The truth is that anyone can do push-ups, as long as you scale the difficulty of the exercise to suit your current fitness level and weight. With that in mind, a single set of eight to 12 push-ups makes a great starting goal.
How many push ups should a 200 pound man do?
Male Push Ups Standards (lb/reps)
How many pushups can the average man do?
Table: push-up test norms for MEN
|Excellent||> 56||> 47|
Is 20 push ups in a row good?
Push-ups are an excellent form of strength-building exercise, but many people either overdo it or underdo it. … But for an average person, even 50 to 100 push-ups should be enough to maintain a good upper body, provided it is done properly. You can start with 20 push-ups, but do not stick to this number.
How many pushups is considered elite?
For males ages 17 to 21, performing more than 71 pushups in a row would be considered exceptional. Males aged 22 to 26 would be classified as performing “a lot” if they could perform 75 pushups in a row. Females ages 17 to 21 would earn the rank score of 100 percent by completing 42 or more pushups.
Navy SEAL PST Standards
|PST Event||Minimum Standards||Competitive Standards|
|1.5-mile timed run||10:30||9-10 minutes|
How many pushups should I do by age?
Average Number of Push-Ups: Adult Men Push-Up Chart
|15-19 years old||17 or fewer push-ups|
|20-29 years old||16 or fewer push-ups|
|30-39 years old||11 or fewer push-ups|
|40-49 years old||9 or fewer push-ups|
|50-59 years old||6 or fewer push-ups|
Is 30 push ups in a row good?
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.