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Building strength with bodyweight training is very easy. In weight training, you get stronger by adding weights.
In bodyweight training, you get stronger by progressing to more difficult exercises. One of the best strength programs out there is the 5×5 program.
In the 5×5 program, you stick to a weight until you are able to perform five sets of five repetitions for the exercise. Once you can do all five sets with five repetitions, you add weight.
So, taking this concept into bodyweight training, what you can do is choose an exercise where you can only perform 3-5 repetitions.
Build yourself up to 5 sets of 5 repetitions with 1-2 minute breaks in between, and then graduate to a more difficult exercise.
This is the easiest way to build strength with bodyweight training.
If you’re ready to incorporate bodyweight training as part of your fitness plan, then you should check out Bodyweight Exercise Revolution. Coach’s Adam Steer and Ryan Murdock show you how to use unique bodyweight movements to lose fat, build muscle, increase strength, improve athletic fitness, and enhance longevity.