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  1. Ok, so i've put together a workout on my newly home made sling trainer, currently in beta, but it's up and hanging! A question is, time or a set number of repetitions? I'm very fond of the time concept, where you push out as many repetitions as possible for like a minute. It also makes it much easier to plan a work out. I was thinking of one minute work, then five seconds or something rest (mainly to change pose) to complete my work out or maybe 12 reps, 3 times? Anyway, here's the exercises i've picked out (All performed with slings, of course) - Chest press - Row - Tricep press - Biceps curl - I deltoid fly - Chest fly - Squat - Hip press - Mountain climbers - Suspended lunge - Hamstring curl - Crunch - Oblique crunch - Plank I'm really trying to cut it down, i'm wondering if chest fly might be a bit excessive, and oblique AND normal crunch, but I guess oblique crunch reminds me of bicycle crunch which does WONDERS for my abs! I'm also thinking of doing a squat/row combo. Basically I wan't few, but effective exercises. Hoping for some help from you guys! -Starfish
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