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    getting into shape on limited time

    i work anywhere from 70 to 80 hours a week, i get at best 2 hours breaks during the afternoon on weekdays, saturday mornings and sundays off.

    been thinking about dedicating some time into doing some bodyweight/calisthenics stuff which, as far as i can tell from whats on google, is something i can do at home (obviously dont have time to hit a gym on weekdays, and saturday morning/sundays id rather go jogging/cycling i guess) with minimal equipment (if i have to spend a couple hundred euros on some stuff at a sports store thats np tho)

    other than sit ups/lunges/push ups and squats (pull ups too if i can fix a bar at home), what should i be doing? this is basically for beginner before i move on to more complicated/harder stuff, so any written/video guide or useful material in general would be really helpful. Goal would be to build up some muscle/resistance, i'm rather skinny eh. any info regarding food to go for/avoid for this kind of activity is also welcome

    ty

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    Plank is a great bodyweight move, just Google/Youtube if you are unfamiliar with it. Also for doing it correctly for max effect even if you are.

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    Getting in shape meaning as in losing weight, toning up or improving your stamina and cardio?

    There's a lot of websites that help you get into shape http://darebee.com/programs/ is one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dakushisai View Post
    Getting in shape meaning as in losing weight, toning up or improving your stamina and cardio?

    There's a lot of websites that help you get into shape http://darebee.com/programs/ is one of them.


    toning up & stamina and cardio. i have a little bit of fat where abs are supposed to be, but im guessing at 1.76m for 65 kgs its not too bad i guess, shouldnt take superlong to fix that im guessing (cutting down on junk food after my shift ends would probably be enough lol)

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