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    silly question about counts in "square one"

    Hey, I decided to add easiest program on site to my routine of running and pushups to add some light effort across muscle groups I don't use in the two. Laugh at me if you will, but it matters to me to mark the program as complete only i I actually do it exactly as presented, and I find myself confused - are 12 leg raises 12 total or twelve per leg, or what? Sorry for asking such a stupid question, but I just want to know that. I am on day 4, so I would also like to know if balance hold should be done once per leg per set, or just once per set, and for 6-count per leg or 12-count.

    I know I'm being silly - indulge me please, it'll ease my mind.

    #2
    Hmm, let's have a look at the manual:
    Number of reps is always a total number for both legs / arms / sides. It’s easier to count this way: e.g. if it says 20 climbers, it means that both legs are already counted in - it is 10 reps each leg.
    Accordingly times are split the same way.

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      #3
      What Andi64 said. The numbers are always a total, except when stated differently. If you feel up for it, you can always crank it up a notch and make it per side, tho. 😉😁

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        #4
        Thanks! It's more of a time management situation, I will do exactly as per program, because I am already trying to do too much within 16 hours of day.

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