Upper Body & Abs Basics #3

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I know what it feels like when you lack the strength to do a regular push up. It's been ten years for me, but I still remember. You might have the same frustrated look on your face when trying to do push ups,  like I do on this picture, although my frustration comes from a different reason  - stupid camera... :)... [more]

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43 comments on “Upper Body & Abs Basics #3”

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    Thank you so much for a workout that went back to the basics :)!! I’ve been following you and doing your workouts since 2009 to stay in shape, but rarely post comments (I’m going to get better at it I promise haha). Every time I feel like i’m falling off the wagon, I just watch one of your videos for motivation and my day is always a little brighter.

    3 weeks ago I sprained my LCL and MCL on my right knee and haven’t been able to do any physical activity since. My knee is finally in a okay condition to get back into core workouts as long as there’s no weights and it’s largely upper body. A week ago even doing sit-ups was too painful bc of the slight movement of the knee and any bending killed it :(. Today I used my equalizer for reverse pushups and I could finally hold a plank for 1 min without substantial knee pain!! 😀 It’s the small steps that make all the difference. I absolutely loved this workout.

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    Private  |  Canada

    43 reps- I did regular push-ups and assisted pull-ups. 20lb LB… 25lb just wasn’t comfortable, overhead movements are my weakness.

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