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In addition to Alecs good answer and the comments I wanted to add, that there a a lot of different dodyweight trainings availible today. Starting with different polpular Books like Mark Lauren - You are your own gym https://www.marklauren.com/ or perhaps in your case better: Paul wade - Convict conditioning http://www.dragondoor.com/b41/ which are ...


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If you want to let your "pushup muscles" rest, that's good. I would suggest throwing in pullups and squats, either on the same day as you do pushups, or on the days in between. This way, you're not only training chest/triceps, but also working upper back, biceps, and legs. There are a million different bodyweight exercises you can do with minimal ...


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You need rest so your body can have time to recover. If you're not stressing it a lot, it won't need to recover as much. A crude but effective guide can be whether or not you're stronger (or "fresher") on Wednesday than you are on Monday (since Tuesday is your current rest day). If you're knocking out the same level of intensity and time on Wednesday as ...


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First, nice icon. :) Second, just listen to your body. No one can say how much is too much (and will lead to overtraining). Just familiarize yourself with the symptoms of overtraining and be aware of it. There's a difference between being lazy and being tired from overtraining. If you find yourself excessively tired and without motivation or you find your ...



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