Push-Ups Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Push-Ups Quotes from famous persons: Norman Reedus, Twyla Tharp, Jenna Johnson, Robin Roberts, David Kirsch. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Push-Ups Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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In my trailer, I work out with free weights and do situps and push-ups. I’m just trying to stay lean and active looking.
I do at least 75 push-ups a day.
Typically, my cardio consists of an inclined walk and run on the treadmill for 40 minutes. After that I’ll do three sets of 20 push-ups, 100 crunches, and then I’m off to rehearsal.
Before, I would play a little hoops, a little tennis. Now it’s more yoga, Pilates, stretching, some light weight work, push-ups, sit-ups, resistance things. When I used to live on the eleventh floor, I would take the steps. I don’t do that so much now. I’m taking the elevator a bit more these days.
Robin Roberts
A boot-camp class that combines upper- and lower-body moveslike walking lunges and push-ups – gets the heart rate up quickly, burning fat and calories and toning muscles in a time-efficient way.
My boy and I move. We have this game where if we dress in a particular item of clothing, we have to do a different movement. A hat means 20 jumps – that sort of thing. When I put a scarf on, my son has to drop down and do push-ups, immediately. He thinks it’s really funny.
When I was a teenager, I did a lot of pull-ups and push-ups. Every night before bed, I’d do 150 – in sets of 30 or so. Looking back on it now, I’m not totally sure that’s the best way to improve as a climber. But it did make me a lot better at doing pull-ups and push-ups.
I like to do a little bit of exercise in the morning. I try to do, like, 20 to 25 push-ups in the morning, just to kind of get the blood flowing.
To build my core strength, I do push-ups, sit-ups, crunches, on-the-spot running with bands, and individual runs.
Push-ups are seriously the best way to tone your arms – and they tone your abs at the same time! I like to do them when I’m home watching TV or listening to music.
Cassie Scerbo
Poker has the feeling of a sport, but you don’t have to do push-ups.
A boxing workout is the heaviest thing, but it’s the best. The worst part is that boxing gyms are the smelliest things in the universe. You have to lie down on the floor, where everyone has been sweating and spitting, and do 1,000 situps and push-ups.
I exercise at least five times a week with stretching, Pilates, push-ups, planks, sit- ups, squats and light weights.
Every night before bed, I drop down to the floor and do 20 sit-ups, 5 push-ups and stretching. No matter what the day has been like, I drop and give myself 20 every single night.
By the time I was 4 or 5, I was doing 250 push-ups and sit-ups a day. When I was 6, we bumped it up to about 500 push-ups and sit-ups a day. Some days it could even be 750 or 1,000.
Push-ups, sit-ups, and a strict diet of raisins. That’s my plan.
Most combat is not a hand-to-hand knife battle that the person who can do the most push-ups is going to end up winning.
I’ve gotten into the habit of cranking out a set of push-ups before each show to get my blood pumping and find my focus. I worked my way up from eight to 30. That was a real accomplishment.
If you grow up with a wrestling coach, you learn differently. If you were late, everything was about push-ups and laps around the gym. I once said, ‘Am I on a wrestling team or a damn track team?’ That resulted in me running for the entire practice. It gives you a certain mentality.
I’m not a person who naturally loves to wake up in the morning and goYeah, I’m going to work out for five hours – wooh!’ Like, that’s not my thing. I’m from Texas. I like to eat carbs. I like to chill out with my friends and do anything but 150 push-ups and sit-ups.
I started working out and doing martial arts when I was about 4 years old, and I was competing by the time I was five or six. So my mom and dad had me doing push-ups and sit-ups from a very young age.
I do a variety of weight-lifting, elliptical glider, stretching exercises, push-ups.
I haven‘t been to the gym since 1998. I simply do push-ups and pull-ups, and I run. That’s all.
I run and do a lot of push-ups and eat healthy.
I eat things I shouldn’t eat all the time. I have to work out so I can enjoy myself! I like to run, and I’ll do body weight stuff: push-ups, squats, lunges, pull-ups.