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Artery is a platform for performers to connect with the people who want to host them. Collaborate on pop up showcases in people's homes, yards, and offices. Anyone can attend public showcases and the proceeds directly support the people who made it happen.
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The pullup-pushup workout routine | Muscle & Fitness
The pullup-pushup workout routine
Lock down a great upper body with the only two exercises you really needs.
Ben Bruno
When you do a pullup, you engage your lats, mid-back, rear delts, biceps, forearms, and core. Pushups train your chest, shoulders, triceps, and core. So between these two movements, you’ve got the whole upper body covered.
Another benefit of body-weight training is that it’s low-impact. As a result, you can train more frequently than if you were using heavy weights, and the more often you work out, the greater your potential to build muscle.
The only caveat of high-frequency training is the risk of overuse injuries, but you can avoid those by changing up your exercises so you don’t recruit the same muscles the same way every time. That’s why each of the workouts on these pages pairs up a different variation of the pullup and pushup.
Directions
Perform each workout once a week, resting a day between sessions. Perform the exercises marked “A” and “B” in alternating fashion: You’ll do one set of A, rest 1–2 minutes, then one set of B. Rest and repeat until all sets are complete.
On  days  between  workouts_  you  can  perform  lower-body  training.  Or  squeeze  some  leg  training  in  after  the  pullups  and  pushups  up  to  three  of  the  workouts  we’ve  provided.  Do  not  any  additional  upper-body  training.  from iphone
june 2018 by benjaminfjones

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