The Pushup Extravaganza Workout

Written By: Todd Kuslikis
January 12, 2022

There are many reasons why you may want to have stronger arms :

  • Say hello to your neighbor with more fervor
  • Pet your dog with more passion
  • Hold more limes
  • etc

The Pushup Extravaganza Workout inforgraphic

Whatever your reasons are, this workout is all about monstrifying your arms and your general upper body region.

The workout starts with some pull ups, just to get you tired, then hit you with a barrage of pushups.

Can you survive?

Watch my friend Anand killing it doing a round of the workout:

Can you do it better?

INSTRUCTIONS

Do each exercise until failure, rest for 30 seconds, then move to the next exercise. Once you finish one round, rest for 40-50 seconds. Do 4 total rounds.

EXERCISES

ADVANCED MODIFICATIONS

  • Can you do close grip pull ups? If yes, do those instead, they’ll hit your arms more than regular pull ups.
  • Replace barbwire push ups with a more advanced push up variation, like the one arm push up.

BEGINNER MODIFICATIONS

  • If you struggle to do a pull up, you can do assisted pull ups, by having a chair underneath you to offset some of your weight.
  • For wide push ups, just have your hands as wider than shoulder width as possible, it doesn’t have to be exactly “wide.”
  • The same goes for triangle push ups, just put your hands as close as possible, they don’t have to touch.

Click here to download The Pushup Extravaganza Workout Sheets

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  1. Lion

    Hi Todd great workout! How many times a week should this ben done? Sometimes i feel like i could this Evert dat and sometimes i feel like i need 3 days off after this… You gotta advice foto me?
    Keep up the great work!

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  2. Ridwan Mao

    Love one-armed pushups and archer pushups for my chest days. I usually do the pike pushups on my shoulder days (and keep my feet elevated on a platform).

    Also, what helps to really intensify an exercise (especially the diamond pushups) is to slow the cadence down to a 2-1-2 count (2 seconds on the eccentric portion, 1 second pause, 2 seconds on the concentric portion). 10 reps of that and the burn is intense 🙂

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      There are few things better than a few good slow pushups. Keep it up man!

      – Todd

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  3. Joel Waters

    Love these workouts, Todd! Gets me motivated for my workout this afternoon. Going to give it all I got!! Joel

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Thanks, Joel. That’s the spirit!

      – Todd

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    • Rose Currey

      This is awesome!!!! thank you for sharing!

      Reply
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