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Develop Greater Functional Strength And Get A Body You Can Be Proud Of With The 250 Bodyweight Exercise Challenge


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Do you want to lose weight while boosting your functional strength at the same time? If you have been trying traditional methods of achieving your goals with not much to show for it, it’s time to get out of your comfort zone and try something new – the Bodyweight Exercise Program.

What is the 250 Bodyweight Exercise Program?

The 250 Bodyweight Exercise Workout is part of a series of bodyweight exercise workouts designed to improve functional strength, and includes a full 50 more repetitions than the slightly less intensive 200 Bodyweight Exercise Workout.

Like all the other workouts in the bodyweight exercise series, the most important thing to remember about this workout is that you need to complete it in the shortest time possible. Your aim should be to complete each workout in fifteen minutes or less. This means taking minimum break time between exercises in order to maximize your body’s gain in functional strength from the workout.

While the concept is simple, the reason it is so effective is that it challenges your endurance and strength and pushes your limits, which is what helps increase your stamina and boost your body’s functional strength.

The 250 Bodyweight Exercise Workout comprises of:

Bodyweight Exercise #1 – 30 Jumping Jacks

Bodyweight Exercise #2 – 20 Close-Grip Push-Ups

Bodyweight Exercise #3 – 10 Straight Jumps

Bodyweight Exercise #4 – 40 Full Squats

Bodyweight Exercise #5 – 25 Push-Ups

Bodyweight Exercise #6 – 20 Lunges per Leg

Bodyweight Exercise #7 – 15 Underhand Inverted Rows

Bodyweight Exercise #8 – 30 Bicycle Crunches

Bodyweight Exercise #9 – 25 Full Squats

Bodyweight Exercise #10 – 25 Jumping Jacks

If, after some time, you find yourself completing the 250 Bodyweight Exercise Workout in well under fifteen minutes and your functional strength has reached a plateau, you are all set to progress to the next workout in the bodyweight exercise series – the 350 Bodyweight Exercise Workout.

However, if you find yourself struggling to complete the 250 workout fifteen minutes or less, it is better to continue at this level until you conquer it and only then consider moving up a notch to the 350.



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