sinisterminister wrote: »
That I can do to train, without lifting MUCH weights. Right now I mostly hit my heavy bag, run, and do light weights (curls, bench/inclined, flys), and ab workouts.
Mostly I just hit my heavy bag for an hour or so every day though.
TruthWielder wrote: »
Isometric Pushups, Indian Pushups, one handed pushups
V-Sits, Leg raises, hanging leg raises, knee ups
Squats, Indian Squats, one legged squats
Planks, lunges, calf raises, and pull ups
^All very good and don't need any equipment. Youtube has plenty of demonstrations. I stress the awesomeness of pull ups.
Protopangraphy wrote: »
You should go to the gym and work out there, where they have more equipment. Going to the gym will also increase your performance, as you will have external incentives to progress, as opposed to the internal incentives that are associated with home exercise.
When there is no competition, evolutionary progress slows to a snails pace. You need to go lift in front of attractive women and near fit males. Lifting alone is a waste of time and it will lead to stagnation. You need proof that there are people out there who can at least inspire you to work harder. You cannot do it on your own (remember, this is a law of nature, so don't say otherwise).
Lethargica wrote: »
You can always add resistance when you run like carrying weight on your ankles.
weathers wrote: »
What are you trying to achieve? Muscle growth, fat loss, bit of both, some of neither, down the road to the right?