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Given the equipment, you can do a lot of brutal Complexes. They won't get your strength up like real strength workouts will, but you can build some muscle and drop a lot of fat. Tuminello's weight plate complex is a good one to throw in your rotation. Perform the complex five times with only 90 seconds rest between each round. 6-8 Overhead Squat 6-8 ...


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If you've undergone strength building programs such as Strong Lift's 5X5, then, the only way you'll derive much benefits from a 45-lb plate is through high intensity and high repetitions/sets. While compound exercises are highly recommended, a lot of high repetitions/sets exercises are isolation movements (which allows some parts of the body to rest while ...


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I personally went from overweight to gaining muscle using jogging twice a week and bodyweight exercises three times a week. The run was a C25k program. Once I hit 5K I focused on improving my time slightly but haven't gone any further as it suits my schedule (25 mins) As for the bodyweight exercises, I went with using a suspension system (TRX) for safety ...


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Yes, you certainly can. Zod's routine is a good starting point, and is a great workout. But the progressions in that routine are in numbers and frequency, which means that you'll eventually plateau on strength. In order to get ripped with bodyweight exercise, you'll need a true strength training program that progresses in difficulty as well. There are ...


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The answer is a resounding YES. Body weight exercises can bulk up your body with muscles, give you six pack, strong arms, and legs. It can even get you a babe (okay, that last part isn't true :)). Tons of body exercises exist to sculpt your body. Variations of pull ups, chin ups, and plank exist. Push up is one of the most popular body weight exercises ...


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The mats are a good idea even if you are in a single family home on the ground floor. They will help protect both the floor and your equipment. Any lift where there is a risk of dropping the weight can't be done in an apartment. It's for the same reason you can't run and jump without bothering your neighbors. Impact noise travels through ceilings and ...


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No, the cable pull will not be a perfect substitute for a deadlift. Looking at the pictures above, it's very clear that the angle of the cable pull is much different than that of a typical deadlift. As a result, the effects on the engaged muscles will be different from those engaged in deadlift. A traditional deadlift engages your thigh and arms' muscles ...



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