• A simple way to build an exercise habit.
• Set a daily reminder and try your best every day.
• There might be days when you only do a one pushup. That’s ok. Each repetition builds on the habit and your body.
#doIt100days will help you build a sustainable exercise habit by eliminating the usual problems:
• You don’t need to rely on daily motivation.
• You can do it without a gym membership.
• You don’t have to learn complicated exercises.
• You build a habit instead of trying to use willpower.
How does it work?
• Set a daily reminder. Choose a specific time when are you most likely to stick with your pushup routine, “I will do a set of pushups every morning before I eat breakfast at 8am.”
• Do a set of pushups and record the number in the app. Make sure to record them each day or you’ll have to start from the beginning.
• Building the habit by keeping the momentum is your number one goal. Setting personal records comes second. It’s ok if you do only one pushup. What matters is you trying your best.
• If you miss a day you will have to start from the beginning. But don’t let it get to you. Learn from the previous try and start again.
Why 100 days?
You might have heard that it takes 21, 33 or 90 days to form a new habit. We picked 100 for two main reasons:
• To be sure your new exercise habit will be well established.
• Doing pushups every day for 100 days requires commitment. It will separate those who really want to improve their lives from those who think they want it.
• It works most of your muscles: chest, triceps, shoulders, abs, and even legs.
• You can do pushups anywhere and at any time.
• It doesn’t require any equipment.