- Is doing 20 pushups in a row good?
- How many pushup in a row is good?
- Is 21 push ups in a row good?
- Is 3 sets of 20 push-ups good?
If you can do only 15 or 20, not so great. But then again, researchers found that every pushup you can do over the baseline of 10 decreases the risk of heart disease. Your risk of heart disease is well over 30 times greater than it is for people who can do 40 or more.
The Bottom Line. Even though the experts point out that roughly 10-30 reps is average for most people, and that 30-50 reps is in the “excellent” range – let’s get something straight. The amount of push ups that you can do has very little to do with your age or gender.
Take a look at what the average number of push-ups are for men and women by age to get an idea of where you stand — and learn how to improve your score….Average Number of Push-Ups: Adult Men Push-Up Chart.15-19 years old23-28 push-ups20-29 years old22-28 push-ups30-39 years old17-21 push-ups
You can start with 20 push-ups, but do not stick to this number. If you keep on doing 20 push-ups for three months then your muscles will become familiar with 20 push-ups a day routine and will stop growing. Ideally, you should try to do 3 sets of 12 reps each day. This will help you gain muscle strength.