Upper Body & Abs Basics #2


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39 comments on “Upper Body & Abs Basics #2”

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    Private  |  caseyville, illinois

    Did this in the afternoon after work before housecleaning. Only did one round but added 6lb vest. Kept my same modifications as in above post but omitted ball for transformers. I also added 2 extra sets of handstand holds. I do not always add vest but really want to improve pull strength and shoulder for handstands, so i just did one round and took it slow. Warmed up with 10 min of kettlebell work and now will do some intense stretch. I did Body Crush #19 with 6lb vest this morning before work. I don’t normally do two workout 2X a day but i really want to focus this in 3 times a week so i went very slow for strength.

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    Private  | 

    thank yo for this series! i can’t do pull-ups and could not do a minute plank hold. hopefully this will be changing as i saw some improvements already between #1 and #2 in this series. maybe someday i will do an unassisted pull-up!

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    Private  |  FL, USA

    Thank you so much for this series! It’s perfect for my level. Getter my better at pullups! Love doing pull ups because they make me feel so strong! 💪🏼

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