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Old 05-26-2007, 09:26 PM   #6
Steven Low
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It helps to have goals especially with bodyweight exercises. For example, a one arm pullup or 10 HSPUs... thus, you can work towards those with progressive resistance bodyweight exercises. Remember, good goals always have to be something numerically attainable -- e.g. gaining muscle mass is not a good goal. OTOH, gaining 10 lbs of muscle mass is a good goal.

If you don't have any goals it makes it hard to plan a program and you're just doing a random hodgepodge of stuff which usually does NOT work so well. Plus, if you have a goal we can help give you exercises rather than just say go find some when what you're doing may or may not cater towards what you want to do.
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