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  1. Anonymous
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    Grate tips man…

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  2. Andy Chen (@aschen8)
    Andy Chen (@aschen8) at |

    Don’t forget bodyweight exercises! Sets of 10 pushups, 10 body squats, 10 crunches until you hit 100 or more are a great way to get a good light resistance/cardio in when your limited for space. So many variations to up the intensity too: pushups with feet on the bed or against the wall, jump squats, pistol (single leg) squats and many more!

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