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2 Feats of Strength with Bodyweight

Sometimes you just need a break from your normal fat loss and muscle building goals and set a performance goal. A performance goal forces you to rethink your training, and may even jump start a stale training program.

The following are 2 feats of strength and endurance you can perform with just your bodyweight:

10 Single Bar Dips

You all know what parallel bar dips are. Now it’s time to introduce you guys to single bar dips:

Single bar dips are tougher than they look. They’ll make your triceps scream in pain!

20 Pullups

Another great feat of strength is to be able to do 20 pullups in a row. I’m almost there (18). Here’s what 20 pullups look like:

As you can see, the goal is to perform dead hang pullups – all the way up, and all the way down. No bouncing, no jerking, no momentum.

Start training for these two exercises and guaranteed you’ll boost your strength, endurance, and improve your body!

Another great way to increase your strength and endurance is to start using the movements in Scott Sonnon’s Tacfit Bodyweight Workouts. Click here to learn more.

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