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    Ran 1 mile to the park and did Day 1 of Simple Fit level 6 and ran home.

    Simple Fit Level 6 - do as many sets of 3 fully extended strict pullups, 6 pushups and 10 squats as you can in 20 minutes - did 27sets

    bodyweight exercises, bodyweight workout
    That SF count is impressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 70in2012 View Post
    That SF count is impressive.
    Thanks! Have you tried the Simple Fit workouts? They are simple and progressive, kind of fun to do for a few months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck416 View Post
    Thanks! Have you tried the Simple Fit workouts? They are simple and progressive, kind of fun to do for a few months.
    Yes indeed. I have posted my work outs in this thread earlier as well.
    I love the simplicity of the routine.

    I have bastardized it a bit though. I do 5 sets of 10 reps each with each rep being 1 closed grip pull up + 2 diamond push ups + 3 air squats (so 50 pull ups, 100 push ups and 150 squats in all). I try and do it under 15 minutes with about 30 seconds rest between rest. Almost like a HIIT training routine.
    When i was trying to lose weight (Jan/Feb) of this year, i did this routine and only this routine, 5 days a week.

    Simplicity helps the consistency part and together they have made a big difference to my fitness.

    Recently i have been using another variation as a warm up routine when i lift weights: 5 reps of 3 closed grip pull ups + 5 diamond push ups + 5 squats (so 15 pull ups, 25push ups and 25 squats in all). Nice full body warm up to get going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 70in2012 View Post
    Yes indeed. I have posted my work outs in this thread earlier as well.
    I love the simplicity of the routine.

    I have bastardized it a bit though. I do 5 sets of 10 reps each with each rep being 1 closed grip pull up + 2 diamond push ups + 3 air squats (so 50 pull ups, 100 push ups and 150 squats in all). I try and do it under 15 minutes with about 30 seconds rest between rest. Almost like a HIIT training routine.
    When i was trying to lose weight (Jan/Feb) of this year, i did this routine and only this routine, 5 days a week.

    Simplicity helps the consistency part and together they have made a big difference to my fitness.

    Recently i have been using another variation as a warm up routine when i lift weights: 5 reps of 3 closed grip pull ups + 5 diamond push ups + 5 squats (so 15 pull ups, 25push ups and 25 squats in all). Nice full body warm up to get going.
    Great stuff. Thanks for some good ideas. I wonder about using the same simple formula of reps and sets using weights for variety - weighted pullups, bench press(or DB press or weighted dips) and squats

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    Not looking forward to first workout of 2013. I will be elbowing my way to the squat rack through the hoard of "resolutioners". It should be back to normal in a few weeks. Hopefully a few of them will stick with it.

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    For the first workout of the year at my local CrossFit box (on New Years day) we did a tag team WOD. Teams of 3 working through 2013m row, 113 KB swings, 113 wall ball squats, 113 hand release pushups and 440m run. The key was that one of the team had to be held off the ground while any work was being done. It was hilarious watching the various ways people came up with to hold their teammate off the ground.

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