Hey, thanks! And yay for ninjas!
Any kind of training is awfully new to me by now. My only sport was some basketball as I was a kid, and I think there as been 5 years and more since that - thus my actual "weights"
I got the Hindu squats and push ups from an ebook I found in another fitness forum. Hope its legit, if not Robert can delete it:
http://rapidshare.com/files/81770638/Ma ... g.pdf.html
Its made up great, I think. Beside the three basic exercises, it has an awesome amount of incredibly difficult ones for when you master them (like, pushups as standing with a single hand) and it can make for a nice alteration iin a routine. It focuses a lot on strength rather than bulk, which is fine for me by now.
Hindu squats also work on building strength, appearantly - target should be around 250 reps. I still havent tried them long enough to see whether it works, but the legs surely do burn after a series.
Thanks for the feedback, its always nice to know someone more expert is reading through the log from time to time!
12 minutes Interval training on the treadmill, diff 8/12. Pointing to make it 24 minutes next time.
30 minutes of cyclette, diff 5/12.
Abs: 3x8 crunches, inclined bench
2x50 Hindu squats
10 Hindu pushups. Now I understood that my feet should begin with the whole plant on the pavement I hardly get to two before I feel like screaming...
Trying Wall Walking as a substitute for the Bridge in the 3 calisthenics. Still too weak even for that, but i will get to! Need some gloves, or my wall will become black.