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I was really into powerlifting but due to this pandemic I can't go to the gym anymore. So I started doing calisthenics/bodyweight exercise, for me the most useful exercise are these: pull ups: perform them controlled with full range of motion, then chin over the bar and arms fully extended when you descend. This exercise will mainly work your back and your ...


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Most effective exercises are the ones you can stick to! I am not a professional. I like to keep it simple and say that push-up is the best exercise. The 30-day push-up challenge is a thing because it is so simple. Here are other exercises I like: Squats: you will probably need weights (won't be a bodyweight workout) Running: it will stress your joints if ...


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As I guess you are a novice in strength training I would suggest to start with a full-body workout, this means that in a session you try to train as much different muscles as possible. I found that this was more fun and easier to stick to than a split schedule which requires more time and dedication. As you tagged your post with strength-training, this ...


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I think that you're running into one of the limitations of an overly simplistic model like "80/20". Note that I'm not saying the idea behind it is bad, but the way it's being conveyed loses much of the nuance. To speak to what I believe to be the spirit of the model, don't stress about the distance or time per se. Rather make 20% of your runs be ...


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These are the most effective bodyweight exercises for getting a body like you want: hanging (better for lower abs) or dips-position (better for serratus) leg raises, 4x8 up to 90° with bodyweight, move to 4x12 when you're strong enough, you can do then do toes-to-bar which is harder. You can also do similar rep ranges with weight in between your feet when ...


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