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On 5/3/2019 at 4:08 AM, CourtnieMarie said:

For the step ups, does one rep = one leg? Or does one rep = both legs completing the movement?

 

Since I finally am about to attempt these again, I also would like to know.

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On 5/3/2019 at 3:08 AM, CourtnieMarie said:

For the step ups, does one rep = one leg? Or does one rep = both legs completing the movement?

 

14 hours ago, scalyfreak said:

 

Since I finally am about to attempt these again, I also would like to know.

Why you all ask me these things while I am on vacation. Like I'm responsible or something.

 

But the answer, late, is both legs complete the movement.

 

Also, because of work stuff, part two will be up a day late, giving you one more day to complete those reps!

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2 hours ago, Grumble said:

 

Also, because of work stuff, part two will be up a day late, giving you one more day to complete those reps!

 

Pass. Hard pass.

 

Sprained ankle insists that I do not do stepups or squats on it until the joint is healed.

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I got to sneak 'em in! Happy with the results for squeezing them in the end of a pretty rough workout. First time doing either. I really like decline pushups! Step-ups not so much, just felt like they took forever.

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