The majority of people that train with their bodyweight in the comfort of their own home, stick to basic pushups, pullups, and bodyweight squats. These are great movements, but are only a small fraction of what you can do with your own bodyweight.
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If your goal is to take your bodyweight training to the next level and make it more effective, you need to think more about movement. In other words, what can you add to your current movements to make them more complex and multi-directional? Complex and multi-directional movements will help you engage more muscle mass and thus give you a more leaner and athletic look.
Don’t believe this method will work for you? Well have you ever observed the physiques and athletic fitness of dancers, gymnasts, and yogis (people who practice yoga)? Do you really think that these athletes have built up their amazing bodies just by sticking to pushups, pullups, and bodyweight squats?
What they are doing is moving their bodies through a variety of directions and movements. These movements are all strung together in a single routine. But, the main idea is that their multi directional movements are working a tremendous amount of muscle all at once.
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