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Old 09-25-2013, 12:59 PM   #1
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Yo, I'm not that physically active but I want to be stronger than I am now. Right now I'm really weak and can't even do a pull up, I would prefer to do exercise at home because I have nobody to go with me to the gym and going alone isn't very motivating.

At home I have 2x 10kg dumbbells and I was thinking what exercises I can do to have more strength in my arms? My chest/etc isn't as lean but for now I don't worry about that, I just want strength in my arms.

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Old 09-28-2013, 04:20 AM   #2
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why not try what im doing(check my protein synthesis post).Its pretty safe and u can use a piece of plank and put it on ur bed or chair as a incline bench.

Btw if u cant do a pullup u can just jump and just lower yourself slowly and repeat that for 10 reps for 3 sets and then after 6-7 workouts you will be able to do your first pullup!

And use a timer, check one from the internet

1:30 min rest and then 30 seconds workout.That way you wont be slacking off and do my 20 sets in exactly 40 mins.

in 1.5-2 years if u keep it up without any breaks you should look very nice.HIGH FIVE!
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