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#9886 - fefe (04/08/2013) [-]
Skinnyfat here. Any tips to get a bit better? I don't have access to a gym but I can get some weights.
#9887 to #9886 - rety (04/09/2013) [-]
Seriously, just do isometrics and body weight exercises.
NO need for a gym or weights. Also, run and Swim.
#9890 to #9887 - fefe (04/09/2013) [-]
thanks. any good starter workouts?
#9891 to #9890 - rety (04/09/2013) [-]
Best thing about this stuff is that the starter workouts are the same as the advanced workouts.
Just start with push ups, chin ups and pull ups, and crunches.
The ending workouts are push ups, chin ups and pull ups, and crunches.
All that changes is the number of each that you do.

To build up to higher numbers, i suggest starting off with as many of these as you can do in a single set your first Week.
After that, increase your reps by one every week for all workouts.

All that matters is consistently, have a system and stick to it. This thing works well if you do it everyday, but it also works every other day with running and swimming in between.
#9907 to #9891 - fefe (04/09/2013) [-]
actually, ignore what i said. i've heard isometrics are really only good for recovering from an injury (unless you meant plyometrics). would this be good?
ht tp://gre atist. com/fitness/50-bodyweight-exercises-you-can-do-anywhere

For full body I'm thinking 5, 6, 9
Legs: 11, 12, 17
Chest/back: 25, 30, and I need one more (Not sure which tho)
Arms: 34, 35, 37 (for 35 and 37 I'll prolly have dumbbells in hand)
Core: 43, 50, 49
#9906 to #9891 - fefe (04/09/2013) [-]
Don't have a gym or a chinup bar. Any similar exercises?
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