im in track and field and 5 days a week i do sprint workouts like 2x400m sprints 2x300m sprints, 2x200m sprints and 1x100m sprints.
when i get home i do push ups and ab workouts one day and Australian pull ups and handstands the next day.[/quote]
Any reason you’re not doing any weight training, especially after all the other threads you’ve been through?
I think you’re in-season or pre-season now, right? Your weight training workouts at this point should be complementary to your practices, but the stuff you’re doing won’t really have any major effect on your running one way or the other. It’s not making you a better runner and it’s not well-designed to build strength and muscle through your entire body.
It’s a bummer, but I think (again) you should consider following a lifting plan by someone like Dan John, Jim Wendler, or JoeDeFranco. You’ll improve your pull-ups along the way with the neat added bonus of actually getting stronger, more muscular, and becoming a better athlete.
What does a push up app do? Seriously, I don’t actually understand what an app for pushups could do.[/quote]
I know Martin Rooney put one together that describes a bunch of push-up variations, has several push-up-based workouts, and can track the day’s totals.