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Nathan Mcdonald

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Power Level 3100 - 100 push-ups a day in May!

Thanks for visiting my fundraising page. This May, I’m doing 100 push-ups a day to help raise money for Cancer Research UK.

I probably won't be able to do 100 in one go - though my goal by the 31st will be to try do that. I am however going to make the days interesting by adding in some variations. So i will be doing:

JC's Push-up workout on Allo Moves (it's a wonderful 15 (ish - hard to complete in one go!) minute session of push-up pain from the Yoga app) - probably once, maybe twice a week.
Single-arm push-ups (at the moment, i can do two at a time!)
Push-ups with a clap (i did 5 of these the other day in one go!)
Wide-Arm
Regular
Close/Diamond
Walk-out push ups (I weirdly love these!)

Please show your support and help fund life-saving research by making a donation to my page.

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2021-05-07T15:57:24+00:00

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Glyn

2021-04-15T18:08:29+00:00

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Always supporting you. Your are a star and a real role model.

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Olly King

2021-04-15T14:47:03+00:00

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Always smashing it, Nathan - this one's a tough one!

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2021-04-15T10:51:28+00:00

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Fantastic challenge and support for a cause very close to my heart right now. Good luck! X

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Pamela Eachus

2021-04-15T10:12:04+00:00

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