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push-up

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(engineering)
Concave bottom contour of a plastic container; allows an even bearing surface on the outer edge and prevents the container from rocking.
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High-intensity: For your shoulders, do one-minute burnouts of one to two sets of military presses; for your back, do chest presses with weights and assisted pull-ups; for your triceps, do diamond push-ups and biceps hammer curls with a kettle bell (fast up, slow down, then reverse).
Those who could do more than 40 push-ups during a time test were e 96% less likely to develop a heart problem compared to those who could do no more than 10.
In other words, when a treadmill and exercise tolerance testing is not available, can you just see how many push-ups a person can do as a quick and dirty way (really dirty if the floor is very dirty) to determine a person's cardiovascular health status and risk for future bad events?
Incredibly, the researchers found that men who could do more than 40 push-ups had a 96% reduced risk of heart disease than those who could do less than 10 push-ups.
The clip shows the van pulling out of a disabled parking bay with Peake on top - it then starts accelerating as it passes retail stores Boots, New Look, JD and H&M while Peake begins his push-ups.
Speaking to SANA, Coach Isber Elias said that Skaty managed to complete 52 push-ups by the using his thumb and index finger only as he broke the Guinness World Record set by the Egyptian Mohammed Ali Zeinhom who completed 46 push-ups, adding that this achievement came after an arduous exercise in accordance with an intensive training program.
But what followed was the highlight of the day: he saluted the Pakistan flag flying above the Pavilion and performed a series of push-ups that left his teammates and fans equally amused.
Stuffing (1 ball) - 15 minutes cycling or 12 minutes of push-ups
Created by researchers at the University of Tokyo, this 5 A1/2 feet tall robot can not only run for half a day, but also do push-ups for 11 minutes without having to be recharged.
"The push-ups are not related to cricket," Afzal said during a standing committee meeting in Islamabad.
Thousands of people worldwide have taken on the 22 push-ups challenge to raise awareness of military veteran suicide - and it involves filming yourself doing 22 push-ups every day for 22 days.
After figures revealed that 22 former servicemen and women in the United States take their own lives each day, social media users have been nominating each other to complete 22 push-ups every day for 22 days.