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Active flexibility is the combination of static flexibility in the muscle being stretched, and isometric strength at short muscle lengths in the antagonist of that muscle. So if you have the required static flexibility, then antagonist strength is what's limiting you. I'd suggest two forms of training for this: Attempting to perform the leg raises, and just ...


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Closest to what you're asking for are basically "bars with hooks". Here's a pair from FitBar: Depending on your needs/goals something like a Metolius Rock Ring might end up being more versatile: There are a lot of companies that make similar items; if these don't meet your needs, searching for "obstacle course racing training equipment" ...


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Whether or not something is "moderate" or "vigorous" all depends on how fit you are and how hard you push yourself. There's no solid definition of what it means but in general the intensities are defined like: Light - Easy. Could do this for hours. Examples: A walk around the park. Moderate - A struggle, but nothing you can't handle. ...


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An "adjustable pull-up bar" is the closest thing that you'll find that meets your needs. However, they come in a few variations and no one variation is going to do everything you want as mentioned in your question. The first variety are the pull-up bars designed for doorways. This is where you might find something that is adjustable in width but ...


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Gymnastic rings. They come with straps so you can adjust them to any height. Insanely adaptable.


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The secret to weight-loss is actually really simple: Calories in vs Calories out. Of course, we can go way more in-depth than that, and drinking 10 beers in a day for about 2000 calories vs eating healthy food for the same amount of calories isn't the same, but the gist of things is that if you need, say, 2,5k maintenance calories and eat 2k calories per day,...


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