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Push for better 2022 push-up challenge starts this June

I'm excited to be part of this wonderful initiative by The push-up challenge

The challenge is to complete 3,139 push-ups to reflect the 3,139 Australians who died by suicide in 2020.
This will be my third year of the challenge.
And my second year raising awareness of Cystic Fibrosis
You can join our team Coughing the distance
I've got my 'headzi' and my shirt and am ready to do lots and lots of push-ups!
You can donate (in Australia donations $2 or more are tax deductible) to the team through my page
There are lots of push-ups exercise instruction on the internet:
Crossfit have a simple to follow YouTube instruction with good cues.
EXRX.net is my favourite site because they describe the biomechanics and give links to easier and harder variations. It is more technical in the description.

If you have a favourite push-up instruction page I'd love for you to tell me in the comments.

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