British Forces Brunei and 1st Battalion, The Royal Gurkha Rifles have released this incredible 22 Push-up Challenge video:
The video shows scores of soldiers performing 22 push-ups in unison with cinematic camera pans showing the scale of their achievement.
One commenter on Facebook said:
Those participating in a 22 push up video record themselves stating their name and why they’ve accepted the challenge before doing 22 press-ups before calling out three friends to do the same.
The videos are then posted on social media using the hashtags #22pushup and #22Kill.
People are taking the challenge to raise money for the veterans charity Combat Stress to raise awareness of those who suffer with mental health issues.
The phenomenon started in America. 22 is the same as the number of United States veterans who commit suicide every day.
Some people, like veteran Mark Ormrod, are performing 22 push-ups every day for 22 days.
The former Royal Marine lost three limbs in Afghanistan after stepping on an improvised explosive device on Christmas Eve 2007.
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