Thread: Calisthenics routine
5/31/2005 5:54am, #1
Here is my calisthenics routine:
3xsets of 40-45 pushups
3xsets of 10 bridges
3xsets of oblique curls
I try to do it every day I'm not at the gym.
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5/31/2005 4:11pm, #2
I'd throw in some bodyweight squats too. You ever read Combat Conditioning Just do the Royal Court and throw some ab exercises in there, you'll be golden.SON OF ODIN
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5/31/2005 4:59pm, #3
You might want to consider throwing in pull-ups/dips (plus the squats already mentioned). Good general routine.
The only other tweak I'd consider adding is a pyramid routine, using all the exercises at each level of the pyramid; rest occurs between steps of the pyramid. The one I used was a 1-10-1 pyramid; x4 pushups, x6 situps, x1 pullups, x4 squats, x2 dips. You go in sequence from 1 to 10 and then back down from the top. The multiplication thingie means that (say at level 2) you'd do 8 pushups, 12 situps, 2 pullups, 8 squats, and 4 dips. You see where this is going. Total routine takes about an hour, if you're really cruising.
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