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Is it a goal worth shooting for?
Well I like simple and my goals are very modest right now, so this fits. The only thing I would change is that I would add reps of one hand kettlebell deadlifts (or light swings) to the sets of pullups (X pullups and X one arm kettlebell deadlifts, every minute on the minute for 20-25 minutes. But I don't currently own a kettlebell.
Challenges can sometimes be about more than strength or a particular physiological goal, or transfer to sport or life. We don't always have to optimize. Sometimes we do some things because they are hard (that's why they are referred to as "challenges") and we know they will help us build some discipline or just because we find them to be motivating.I love Paul Chek...he's amazing.
Like everyone is saying, what are your goals?
I think a big problem with a ______ (100rep, 500rep, etc) challenge is the fact that it's really only gratifying to the ego. What's the practical point of that? It sounds cool and tough but likely isn't too effective at anything besides training your body to do tons of bodyweight squats.