CONVICT CONDITIONING ULTIMATE BODYWEIGHT TRAINING LOG EBOOK

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Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log (paperback) - $ Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log (eBook) - $ Title, Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log. Author, Paul Wade . Edition, illustrated. Publisher, Dragon Door Publications, Convict Conditioning: Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log ebook, pages. Published December Be the first to ask a question about Convict Conditioning .


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6KVLRBO1OVV1┬╗ eBook┬╗ Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log (Convict Conditioning). Download Doc. CONVICT CONDITIONING. If you're a fan of the Convict Conditioning book and DVD series, or of bodyweight training in general, you would be interested to know that this popular series. Get Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log (Convict Conditioning) By By Paul "C EBOOK. Product Description The Convict Conditioning.

It is a work of art and with tips on each page that would be a great book all by itself. Get it. It goes way beyond a log book You must have this!

And quite frankly, if you had told me a training journal required anything more than blank sheet of paper and a pen I'd have told you to stop wasting your time and get your workout done already. I was naive. After spending a few weeks with the Convict Conditioning journal I've learned that a good journal not only allows you to track your progress, but inspires you each day to engage your program on all levels- physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

From the pictures and great design, the words of inspiration and coaching tips from Paul Wade, to goal tracking, progression notes, and more Each page has a very effective way to track your workouts, and each page has another bodyweight training tip and photo. Just last night I made it to the page explaining how to do bodyweight hypertensions; something I have not seen anywhere else. This really is a "must have" in my opinion.

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I have wasted time and energy making my own notebooks, spreadsheets, you name it, but the simple layout here combined with the daily tips and photos makes this truly the simplest, most effective tool I have personally used. It stays open on my kitchen table and each day I chart another day of progress. I didn't really like them because they didn't have all the features I was looking for. I was hesitant to order this because I am not doing Convict Conditioning.

I downloaded the e-book and loved the format and layout but had no desire to download and print the log sheets.

I decided to order the hard copy. This workout log has everything I was looking for. I love that it has plenty of room to input and log workouts, sets and reps. My favorite part is the bottom of each page has room to keep notes and a section for extras.

Although it has some CC workouts and progressions, don't let that deter you if you are not doing the CC program. I am on my 2nd log book and it's almost full. I can go back and see any PRs I had as well as workouts I was not able to complete.

This one I probably started speed-reading to get it over with. Wasn't terrible, but not a lot to recommend it. Probably skimmed parts of it.

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A few good ideas, well-written passages, interesting characters, or the like. This one had parts that inspired me, impressed me, made me laugh out loud, made me think - it got positive reactions and most of the rest of it was pretty decent too. The best of these change the way I look at the world and operate within it. Feb 28, Fest rated it it was amazing. Mario rated it it was amazing Jan 12, Lulu rated it really liked it Mar 30, Zhikun Cai rated it it was amazing Jun 25, Mateus rated it it was amazing Dec 11, Fudgelbook rated it it was amazing Oct 14, Zheka rated it it was amazing Mar 20, Cmrydg rated it it was ok Nov 14, Matej rated it liked it Jan 19, Garret rated it really liked it Oct 10, Nicola rated it it was amazing Jul 03, Julie Tremblay rated it liked it Dec 23, Derek Nannings rated it liked it Jan 03, Ryan Hwang rated it it was amazing Dec 02, Dawid Mazewski rated it liked it Oct 18, Safdar Kakar rated it it was amazing Aug 31, Andrew Zheng rated it liked it Jan 22, David rated it really liked it May 15, Satoshi rated it really liked it Mar 21, Noah Visscher rated it liked it Mar 07, Jun 17, Dino Bojadzievski rated it it was amazing.

The definite guide to progressive calisthenics for all athletes. Jim Allen rated it really liked it Mar 09, Jonny rated it it was amazing Nov 10, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Paul "Coach" Wade. Trivia About Convict Condition No trivia or quizzes yet. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.Some readers may prefer a more stylized log book with more information, like the CrossFit-focused WODbooks.

This really is a "must have" in my opinion. The book is best integrated with the other books in the convict conditioning series however has enough information to act as a stand alone unit. Wasn't terrible, but not a lot to recommend it.

It is well structured and provides everything for a log book in a primarily body weight oriented routine. Read our Review Guidelines before posting your review.

By Maoma - October 10, pm Hi Replying to my own comment above I read in the next section on Press Flag that one should practice the flag on both sides.

Book Review: "Convict Conditioning Ultimate Bodyweight Training Log" by Paul Wade

Street workouts is a nice book. Au Bon Bone Broth. I can go back and see any PRs I had as well as workouts I was not able to complete.

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