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Old 04-15-2013, 09:42 AM   #287
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Originally Posted by syn View Post
what do you recommend for training while on vacation.

Ill keep this short - at the end of month I'm going to states for two weeks.
I feel like I've made good progress over the last few weeks of training.routine. Would a prison style workout help me hold on the strength
Squats,push ups & chairs dips, or should I not bother?
If I wanted to keep conditioning I would do some sprints, followed by a 20 minute run.

For bodyweight, I would use rest pause. Limit rest between sets to 15-20 seconds. I would do this 3x a week.

--Push Ups - 5 sets AMAP
--Pull Ups - 5 sets AMAP
--Chair Dips - 5 sets AMAP
--Lunges or Jump Squats - 5 sets x 20

You could also find a heavierish object to do one arm overhead presses with, or even curls and/or extensions. To maximize these object moves if the weight isn't challenging enough, simply slow the cadence down.

I would limit workouts to 45 minutes a day and enjoy vacation.
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