Riseman and push-ups?

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    Question Riseman and push-ups?

    Still on the hunt for my first G and something occured to me. As a military member, I do a fair number of push-ups. Do the sensors on the Riseman make push-ups uncomfortable?

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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

    Nope, in my experience.

    When I've worn it working out I wear it a little looser so I can push it up the arm a little e.g. when doing push-ups.

    Time visible in Stopwatch and CTD make it a useful work-out watch.

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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

    Quote Originally Posted by do335 View Post
    Still on the hunt for my first G and something occured to me. As a military member, I do a fair number of push-ups. Do the sensors on the Riseman make push-ups uncomfortable?
    Just curious,how many push-ups can you do in one go?

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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

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    Just curious,how many push-ups can you do in one go?
    about 80-85, depends on the day I guess

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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

    Quote Originally Posted by do335 View Post
    about 80-85, depends on the day I guess
    Standard push-ups?

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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

    Quote Originally Posted by tact View Post
    Standard push-ups?
    Must "break" 90 degrees, can only rest in the up position. For a guy my size (6'2") it's pretty much putting my chin to the ground each time.

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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

    Quote Originally Posted by do335 View Post
    Must "break" 90 degrees, can only rest in the up position. For a guy my size (6'2") it's pretty much putting my chin to the ground each time.
    Good job Buddy!!!Keep it up!!!

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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

    Mine is fine too, I wear it on my left wrist. It may be different if you were to wear it on your right ??
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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

    would be cool if the watch counted reps!
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    Re: Riseman and push-ups?

    Straight as a board, with my chest hitting the ground on each rep, I can barely do 50.

    I've heard people brag about doing 100+ pushups at once, but I've never seen it done lol. I'm still trying to work up to it, though!

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