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The Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log is the first-ever training log designed specifically for bodyweight athletes. Other logs are structured. Convict Conditioning book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. If you're a fan of the Convict Conditioning series, or of bodyweight training in Book Review: "Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log" by Paul.

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This is an amazing book! If you are a fan of Convict Conditioning (1 & 2) you need to get this training log. If you are preparing for the Progressive Calisthenics . The Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log is the first-ever Lockdown) that are taken from Convict Conditioning I. Also the book gives you an . Convict Conditioning Charts - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online. Starting Strength Logbook Calculator. Diunggah oleh. Tim Donahey.

The second No progression standard Level for the first time beginner set do as many as you rep amount and try standard? No intermediate Yes 2 beginner standard consist of 2 The second set do as standard standard? Yes Yes. Yes Everyone needs to completed. The third The second set do as start somewhere. Muscles worked:

Abdominals, obliques, rectus Latissimus dorsi teres, Pectorals major and minor , Quads, butt, hamstrings, femoris, sartorius, the entire rhomboid and trapezius, anterior front deltoid, triceps inner thighs, hips, calves, feet frontal hip complex biceps, forearms and hands. Step One: Wall Pushups Knee Tucks Shoulderstand Squats Vertical Pulls Beginner 1 set of 10 Beginner 1 set of 10 Beginner 1 set of 10 Beginner 1 set of 10 Intermediate 2 sets of 25 Intermediate 2 sets of 25 Intermediate 2 sets of 25 Intermediate 2 sets of 20 Progression 3 sets of 50 Progression 3 sets of 40 Progression 3 sets of 50 Progression 3 sets of Step Two: Step Three: Step Four: Step Five: Step Six: Step Seven: Step Eight: Step Nine: Master Step: Chest and Abs are worked on the same workout, the back Master Step: Name Alternate between workout sessions, having at least one Beginner 1 set of 1 rest day inbetween sessions; doing this program no more Intermediate 2 sets of 3 than three times in a week.

Elite Stand. Handstand Pushups Bridges Muscles worked: Triceps, the entire shoulder All the spinal muscles, lower girdle, trapezius muscles, back, rear hips, biceps hands, fingers, forearms femoris leg biceps. Always follow this Step Two: Crow Stands headstands to combine Straight Bridges Beginner 10 seconds Beginner 1 set of 10 the full effect of both Intermediate 30 seconds Intermediate 2 sets of 20 Progression 1 minute strength training and Progression 3 sets of 40 inverse balancing.

Wall handstands Angled Bridges Beginner 30 seconds Beginner 1 set of 8 Intermediate 1 minute Intermediate 2 sets of 15 Progression 2 minutes Progression 3 sets of It goes way beyond a log book You must have this!

I've had a lot of training journals over the years. And quite frankly, if you had told me a training journal required anything more than blank sheet of paper and a pen I'd have told you to stop wasting your time and get your workout done already. I was naive.

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After spending a few weeks with the Convict Conditioning journal I've learned that a good journal not only allows you to track your progress, but inspires you each day to engage your program on all levels- physically, emotionally, and spiritually. From the pictures and great design, the words of inspiration and coaching tips from Paul Wade, to goal tracking, progression notes, and more This is not only a great companion to CC, but it keeps you excited and motivated. Each page has a very effective way to track your workouts, and each page has another bodyweight training tip and photo.

Just last night I made it to the page explaining how to do bodyweight hypertensions; something I have not seen anywhere else. This really is a "must have" in my opinion. I have wasted time and energy making my own notebooks, spreadsheets, you name it, but the simple layout here combined with the daily tips and photos makes this truly the simplest, most effective tool I have personally used. It stays open on my kitchen table and each day I chart another day of progress.

Over the years I have used, bought and made my own workout logs. I didn't really like them because they didn't have all the features I was looking for. I was hesitant to order this because I am not doing Convict Conditioning.

I downloaded the e-book and loved the format and layout but had no desire to download and print the log sheets. I decided to order the hard copy. This workout log has everything I was looking for.

I love that it has plenty of room to input and log workouts, sets and reps. My favorite part is the bottom of each page has room to keep notes and a section for extras.

Although it has some CC workouts and progressions, don't let that deter you if you are not doing the CC program. I am on my 2nd log book and it's almost full. I can go back and see any PRs I had as well as workouts I was not able to complete.

Having this info in this format has really helped me progress.

Book Review: "Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log" by Paul Wade

It is also small and easy to fit into my gym bag. Another added bonus is that there are really cool pictures on each page with tips and motivation. Since I am on this page, I might as well go a head and place my order for my 3rd one.

The above reviews say it all- consider this Convict Conditioning Vol. Thank you again for this incredible series!

When Dragon Door first announced the pdf download-able version, I was immediately tempted to order it.

Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log

However, I decided to wait a few more weeks unti the hard copy version was released. I'm so glad I waited! The hard copy has a spiral binding which makes all the difference in the world. Paper is glossy another plus and there are motivational tips throughout the log book which are extremely helpful!

Another quality product from Dragon Door. Not JUST a log book. TONS of great and actually useful info. However, personally, I find this one less confining albeit a bit too expensive. Breaking Muscle.

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