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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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