I biked around 20 miles this week and last as well. Will probably do the same or more this next week. Started doing push ups and crunches and other various easy workout stuff. Horribly out of shape but working on it. Getting a bench soon and will start lifting regularly.
Today Im just cooking and relaxing, maybe some vidya later.
Tuesday: Long walk.
Wednesday: Sick. Walk in the park and housework.
Thursday still sick but biking. I am going to die.
Keep it up everyday a little. unless you want your caved in by a pissed Spitfire
80 diamond pushups
15 fixed bars
3-5km cardio training
3x per week.
I'm gonna make it bois
That is an impressive workout.
All respect to you.
>>1944>100 abs>80 diamond pushups
What are your fitness goals? Generally 20+ reps of anything isn't very useful. Not gonna say ngmi but you could probably be working out more efficiently.
I haven't been able to get a gym membership lately due to time constraints (and wanting to get the best possible deal) so what I've done is do squats and jumping jacks wearing a backpack full of heavy books. It's very cheap (provided you're a student) and effective. I'm going for the "T-Rex build" for now as I've injured my arm and can't do any pushups for now.
Well honestly i just wanna keep my body slender and fit, cardio and strenght on high too.
What do you suggest, anon?
May sound played out but for aesthetics unironically go lift. Lifting drives muscle protein synthesis better than anything else, then to drop bodyfat % just eat on a calorie deficit (cutting, still eat lots of protein of course). I'm about to finish my cut, dropped 30 lbs and my lifts have hardly gone down meaning probably like 27 lbs or so of that was fat, and now I have muscle so I don't look like a skelly. If I was running every day I doubt my lats and traps would be a big as they are now (thanks deadlifting) so I have that masculine massive upper back look starting to stand out now that my beer gut is gone. Now that I'm slim I want to add more muscle mass so I'm going back on a calorie surplus soon.
Get a gym membership, go lift, focus on the Big Four. You won't regret it.