“Success isn’t always about greatness. It’s about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success. Greatness will come.” – Dwayne Johnson.
If you had started doing pull-ups on February 1st, when we put out the 2020 challenge you would have to complete an average of 6 pull-ups a day every day for the rest of the year in order to complete the challenge by the end of the year. Maybe you can already do 100 pull-ups a day. How quickly can you get this challenge done? Who will do it in the least number of days?
Maybe you can't even do one pull-up today. You'd have to work hard to build up to doing pull-ups consistently. If you trained and were able to do a pull-up by April 1st, you would have to do an average of 7.3 pull-ups every day to finish 2020 by the end of the year. What changes would your body have to undergo )(and/or undergo naturally)? Losing weight might help. Maybe you'll start eating better. You might need to mend that shoulder that's been bugging you. Maybe you would get others to do pull-ups with you for support - and they would start to under go changes too. Strengthening your core would help you too. You think you might do more core work, to help your progress?
What ever your journey with the challenge, if you choose to take on the DHT Challenge #23, post your stories, your progress, your frustrations, your questions here. We (Hans, Liesbet and the DHT Community) would love to cheer you on and support your progress anyway we can.