The headspace Orange Youth Reference Group sweated it out on Saturday in a show of strength towards suicide prevention.
One Strength gym owner Lyle Davis joined the team to push out 3128 push ups as part of the Push-Up Challenge.
The number represents the number of Australians who lost their lives due to mental health issues in 2017.
The Australian-wide initiative has called on groups to take on the challenge to fundraise for headspace national.
From July 8-28 participants will set themselves daily push up targets to represent different mental health statistics in Australia.
VIDEO: Watch the team punch em out ...
Youth Reference Group member Torren Burton said the team decided to pump out all their 3128 push ups in one day to "make a big day out of it" in order to create maximum awareness.
"We want people to know there are people who care," he said.
Reference group member Winona Gray said youth suicide really "shakes and rattles" an entire community.
"Being the ages we are, seeing someone else struggle really hits home," she said.
"That's why we want to get the awareness out there."
headspace held a community barbecue on Saturday with gold-coin donation sausages and drinks available.
Mr Davis set himself a target of 10 push ups a minute for four hours.
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