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      08-27-2018, 09:25 AM   #93
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Originally Posted by Chasing Dreams View Post
I think you have a misunderstanding of what full body exactly is. It's training using your full bodyweight. It is not lifting weights where you are training and legs, back and chest on the same day.

I have done bodybuilding and now shifted to HIIT (full bodyweight)l and, honestly, after practising both, I can tell you HIIT is much harder, will give you much better gains and improve your general fitness level like no other.
With all due respect to all the bodybuilders out there, it's a completely different game.

Here are some screenshots from some the workouts I regularly do. I challenge you to complete one of these and after can you tell me whether it's for women.

file2 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/141393922@N03/]

file1 by [url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/141393922@N03/]

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That is what we call crossfit. Sure it is a good cardio workout, but you can't gain any real strength doing those workouts. You need to be able to do compound lifts at lower reps, otherwise you are going for a great feminine body shape. Been there, done that, hard but not any harder than a good lifting routine. A good lifting routine gives me much better results than crossfit ever did. Everyone is targeting something different though so before you come in here acting like you know everything.. take your own advice, shut up and listen.
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