And I find it great! I am a 51 year old martial artist and since a few years now I have tried all kind off strengthroutines with deadlift, squat etc. etc.
Most off the times I ended up beiing so sore or didnt have any energy left to train my martial arts. I train a group off adults every monday evening so I want to be in as good shape as I can.
So when you read on INternet all these crazy routines, you have to do this, you have to do that etc. etc.
So for a few weeks I dicided to focus on bodyweight exercises only because I like the push-ups, pull-ups and dips etc. But I couldnt find a good starting point.
Now with all these levels, I just start with level 1 and work my way up to 8 (I hope :-) and after that I have seen that there are more challenging routines to.
Thank you very much for keeping it so simple and to share all these information. From now on I am a martial artist who trains only with his bodyweight :-)
Thanks again and keep up the good work.
O, I forgot to say, the workouts are easy to put in my weekly schedule off training martial arts and running etc.
Have only one question, is it okay to do after a bodyweight workout a sprint routine because I want to keep my conditioning good to, so right now I do 1 or 2 sprint sessions a week. That takes me about 20 minutes orso.
P.s sorry for my bad Englisch, I am from Holland.