fitness app is all about.

Think of the Push Ups app as your personal fitness trainer that is going to help you build up the strength to complete those 50, 75, 100 or 125 continuous push ups within a short few days or weeks, depending on your level of fitness.

Just like a real personal fitness trainer, the Push Ups app adjusts the exercise regimen based on your feedback how taxing you think the individual exercises are. That way, you can continue towards your fitness goal at your very own pace.

Tags: push ups, pushups, press ups, exercises, fitness, workout, flexion, liegestütze 

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requires following permissions on your android device.

view network connections
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  1. boris attva-avatar

    some plan is better than none, but the logic in this apps approach is flawed. it makes no sense to push the user to do their max they're able, and then immediately offer them to try to do the first days set. when i pushed myself to do the max i could not even attempt the first part of the set. if this was not intended expectation on the apps end then this is poorly executed. no other app i tried expected this. it should have been explicit in whether the user should take a day break or when to attempt the first day.

  2. A Google user-avatar

    Good app, I like the layout of the program and the user interface. I'm only giving it 4 stars instead of 5 because I did not get the results that I was working towards. My goal was 100 push ups. I was able to do 49 before I started the program and after about 3 weeks worth of sessions the program had me doing about 250 push ups spread out over multiple sets and it said I should now be able to do 100 consecutive push ups. After taking a day of rest, I attempted my goal of 100 and was only able to do 58.

  3. Pons Aelius-avatar

    Though I like the idea of this app it does has it flows. I set my goal at 100 though I did get stronger. The progress needs to be more accurate. It needs a unable to complete session button. To.adjust your performance for the next session. I was at a specific point when I was unable to complete all sets. I had to stop but to finish program I had to keep pressing done button to forward to the end. So I had to input was easy, difficult or just right. No unable to complete would be a good Choice.

  4. Silver Clxud-avatar

    I would like to thank the developer for creating this app and making it available for the public. It definitely does as described in an efficient manner. A couple things though that I'd change maybe even for a paid version or subscription, I use a variety of push ups to develop different muscles and I prefer your app for improving in all of them. Now I just got the idea to do them all as I do the one and follow the regiment but if your app would allow for different regiments using the same format&save data

  5. A Google user-avatar

    Love the app guys but I think it would be better if you integrated an optional alarm feature, to remind users to do it. I know I've forgotten on a couple days. Also after a couple days of no use you could have a push notification reminder. Lastly, it'd b great to have the 4 apps in one. I'm currently using the pull ups, push ups, and sit ups apps and having to exit and start each app seems unnecessary. Otherwise awesome app guys. Keep it up!

  6. Miomir Todorovic-avatar

    Miomir Todorovic


    With this app I was able to enhance my performance way up. Before I started to use this app, I was able to do only 25 push ups. Now I'm training for 100 continuous mode. I'm able to do 70 push ups in one go. Now, don't expect to achieve goal in just one workout series (completion of one training program). Success is very dependent on your current level of fitness, but in a long run, you will achieve great results. My rating: 5 stars. I also use other workout apps and they are very good as well.

  7. A Google user-avatar

    I've been using this for about six weeks, and I've seen great progress. When I started, I couldn't do even one push up with good form. So I did the initial test with knee push ups and trained with this app like that for a few weeks. Then I tested myself again and could do three regular push-ups with good form. Now the sessions are up to 24 push ups (total across sets). I like that it asks for your feedback at the end of the workout. Take those rest days. Three days a week is all it takes. I would buy an ad-free version if it was offered. I would like it if the log showed your sets and the total. e.g. Jan 10,2012: 6,5,6,5,5 total 27

  8. Brett Stone-avatar

    Does just what you need. The only thing it could use is recommended rest days. A person that never works out couldn't start the sessions the day after the test (3 days?), but right after the initial test it just sits ready for the workout. Proper rest and recovery is almost as important as the muscular exertion itself. But it's easy enough to just open the app when you're able to workout. Not perfect, but good app.

  9. Aakash Jain-avatar

    I started using this app two months ago. I still remember how tough it was for me to even complete 10 pushup... But after a months 20 pushup in a row seems so easy for me that I can't even feel any effort doing it..... If you have dedication then just hit the install button and see the difference.

  10. A Google user-avatar

    I had an issue with the app as I had enabled "Force GPU acceleration" in my developer options on my Galaxy Nexus. I wrote the developer and he responded in about 5 minutes. Since he said on his Nexus it worked I then remembered my setting change and was able to resolve the issue. I am very impressed and appreciative of the rapid response and the app appears to work and I am looking forward to using it to help me with my exercise plan. :-)

  11. A Google user-avatar

    So I hit the goal - 125 total push ups - but I'm not quite able to do 125 continuous push ups. I can do 80. However, when I started two months ago, I could barely do 10, so that's a huge improvement. I've been thinking of where to go from here, and I decided that I'm going to start over, this time, doing them one arm at a time. :D

  12. A Google user-avatar

    What is with everyone wanting reminders. This is an Android app. Doesn't your device come with a calendar?! If you're serious about improving your performance, you don't need to be reminded. Nobody has to 'remind' you to eat. It's fine just the way it is. Could use a bigger "Done" button though. I like to slap it on my last rep.

  13. Raphael Law-avatar

    I had thought would be something that would prompt me every so often during the day to do a certain set of pushups. Instead, it was something that paused for a certain amount of time after I complete a set amount of pushups, then prompting me to do more. I am glad that I got it, as this is the first time I have a set regimen for doing pushups. However I wish you would have said in the description that I would have to set aside a certain amount of time. All in all, very satisfied.

  14. Ozone Thongling-avatar

    Ozone Thongling


    Been using this lately to help me build up my push up strength so I can prepare for the army. It's great and simple and has worked flawlessly. I also have the sit ups and squats one but I wish their was just one app that combines all of these together. Not a big deal though.

  15. A Google user-avatar

    I have been using this app in combination with a regular exercise routine. But I've gone from doing barely 20 pushups to 80 within a month and a half. I'm not done with the program but so far I can't argue with the progress. Hopefully I hit my 100 mark but even if I don't I have made a solid increase in my repititions. It's a great app and I advise anyone who wants to increase how many pushups they do to give this app a shot.

  16. Richard Western-avatar

    Richard Western


    This is a great app. Really it's just pushing me to do my best. I still chose to turn it on everyday, but once it's on, I don't want to let it down. It doesn't remind me to do my push ups, which I like and doesn't make me touch my phone with my nose, like some other apps do. I'd like to be able to check out my progress and what I've done. Maybe I can, but I haven't figured that part out yet.

  17. A Google user-avatar

    From a software point of view, this is just fine. You tell it what your goal is (for me, 50 in a row) and what you can currently do (for me, 2). It then tells you how many to do every other day in sets of 4. You tell it when you completed each part, it will show a timer to let you rest and then alert you when you need to do the next set. The only thing you need to do is remember to come back in a couple of days and do the next group of push-ups. It would be nice if there was an optional reminder to alert you which day you need to do more pushups. From a fitness point of view, it's the little motivation I need to do the program and improve my pushups. It's been about a week and I'm doing sets of 5 and 6 when I could only do 2 or 3 a week ago. I'm on my way.

  18. A Google user-avatar

    Great for getting some regular upper body exercise but after finishing the 100 pushup regimen, I could still only do about 40 continuously. I'd still recommend it - I'm in much better shape than I was - but I think the math is a little off. Or I'm just defective

  19. Bidzina Mosiashvili-avatar

    Bidzina Mosiashvili


    Being using it for one day, and I been feeling like I'm getting a good work. Only the results will tell if it was worth using this app. Tbh if I don't show that Much improvement I'll still keep the app, it motivates me to finish my workout.

  20. Dill Jagdeo-avatar

    Do no cheat with this app. If you can only do ten push ups then put that. Do no put 30 if you can only do 20 or 25 it will only hinder your progress instead of quickening your improvement in push ups. It is good. When I could only do 20 I was at 40 push ups in about 3 weeks. Its not miracle work, just consistency and persistance.

  21. Sebastian Barraza-avatar

    Sebastian Barraza


    I normally do not like to do bodyweight exercises buy using this app helps me get it done because I don't think about it until the whistle, then I just knock them out. And seeing the progress motivates me to keep going. I would never think of doing 100 push ups every other morning, let alone 200 or even 300. I do wish it didn't go into maintenance mode after you 'reach your goal'. I still cannot do 100 consecutive pushup but the app won't make the workout harder anymore. I wish it kept going.

  22. A Google user-avatar

    One thing I can say about this app is that you will INDEED improve. I didn't get to 125 push up in a row but I went from 40 push ups to 91 push ups in a row and it did tone my chest up a bit, Im going to do another round of it so next time I will complete 125 in a row maybe even more then that!

  23. Warren H-avatar

    I don't have a lot of time to work out and I'm not going to touch my phone with my nose. This app works by keeping things simple and doing what it needs to. The system ramps up smoothly and builds real strength. Don't go for the gimmicks. Just needs something for improved motivation.

  24. A Google user-avatar

    I go to the gym so, I incorporated into my routine..I could feel the burn, and sometimes I couldn't get though the work out. But I remained about the same, maybe +5 at the end. Though my chest did get firmer. I tried for 100, could do 36 before I started. Maybe should of went for a smaller goal. But all in all liked the app.

  25. A Google user-avatar

    I used this app for one month 5 times a week. Made a huge difference and kept me motivated. My shoulders,arms,back and chest was noticeably bigger. Received so many compliments :D That's the best part.Thanks for the free app!

  26. A Google user-avatar

    It would had been great if motion sensor or touch screen features were incorporated. But nevertheless the app does a great job. Some times a take two days break in between to relax my muscles. I hope it's not cheating.

  27. A Google user-avatar

    This app works wonderfully, but it is slightly inconvenient to have to do the different exercises one app at a time. I think a single app that handles your regiment of squats, situps, pushups, and pullups would have been much better. You could select which ones you want to do together that day and it could calculate sets and rests accordingly.

  28. Daniel Ahn-avatar

    Set limit to 75, went through the whole program and then tried to max out after a day of rest. Only did 44. But I do like the ability to set easy, just right and hard. So 3/5

  29. Isaiah Garcia-avatar

    This app is so simple, yet great. It has a bell that goes off when your rest period is done, it tracks your progress, and it personalizes all of your feedback to improve your overall push up max. Critical features that other crowded applications lack. I haven't hit my goal yet though!

  30. Volt Tan-avatar

    Now I'm addicted in seeing my progress. Everyday there is improvement! If only i can rate this app to 6 stars.... The phasing is very reasonable. I agree on one of the comments to combine them into 1 great app.

  31. Dheeraj Soni-avatar

    I like how the app is user friendly and quite easy. But there are certain issues with the app and also the training program. The app terminates itself a lot of times, which is quite annoying as I have to restart the whole sets again (or restart the app and reach to the set I was doing). Also after I finished the 10 sessions for doing 100 continuous push ups, I could only do 60 in a row. (I could anyways do 40 continuous easily when I started, so it did not help me much)

  32. Hold My Bleach-avatar

    This is a great app. I have begin using it in parrallel with the squat app. Press ups, then squats, repeat. If I had a pull up bar id throw that in too. Really gets you going and each day it ups the reps so always remains challenging. Like others have said, be honest with the amount of press ups you can initially do and you will be rewarded with a smooth progression upwards. Good job guys.

  33. Robert Rodriguez-avatar

    Robert Rodriguez


    This app is great I just completed 50 pushups in a row. 3 weeks ago I struggled to do 10. I'll admit it wasn't easy but it was we'll worth it. I'm 55 years old and haven't worked out for years I feel great ! Don't forget to take the day of rest thanks for creating this app :-)

  34. A Google user-avatar

    I let myself get a bit out of shape over the years. I downloaded this app as well as the sit up and the squat app. Plugged in my information and was all set. I am 53 years old. I love how the app takes you at YOUR OWN LEVEL. I do 1 app each day. Monday - push ups; Tuesday - sit ups; Wednesday - squats; Thursday - push ups; Friday - sit ups; Saturday - Squats; Sunday REST! I used to do push ups every day when I was younger and then one day I ripped my rotator cup. This app suggests every other day training which I know is a great idea. All in all I give this app a two thumbs up!

  35. A Google user-avatar

    I generally use this at night in between homework breaks. Its simple and clean. You set a goal and make progress each workout. It's good stuff. You can make it as tough or as easy as you want to. NO EXCUSES

  36. A Google user-avatar

    does what it says, not sure if you reach the target 100% of the times but it certainly increases your chances. the option to disable the adds is a nice gesture from the developers, i kept the adds on just because they give me the choice, i think it's a fair deal, for a free app it would be nice to have a graphic progress bar, with dates and times, number of pushups, etc. overall an excellent app

  37. A Google user-avatar

    This is my first day and what I can say about this app: its great. Now i realized that i was always doing pushups wrong. After 5 sets that this app told me to do i felt tension in my muscles for hours...

  38. Jordan Sharp-avatar

    It doesn't work. Never has you doing more than 21 in a row. I can do 250 or so in a short period of time after completing it, I can't do anywhere 100 in a row

  39. A Google user-avatar

    I like this app. My family laughs at me because i use an app for exercising. But it is like having a trainer in your pocket. A timed rest after each rep means no more guess work. And yes you feel it afterwards

  40. A Google user-avatar

    No share option, and I was already doing around 300 pushups every other day with my regular workout. At 33 years old, I can do 65 pushups before I'm exhausted. The plan to do 125 pushups was way too easy. Other than that, I like it because it keeps track of progress. Easier than logging manually..

  41. A Google user-avatar

    Good app for increasing your endurance of push ups, but has lack of information when it comes to view logs for past days. The only information you get is date and total amount of push ups. Would be nice with a progress graph for each day and be able to view number of push ups for each set for past days.

  42. Paul Heron-avatar

    The app is a good starting point if you're looking to increase your rep count but I don't understand how they say I should now be able to complete 125 pushups in a row after having completed the program. I can only reach 45 at best in a row and I have no problems with the hardest level they throw at me.

  43. James Sevener-avatar

    This app does have a few minor issues. It doesn't display quite correctly on my Nexus 6, it takes up a vertical half of the screen. BUT there are no special permissions required! That is a huge plus.

  44. A Google user-avatar

    It was great for raising my numbers but there is a limit to my fitness and this app keeps adding more. I'd just like to have the option to pick a number and for the app to split it and beep when the next set is due. Great for when I'm doing jobs in the house.

  45. A Google user-avatar

    I had this app on my previous Android with boost mobile. But then I got an iPhone and was bummed that this app was not available for it. Now that I am in Korea I had to get an Android and was happy that good use it again to improve my reps for pt.

  46. A Google user-avatar

    Love it like how it works on how workout should be. I had shoulder surgery and I could not see myself doing even one push up. Now I am, up to 60 with brakes I am looking forward till I can get to 50 straight.

  47. Dennis Anderson-avatar

    Dennis Anderson


    If you're horribly out of shape like me and you enjoy a very simple no frills, no adds app, this is a good choice. Very simple instructions, challenging steps per session. At the end of each exercise it gives you the option of slowing down, speeding up, or keeping the normal progression of the next exercise. I've been using this app, the sit up and squats app from the same makers for two weeks straight and it has not disappointed me.

  48. Barry Doran-avatar

    I've done far more press-ups with this app than I would have without it. But after taking a break from press-ups for a few weeks, I'm now struggling, and even when I tell the app the workout was too hard, it just make me repeat the same workout the next day, rather than making it easier. It's not very motivating.

  49. B Green-avatar

    I love this app for reminding me and setting up sets. Wish it would let you modify sets in workout when you can't complete a set. Ie I could only do 14of 16 for one of the sets. Also history should show total time as well as reps as sometimes I get interrupted and take a longer break than specified.

  50. Tammy D'Adamo-avatar

    I suffer from arthritis of the spine and am very limited and also very out of shape. I started using this app and only completed 3 situps / pushups (I have both apps). It has helped me increase my fitness gradually and strengthen the muscles that support my spine. I definitely recommend this app.

  51. A Google user-avatar

    I've gone from only being able to do 8 push-ups to 63 continuous in 1 month. My 11 Yr old can knock out 98 already. Thanks. Simple and easy to follow.

  52. A Google user-avatar

    I've used this app several times, and I have yet to get anywhere close to the goal. Most recently, I was able to complete the 125 pushups program, but my max is only around 60. It had me doing approximately 12 sets of 25 pushups, and I think, maybe, not going above 30 per set doesn't really help my max. I found that it's a fine way to guide me through 300 in a day, but ineffective at reaching the prescribed goal. The app runs great with no problems every time.

  53. A Google user-avatar

    I am only giving this app 4 stars because I am not finished yet. I want to be able to do 125 reps...using the perfect push up bars! I know, I know, a lofty goal, but I want to push myself and regular push ups bore me. This is a simple act, and I think working out should be just that, simple. I do wish you could go back to previous a workouts, but other than, it's solid.

  54. A Google user-avatar

    Great App, been doing this for two weeks; and can definitely see an improvement physically. I'm 3 quarters of the way to my 100 target, this app breaks your mental barriers.

  55. A Google user-avatar

    I like this app and really do use it, bit id also like to see more reps. I find myself working out after still. 10 reps would be nice. Also a graph you can see how many you've done.

  56. Rashad Berry-avatar

    Coming back from a injury and out of shape,and since im a SWAT member. I was looking for a way to improve my push ability and ended up a workout fanatic! Great app!!!

  57. A Google user-avatar

    I suggest they alternate the position of buttons. If the app lags a second button can get pressed and you miss a step. Otherwise simple but effective!

  58. Joshua Yu-avatar

    I set my goal as doing 125 push ups continuously, I've finished the course now but I can only do 70 push ups continuously. I can feel that I'm stronger now though. I will carry on the keep your strength mode and see if I can do 100 push ups continuously after one weak time.

  59. David Hover-avatar

    Great, simple, unintrusive app for improving your abilities. No extra features such as calendar integration, but I find those unnecessary or unusable anyway, so this is better! Good log function is all you need. Could do with better formatting on the screen or an export/import function.

  60. Kyle Fowler-avatar

    This app set the pace too fast. I told it I wanted to do 50 push ups in a row eventually and I could honestly only manage five. At first it does ok but then it takes off like a rocket and I can't keep up. I dropped out at 12 in a row not from quitting but because I literally couldn't go anymore. Telling the app the prescribed set was too hard only makes it slow down but not stop. If I cant do 12 today why should I try to do 13 the next time?! Lol.

  61. Tony Lin-avatar

    If you have the discipline to follow this app then it will help you gain strength. The user interface is butt ugly but does the job. The option to set alerts and reminders would be welcome.

  62. Joshua-avatar

    I am shocked at the progress I have seen. I've gone from doing 12 good, solid push ups during my assessment to 92 in less than a month.. So far! I will continue to utilize this app as much as possible.

  63. A Google user-avatar

    Idea: link YouTube instructions for proper form etc. Maybe military charts by branch (even seals) etc. Oh yeah, where's the "military running app" you need to be working on? Also no foolproof instruction how to handle 1st exhaustion tryout, which may confuse your statistical feedback.

  64. A Google user-avatar

    Love the apps, wish I had a pull up bar to use that one, too. I started off with a slightly lower number so I could get used to doing this. Now, I can do these just about every day, increasing toward my goal.

  65. A Google user-avatar

    This app is always on my phone, nagging me to do my push-ups for the day. It helps give me the motovation to actually make sure i do them!

  66. John Reis-avatar

    Other apps make it harder w ineffective proximity sensors and tapping you nose on screen. Just do what is says for push ups your only cheating yourself ....

  67. A Google user-avatar

    I am active duty air force. This app enabled me to max my push ups on my fitness test with ease. I did 67 in a minute and barely broke stride after 65.

  68. A Google user-avatar

    As others have said this app promises to make you be able to do 100 push ups but it's plan doesn't work. Before using the app I could do 70, after doing six routines from this app it said I should now be able to do 100 but only managed 50. The problem is the sets never do more than 20 and so your body gets used to doing small amounts. Try 100 Push Ups app instead.

  69. Jaime Vigil-avatar

    A nice simple app that I have been using for a little bit. The only thing I just found out is that if you stop doing your workouts for a few days for example, it won't reduce the number you have to do. I have pain in one wrist so I had to stop and trying to do all 74 push ups is pretty hard if you haven't been on it. So it needs a way to change this a bit to help you get back on a routine. Also if you get tired and only get through half a workout, there's no way to save that so you can continue later. So use it carefully an don't overdo it trying to keep up with it if you stop for a bit. The best part is that it works offline.

  70. Anf Trew-avatar

    No fancy but pointless features, just gets straight down to business. Very effective training program. I've completed it. Now I guess I'll reset it with a new challenge and start again.

  71. A Google user-avatar

    I chose the 100 training plan. When I finished, I was doing less than when I started. Maybe it works for some people, but it was detrimental for me.

  72. A Google user-avatar

    The clipboard does not span the entire screen on my galaxy note 2. Just needs this to be fixed and it will be a 5 star

  73. A Google user-avatar

    I started at 21 push ups and would struggle to complete my daily push ups but after doing the 50 push up workouts, I can do 48.. I'm hoping do accomplish 75 and then 100 thanks push ups

  74. John Rippon-avatar

    I could do 65 reps non-stop when I started; after only FOUR sessions - with no sets of more than 21 reps - it said I should be able to do 100! That's not sensible. I got 75. Using only low-rep sets, your lactic energy system is not challenged enough to get to 100 reps in only four sessions. Training needs to include increasingly longer sets with reps in at least one set approaching the target number. If I had the time I could probably do 400 - 500 total reps in a session broken down to only 20-odd reps per set. That's not an efficient way to build up your maximum reps for a single set. Developers need to read up on the Principle of Specificity. Log only records total reps/session. You can't see what set you're up to during the inter-set rest period.

  75. MrBillck6-avatar

    upon completion of the 125 goal program, was only able to do 89. Had to reinstall to begin the program with an initial 89 push ups to see if it will work this time.

  76. A Google user-avatar

    I thought it was stupid at first but when im bored it came in handy. Next thing you know im cranking 100 push ups out no problem. I love that you can

  77. A Google user-avatar

    I've only been using the app for a week now, but i've seen an increase in my continuous pushups from 21 to 30 before failure. I'm definitely pleased so far!

  78. Pranav Mathur-avatar

    Have used this app before too ... But the way this app considers your current fitness levels to up your game is unreal ... Before, when I was fit, it pushed me like a maniac to become fitter ... Now, when my fitness levels have dropped, its stringent regime has dropped down to my level but still kick my ass... This trainer has character. If I had a chance, I'd wanna chill with this dude.

  79. A Google user-avatar

    Great app. Have downloaded squats and sit ups aswell, would be brilliant if you could combine all 3 apps into one so you could do a full work out without having to change apps when doing reps of each excersise

  80. Rico Mateus-avatar

    I started of only able to do 5 push-ups i can do 25 now and hoping to reach 100 within the 6 weeks! Great app :) Keep pumping! No pain no gain! Lets build some hurting bombs!

  81. A Google user-avatar

    Great free app. Work outs take 15 to 20 minutes. If you use this properly you will see results. In three weeks I have gone from doing 62 to 194 push ups per session. The app suggests doing a workout every second day, after each work out you rate the days session as too easy, just right or too hard. I find I get the best experience by working out every day until I get stuck (meaning I fail to complete the final set) several times in a row, and then taking a rest day. I also find it best to never choose the too easy rating, but that is just me.

  82. A Google user-avatar

    So This is a great program. I was progressing great but I got to a certain point and it said I was finished. It never had me do 125 push ups in a row? I did 3 hundred plus in multiple sets topping out at 29 per set then it said I was done. Not sure how to start it over but I would like to since it greatly increased my strength

  83. richard vega-avatar

    This app is awesome wish you could set your own goal max. Like I would like to set as much as 1000 push ups. It's possible! Please implement it!!!! Also I finished the app and it only goes to 258 push ups!!!! So lame!!!! Please make it continues!!!! There's no reason why there should be an end

  84. A Google user-avatar

    Simple and effective. I started one week ago and have gone fro 10 to 50 push ups. Note: the whistle scares my wife every morning ; )

  85. A Google user-avatar

    Great app! I already feel myself getting stronger. Just remember, keep good form, no point being able to do 125 poor pushups. ;)

  86. A Google user-avatar

    Great app. I've been using it for a while and it works great. Only issue i have is if i could cycle back if I reply that it was too hard. Also if it could be modified to fit on tablets screen without being stretched it would be perfect.

  87. Luke Yanos-avatar

    I went through the whole program and was doing a total of 292 per workout, it was a good workout but with so many sets of fewer reps when I finished the program I was only able to do 70. Needs to be fewer sets and more reps.

  88. Martin Klemsa-avatar

    Although this app helps you get very good at pushups, I argue that its 100 pushups in a row training programme is inadequate. After finishing a total of about 230 pushups in 12 series with 75 seconds pause it told me my training was finished I should now be able to do 100 in a row. Two days later I tried and barely did 50. Other apps tend to shorten pauses and increase loads, while this app only adds repetitions. It never asked me to do more than 20 in a row during the training!

  89. A Google user-avatar

    This is brilliant. A personal trainer in your pocket! A few changes would be welcome though: - A reminder/alarm (letting you know it's time for your workout). - Being able to view the full plan, from start to finish. Not just a log showing your total push ups you've done.

  90. A Google user-avatar

    love this app! only wish that there was no set max limit of pushups. would be great if after one reaches 125 pushups, they could continue the app..

  91. Owen John-avatar

    The problems are you can't see what you have done in previous days, the rest period is a bit long& I don't see how it says once you've completed this app you will be able to do 125 push ups in a row because it does it in small sets and I don't feel like they are getting bigger. Apart from all of that its not too strenuous and time consuming no high graphics or wasteful information like calories burnt. Reccomended though.

  92. Dan Meyer-avatar

    Finished the 50 push ups in a row program... definitely could NOT do 50 in a row and I followed this program religiously. Disappointed.

  93. Richard Whitehouse-avatar

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    ... but failed me. Having set 50 as my target I found I could barely hit 25 upon completion. Still a lovely little exercise app however.

  94. A Google user-avatar

    Ok, I finished the entire program after following it 100% (209 pushups in a session) App told me I should now be able to complete 100 in a row, but I cant do much more than 40. This app has misled me. I feel betrayed.

  95. A Google user-avatar

    By the end of the program I spat out 112 pushups in one go. Only 13 pushups away from the set goal but I am still very impressed. Thanks a lot!

  96. A Google user-avatar

    Gives you a demanding task which sometimes seem terrifying but it sure keeps you going. Not sure how accurate the end result is, but it gives you a good start and decent motivation.

  97. A Google user-avatar

    Awesome! I started of with the goal of 50, and it actually worked! Is easy at first, but the workout gets harder the next days. It also adapts the next workout based on how you felt this workout was.

  98. A Google user-avatar

    Great app! I never thought I would be able to do over 100 push ups. I would love to be able to revert to previous workout sets, though. I accidently said a set was too easy when it wasn't.

  99. A Google user-avatar

    Having to do 12 reps is Ridiculous! Should increase the number of push ups with less reps.

  100. A Google user-avatar

    This app has been my favorite. If you have a long commute and don't have time to gym-it after, this app is awesome.