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Bodyweight Strength

Bodyweight Strength

April 3rd Training And Programs

Bodyweight Strength

There is a common misconception in the health and fitness industry that you can only improve strength by lifting heavy weights. We’re here to debunk that myth.

While lifting heavy weights will definitely increase strength, it is not the only way. One of the many methods that can improve your strength is to use your own body as a form of resistance—also known as, bodyweight strength training.

Here are some of the best bodyweight strength training exercises you can do at home today:


Pull Ups

One of the best upper body exercises, adding this to your bodyweight strength training program will increase the strength in your arms and upper back and have you looking like a bodybuilder in no time. With all the effort and force needed to pull yourself up to the bar, you’ll be forcing your muscles to become stronger.


Diamond Push Ups

While the standard push up will help increase bodyweight strength, the diamond push up can have a greater effect. The reason the diamond push up reigns supreme is because of the positioning of your arm during the workout. By creating a diamond shape, you’re working on strength both in your chest and your arms at the same time!


Wall Sit

This underutilized exercise is one of the best bodyweight exercises for increasing strength in the legs. It's a little-known fact, but by holding the squat position for a certain amount of time, you’ll be forcing your muscles to become stronger as your body tries to overcome the stress of being held in this position.


Of course, the list of bodyweight exercises goes on and on. But with these simple bodyweight strength exercises in your repertoire, you can up your strength and overall health anytime and anywhere. There really is no excuse for not getting in your daily workout—you’ve got all the tools on hand, so use them wisely.