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How does /fit/ feel about bodyweight training?

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How does /fit/ feel about bodyweight training?
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If done right it can lead to some decentgains and cool poses.

If done wrong, like anything like your pic, it will lead to nothing.
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>>35186768
I do it. It's gotten me from skinny as shit to ottermode so I feel pretty positive about it
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>>35186816
Nice meme :^)
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>>35186806
Any advice?
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>>35186986
As with any training method you need to progress in force output to improve. You don't get that by doing 100 rep pushup sets.

Read 'Overcoming Gravity'.
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I think a combination of lifting and bodyweight traning is the best. You can look aesthetic and still beable to actually use your body for something cool
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>lats are now abs

into the trash
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>>35186768
protip neila rey is a hack
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>>35187285
Thank you based anon
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>>35186768
anyone have a good routine for bodyweigth ?
i visit the family for 3week and no gym ...
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>>35186768
Its different to weight training 9/10 times, the average person will get their goals faster doing weights. Weights are better for most people, simply because they are easier to microload and take less prep-work, skill work and time. People find that bodyweight training is either too difficult to progress, don't see any progress, or think its endless rounds of basic skills for endurance.

I love it and I do calisthenics preferentially to weights: though I do both. I like the skill elements, I like the integrated mobility that comes as part of it, I like the demands of balance, and I think it fits really well with parkour and other disciplines I'm interested in.
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>>35187467
An easy to follow one with passable results/programming is the r/bodyweightfitness recommended routine. Start-bodyweight routine is also passable.

otherwise check the bodyweight general thread over at /asp/ for more complex routines. If you want something simple, do the r/bodyweight one. Pretty balanced, 3 sessions a week.
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>>35186768
go to /asp/
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