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I don't think I could even get myself on to rings haha
Yeah thats intense. After not doing them in a year or so, I had sets of 4 x 12 pushups in my shed workout plan last night... feeling that today.I've been doing chippers i remember from army. Definitely not at the pace i used to do them though.
Here's today's one. Minimal equipment required (skipping rope, bench or chair to do dips). Chippers work by having paired exercises, or an exercise and a "rest" movement. Not many people can do 100 pushups in a row, so you do push ups until you can't. Then do squats until you can't. Then have a rest by skipping for a minute (or a 200m run). Then repeat until you've reached the target number. Then move on to the next exercise.
100 pushups/100 squats
50 burpees/50 leg raises
100 dips/100 mountain climbers
100 situps/100 good mornings
Rest is 1 min skip
Disclaimer: did not make 100 push ups or 50 burpees on the first try...