Hi all,

As the title states, I´m going to start a new workout regime. I´ve read up about it and have come to the conclusion that i need to start off with mixed exercises. Since I do not have weights to work with, so I´ll have to get by by using my own weight for training.

This is my current plan:

Week 1:

Day 1: Start with the Couch to 5k plan. With some modifications, as I´ve been running abit this summer. So I´ll probably start off from week 2 or so of the 5k plan.

Day 2: Core exercises Like Pullups Pushups, situps, crunches, burpees and so forth. But I want to not focus on one muscle group so i need to work out a regime, which will do that for me.

Day 3: Couch to 5k.

Day 4: Core

Day 5: Stair exercises

Day 6: Rest

Day 7: Rest

Week 2:

Day 1: Core

Day 2: couch to 5k

Day 3: Core

Day 4: Couch to 5k

Day 5: Stairs

Day 6: Rest

Day 7: Rest

If someone could help me work out a good regime for the core workout, that would be much appreciated.

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For one, C25k is supposed to be a three day per week program. Doing it twice probably won't work out too well. I just started it this week myself.

Shane has advised me to do C25k Every Monday, Wed, And Friday, and do Convict Conditioning (A body weight program) every Tues and Thurs for strength training. Seems to be a pretty solid plan for beginners and I think it would help you just as much. :)

Thing is I can run 2 kilometres with out breaking a sweat. So thats why I wanted to turn the C25K into a more difficult task. But to keep it as a more like Cardio work out, assuming that is even needed. 

Wait im acctually looking for is to gain strength, cause I would like to start parkouring. At some point in the future. 

If you need more information to help me structurize my work out, let me know.

If you have access to them the maceclub and/or kettle bells can be great for core strength.

Sadly I don´t, thats why I´m trying to make it so that I use my bodyweight for training.

Heh, thanks for the clarification Jess. Also yeah, english is not my first language, like Shane here said.

Totally missed the twerking remark at first.

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