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  1. ebbaseball is offline

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    12/18/2006 12:36am

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    best overall exercises for newbie

    Ok what is everyones overall best exercises for:
    CONDITIONING/WWEIGHT LOSS (TOTAL BODY AKA: BURPEE)
    UPPER BODY- (HINDU PUH-UP)
    LOWERBODY -(HINDU SQUAT)
    ABS:(bicycle)
    How do you come up with your sets and reps for these?

    I am fairly new to bodyweight training and my goal is more of functionally fit, lose a little weight, ok alot, and increase my flesxibility. I have been avid in the weight room but i am ready to transition to the bodyweight traiing. Also do any of you do yoga and what dvd do oyu suggest?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Posted On:
    12/18/2006 12:42am

    supporting member
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    trainforstrength.com

    Do workout 1 until it's easy, then do workout 2.
    "Emevas,
    You're a scrapper, I like that."-Ronin69
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    Posted On:
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    GtheEE has it summed up perfectly

    b) must be performed equal sets and reps both sides, otherwise muscle imbalance will occur

    (remember it's quantity not quality that counts)

    Feel free to skip a)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebbaseball
    Ok what is everyones overall best exercises for:
    CONDITIONING/WWEIGHT LOSS (TOTAL BODY AKA: BURPEE)
    UPPER BODY- (HINDU PUH-UP)
    LOWERBODY -(HINDU SQUAT)
    ABS:(bicycle)
    How do you come up with your sets and reps for these?

    I am fairly new to bodyweight training and my goal is more of functionally fit, lose a little weight, ok alot, and increase my flesxibility. I have been avid in the weight room but i am ready to transition to the bodyweight traiing. Also do any of you do yoga and what dvd do oyu suggest?
    Thanks in advance.
    On a more serious note

    www.bodweightculture.com is a good resource

    check out the core/abs workout (from one of the BWC guys) here http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=Celciusss ,,

    A thread with a couple of good workouts in it. The 100 burpee routine by Hannibal at the start (Regardless if he actually does it or not) is hardcore http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?t=47458
    Build to it slowly!!!

    What are you training for? Health? Striking? grappling? MMA? General sexyness?
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    Posted On:
    12/18/2006 12:48pm


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    the bodyweight culture stuff is neat, do a search for akuzawa or aunkai and you will find some interesting bodyweight exercises.

    I stopped lifting to do these exercises instead. They are seriously tiring.
  6. Donkey_Fizzle is offline

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    Posted On:
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    Complex movement wieght exercises for lactic/anerobic conditioning.
    Jump rope, resistance rowing and eliptical for cardio.
    Heavy bag to finish up.
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    Posted On:
    12/18/2006 10:05pm


     Style: Throwing, and Matwork

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    Barbell complexes. If you screw up your form, you'll find out! Seriously, I have a lot of beginner **** in my Ultimate Links thread on this page.

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