10 Best Bodyweight Exercises For Weight Loss

Master the Basics

I love exercise; strength training, fitness, physique enhancement, running, swimming, rowing, you name it. It has been a part of my life ever since I took training seriously by joining my hometown rowing team at the age of 12. Since then, committing to the disciplined lifestyle of an athlete has equipped me with many helpful skills to deal with life’s challenges. Leaving the world of professional sports caused me a great deal of disappointment due to not accomplishing as much as I aspired to. Fortunately I can now see the bigger picture in life. I can see how exercise can be a friend in lonely times, a place where I can find comfort and peace or a medium I can funnel my fears in and express my anger through.

Having purchased this book, I am hoping you also have at least some interest in health and exercise. If not, then at the very least, I hope my story intrigues you into developing a relationship with strength exercise and healthy habits as we go 😉

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Ever since I began this project I have been faithful to bodyweight exercise. Whether I train at home or outside at a park, I always use bodyweight exercises. This way I stay loyal to this project and serve you – the people interested in home workouts – in the best possible way. I consider myself a lifelong student, constantly studying and learning the latest developments in athletic nutrition, strength science and bodyweight exercise. I am constantly keeping my mind busy on how to implement this knowledge into my project. I want to ask you to give me the honor of trusting me as your trainer. At least for a while to help you get started. By purchasing this book, you have in a sense, hired me to show you the best way to become strong and lean without going to the gym. When I commit to someone I always do my best to help them reach their goals. This is my duty as your trainer.

Keep in mind that because of this, I might occasionally disrespect what you consider traditional exercise information and I might challenge some of your ideas on exercise and nutrition. In this book you will read things such as breakfast not being the most important meal of the day or that you don’t have to do any more than 15 repetitions if your goal is fat loss. These sorts of things might be old news to some people like fitness enthusiasts who stay in touch with the latest developments in exercise and nutrition. But, because we live in an age of misinformation they might be new or even considered irrational for others. For the latter, I simply ask you to keep an open mind to what I have to say, examine the science behind these ideas and give them a fair chance before rejecting them. A lot of the myths I will be dispelling, will be myths I also suffered from until I started using an evidence based approach to exercise and nutrition. If you have spent the last several years reading the wrong exercise blogs, books and fitness magazines, it might be difficult at first.

Zen story

Nan-in, an ancient Japanese Master once received a very educated person who came to inquire about Zen. Nan-in served tea. He poured his visitor’s cup full, and then kept on pouring. The guest watched the overflow until he no longer could restrain himself. “It is overfull. No more will go in! ”Like this cup, Nan-in said, “you are full of your own opinions and speculations. How can I show you Zen unless you first empty your cup?” Try to empty your cup for the following six months and give this program an honest try. If you are a total beginner in strength exercise and your cup is almost empty, even better!

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