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  • CaptainCanuck
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    What I often do is look to a number of reps for an exercise. I personally do this mostly for pushups or pullups, but it could be with anything. It might be an alternate way to think about the levels.

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  • AceofSwords
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    I like to try for level three and if I get to one or two, that's fine. For me it depends on the workout and how I'm feeling and how much time I have. Try this: For your next workout, do it at level two (or level three) and see how you feel afterwards.

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  • TopNotch
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    Take the fitness test to see how you're going. In my opinion, doing a workout at 3 sets, or 5 sets, or 7 sets (however many sets each level is for that workout) is entirely up to you, how you feel on the day. If you feel you can do more, than by all means, do more. Sometimes I'll even do only one set of a workout as a warm-up. Some workouts, even of the same level, seem harder to do, in which case, doing only 3 sets might be all you're up to. Others seem easier (or perhaps just more fun) whereupon more sets might be done. I get bored easily so doing a lot of sets of the same exercises isn't something I particularly enjoy, but everyone's different, and only you know you.

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  • Derekjheffner
    started a topic Moving from level one to level two workouts

    Moving from level one to level two workouts

    Hello I do the daily exercises and the monthly exercises on a daily basis, but I only do them on level one. I have been do darebee workouts for about a year and haven’t moved to level two, at what point should I move from do level one to level 2? Any suggestions would help thank you.
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