Question on push-ups - do you ever start from the "up" position rather than down on the ground? Pushing off the ground the first time is obviously the hardest part, and sometimes causes you to do less than you could normally do if you were already off the ground.
L1D2, 6:20. Pretty amazing how quickly you improve.
I did proper pull-ups for the first 3 rounds and then went to rows for the final 2.
I feel like maybe you shouldn't be so worried about time for Day 2. It could be looked at as just a regular workout, 5 sets. With the time element you may be rushing more than you should, rather than doing nice slow reps.
Yea def a PR. A big part of it though is that I started doing the push-ups mostly from the "up" position rather than down on the ground. After a bunch of sets, that one first push off of the ground becomes difficult.