Hundred PushUps for iPhone will help you get your upper body strength on! [Giveaway]

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We're into the second week of Mobile Nations fitness month and it's time to get more serious about your strength training. If upper body strength is on your want list, Hundred PushUps is the perfect app to help get you results. It's a six week program whose ultimate goal is to get you to successfully complete 100 consecutive pushups in a row.

Now, as someone who struggles to complete only 10 pushups (where 5 of them are the girly kind!), I understand how you may instantly feel discouraged by this seemingly insurmountable task. But that's where Hundred Pushups comes in!

With Hundred PushUps' highly acclaimed plan, you will succeed. All you have to do is not give up, and invest a mere 30 minutes a week.

Giveaway

Since it's Mobile Nations fitness month and we want you to be as successful as you possibly can be, so we're gifting away 5 copies of Hundred PushUps to you, our awesome, motivated, and dedicated readers! For a chance to win, just tell us how many pushups you can do now, today. Everyone has to start somewhere! (Must have a US iTunes account to win. Apple's rule, not ours!)

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Leanna Lofte

Former app and photography editor at iMore, Leanna has since moved on to other endeavors. Mother, wife, mathamagician, even though she no longer writes for iMore you can still follow her on Twitter @llofte.

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Hundred PushUps for iPhone will help you get your upper body strength on! [Giveaway]

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i can do about 30 but they are weak pushups. i am about 50 lbs overweight and i am close to developing diabetes so i really need to get into shape.

I've always had trouble gaining weight, and especially muscle. Just bad genetics. My arms and chest especially need lots of work, and I can do maybe 10 girl-style pushups, and like 3 or 4 normal ones. It's pretty bad...

I used to be able to do 100 3 years ago when i was in the Army. Now, well, I embarrassed to say that I can do 30-50, depending on the gravity that day.

The same as Cory--5. I, too, really need that app to finally get some upper body strength (I usually ride my road bike at least 3 days a week @50 miles each day but that does nothing for my upper body)

I had this app on my old Droid phone. I can tell you that if you stick with it, you will get in your 100 push ups. Consecutively. In a row. On the same day. Stick with it though! Good app!

Uh, I don't think I can really do one. I'd love to work up to 100 in 6 weeks, but more than that, my daughter is a little overweight and I think it would be great if we could work at this goal together. Maybe she could show off for her PE class. (They have a push-up benchmark test, but I'm pretty sure they don't need to do 100!)

Usually do sets so just tried 1 set without stopping. Made it up to 50 with bad form near the end. Would like this app!

I can eat about 3 consecutive Push Pops...oh wait, you said Push Ups...
I can do about 3 of those as well.

Had this on my old Pre. It works, did my 100 on Fathers Day 2010. Would love a copy for iPhone, as I can manage 30 now.

I used to be able to do sets of 300 pushups. Now I am out of shape, and can only do 20 without stopping. I could really use this is my quest to become a spartan warrior.

If I accidentally layed on my iPad I could do 1 to get me off it but after removing the IPad I would collapse back on the floor. I want nothing more than to be able to prove this app works so everyone can safety put their iPad on the floor without fear of me falling and not being able to get up and off it!!
Help me help you!

I can currently do about 40-50 at once. I did the 100 pushup deal a few years ago and got up to around 80 at once ... before I quit the program. Keeping track of my progress was a pain using a paper and pen. I'd love to have this app!

I can do 25-30 before my form starts to really suffer. Been trying to work up to 100, but having a hard time sticking to it.

I can do a solid 35 before I'm out of juice. I'd love to get to 100 without batting an eye!

20 :/ i use to be able to do 90 non-stop
but that was three years ago when i was fit
now its hard to start doing good again

I get in between 30 to 50 almost everyday. I've always wanted to try this program because when I was in top shape I used to do between 100 and 150 per day but haven't gotten back to that point in years.

When I'm not tired, I can do around 40. If I'm feeling sluggish (maybe from a fattening breakfast), I can do around 25-30.

Well I am up to about 35 goods ones thanks to the iMore fitness challenge. I can remember when I was actually in shape I could easily do about 100...unfortunately that has been longer ago than I care to remember. I would love to get back there...