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    Default Working out at home...

    Hey everyone, this has probably been asked before, so sorry.

    Anyway, i've been getting pains in the back of the head/ upper neck part when working out and pulling heavy weights. I've been told it's quite common for weight lifters and that i should take a break, after all, it got me worried.

    So for the next month or so, i plan on working out at home. I was wondering if it's possible to achieve my goal just by doing push ups, pull ups and abdominal exercises( i barely feel pain when doing them, unlike weights) . I do eat well and take supplements.

    So anyone think it's enough? Thanks!

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    With B/W exercises your gains will be limited due to your body adjusting to the same weight after a period of time. You honestly don't need to be using heavy weights. Just something suitable where you can perform the given reps of the exercise while struggling on the last one or two.

 

 

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