Nath wrote:If you have a sturdy door, some people do chin-ups on those. Of course, use doorstops etc. to keep it from moving, and maybe throw a towel over the top if it bothers your fingers. (And make sure it can support your weight.)
Forgot to address the stretching point. Stretching isn't necessarily a more-is-better thing, but most people who spend a lot of time sitting down would at least benefit from some hip stretches. MobilityWOD has some good ones.
There's a general purpose stretching routine here. I used to do all those stretches every workout, but found it more productive to just focus on the ones that I need and hold them for longer.
Solt wrote:Crunches - do tougher variations like bicycle crunches and weighted crunches. 50 is a lot and, like all your other muscles, 50 reps is well beyond the point of diminishing returns (for strength... if you only care about endurance for, say, a specific sport, then by all means do a metric ton of crunches)
Qaanol wrote:Actually this could be a great idea. See, you just have to bill the mission to an extrasolar planet as a mission, and then let all the fundamentalists from all religions be the missionaries.
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