Beginner Bodyweight Workout Program

Discussion in 'Self Improvement' started by keastman811, Feb 26, 2019.

  1. keastman811

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    Hey Guys! I'm a personal trainer and I've been training for the last 5 years. My degree is in Health Psychology and Exercise Science, and I'm just hoping to be of help to some of you guys since I'm inspired by all of you taking back control of your lives from Porn.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1jscqjOBZSSvuRSN_pG-guTSs3nkZ64N-CRMU2bIt0_o/edit?usp=sharing

    There are hyperlinks included for some of the exercises and explanations of some of the categories on the chart. This is meant to be a beginning bodyweight workout for people who are looking for somewhere to start and don't want to go to a gym but are looking for results. It's not meant to be a complicated program, especially for someone just starting out, it's more important to be consistent with the fundamentals and principles of movement than it is to do complex movements or automatically go for heavy weights.

    Not to say that there's anything wrong with heavy weights (I definitely prefer to do that myself and work towards that with clients), but building your confidence, perfecting technique, and enjoying the process of exercising will go a long way in keeping you healthy and striving for more!

    If you do the program and feel like some of the reps aren't enough or are too much, feel free to adjust to what you can do! No one is the same so this is meant to be a guideline for you to make your own. If you want more after this, or you have access to a gym and you want a program, or have any questions at all I'd be happy to help!

    *disclaimer for other exercise pros who see sit ups on the workout, I usually don't like to give sit ups as exercises, but I know most people feel comfortable and accomplished while doing them so it's mainly to help build confidence. That's why I balance it out with other anti-extension and anti-rotational exercises.
     
  2. TwelveFoot

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    Is the idea a 6 day rotation doing A exercises some days and B some days? Or A and B as different sets in one day?

    Does 30" mean seconds? Actually just realized you're using geo-coordinate markup, so yes.
     
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  3. TwelveFoot

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    Boy, my joints are noisy.
     
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