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BaiTu private msg quote post Address this user
My gym membership has ended and my goals have changed.

I'd like to focus for a few months on bodyweight exercises and flexibility.

But I'd also like to have a plan and not just make things up by feel as I go along.

Do you have any recommendations for bodyweight training plans?
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I would find a base number for each movement like dips, pushups, bw squats. and then everyday add 2 or 3. Obviously start with something that isnt super damn hard. But 20 pushups for 2 or 3 sets. then the next time youll do 23 for whatever amounts of sets. And flexibility. Make sure you hav ea way of measuring. not just. I touched my toes for 10 seconds that time.
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Might want to look into a calisthenics type program.. I can't point you in the right direction, but it's just another option.
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BaiTu private msg quote post Address this user
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Originally Posted by SOLARSUPLEX
I would find a base number for each movement like dips, pushups, bw squats. and then everyday add 2 or 3. Obviously start with something that isnt super damn hard. But 20 pushups for 2 or 3 sets. then the next time youll do 23 for whatever amounts of sets. And flexibility. Make sure you hav ea way of measuring. not just. I touched my toes for 10 seconds that time.


This sounds a bit like making it up myself as I go.

I don't want to pick a number myself, but I want to follow something already established.

I'm thinking something like PHAT, Starting Strength or 5-3-1 but specifically using bodyweight exercises.
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take a look at this
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BaiTu private msg quote post Address this user
@teewhat that's an interesting video, but what I'm looking for is a workout plan, not a list of exercises to do.
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http://www.muscleandstrength.com/workouts/body-god-complete-bodyweight-muscle-building-plan

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Frostshock private msg quote post Address this user
Can try looking up Frank Madranos workout?
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BaiTu private msg quote post Address this user
@Frostshock @eknight Thanks those were good suggestions. I appreciate it.

I also found some interesting stuff at http://neilarey.com/ if anyone is interested.
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