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Welcome to Muscle Forever!

My name’s Will and I love all things health and fitness.

The Diamond Push Up Program
The Diamond Push Up Program

If you’re thinking about doing push ups everyday then let me tell you something, that is a great idea!

The results I’ve achieved from doing calisthenics bodyweight workouts have been fantastic.

I started doing push ups everyday including diamond push ups and lost 50 lbs of body fat.

This lead me to put together three awesome programs to help others build muscle and lose fat.

Transformation Before and After

Programmes

The Diamond Push Up Program
The Fight Club Program
Brad Pitt Fight Club Workout
The Summer Shred Program
The Summer Shred Program

13 Replies to “About”

    1. Hi from London, Steve!

      It’s currently on sale. If you purchase it you’ll be notified of the free updates so don’t worry about that!

      Any questions just shout!

      Thanks

          1. Buying now….
            I quit buying programs. But the simplicity of this is drawing me to it. Lol

            Thanks!

          2. Purchased and read….
            A few Questions:
            1.) The Classic 200 = spread throughout the day while the Classic 2.0 and The Goal is one workout?
            2.) A LOOONG time ago I did this push-up workout where I started with 8 sets of 8 reps. When I hit all the reps with perfect form i did 9×9. The goal was 20×20. Then harder varieties. This is similar, love
            It.
            3.) have you done the Life Saving 40 workout for any extended periods with any results?

            Thanks!!!!! I like the simplicity of this book and program!

          3. Hi Ray, great you’re on the program! 1) ‘The Classic 200’ is about getting in 200 push ups on your workout days. This can be done in as many sets and reps as need be as you build up muscle strength and size. Listen to your body, rest when required and work towards getting in 200 reps on a workout day. 2) When you reach this target you then want to move onto ‘The Classic 200 – 2.0’ which is a structured 200 push ups workout to follow and progress with to get even more gains. ‘The Goal’ is an advanced workout once you’ve completed the ‘The Classic 200 – 2.0’. 3) I have done ‘The Live Saving 40’, it’s a great way to work on and judge your current cardio status. Just like all the workouts in the program, don’t rush the reps, perfect form is everything! Be sure to take as much rest as you need after doing ‘The Live Saving 40’ as you may well be working towards your max reps. Glad you’re loving it! Remember nutrition is key! How’s the diet going? Any questions just let me know!

  1. Hi Will,
    Big fan of push ups and your work, keep up the good stuff! I have a question from my friend who became a grandfather recently and would like to start working out after a long time. He does not really need to be super jacked, his “goal physique” is Robert Downey Jr as Iron Man. Not muscular as some of RDJ’s Avengers co-stars, nor shredded as Brad Pitt in Fight Club or Zac Efron. He would like to know what workout routine would you recommend to get a body like Downey. Anyway, like I said, keep up the good stuff!

  2. Hi Will,
    I wanted to ask you about the cardio routine inside your Diamond Push Ups Program. I would like to do the Life Saving 40 along with the Walking Workout (section 7b of the program). However I do not know how to add the exercises and how many reps should I be doing. Would you please give me a sample “everyday Walking Workout” routine?

    1. Great you’re on the program! The Life Saving 40 and the Walking Workout are two very different workouts with regards to intensity, although they do share cardio benefit goals. What do you mean about adding the exercises?

      1. You mention a few exercises that one can add to the Walking Routine (do not wanna name them here for everyone to see without buying the program, but bench dips from the top of my head). You say that one can do these exercises in between the walking.

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