Documenting his journey, Browney showed the training he underwent to increase his total number of reps. Half way through the month, he had already got up – 56 pushups in 30 seconds – but he admits his form was shady.
"I think my arms were a little too wide and my core should be a little tighter," he says.
He followed three new guidelines: hands shoulder width apart, arms "lock up" with every rep and height should be around a toilet paper roll above the ground.
After tightening his technique, his reps suffered, although he still reached a half ton.
"The pushups were perfect, but I didn't beat him. I tied him," he says.
In his next attempt he goes three better, setting himself a new personal best using stricter form.
"I don't think I've pushed that hard in my entire life," he says. "I really had to push my limits and push myself."
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