Barnaby Walters uses his open source HTML+CSS+JS Pushups web app (download to clone) to track (nose touch activated) and post (via Taproot's micropub support) pushups as a note variant with inline prose hashtag "#pushups" to waterpigs.co.uk since at least 2013-10-14. Example:
Aaron Parecki uses his open source pushup-counter iOS app to track (nose touch activated) and post (via p3k's micropub support) pushups to aaronparecki.com (through p3k#Pushups) since at least 2013-11-28(or earlier?). Example:
The following IndieWeb examples document pushups tracking but as a note (or other common post type) without any way of seeing all posts of that type.
- 2017-001: http://tantek.com/2017/001/t2/100pushupchallenge-initial-test (single set)
- 2017-041: http://tantek.com/2017/041/t1/100pushupchallenge-week-4 (multiple sets, multiple days)
No consistent structure yet, requires human interpretation.
Beeminder has a native Android app for tracking (nose touch activated) pushups and posting them to both Beeminder and your own site.
Tantek Çelik on Twitter posted a few pushups logging examples of multiple sets: