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I am working on pushups, I can't seem to get beyond the modified pushups. I will check out the info again and work on it. My wall squat is pretty good. My personal best is 4 min. 30 secs. Just today I did a 4 min 20 sec wall squat. My personal Best Plank is 4 min. 4 sec. Today it was 3 min. 15 sec. I keep trying.
Working on push ups!
Thank you for the suggestions and the links.
I appreciate the how-to links. Thanks!
Thanks for the great article! :)
The old phys-ed class stand-bys
Wish that they had more information on people that have joint replacements.
As much as I HATE to work out, I do enjoy challenging myself. (If I've gotta do it, make it worth it!) Right now I'm training to walk/jog ("wog") a 5K my company is co-sponsoring. Since I can barely hold a plank for 10 seconds, maybe that should be my next challenge!
Already working towards being able to do regular push-ups and working on increasing my plank time.
Next will be pull-ups.
Thank you, that's helpful and motivating!
This was a great article. It gave lots of ideas to stay motivated with awesome resources to get started. Thanks!
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