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TheProphett
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12/17/2015 1:52:30 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
This routine I've formed has proved itself to me and my strength has made great gains. It's an easy routine, actually very easy, but you can do it on a daily basis. I've been doing this over the past few months so here it is:

Warmup:
10 Push-Ups
10 Lunges

Workout:
Part 1: Upper Body
- 4x10 Pushups (4 sets of ten). Take a 20 second break between sets. Count to two when you are down, then go back up. On the ninth pushup on each set count count to 10 instead of 2.
Take a 1 minute break...
- 2x5 Diamond Push-Ups (2 sets of 5)
- The finish of with holding pushup position for as long as you can.
(If applicable, do pullups too (hand over bar grip) so that you do not have a deficiency in your back)

Part 2: Core and Lower Body

- 4x25 Squats (4 sets of 25) **Count to 3 on your way down, and then power up**
- 5x10 Lunges (5 sets of 10)
*- Hold a plank position on your left for 60 seconds.
*-Hold a plank position on your right for 60 seconds.
*- Hold a plank position with both of your fore-arms in front of you for 60 seconds.
**Repeat the plank position 3 times.

So yeah this is what I do. Suggestions on things to add or questions?
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12/17/2015 2:09:34 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 12/17/2015 1:52:30 AM, TheProphett wrote:
This routine I've formed has proved itself to me and my strength has made great gains. It's an easy routine, actually very easy, but you can do it on a daily basis. I've been doing this over the past few months so here it is:

Warmup:
10 Push-Ups
10 Lunges

Workout:
Part 1: Upper Body
- 4x10 Pushups (4 sets of ten). Take a 20 second break between sets. Count to two when you are down, then go back up. On the ninth pushup on each set count count to 10 instead of 2.
Take a 1 minute break...
- 2x5 Diamond Push-Ups (2 sets of 5)
- The finish of with holding pushup position for as long as you can.
(If applicable, do pullups too (hand over bar grip) so that you do not have a deficiency in your back)

Part 2: Core and Lower Body

- 4x25 Squats (4 sets of 25) **Count to 3 on your way down, and then power up**
- 5x10 Lunges (5 sets of 10)
*- Hold a plank position on your left for 60 seconds.
*-Hold a plank position on your right for 60 seconds.
*- Hold a plank position with both of your fore-arms in front of you for 60 seconds.
**Repeat the plank position 3 times.

So yeah this is what I do. Suggestions on things to add or questions?

In addition to a normal weight room/gym routine, but this is something you can do every day.
Topics I would like to debate: https://docs.google.com...

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ColeTrain
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12/17/2015 3:14:30 AM
Posted: 11 months ago
At 12/17/2015 1:52:30 AM, TheProphett wrote:
This routine I've formed has proved itself to me and my strength has made great gains. It's an easy routine, actually very easy, but you can do it on a daily basis. I've been doing this over the past few months so here it is:

Warmup:
10 Push-Ups
10 Lunges

Add some more stretches here... Instead of push-ups, do arm stretches. (across the body and hold it; elbow up, hand behind the head and hold it, etc). I'd also add some stretches like walking high-knees. Walk one step and then pull your knee to your chest and vice versa. It helps stretch you out better before you get into the workout.

Workout:
Part 1: Upper Body
- 4x10 Pushups (4 sets of ten). Take a 20 second break between sets. Count to two when you are down, then go back up. On the ninth pushup on each set count count to 10 instead of 2.
Take a 1 minute break...
- 2x5 Diamond Push-Ups (2 sets of 5)
- The finish of with holding pushup position for as long as you can.
(If applicable, do pullups too (hand over bar grip) so that you do not have a deficiency in your back)

Part 2: Core and Lower Body

- 4x25 Squats (4 sets of 25) **Count to 3 on your way down, and then power up**
- 5x10 Lunges (5 sets of 10)
*- Hold a plank position on your left for 60 seconds.
*-Hold a plank position on your right for 60 seconds.
*- Hold a plank position with both of your fore-arms in front of you for 60 seconds.
**Repeat the plank position 3 times.

So yeah this is what I do. Suggestions on things to add or questions?

Sounds intense. ;)
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