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    Question about workouts

    I need help guys, I want to just stay nice looking, i dont want to have more muscles orrrrr lose my weight, just to be healthy and workout a bit, so im doing gladiator plan from dareebe, and im using lvl 3 workout plans for that. But bcs of my work it can get dificult to workout a lot, so is it better to stay at this level or should i go for lvl 2 workouts and do like 2-3 lvl (5-7 reps) for lvl 2 workouts? TNx bois and galssssss

    #2
    I would choose first of all workouts I like them and then train how i can, cosidering my time and the difficulty of the workout.
    Workouts difficulty 2-3 is good enough and you can always push choosing 3-5 or 7 sets and the rest time between sets.
    It's only my opinion

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      #3
      Fremen SO u think lvl 2, 7 sets is good enough to stay in good health, and look ok? I have no wish to get ripped as fuck or smthg like that, i just want to look ok, without belly I mean i know its better to exercise anything than notyhing right?

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        #4
        Originally posted by dco326 View Post
        I mean i know its better to exercise anything than notyhing right?
        For sure

        I think that you can take a look also at the foundation program:
        https://darebee.com/programs/foundation-program.html
        and do it when you can or want, without necessarily doing all 30 days in a row.
        It's a well balaced program with a little bit of everything

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          #5
          dco326 it's not going to matter if you miss the odd day here and there. I've missed weeks at a time! (actuallly, that DOES matter).

          I agree with Fremen - L2 is probably perfectly good for maintenance if you're happy where you are now and in reasonably OK shape. L3 will take you up a level.

          Try experimenting - if you do a whole bunch of workouts at L3 and find things are changing, maybe dial it back a bit, or add more rest or fewer sets/reps..

          EDIT: One question. Are you talking Level 3 in terms of the scale of general workout difficulty (1-5) or Level 3 as in the highest numbers of sets/reps (1-3)?

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            #6
            Martyn General workout dificult. lvl 3 always has some exercise that gets on my nerves, lvl 2 are nice, and i can do a bunch of sets from it.

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              #7
              dco326 Good, I understood you correctly.

              At some point you will need to move it up a gear though as your body does get used to doing the same thing time and time again. How long that will take, is your call.

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                #8
                Swimming, Bicycling, etc can be a good way for a healthy body.

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                  #9
                  dco326

                  Nobody has ever accidentally gotten ripped as fuck. If that's not your specific goal, you won't possibly workout too hard and now oops, stuck with statuesque definition.

                  If you're pretty satisfied where you're at, moderate activity a few times a week with no radical diet changes will maintain your level just fine. Gladiator's alright, if you're already doing lv. 2-3 of that, seems like you've got all you need. Stay the course.

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