bodyweight

All Noun
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  • Bodyweight can provide significant resistance in all variations, and additional weight can be added to increase difficulty.
  • He can move an object roughly three times his own bodyweight without strain, anything higher and he cannot move it at all.
  • Pasquale is the only Canadian to ever total ten times bodyweight in two weight classes.
  • This is not a bodyweight exercise, the only body part actually being lifted is the small weight of the foot.
  • While some exercises do require some sort of equipment, the majority of bodyweight exercises require none.
  • In the bodyweight-training community, unilateral movements are highly regarded and sought after.
  • Bodyweight also did not have a major influence.
  • Strength training may be done with minimal or no equipment, for instance bodyweight exercises.
  • Some bodyweight exercises have been shown to benefit not just the young, but the elderly also.
  • I put my bodyweight behind the blow, but I hit nothing at all, an' near put my shoulther out. Cited from Indian Tales, by Rudyard Kipling
  • Unweighted stances are those where half of one's bodyweight is on each foot.
  • Bodyweight exercises use the practitioner's own weight to provide the resistance for the movement.
  • Weights may still be incorporated to increase the difficulty of most bodyweight exercises.
  • There are, however, large seasonal variations in bodyweight, and individuals up to have been recorded.
  • In other species, the differences may be more extreme, such as differences in coloration or bodyweight.
  • The movement can be considered a bodyweight exercise similar to the military press, while the regular pushup is similar to the bench press.
  • The bodyweight for all weightlifters is given as before the competition.
  • When a tie occurs, the athlete with the lower bodyweight is declared the winner.
  • The book emphasizes knockout power derived from enabling fast motion from one's heavy bodyweight.
  • Many bodyweight exercises can be progressed or regressed to meet the individual's need.
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