Super Smash Difficulty

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    Super Smash Difficulty

    How can Super Smash's (workout) difficulty be for beginners+ ? I think i am not a beginner but i barely made it on level I. It was completed fully, but on the last set with great, great, difficulty!! I just understand how can a beginner complete this workout..

    #2
    It is difficulty 3 and there are no hard (complex) exercises. So yes a beginner can try to do it.

    How many sets the one can do is up to the fitness level of this person.

    It is very hard to grade a workout, cause everybody struggles or is expert in different exercises. So best is to use it as an orientation, not a judgement of your fitness...

    There will be difficulty 2 workouts that kick your butt, while you can do some of difficulty 4 with ease.

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      #3
      I have done a few programs now and some workouts. I find the level I complete the daily required exercise at is largely depending on how I feel that day, also how tough the particular routine is. Some are doable at level 3 and others are barely doable at level 1. Most level 3 requirements are darn difficult, no matter if the program is designated for beginners or not. I just do my best and try to complete as much of it as I can. The 90 Days of Action is a good example of what I am writing about. They have some routines that are quite easy active rest days and others kicked my ass big time...and the routines get tougher as the days go by.

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        #4
        The difficulty of Super Smash is in the 15 pushups 2 times per set. The rest is easy peasy. Punches, plank rotations and shoulder taps are small change. So it boils down how your pushups are coming along. And here I agree with you Antma 2 times 15 good form pushups, times let's say lvl II,so 5 sets (=150 pushups) is not really beginner friendly/likely. But as Cowtownbaldie and HellYeahstated before me, these workout gradings are not an exact science. They are mere guidelines. A lot depends on your body and fitness level.
        After a while you get the drift and you'll see pretty fast, what works for you and what does not.
        Good luck and all the best

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