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Completely agree with Eric Warburton's answer above: Squats, Push ups, and pull ups should be your basis for training without equipment. When it comes to fitness I'd say the saying "All roads lead to Rome" is accurate. However, some are more effective than others. There is a plethora of options for you in the calisthenics area for training. I ...


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I need suggestions for good home workouts that could grow bigger arms/biceps/forearms I only know of push-ups. A simple beginner routine could consist of push-ups targeting the triceps, pecs, and anterior deltoid. pull-ups targeting the lats, traps, posteriod deltoid, biceps, and teres major. squats targeting the glutes, quads, hamstrings, adductor, hip ...


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I'm not sure why all the downvotes but I do think the form could be improved a touch. While I would not say it is highly improper I think the athlete could benefit from squeezing the glutes in a bit more to prevent that lower back rounding. To fix this you just want to make sure you maintain tightness in your core throughout the pushup. Mentioned in that ...


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Imagine the pushup like a bench press, where you do NOT bump the weights together at the top. Think of it more like a bench press with a bar, if you will. So you don't get the triangular motions, because your hands are always a fixed width apart. It looks like you've more or less correctly pointed out that the pectoral muscles are involved in adduction, ...


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