I've heard about these for awhile but finally bought them a few weeks ago.
They come with a DVD & a laminated workout sheet. The DVD shows you the proper form (which is essential) for each session, and the sheet gives you your workout routine for a three week, day on/day off schedule which is based on the number of push ups you can complete on the first day.
Your routine begins with three 2 minute sessions, each session having different positions and movements to exercise different muscles of your body (core, shoulders, & arms). You eventually move to four 2 minutes sessions, which eventually become four 2 minute sessions with your feet on a chair.
After three weeks you get two days off and then retest your maximum number of push ups so you can repeat the cycle based on your new "set max."
My results: I'm just over two weeks into the program. I could only do 10 push ups so my two minute routine is 8, then 6, then 4, then 2. I do this (with different positioning and grips) four times per day.
I'm skinny so my goal was to look less like Jack Skellington.
While lathering in the shower I've notice that my pecs are having some definition for the first time in my life (awesome!). I'm also pleased with my increasing biceps. To a lesser degree, my abs are firmer as well.
The program is easy to stick to.
And let me say this: I'm a bargain hunter and could not find a real Perfect Pushup for a better price online. Shipping is always the killer for these things, and Walmart will ship to your house for $.95 or do site-to-store for free.
Am I please with the product? Yes! The workouts are short enough that I don't get bored, and I can do them in-between other chores.
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