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    Combining programs

    Hi!
    Soooo where to start? I was once quite fit, now mostly fat. Covid didn't help it either but once i saw myself in mirror it was time to do something about it. RN i am on IF 20-4(love the feel of full stomach and two big meals) and time to start do some stuff. Can someone tell me is it good to combine: reboot program,TEN program (as i see this - cardio indoor) and strenght protocol? My main goal is to loose weight (rn i am about 110kg / 242lb, 183cm / 6ft), work is mostly at desk, i got some equipment in home such as dumbbels, bar, resistance rubbers and some weight (about 40 kg / 88lb). Maybe anyone got other better ideas how to work it out?
    Thanks in advance! Have a nice day

    #2
    Hi welcome to the hive so all workouts are designed to help you loose weight so many workouts are no equipment but there are some equipment workouts about the programs I would combine ten and reboot and leave out strength protocol for when your more advanced

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      #3
      With dumbbells I would pick Ironborn or Xpress Tone instead of Strength Protocol. The reason being is that Strength Protocol is not an easy program. In the introduction, it literally states that you have to be able to do 30 Push-ups in one go minimum. Just Day 1 is all To-Failure exercises, so it's better to leave that once you are more advanced.

      Both 10 and Reboot are good choices.

      Welcome to the Hive, and good luck on your journey!
      Last edited by Sólveig; April 14, 2021, 04:22 PM. Reason: Typo

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        #4
        Aight, thank you! So I will go with reboot, 10 and ironborn. Thank you again!

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          #5
          Welcome! Great to see you start your journey.

          I finished Strength Protocol a few months ago; I would agree that it gets quite difficult (I remember it requiring one armed pushups eventually).

          Ironborn is a sound suggestion. Perhaps try Gauntlet (use a dumbbell in place of a kettlebell)?

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