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Whilst it won’t be useless, it probably won’t help too much. Ofcourse the best way to get fit is to go to the gym a few times a week. But if that is not possible then you need to incorporate more cardio into your workouts, whether that is swimming, cycling or running. Best of luck.
That is the best thing you could do as a beginner, have a better diet (eat healthy and at a caloric deficit to lose fat) and do such bodyweight exercises to get to discover your body, then chose to either join a gym or do calithenics.
i guess i had to post my height and kg
im soon 16 ( 2 months ) and im 178 and 70 kg
Just saying it's better to start way too easy than to push yourself. The most important thing is to get into the habit of working out. It's better to do 10 pushups a day and to slowly add onto that than to do 50 pushups a day and quit after 3 days.
Hey thats a good starting point!
But one thing I would not do is to do it 3 times a day! Your muscles need time to recover and even though you feel like you can go again your muscles won't.
That is if you mean by 3 times a day for example once in the morning once around noon and one in the evening.
If you don't intend to go to the gym, invest in covict conditioning book and buy pullup bar.
+ Caloric maintence or slight deficit should help
40 lifts with my dumbel (3kg)
losing weight is all about eating less calories than you eat
gaining muscle is about breaking down your muscles (heavy weight exercise) and eating protein
to burn fat and gain muscle at the same time your diet has to be on point
to lose weight the best thing to do is fasted cardio, fasted = in a state where you haven't ate in 8+ hours, normally when you wake up, get your heart rate high and your body has no choice but to use fat as energy because you haven't ate for 8+ hours it has no food to use
try and do low carbs throughout the day and then maybe some carb source before your weight workout to give you some energy
Calisthenics is your friend.
My routine is:
Monday - Legs (With 9 kg dumbbells)
Tuesday - Pull
Wednesday - Push
Thursday - Rest
Friday - Chest (With 7 or 9 kg dumbbells)
Saturday - Full Body
Sunday - Rest
Core - Mon, Wed, Fri
I recommend you buy a pull up bar and heavier dumbbells.
But even without those things, any exercise is beneficial.
(As gay as it might sound, I do yoga and pilates as well and they are really beneficial for flexibility and core strength)
just attend the gym but dont lift heavy weights, and slowly.