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    calishtenics push workout

    all i have is dumbbells and my body, i was going to the gym before and have some experience, also build some muscle. so what do you think of this push workout(chest, triceps, shoulders)

    warm up:
    3 sets of regular pushups (last set is abosulety max)

    after warmup:

    incline pushups 3 sets
    decline pushups 3 sets

    shoulder press 3 sets
    lateral raise 3 sets

    diamond pushups 3 sets
    dips( just for triceps)

    i always go almost to failure sometime literally to failure. what would you change in this program
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    "bring sally up" push up workout.
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    yea, i have done these, do you think i should do these before i do any other exercises, cuz i cant really give my best after i do some and i struggle a lot
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    Originally Posted by szymo05 View Post
    all i have is dumbbells and my body, i was going to the gym before and have some experience, also build some muscle. so what do you think of this push workout(chest, triceps, shoulders)

    warm up:
    3 sets of regular pushups (last set is abosulety max)

    after warmup:

    incline pushups 3 sets
    decline pushups 3 sets

    shoulder press 3 sets
    lateral raise 3 sets

    diamond pushups 3 sets
    dips( just for triceps)

    i always go almost to failure sometime literally to failure. what would you change in this program
    Going to failure is not ideal on a push pull legs style workout. esp because you are doing calisthenics I would make sure you leave a few reps in the tank. Also maybe having 4 different pushup variants is a bit hard on the chest. everything looking good make sure to also hit those rear delts on pull day when u train back to bring the whole shoulder out. You will make solid gains with this plan and some great strength gains
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