Bodyweight workouts can hold spice and variety from your normal weight training schedule and are a great way to build muscle and reduce fat. They hold a distinct advantage of being able to be done anywhere or at any time. To increase the intensity level of these exercises have about a 30 to 45 second rest between sets.
Sometimes in life you feel as though you need to change it up a bit, revitalize your life and your workout. This can happen with your new best friend... the calisthenics program that you can create for yourself which can actually give you a new lease on life and your workout. Go ahead and mix up the exercises from the Man VS Weight website link below to create that new life that we are all so deserving of having.
My friend Gymless Steve is the genius behind this amazing complete catalog of calisthenics exercises. Get ready to feast your eyes upon some amazing knowledge. There are complete instructions on how to do the exercises... heck he even has videos that demonstrate how to do the exercises properly. It's just that easy... follow along with Steve's instructions and you shall be fit as a fiddle and ready to dance to a new level of fitness! Thank you Gymless Steve for providing all of us with such great information.
If you find yourself needing to get fit at home or on the road as you travel, bodyweight exercises can be the magic tool in your workout bag. Go ahead and mix up the exercises from the periodic table below to create a kick booty workout program. The table is a clickable infograph that will show you an instructional video of how to do that exercise, just hover over the exercise icon and click… your video pops up. Just make sure to hit the back button and come back here to learn more on this exercise program.
Mike Volkin is the genius behind this infograph. The exercises are divided by primary muscle group worked, but please note, that many of these exercises work multiple body parts. I’d like to thank Mike for the opportunity to share his infograph on my website.
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Don’t forget to warm up beforehand for about five minutes, just to get the blood flowing and the muscles primed ready to get a great workout in. Depending on your level of fitness perform each exercise for 30 seconds to 2 minutes, with a rest period of 30 to 45 seconds between sets. If you are a beginner let’s shoot for at least 10 minutes per day with this new workout program. As you get more advanced in your workouts try to design about a 30 to 45 minute workout and don’t forget your 10 minute cool down at the end.
This bodyweight workout schedule has many advantages leaving you with added value over and over again. See the list below for all the ways that you will win big time.
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