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Best Exercises at Home without Equipment (FULL BODY 25+ VARIATIONS) 1. Back – Posterior Chain – Shoulder & Scapular Strength/Stabilization (Primary Posterior C. Muscles worked: Back/Lower Back, Glutes & Hamstrings) Followed by Back & Lats / PULL
2. PUSH – Chest/Shoulders/Triceps
2.1 Chest (Primary)
2.2 Shoulders (Primary)
3. Legs & Glutes
4. Abs (& Core) 2. PUSH – Chest/Shoulders/Triceps (2.2 Shoulders – Primary) 3. Legs & Glutes 4. Abs (& Core) Hollow Hold
(Shoulders & Legs lifted, Mid-Section tight & no lower Back Arch) Thanks for watching!
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100 thoughts on “Best Exercises at Home without Equipment (FULL BODY 25+ VARIATIONS)

  1. Hey everone! I hope you are doing well with great strength & progress on your training journey!
    For how long have you been working out, and what motivates you to keep going?

  2. It's good to have you back, Kris. Keep motivating everyone to push their limit!
    Thank you for all the informative videos. I have gained great physical strength, all thanks to your videos. Be well, friend! 😀

  3. Hi, very important question boi. Can my grandma do reverse snow angel exercise for strength lower back, or is not good idea for older people ?

  4. I like this video because the movements are amazing and you don’t have to spend time giving explanations for what you are doing. I don’t have the patience to watch videos that blather on and on.

  5. Once again, awesome video my man! I’m incorporating these exercises once a week. Thanks and stay healthy! 👍🏽👍🏽

  6. Kris, your videos are the best. No none sense of gimmicks just enjoying sport in nature. What do you think about all these fasting diets? Do you do something special to help stay so lean? Thanks

  7. Kris Iam always waiting for your video and also it gives me happiness. Iam following you brother stay strong💪💪

  8. Hello.

    Forgive me if non-English ill is illiterate, I write through Google translator.

    Be so kind as to fit the features of your training. The frequency of training data. The combination of such training with power.

    In particular, the time spent under load and the number of repetitions.

    Thank you very much.

  9. Hi. Thank you for this, much appreciated.

    Would you mind expanding on how one does this? 1 set, or 3? Go through entire program, in order, then do again (for sets). Finally, rep numbers would be in the range of 6-8? 1-12?

    Thank you again.

  10. I just recently brought the gymnastic rings for pull ups and dips. Trust me man it is on a whole another level. I can do regular pull ups and dips but that thing man it makes me feel so weak. Youtibers show it very easily but i think to develop that kind of strenght i will probably take a year or more!

  11. Add push up (with hands turn of feets) to work biceps? It s hard with no mats to train biceps at home
    Thx for all you're videos, it s help me a lot

  12. You Sir are impressive.. Thank you for sharing this video!
    Do you have any solution to my problem:
    I‘m working out and my muscles feel very fatigued, but I‘m not quite sure if I’m building any muscle..

  13. Great video man! your channel is awesome. I started with calisthenics 2 years ago at 25 but before that was hitting weights at gym. I find calisthenics to be a lot safer and healthier for your body than do only weights

  14. I really hope you come back, my G! You're one of the best calisthenics athletes on YT, hands down 💪 💯

  15. Suffering from a right thumb injury I find this video very helpful for me atm, except the push exercises I can do the rest of exercises without risking a further injury. Thanks for inspiring so much!

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