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    Pullups/dips workout

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    Sup fellas..ladyfellas. Just had a quick question here. 3 days a week i do a basic calisthenic workout which consists of pullups, dips, core and legwork. Other days i do circuit workouts with pushups, burpees, etc. and also cardio such as hiking and hockey. For the pullup and dip workouts, how many sets should I be doing. Ive been doing 5 sets of pullups and dips, 10 sets for legs and some planks and situps. I feel like i get a good workout but should i be doing more than 5 sets of pullups and dips? Any suggestions?

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    five sets of...?

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    Anyone?

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    Hey buddy, go fck a kunt

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    Wow..what is your problem? Mr A answered your question with a question. Your response is hideous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VietnamGump View Post
    Hey buddy, go fck a kunt
    So you ask for help then when Mr Anthony asks for more info you tell him to F off? So what was your point?

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    2 sets using enough weight to limit the reps to between 6 and 10. Take both sets to absolute total momentary muscular failure. When you ability to generate enough intensity becomes advanced then maybe consider dropping down to one set.

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    I'm not even sure if that was a recommendation, an insult, or a proposition.......

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    I see VietnamGump will fit right in! Welcome!


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    Hi vietnemgump,

    I believe mr. Anthony was asking how many reps in each set. Basically, your program is fine for general strength and fitness. Since you don't mention what your fitness goals are, I'm assuming general fitness is your goal.

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