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For any antagonist exercise, reverse the primary exercise, and keep the same angles and range of motion. For the pushup, that would be an inverted row with your hands on a fixed bar, with your feet elevated on a box such that your body is horizontal at the top of the row. A ring row (with hands on rings or a suspension trainer) would similarly reverse a ...


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Do I understand correctly that you are not able to do any push-ups after 3 days of your last workout? I think you are attacking your problem wrong. You should not force your body to something, pick up a proper wprkout program, stick to it and watch your diet. Muscles and Strength will come - be patient, dont rush - what comes fast, goes fast ... you will ...


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Soreness Cherish it. It's not a way of measuring how effective your workout was, but it should tell you that you've done something out of your comfort zone, and that's good! The more you train, the less of it you'll have. But generally, don't worry about it. Sudden weakness This is important. Learn this immediately!! When you train, you break the muscle ...


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Your plan is OK for fitness and weight loss,few points you need to consider. Drink Water, Especially Before Meals. Eat Eggs For Breakfast. Drink Coffee (Preferably Black). Drink Green Tea. Cook With Coconut Oil. Go on a Low Carb Diet. Exercise Portion Control or Count Calories. These are help you...


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Your plan is OK for fitness and weight loss, however there are a few points you need to consider. BMI is somewhat flawed, since it is unable to take body composition into account - if you build upper body muscle, your BMI may not drop even though you are in much better shape. A better indication of your weight loss progress is a combination of body weight ...



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