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From what I've gathered in various interviews, it looked a bit like this. He would have huge peaks when he was getting ready for a big fight. This is what he reported doing daily, his average training time coming in at 55 hours per week. Run 4 miles. Walk 10 miles. > 2,000 (decline) sit ups. > 500 push-ups. > 500 shrugs with a 30 kg barbell He would do ...


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Since you're saying you have less than 3 minutes per session, I'm going to firmly state that you are not going to reach any significant fitness goals. And I would very much welcome being proven wrong here. For your muscles to grow, you need to run them through a catabolic state, and an anabolic state. The catabolic state is acquired when you tear down ...


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Less than three minutes twice a day isn't even enough time to warm up to do any form of strength training. If you can't even warmup, you shouldn't do anything. Spend less time on the toilet, in the shower, and wherever else. If it's a priority, make the time. If you just want to move around for those three minutes, use the kettlebell and do one handed ...


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You may want an app, but to me it sounds like what you're looking for is a coach. Your requirements read like the list of services Fitocracy's online coaches offer (example -- I am not affiliated with the site or the coaches, I use the free app).


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Similar to Urban, i also use Jefit. While i did my own routine (based on the book Bigger, leaner, stronger by Michael Matthews), the app also features community workouts made by other people, these workouts can be filtered by ranking meaning you can chose to follow popular workouts with great reviews. The large workout database allows you to vary your ...


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I've been using this app called Jefit, which is fairly popular, you might have already heard of it. I've created my own routine (based on the equipment available to me) and can record reps and weight for each exercise. They have quite an exhaustive list of exercises for you to choose from broken down by which body part they push. Using this, I can see ...



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