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Sunday, January 17

  1. page All Body Weight Exercises edited Body Leverage exercises use only your body weight for resistance. They are: ... everyone, ever…

    Body Leverage exercises use only your body weight for resistance. They are:
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    everyone, everywhere: Minimalminimal to no
    Functional, conferring real-world strength, balance, flexibility and stability,
    Equally well suited to seasoned athletes and absolute beginners (progressed and regressed)
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  2. page Leverage Your Body's Potential for Exceptional Strength edited Leverage Your Body's Potential for Exceptional Strength • No No Equipment Necessary {Body_Le…

    Leverage Your Body's Potential for Exceptional Strength • NoNo Equipment Necessary
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    Body Leverage is the only tool you need!
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Sunday, September 21

  1. page All Body Weight Exercises edited ... Squat Methods of Progression/Regression in Body Weight Training Mechanical Advantage/Disadv…
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    Squat
    Methods of Progression/Regression in Body Weight Training
    Mechanical Advantage/DisadvantageDisadvantage
    Levers
    Lengthening
    - Lengthen the Resistive Force Arm
    Increase distance to fulcrum
    (i.e. Push-Up
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    Knee Push-Up)
    Pitch

    Increase Pitch
    (i.e. Push-Up
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    anchor point or awayvs. further from anchor
    Weight Allocation
    Regression (Self-Assisted Exercises such as Squat → Row Squat )
    ProgressionsProgression (Unilateral loading
    Plyometrics
    Force = Mass x Acceleration (Reverse Lunge → Plyometric Lunge)
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  2. page Leverage Your Body's Potential for Exceptional Strength edited Don't have a lot of equipment? Leverage Your Body's Potential for Exceptional Strength • No Eq…

    Don't have a lot of equipment?Leverage Your Body's Potential for Exceptional Strength • No Equipment Necessary
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    Body Leverage is the only tool you need!
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    {Squat_Button.png} {Core_Button.jpg}
    Gravity, Meet Your Master!
    BodyLev.com is a free, open content project that aims to catalog the thousands of resistance training exercises that people use every day. Post your own exercise!!
    All content on this website is available for reuse under the creative commons license.
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Tuesday, August 12

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Monday, June 30

  1. page Exercise Submission Guidelines edited ... Email bodylev@budser.com with a request or submit it here. Be sure to include the exercise nam…
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    Email bodylev@budser.com with a request or submit it here. Be sure to include the exercise name and either a description, pictures, or links to the exercise. If we like it we'll shoot it and upload it as soon as possible.
    Advanced Way:
    Use a tripod, a three megapixel (or greater) camera, and a friend to captureCapture three to
    Email the photos to bodylev@budser.com along with the name of the exercise. Please note that any materials you provide may be shared under the creative commons license. Only send images that are your own and that you are willing to share.
    Expert Way:
    Use a tripod, a three megapixel (or greater) camera, and a friend to captureCapture three to
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    exercise and should demonstrate safe
    Use photo editing software to crop and resize the images to 300 x 200 pixels (portrait) or 200 x 300 pixels (landscape) and assemble them into an animated .gif file.
    Contact Aron at bodylev@budser.com to request an administrator account so that you can add pages to the site.
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  2. page Leverage Your Body's Potential for Exceptional Strength edited Strength training, simplified. All weight training (body weight or external resistance) can be b…
    Strength training, simplified.
    All weight training (body weight or external resistance) can be broken down into two parts: Top and Bottom.If you can learn the Top and Bottom positions, you can master the exercise.
    All exercises can be modified--made easier (regressed) or harder (progressed).If you can modify the exercise to suit your needs, you can master the technique.
    If you can master the technique, you can leverage your potential and build exceptional strength.

    Don't have a lot of equipment?
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Tuesday, February 18

  1. user_add Librero Librero joined bodylev
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Monday, December 23

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