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The bodyweight fitness app comes with video demonstrations.
I recommend using the app. It makes everything much easier
Don't know his app, but "bodyweight fitness" has the RR and other routines, is opensource and free. It has timers, different progressions and videos.
It is called Bodyweight Fitness and it uses the hand icon from the top of this reddit as its icon.
Here it is in the play store, I believe it is available on iPhone as well.
Also I use this pdf for cues [link]
Download the bodyweight fitness app and just do the first set of the warm up.
That's 30 seconds of very light activity. Then look at
the next excercise and see if you feel like doing it.
You don't even have to get changed.
You don't have to Google it, r/bodyweightfitness has an app for it.
This but it hasn't beed updated to the new RR. Sure you can drink whey protein after a workout to help recovery and growth, but be sure to have a solid food intake as whey protein is only a supplement, not a replacement. You can check your tdee for your goals.
Molding Mobility and Starting Stretching.
Since you asked for an app. Recently it had been added to this app called Bodyweight Fitness.
Do it! Starting Calisthenics has been so fun! Love the excitement of new exercises and freedom to do them basically everywhere!
The recommended routine is a great place to start!
I also use the app, [link] it was created specifically for this reddit!
r/bodyweightfitness has a workout app
Check out this app which is the mobile version of the Recommended Routine proposed on the sidebar.
You can track your workouts and it's free.
I did the beginner routine that has an app with it. I think they link to it on their FAQ somewhere. I did it years ago when I didn't have access to a gym. I really liked it, it's easy to get into, and gives ideas on how to utilise your home for certain exercises. Some i had to leave out simply because i didn't have space. But it's good if you wanna get to learn the basics first. And there's progressions from beginner-intermidate-advanced. So you don't stall. I'd also suggest you look up antranik (u/antranik) He's so good and easy to follow. Has a sub here r/antranik and does YouTube vids with bodyweight/calisthenics exercises. I know he's not a woman though 🙈. But he's really great!
I definitely got results, particularly my core got lots of work (not as significant as with lifting, but i slacked a little too). I have no pictures to show sadly. L-sit is my favorite core exercise in the world. I lost interest because I found lifting to be far more enjoyable, but would still recommend. I do implement some of the stuff in my routines still. It's still good shit.
edit: I think the RR I followed was the pre 2018 one, and maybe the app adheres to the older RR and seems to not be linked to anymore in their FAQ. I couldn't find it anyway. I still would recommend it though.
App from r/bodyweightfitness: Not sure if I'm allowed to link to it, but imma gamble and do it anyway: [link]
You probably won't like the responses you get.
Skipping legs is pretty much heresy in /r/gainit, for good reason.
Using cable machines as a primary workout is also frowned upon, also for good reason.
The low volume (3x5, even considering an AMRAP set) is facepalm-worthy.
If you wanna bulk and gain muscle, your best chance of success is to pick any one of the many linear progression programs that utilize compound, full-body lifts, and stick with it. You're still pre-"noob gains," so you have everything to gain from a solid, consistent lifting foundation. Don't squander your time with fuckarounditis.
If a gym membership (even the YMCA?) is too much for you, you will be best served by /r/bodyweightfitness and following their recommended routine progression. They even have an app to make it even simpler to start training.
First, check out /r/bodyweightfitness and their amazing FAQ! Next, you can use this app to follow along with their recommended routine.
And links to the Play Store page and the git repository, since it's free and open source.
No problem. There is a great app on at least Android called "bodyweight fitness." It's free and FOSS, and has all of the routine, along with a couple of related mobility/stretching routines. It has gifs/videos of each workout, along with timers and progressions:
Great app that got me to do the routine consistently.
As a beginner, I would like to have a section didicated to learning moves, or maybe just a list of them with pictures, videos. The bodyweight fitness app is a great source of inspiration.
Are you associated with this app or is someone just jacking your video? It's a nice app but I would not want to support theft. [link]
Have you tried the BWF app? It sounds like exactly what you're looking for
You can see from the gifs or view the YouTube video from the app. It's been immensely useful for me so far
Try bodyweight fitness and movesdb app?
P.s- they are on android.
There is an app, but it's just for the RR afaik. It also has molding mobility and starting stretching, along with some neat record-keeping features. I don't know if it's available for iOS, but it's available on the Play Store. Bodyweight Fitness.
Cool. I'm sure you're aware of the potential risks and it sounds as if you have a good plan. But it is still worth mentioning as a lot of the posts on the net (and even in here) will not be of everyday mediocre gainers like myself, but rather those who are confident about their progress.
If I was to give you a last advice it would be to not become to scientific about it. The gains come while training, not while surfing the web for the ultimate routine. The RR is extremely good for steady progress and as good as any other you'll find as it is created, tuned and approved by a huge community. There is even an app that runs you through it that is very useful both for logging progress as well as for getting into it. Android here, and iPhone here
> I don't have the capacity to even complete a single pull up. Is there a way to build strength to get myself into a position where I can?
Absolutely! First and foremost: you have done your research. Stop looking and start doing. If you can't do a push-up that is fine, start with the vertical progression (standing, leaning toward a wall or counter top.) As for pull-ups they are an advanced part of the Recommended Routine! You do not do pull-ups or dips until you have advanced to diamond push-ups. So, stop fretting and do your first workout!
Also, download the Bodyweight Fitness app on your phone. It allows you to pick the progression you are at and shows a gif of the exercise and has a launcher to open the video if you need to consult form as you're going. Highly recommended!
Last year when i checked out the recommended routine thread on this subreddit this app was also linked. Still works perfect for me.
Not 100% sure if it's still up to date, maybe check out the recommended routine thread aswell.
r/bodyweightfitness routines app. This one. It's basically a guide with timers to follow some of their recommended routines.
Not sure if one you refer to exists, however:
The recommended routine on this subreddit has an app that is fully formatted and also comes with a daily mobility routine, all with videos, a rest timer and workout progressions!
Check it out:
Make sure to check out /u/mazurio's Bodyweight Fitness app (android) (iOS). You'll have all the exercises listed in it, and in addition, you'll be able to keep logs on how'd your workout go.
I dont know why most people dont use it but for the old RR this app is exactly the routine along with the way on how to do the exercises.
The bodyweight fitness subreddit has an associated app if you want something that doesn't require any equipment and is free. I also really like Aaptiv (subscription-based) which is all audio guided workouts, but you can search by type with everything from stretching and yoga to strength to running. I think fitness blender lets you filter by equipment, but I think it's just a website, not an app
[link] the r/bodyweightfitness app has both! But it also has a strength routine, and I found it to be more than what I wanted. Thanks for the feedback!
This is a much better one, but it requires some dedication as it's an actual bodyweight fitness training app. Avoid it if you just want to get sweaty and pretend you worked out, but if you want to get fit it's excellent.
See also /r/bodyweightfitness
It's formatted way better here, and you can also get the Android App which I find quite useful.
Try starting with /r/bodyweightfitness to get an idea of what works for beginners. There's heaps of info, there and I've heard its a really welcoming community. They also have their own app, which I've not used (I use progression), but have seen recommended here a couple of times.
Good luck on your fitness journey, mate!
Difficult since everyone is at a different progression. But download the mobile app, it basically does that. You pick the progressions you want and it has a gif looping and you can launch the video from there if you need.
Here's the routine in this sub's wiki
Here's a free very good android app that helps you do the routine
There is an android app called "bodyweight fitness" that is free, and covers the older, but still good version of the recommended routine:
I've been doing it for a couple of years, and it's challenging but effective.
The key to the workout is that once hit 3x8 sets of an exercise, move up to the next hardest variant in your next session and start over with low reps. Regular push-ups become diamond push-ups become plank push-ups, etc. Also, like any other routine, good form beats difficulty or reps. 1 good form pushup is better than 10 with bad form. Start small, keep your form right, and you will progress.
You can do about 70% of the workout without any equipment, but a pull up bar is really important. It's not an exercise you want to skip. They tend to run about $20, less if you hit up thrift stores. Those always have sports equipment in good shape near the end of summer.
The subbreddit can be intimidating, but it has lots of resources for new comers. Come on over, read the sidebar, and just dig in. You'll be glad you did.
The app is called Bodyweight Fitness. It was created by one of the people on the subreddit. Here's the one. It's also available in apple store. Honestly all I use for the exercises are an old yoga mat. Resistance bands are used for some exercises but I still haven't gotten around to buying them. The only other equipment needed is your body lol. Try it out if you like it!
Bodyweight Fitness is based on the /r/bodyweightfitness Recommended Routine.
Completely free and well suited when you work out at home.
I spend a lot of my time at my desk too, so I started searching for some stretching exercises or maybe some workouts to be carried at home. And I found them BOTH on a single android app: [link]
It shakes laziness out of my body in the morning.
You might like this app, has a lot of useful information (shows a short gif of each exercise progression's correct form) and stat tracking: [link]
Not sure if this specific app is also out for iOS but I bet if you search on the Apple Store you'll find something roughly equivalent
No, I'm not lifting any weights in addition to the recommended routine. I use this Android app made by someone over at /r/bodyweightfitness
And for easier consumption the strating stretching and molding mobility routines are part of the bodyweight fitness app here: [link] and here: [link]
makes it easy to record when you've done it and remind yourself of all the stretches.
Do you have the official r/bwf app? It also has mobility and stretching routines.
In case you or anyone else is curious, the Android app is here: [link]
Im not sure if there is an apple version
Do the recommended routine. This app helps you with progression and managing your pauses while presenting useful gifs showikg you all the exercises.
Now you can start and do all the exercises without any equipment.
Don't trust your perception. When I look in the mirror I see anger and piercing glare. But I have the context of my history distorting it. People just see kindness and compassion, and my eyelashes apparently.
/r/bodyweightfitness has this app now, it's great for getting a routine in. I'm 5' 11" and I started at a lanky 104 ibs. I look so much fucking better at 128 but I have a ways to go to imo.
The app is called Bodyweight Fitness and it's devoloped by Damian Mazurkiewicz (or it might be listed under mazurio in the app store). Here's the Android link.
I started doing this app's stretching, mobility and everything before the jump squats in the strength routine.
Lately I've been working on downward dog. Just because I can't do it.
Lately I've been doing the wrist routine, the 10 minute posture fix and the rounded shoulder fix from this playlist.
What I'm going to start doing is the videos from the 2nd link in the morning and then the first link before I run.
Want to echo r/bodyweight as a great resource, and want to plug their app, Bodyweight Fitness (android), and also Thenics.
I am using this app which has videos of every exercise. Its on Android but I don't know if it's available on Apple devices.
Awesome to hear, thank you!
I checked which app I have and it's called Bodyweight Fitness on Android, I'll be sure to check out your app too.
I highly recommend the app called Bodyweight Fitness. It is made by the same people on the subreddit, and is the best exercise app I've ever tried, and I've tried all of them. It's also on ios!
If you're interested, check out the Android app of this routine. It's pretty good and it's free. (There's also a link for the app and other resources in the 2017 Recommended Routine page.)
The app makes it much easier to follow, log reps and set timers.
I used to do this routine a while back. It's probably as good as any other you could find using Google and your best judgment, but the nice thing about it is that there's an app with video tutorials. I found them really helpful to overcome that initial cognitive friction that everybody faces when learning a new skill. Instead of having to think "How do I do this exercise again? Which one goes next?" I could just hit play and follow simple instructions.
Also I think this shoulder stretch will help you. Find a doorway. Two mins with arms straight up. Then two mins with your arms out like STOP.
Like this guy
I have the bodyweight fitness app recommended by the subreddit which I think was made specifically for their standard routine. Has worked out for me so far, and they have stretching also.
Check out r/bodyweightfitness FAQ's, there you can find reddit bodyweight routine. It's pretty cool, you'll have to workout 3x times a week and it's full body.
There is also it's app on play store but it is older version of the program. [link]
Synes klart bedst om progressive workouts.
Die Bodyfitness App ist zumindest eine kleine Hilfe ist. Mir gefällt die App sehr gut iOs / Androird
The wiki has a pretty good breakdown for progression.
That said the RR doesn't have burpies (probably because it's a bit advanced) but the current mobile app does.
Checking the app there's only two levels for burpies. Squat jumps then full burpies.
I would say burpies should show up in a routine as locked (greyed out with an option to do it anyway, add a skull? ) until they successfully do squats and push ups separately. "Level up" enough in those areas and burpies can be extra exp.
I'm thinking about game mechanics and maybe show exercises as levels in a dungeon?
Again with the push ups There's 7 levels in the app. Each floor is a difficulty and you can climb the floors with progression.
Ça fait maintenant trois ans que je fais ce bodyweight training durant l'hiver :
Il y a plusieurs niveau donc ça «scale» bien plus tu deviens à l'aise avec les exercises. Sinon as tu d'autres centre d'intérêt? Des fois il suffit de trouver les bonnes ressources pour être capable de bien s'occuper
Everyone should try Bodyweight Fitness app made by someone here on Reddit few years back: [link]
It's suitable for any level, if you can't handle anything just stay on easier exercises for a while until you're fit enough to move on higher.
This is the community one. Complete with pose gifs and YouTube links for more in depth pose/position/progression help.
One thinv I'd agree with is auto progression but everyone goes at thier own pace.
Maybe recommend more reps after 1 weeks of the same activity? Up until they top off and recommend a "level up". "Think you can handle this?"
Big goal for 2020 is flexibility. I make sure to do stretching routine when I wake up and before I go to bed. Want to open up my hips more because they are a core component to so many motions and movements both sport and every day life.
I have been using this free mobile app to get started. Just from January 1st to today I have noticed my lower back feels less tense and my posture has improved. Just gotta stick with it.
I've tried some Bodyweight Fitness and I thinks it's great! It's a very "natural" way to keep fit because it's reminiscent of the kind of physical activity that kept our ancestors fit.
Shout-out /r/Bodyweightfitness and I personally recommend [link]
[[link] Fitness with an old version of Reddit RR). It also contains some stretching and mobility drills. You can byu full version to support the developer, but free version is also full functional.
Does no-one use the RR app?
I use this and the Stronglifts 5x5 app which also lets you add supplementary exercises. No need for anything else, they track everything.
Disculpa la demora en la respuesta
Esta app es la oficial de Bodyweight fitness reddit
Es bastante customizable y podes adaptarla a lo que necesites.
Mirala y avisame si necesitas algo mas
Just wondering, would you guys be able to update the videos in the Bodyweight Fitness app as well? Would be really helpful for us noobs that's still trying to get the basics down.
Is the Bodyweight fitness app still updated with the RR changes? I'd like to use it to begin the RR but with all the difference exercises and progression I couldn't check if the app is still kept updated or if I should print the RR wiki pages instead.
There's also [link] which I'm currently using. I'm also a developer so curious to see how this turns out, do post the repo and I might even submit a PR or two. ��
I love the symmetricstrength.com app, it helps me staying motivated. I used myfitnesspal for calorie tracking. I didn't use it myself for a long time but this sub app ([link]) is used by some of my friends who started their journey somehow thanks to me and aren't especially redditors
Do check out his free & paid app on the playstore if anyone is intrested in bodyweights.
its a tie between Headspace and BodyWeightFitness
both have literally changed my life for the better
Not sure how familiar you are with bodyweight fitness, but i'd definitely check out /r/bodyweightfitness. In the sidebar they have different routines and I use this app:
for my exercises. I am very satisfied with my progress, and I have to commend the community on that sub, they would be very helpful with any additional questions you might have.
First, go to /r/fitness and read their entire FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) in the sidebar. It will cover nutrition, sleep, recovery, and the other basics. Then head over to /r/bodyweightfitness and do the same. Give their recommended routine a try. There's a free app available for both android and iOS that has timers, exercise descriptions/demonstrations, and progressions (harder exercises to work your way up to). If you've got any other questions after reading the FAQs I'd be happy to help.
It's really weird on mobile sometimes. If you're using Android and it's viewing inside the app try to view it on actual Chrome. I saved this on my phone just in case way back when. But now I just use the app.
I have the (official?) r/bodyweight fitness app for my phone. It has the recommended routine and lets you choose your progression.
I know how it is. To be honest I'm pretty new too. On my 3rd workout. But I did a stint for a few weeks last year and spent a lot of time researching the progressions. The smartphone app helps a lot now.
> try the beginner's routine on the body fitness subreddit
Howdy, I'm not sure if you're aware or not, but there's an app for that!
Random discussion from me: Bodyweight exercise.
I'm looking at getting back into fitness, as I did boxing classes (which were majority bodyweight, circuit, sparring, bags and drills) which I havent been able to afford for some time. I am seriously broke for the next 6 weeks.
Anyone have any recommended bodyweight exercise routines they use to keep fit?
EDIT: Cheers guys. I've just downloaded the /r/bodyweightfitness app for my phone, going to give that a go :)
I like it but worry it will hit a small audience. The video mostly features the incredibly advanced moves. I think it would appeal more to the everyday masses if it were something more along the lines of "What if I told you that you could be in the shape of your life and have a ripped body (if you want) with only 1 - 1.5 hours 3 days a week and no gym membership?" Then feature the basic recommended routine, progressions, and how only 6 exercises are necessary for an entire body workout that will give you incredible results.
Show some additional progress pics from everyday people. Then you could wrap with some of the cool advanced moves showing how the sky's the limit when it comes to how far you want to take this.
For anyone that wants to jump in - and I highly recommend getting started, not wasting away researching & putting it off!
Free Smartphone App
And I just learned there is an app as well.
Jesus. This makes it so easy
If we're talking about mobile app here's one for old routine, maybe you can draw some inspiration from it [link]
Have you tried the Bodyweight Fitness app? I just picked it up. You set the progression you're doing and it repeats a short gif of the exercise with an option to launch the video. Though you may be looking for actual concise videos with an overview.
There's actually another BWF app as well. It's called "Bodyweight Fitness" and it also has the starting stretching routine. [link]
What you also could do is download the "Bodyweight fitness" app on your phone. It has both "starting stretching" and "moulding mobility" with short gifs and you can follow that along.
P.S. here's the link if you have an IPhone https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/bodyweight-fitness/id1018863605?mt=8
r/bodyweightfitness has an app. Only piece of equipment needed is pullup bar, rest can improvise.
Heres the free version for Android
Paid version for Android
and heres the version for iPhones
Download the app, its great! [link]
It has small gifs of the excercises so you can see the correct form.
There is this app: [link] but it still uses the old version of the recommended routine
[link] there is the same one on the Apple app store too.
Bodyweight Fitness av Damian Mazurkiewicz
I like the one that uses the RR from the sub. Only problem is you can't personalise it much. Here.
Is it this one? [link]
Here's the link for the Android version.
This follows the Bodyweight Fitness subreddit's recommended routine [link]
There is an app for the RR: [link]
It is just lacking the latest updates from de reddit one I think but it's good.
Luckily you've come to the right place.
I assume you have posted from mobile or else you would have seen the side bar, FAQ, and the large banner asking you to look at the sidebar and FAQ before posting. Don't worry about it, it's a common issue.
If you were to read the sidebar and FAQ it has essentially all the information you'd ever need to get started, including an entire workout routine that you can do that has been made to be perfectly fit to suit beginners doing bodyweight fitness for approx the first 9 months (or more) of their training!
Incase you are on an app that doesn't let you view the sidebar, here is the FAQ:
Here is the Recommended Routine:
Here is a video a mod of ours called /u/Antranik did to explain the RR:
Here is the /r/fitness FAQ, also in our sidebar as it includes useful stuff on things like diet and general training theory:
There is also an app for you to use to follow along the RR (I am the demo-man for the strength exercises!) that you can find here:
Happy reading and good luck on your journey!
Check Bodyweight Fitness app, it was made by a Redittor if I remember correctly: [link]
link for the lazy lurkers
Vim cá dizer isso.
Eles têm até um aplicativo grátis
Bodyweight fitness (/r/bodyweightfitness fitness for more info)
I'd add /r/bodyweightfitness app, it's really a beauty for a completely free app [link]
My routine is built around muscular imbalance and me trying to fix it through running/existing. My biggest weak point right now is my core and my left leg is rotated inward a bit. I want to get faster but to do that and not ruin my knees I'll need balance and to strengthen what is weak. Hence my process I've gone through.
It was a process and I'll show you what I used to do first:
I would do stretching, mobility, and planks in this app. Ended up taking too long.
Now my whole routine is as follows:
I start with wrist stretches because my wrists used to suck and planking used to hurt. Doing this has alleviated that -- wrist stretch
This is to fix my posture and open up my chest and torso because I have bad posture
Downward dog for as long as I can manage it with the best form I can manage twice. Right now my heels don't quite touch but the distance between my heels and the floor have been cut in half. Emphasis on good form here too
Kneeling quad stretch to maintain balance front/back. I also noticed my times got worse when I stopped doing this so I've brought it back in.
I've been doing this to help correct imbalances in my left side/right side as well as just get more mobility as well as strengthen my left glute which is much weaker.
6. Run 4 miles
To directly answer your question; the planking, downward dog, and quad stretches are essential. The other stuff is me being in bad shape and take it or leave it. But also ankle mobility is no joke
It is free and contains the old version of RR
For android: [link]
I wonder if the Bodyweight Fitness app is current too...
This is the android app. They have another link in the subreddit sidebar, so if you need IOS, you can find it there.
There are two routines i recommend you do if you would like to improve your flexibility: Starting Stretching and Molding Mobility by Phrakture:
I would do the mobility drills in the each morning and complete the stretches after the workouts if you have the time. If this is too much for you, focus on your weaknesses.
These programmers and the RR can be found in the app for android and ios which makes it very convenient, with the app, you can also log your sets and see progress.
If the pull up bar can comfortably hold your weight, it will have no problem having rings hung off them.
It's a good point that the link should be more clear. But you could have been respectful in saying so.
Android? I believe this originated in this subreddit:
You don't. There are videos on how to do everything. You just copy what the guy in the video does.
There's an app too: [link]
If you want to gain weight healthily, you're talking about muscle gain. Muscle gain happens in three parts:
So if you do your bicep curl to cause stress, eat to give your body fuel, then sleep to give your body time to repair itself, your bicep will get bigger and stronger.
You're young, and you're still growing, so I would recommend the following:
BodyWeight Fitness Android App for easier consumption
I'm guessing it's this one [link]
I'm not sure if it is or not
The app is really good.
Link to the app on Play Store
I'm tryna shed these pandemic libs
I use this one [link]
So, I think the first thing most people would recommend here is the Bodyweight Fitness App (iOS link). The app is constantly improving, and is largely focused on The Recomended Routine. You could also have a check Move or The Minimalist Routine.
If you think yoga can be an option, then you could have a look at DownDog Yoga. On youtube great sources would be Yoga With Adrienne, Yoga with Tim, Five Parks Yoga, and many others.
Now I'm going to give you things that I would not really recommend because of the poor way it is structured (if structured it is!). You could check the 7min Workout apps. Also, Darebee can be fun from time to time, but really, be aware that these are really poorly programmed...
I was the same until I found the bodyweight fitness app. It's guided me along enough to get me to keep doing it.
Or maybe this one Bodyweight Fitness (android link sorry). Anyway who knows, since OP didn't mention it
For the lazy, here is the app OP is referring:
Wäre das Internet nie entstanden würde ich nie wissen wie es mit Internet ist und so es nicht vergleichen können, dennoch
ist die Frage so gemeint, dass man als Rebel das ganze Internet nicht benutzt während der Rest es beibehält oder, dass wir einfach in einer anderen Welt sind in der das Internet nie existierte?
Würde ich auf Rebel machen könnte ich keine richtiges Leben führen beziehungsweise nicht in die Gesellschaft integrieren. Alle anderen hätten MASSIVE Vorteile:
-freier Zugang zu gigantischen Menge an Information wo und wann man will nicht wie bei einer Bibliotheke ( Pluspunkte für Studium und Bildung...)
-Pläne mit Freunden schmieden, schnell und flexibel wäre für andere leichter, denn ich müsste dann das Festnetzt benutzen
-die ganzen Apps wie Lieferando, Uber, Google Maps, Netflix etc wären für mich unerreichbar
Das war mal so was mir einfallen würde.
Ich musste mal schon mein Pc für ein Monat abgeben und, obwhol es langweilig war habe ich irgendwas gefunden hauptsächlich war aber Schule also war ein guter Teil der Frezeit schon verbraucht, doch ich habe Fernseher geschaut oder auf dem Ds gespielt.
Es kommt hier wieder wie bei sehr vielem im Leben an, ob man es moderat oder im ezess benutzt. Das Problem ist, dass das Internet so viele gute Sachen hat, dass du dort dein ganzes Leben verbringen kannst.
Langweilig? Videospiele, Youtube, Netflix, Illegale Filem etc
Einsam? Social Media, Reddit, etc
Ich kann dich aber feelen, das einzige in meinem Leben, dass mir ein wirklichen Antrieb geben hat waren meine Noten.
(Ein bisschen Geschichte) Eigentlich war ich bis Abends draußen im Bach oder einfach nur auf dem Spielplatz gechillt manchmal draußen mit Freunden Ds gespielt oder beim Lidl für 0.45cent ein Eistee gegönnt und einfach nur gessesen.
Orte gabs genug geile Spielplätze, ein langer nicer Bach, coole ruhige Wohngegend, ein Supermarkt, Kiosk und Parks. Die Panini Sammelbilder auch gekauft und das Klatsch-Spiel gespielt war einfach Tagesprogramm.
Und wenn das Wetter scheiße war bin ich einfach zu Besuch gegangen,
doch dann bin ich ungezogen von der Gegend mit vielen Freunden auf kleiner Fläche mit vielen geile Orten bin ich in ein ruhigen Vorort gezogen mit vielen alten Menschen und einem Sportplatz 10 min entfernt. Ich hatte dort keine Freunde und um meine Alten zu Besuchen müsste ich min 20-30min Busfahren also war ich ,,alleine''. Zur gleichen Zeit ging ich auf eine andere Schule, wo ich auch ein paar Freunde gemacht habe, doch über die Zeit wurde klar, dass obwohl ich auf der Schule Freunde hatte ich Zuhause ziemlich gelangweilt war ab und zu Freunde besucht aber nicht ansatzweise so frequent wie früher, da meine Mutter mich fahren musste. Dadurch begang ein Teufelskreislauf.
Ich wurde immer unsozialer, weshalb mein Freundeskreis immer schmaller wurde bis er auf eine Person begrentzt war, die genauso ,,behindert'' war wie ich, doch es gab mit der Person oft stress ,,aber hey soll ich alleine bleiben?'' also war das mein einziger richtiger Freund. Zwar gab es noch einen anderen aber, dass war irgendwie sporadisch, obwohl ich die Zeit mehr genoss mit ihm.
Aber zurück zum Thema. Mit dem Punkt, wo ich Gaming und Steam entdeckte habe ging es bergab. Gaming war mein Leben ich habe dort zwar auch mit meinem Kumpel gespielt, doch er hatte irgendwie immer andere mit denen er Abenteuer erlebt hatte und ich war relativ alleine. Also spielte ich viele Singleplayer und wurde so noch unsozialer, zwar lit meine Schule nicht dadurch, da ich klar meine Ziel vor Augen hatte, doch mein seelischer Zustand war geschädigt. Vorweg ich hatte nie wirkliche Depressionen oder Selbtsmord gedanken, doch daran Zweifel ich langsam, doch dazu komem ich noch.
Jedenfalls hab die mittlere Reife abgeschlossen und hab mein Abi begonnen, doch seit dem wurde alles noch schlimmer.
Meine soziale Isolation war meine Persönlichkeit. Ich merkte auf der neuen Schule wie ich scheiße darin war mich mit anderen Bindungen aufzubauen. Manche feierten mich sogar wegen meiner trocken Art als wäre ich ein Robotoer, doch ich war mehr ein Gag als ein Freund oder Kumpel. Wenn ich versucht habe mich zu sozialiseren wurde öfters ignoriert, was zu weiter zusetzte.
Ich hab mich mit einem befreundet, doch eine wirkliche Bindung hab ich nicht zu ihm wie die von einem Freund nicht weil er ein Arschloch war eher weil mich diverse Sachen an ihm gestört haben aber hauptsächlich glaube ich, das ich nicht mehr gut darin war Freunde zu machen. Ich habe das verlernt.
Zu dem hat mein Freund aus der Realschule viele andere Freunde gefunden und wir haben eigentlich nichts gemacht und wenn wurden die offentsichtlichen Unterschiede zwischen ihm und mir deutlich, weshalb ein freundschaftlicher Umgang nicht gegeben war. Es war eher steif. Er hatte kein Bock was von Gaming zu hören und ich nicht von Mode etc und so wurde ich einsam. Ich hatte eigentlich keinen richtigen Freunde mehr, dazu muss ich anmerken diese Phase begang schon in der Realschule, da er dort durch das Sitzenbleiben andere sich mit ihen befreundet hat und so oft rausging.
Da muss ich mir auch die Schuld geben, da er mich mehrmals gefragt hatte, ob ich raus mochte, doch da ich mit dem Bus fahren musste und sozial schon schwach war sagte ich nein und so wurde die Isolation schlimmer. Wir sahen uns aber noch in der Schule, weshalb diese Phase mir nicht so eindeutig wurde erst als wir auf anderen Schulen waren. Dadurch war ich sehr einsam und langsam wurden die Spiel auch langweilig, denn man wird ausgelaugt von einem Hobby wenn man es 8Jahren jeden Tag macht. Und so enstanden ein Gemütszustand, der mich nach recherchen an Depressionen erinnert. Gefühle der Freude kenne ich nicht mehr alles ist ,,meh'' oder scheisse. Und wenn ich jetzt mit ihm abhenge kann ich nicht ich sein, da dieser Mensch nicht mehr zu mir passt, doch würde ich nicht mit ihm rausgehen wäre ich komplett alleine (btw durch ihn wurde diese Troslosigkeit noch schlimmer, denn man fühlt sich mit den falschen Leute noch einsamer als Alleine).
DOCH! diese Ferien wurde es mir genug, zwar habe ich keine Bäume ausgerissen, jedoch hab ich Samen gepflanzt und Büsche entwurtzelt.
Ich lerne jetzt jeden Tag Programmieren, da es mich stark interessiert (btw falls du es nicht schon kennst Codecademy ist eine geniale Seite, um Programmieren zu lernen), ich traniere hart und konsequent und hab so meine krankhaft dünnen Arme in nur dünne Arme bosstransformiert, und ich versuche mehr rauszugehen mit einem Fahrrad und ich hab ein paar Freunde/Bekannte gefragt, ob die raus wollen, ich werde mir Klamotten kaufen die meinen moralischen Standards genügen und ich versuche mal für mich selbst zu kochen.
Klar, das ist ziemlicher Vogelschiss an Errungenschaften, doch du musst es realtiv sehen ich bin grade in deiner Situation, doch es ist wichtig kleine oder die ersten Schritte zu machen!
Du willst raus setzt dich auf irgendwas mit Rädern und cruise etwas rum.
Du bist untrainiert? Trainiere! (https://www.reddit.com/r/bodyweightfitness/ kannst du easy zuhause machen https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bodyweight.fitness.free&hl=de )
Lerne zu kochen, zu malen oder lerne irgendein Hobby! Mach wenigstens einen kleine Schritt.
Das Wichtigste ist weniger nachdenken und einfach machen!
Props für die Ausbildung. Stabilität für die Zukunft ist sehr wichtig egal wie.
Official app of the /r/bodyweightfitness community:
Dunno if you got a PM, but give this a go.
There's an app with videos.
Would happily recommend the Bodyweight Fitness app, built by a user of this sub:
I'm just starting to try out FitLoop (also recommended by this sub), which also seems pretty nice, but it's for web browsers atm.
Both use the Recommended Routine ([link]).
It is awesome
Here, android app :)
I use the app for the recommended routine : [link]
Some guys here at reddit made this app, I think /u/Antranik assisted them with the gifs too.
Play store link
>going to the gym before/after work doesnt fit into my schedule
Made by a redditor ;)
Here's some links to help you build a good workout routine:
Yeah, other apps and guides have already been made around it
Here's one I have as a quick example [link]
Which is the (older) Recommended Routine. Very thin and pale can be fixed by eating more and getting outside.
Dude, not having the gym sucks, but remember there are options. If you were already part of a gym they may still be "renting" out equipment to their members, Troy talks about his outdoor crossfitting all the time, I assume that's what he did. Another option is to check out r/bodyweightfitness and their body weight fitness app [apple](https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bodyweight-fitness/id1018863605) [android](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bodyweight.fitness.free).
Can't do that sort of stuff? No worries, there are tons of YouTube fitness channels that revolve around Yoga and mobility. I constantly see people posting about [ Yoga With Adriene](https://www.youtube.com/user/yogawithadriene/) on Reddit. Yoga not your thing? No big deal, check out [Kelly Starrett's](https://www.youtube.com/c/TheReadyState/videos) channel and work on your mobility, it'll be like you never left the gym.. you know, except for those DOMs.
You and your GF are burnt out, lots of people are right now, but you've gotta remember to take care of yourselves. My wife is the dictionary definition of an extrovert, so she needs human contact too.. lots of it. Encourage your partner to have Zoom, Google Meets, Skype, Facetime, whatever, with her friends. My wife and her best friends like to jump on some app were they all drink wine and play dumb games together. When she can't do that she'll plan a meetup with two of the other moms in our neighborhood (we and they take quarantine seriously so we don't worry about spreading or catching anything through them) and they'll have sushi or something fun delivered then they'll eat outside and away from the children for a couple hours.
Me? I've started a Rise of the Runelords with some friends and we're trying to meet up (on roll20) every other week or so. Don't have friends that play? Reddit has r/lfg, [Roll20](https://app.roll20.net/forum/category/22) has one, so does [FantasyGrounds](https://www.fantasygrounds.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?40-LFG-Looking-for-Group), these next two I just found by searching "Pathfinder + looking for group" on Google: [Guilded](https://www.guilded.gg/Pathfinder/lfg) and [RPG Table Finder](https://www.rpgtablefinder.com/). We've also got the GCP discord somewhere around here that can probably help.
Not everyday is going to be a win, but your days don't have to be random either and you can set up your own "wins". Yeah, Tuesday sucked, but I've got my game session on Friday and it's gonna be a win or fuck this morning, but at least I've got my Yoga/Mobility/home gym work this afternoon. Chin up, dude and if you need anything feel free to reach out.
Bodyweight Fitness [link]
u/SOMMARTIDER while I feel this is a LMGTFY-type question, have you seen the RR? It has an app too: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bodyweight.fitness.free
Bodyweight Fitness the open source app I've seen posted here before is pretty nice.
It's also available for IOS. App is fugly, but once you get past that it's idiot proof
Alternatively use you bodyweight: [link]
u/matthewhoco I think this is the official app:
Sul play store (non ho idea per iOS) c'è l'app fatta davvero bene
1) Bodyweight Fitness
2) Home Workout
Theres even an app for it. helped me start the RR.
If you're doing the RR, check out the app.
You should also check this out: [link]
I use this one
Check out the subreddit too.
> bodyweight fitness
Pro / Donation (£1.99 / $2.49): [link]
** Free & (Donation In-App-Purchase)** [link]
Here is the Play Store link: [link]
Depends on your goals. This app is free and follows the recommended guide from this sub:
This is the recommended beginner routine on /r/bodyweightfitness
Uh not sure what you're looking for but this is the app I have. Good luck. [link]
Here we go, incase anyone else is curious.
There is more then one offical app?
I use this one, always thought it was the offical app from this subreddit :O
no, it's not. however, there's a free version of the app on the google playstore. the pro version has no extra benefits other than supporting the dev.
As a newby don't go to the gym is a waste of money, just try bodyweight and make a routine with HIIT 30min and Low intensity cardio 30 min on "rest" days and 30 min Cardio on your train days. In total about 5 to 7 days deepens on your objetive.
I go to gym after a year doing bodyweight just to improve my gains with isolated exercises but as a newby you don't need that you just need general conditioning and CARDIO to lose fat.
*. THIS POINT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT.*
Also you NEED a calorie counter i suggest myfitnesspal make a -500 or -300 kcal diary deficit thats the way to get in shape
Bodyweights are complicated but there is a free but quality app that make it so simple anyone with half brain can do it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bodyweight.fitness.free&hl=en