Pushup Push is the ultimate pushup training application. In just two weeks, this program will give you a 50% to 100% gain in the amount of pushups you can do.
The Pushup Push Workout was originally developed by former Navy SEAL, Stew Smith (more information on Smith below), to help prospective Navy SEALs train for Navy SEAL Physical Screening Tests. Although developed for the Navy SEALs, Stew Smith's program will help ANYONE, no matter what your current pushup amount is.
-Videos by Stew Smith explaining the two week program and how to do a correct pushup
-A highly detailed sample routine and workout chart to guide you along the two week program
-A notification system to remind you to do your pushups each day
***Due to iOS development guidelines, the application must be opened every day during the two week program for the notification system to operate***
***Pullup Push now available*** Double your pullups in two weeks! Click the "Related" button above to download!
Testimonials from past users:
-"I have just recently done your pushup routine. I went from a max of 60 pushups to 103. It worked great!"
-"I used your pushup program to increase my test scores, jumped from 55 in pushups to 82."
ABOUT STEW SMITH:
Stew Smith is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, a former Navy SEAL Lieutenant, and author of several fitness and self defense books including The Complete Guide to Navy SEAL Fitness, Maximum Fitness, The Special Ops Workouts, and SWAT Fitness. Stew has trained thousands of students for Navy SEAL, Special Forces, SWAT, FBI, ERT and other law enforcement professions.
Stew has made appearances on television shows such as National Geographic Channel's “Fight Science” and in newspaper and magazine features in The Washington Post, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, and Sports Illustrated, further highlighting his expertise in training and fitness.
Disclaimer: Many of these exercises will push your body to its physical limit, making it important to have a buddy watching at all times. We are not responsible for any injury resulting from use of this application. Although this program has been proven to work, results vary from a 50% to 100% improvement in pushup count. Variables such as age, experience, and form can play a factor in your results.
-iOS 11 compatibility
-iPhone X support
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The info that this app supplies can be found on his web page. You just have to manually do the calculations yourself. If I knew this I would not have bought the app, but at the same time it's nice to have all the numbers calculated and scheduled out so you don't have to do any thinking.
Used To Work
I bought this app years ago and used it for a while, deleted it, reinstalled it and used it for a while, deleted it again, and just recently reinstalled it. It definitely used to work the way it was supposed to. I’m seeing two major problems with it now.
1) It’s supposed to multiply your push-ups by 4 but instead multiplies it by 5 so you have to do the math yourself and enter an incorrect number as your max in order to get the right number for your workout.
2) It doesn’t roll to the next day. It stays on day 1 of 14 and you have to add the reps back in manually.
I also have to Pull-up Push app and it does work as advertised. Here’s the funny thing... I never actually used to Pull-up Push app as intended. Instead of following the protocol, I just did my pull-ups 3-4 days a week and I saw great results with it. The Push-up Push app on the other hand, I followed Stew’s protocol exactly, more than once, and I never saw significant progress with it. I’m not sure why.
If you like doing workouts where you have to complete a certain amount of reps in as few sets as possible, this is good for keeping tracking for you, but the developer really needs to fix it.
Uhhh... what exactly is this supposed to do?
Literally nothing in my case. App asked for my max pushups, conducts a calculation, then tells me how many to do and let’s me know I’m on day 1 of 14. After that, all I can do is add or subtract from what I need to do. The app didn’t roll to day 2, has no way to manually roll to day 2. It’s like it was written by someone intentionally trying to rip people off.
I can see the good reviews so I have to assume at some point it worked. If you’re not going to keep up with the app then take it down. I’m not registering with another site to contact the developer either.
I’ll give you a week to fix it or respond to this review. After that I’m asking apple for a refund and highlighting the app for them to remove.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.