Fitness-test + exercises "to failure" + rest days

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    Fitness-test + exercises "to failure" + rest days

    Hello everyone! Explain, please, how to do the fitness test correctly? Do you need to perform each of the three exercises for 60 seconds and write down how much it turned out, or do all three alternately within a minute? As I understand it, if you do all the exercises in one minute at once, then the amount of each will be the same, but I do them all around. Then how can there be sittings, conventionally, 30, and berpi, 20 ...? Sorry for the probably stupid question

    And, also, please share your experience, how can you include an exercise to failure in a workout? Will it be effective if I'm at the 2nd level, doing 5 circles of 9 exercises, for example, in each circle I do one of them to failure, and so in each one either the same exercise, or change them so that for training to failure there were 5 different (depending on the number of laps)?

    And the last one! What do you do most often on your rest days? Arethere any general recommendations so as not to overload and harmoniously combine training exercises and additional exercises or trainings during the week? Or who likes what and everything is just for themselves?
    Sorry for my English!

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    Fitness test
    It's 60 secs each exercise, and you try to do as much as you can in each one. Then write down the number you get and determine the level it falls into.

    "To Failure"
    I really don't do to failure because of the risk of injury... but if you look at programs like 30 Days of Gravity. It makes you do push ups to failure every 4 days. Personally I like to set goals of certain reps and simply make plans to gradually reach that goal.

    Rest days
    I like to pick workouts from the "stretching" section of the workout database, and recently yoga as well. In the stretching and the yoga section you can find not just flexibility stuff but also things like balance, coordination, and tendon strength. You can also search exercises in other categories. Some of them are designed for active rest days, but you will need to read the descriptions individually to decide.

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      #3
      Thanks, kandy!

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