DIPS & PULL UPS!  PULL UPS & DIPS!

GRAB SOME LEMON WATER, BREAK A SWEAT AND TAKE A SIP!

10 sets of 22 dips.  220 total.

10 sets of 13 pull ups (5 different grips).  130 total.

Dips first then immediately into those 13 pull ups for a super set.  Rest for about a minute or two and handle the next set and so on...

22 = 4 = 1+3

13 = 13

A 13/13 workout.

This will definitely target your triceps, Latissimus dorsi, biceps, shoulders, lower chest, core and many more stabilizing muscles.

A lot of people say "Oh, I'd workout, but I don't have access to a gym or have any equipment around the house."

Do you have arms?  Do you have legs?  Do you have a chair?  Do you have a local tree or park or $10-$20 to invest in a pull up bar?  If you've answered yes to all of these questions, your problem is your will not your surroundings.  I have a power tower (pull up/dip station) in my garage.  It cost me a little coin, but the investment has paid off daily since it got delivered.  If you don't have access to a dip bar, you can always use a chair.  If you don't have a pull up bar at home, you can go to your local park with a pull up bar.  If you want to stay in the privacy of your own home, shell out that $10-$20 and get moving.

You may or may not be able to do every rep all at once, but you better not move on until you finish the required amount.  Might sound like too many reps of basic movements, but this is more about making a commitment to yourself as much as it is gaining strength and the mastery of one's body weight.  In this age, people are too quick to do a couple reps then find something to distract themselves and kill their focus (fire).  Let's keep our fire hot.

Heat rises.

Flexafornia™

Life is movement.

Clear Body. Clear Mind. Clear Soul.

CLARITY DAILY

 

*DISCLAIMER* You should always consult your physician or other healthcare provider before changing your diet or starting an exercise program.  We are not liable for any injuries that may occur from following any of our workout routines, nor are we liable for any guarantee of results from performing any of our workout routines.  You are solely responsible for your health, safety and well being.  Lift at your own risk.

 
 

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