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Other/Mixed Progam for Running and mostly bodyweight

Other strength modalities (e.g., Clubs), mixed strength modalities (e.g., combined kettlebell and barbell), other goals (flexibility)

erwin

Level 3 Valued Member
Hello,

I am searching for a daily workout program for running and almost only bodyweight (can also be weighted, also some barbell/kettlebell exercises here and there are ok for me) .

Goal: good looks(lean and some muscles)
Motivation: getting better (repetition, weights and so on), variation
Reason: feel better but mostly to move my body and give him a break from all the sitting

Do you guys know a program that fits my need and its also proven that it works out well?

All the best
 
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Don Fairbanks

SFG II
Certified Instructor
Hello,

I am searching for a daily workout program for running and almost only bodyweight (can also be weighted, also some barbell/kettlebell exercises here and there are ok for me) .

Goal: good looks(lean and some muscles)
Motivation: getting better (repetition, weights and so on)
Reason: feel better but mostly to move my body and give him a break from all the sitting

Do you guys know a program that fits my need and its also proven that it works out well?

All the best
Q&D and/or any of Geoff Neupert's stuff + zone 2 jogging.
 
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erwin

Level 3 Valued Member
@Don Fairbanks
Thank you, but I am more searching for a program that has bodyweight and running in one program, so that it is coordinated on each other.

@Lotto
thank you also. I don't like TB, have tried some of the programs and they weren't that great, like it was for example the russian bear.
 

Georgiaoutdoors

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but I am more searching for a program that has bodyweight and running in one program, so that it is coordinated on each other.
What has worked for me in this regard is to pick a strength program that A) fits me needs/goals, B) doesn’t have strength training every day. Then on off days with no strength training scheduled, I run or bike LISS/Z1-2 as active recovery. You can gradually increase the length of the running conservatively.
 

pet'

Level 8 Valued Member
Hello,

I'd go for something simple:
Everyday or so, 3-5 sets of 3-5 reps of a push, a pull and a hinge. You can even do the exercices as a circuit (using nasal breathing to pace yourself) to save time

Then, I'd run. Several plans can be done:
- 3 days a week: 1. Sprint interval, 2. Tempo run, 3. LSD
- 5-6 days a week: MAF running 30-40 minutes

Kind regards,

Pet'
 

Lotto

Level 5 Valued Member
@erwin. TB2 is not SF related. It has a mix of BW/BB with cardio/running mixed through. If you want BW only Never Gymless by Ross Enamait or the Kavadlo brothers are good.

TB2
 

erwin

Level 3 Valued Member
I have read up again TB and i will stick to the Base Build for the next time. Today I did the first session (Strength-Endurance Circuit) and almost vomited. Any tips on that?
 
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