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Ninjaman

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Is it still a good idea to use ARNYS plan even though gyms and swimming pools are shut
 

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Improvise, adapt and overcome.

Just because the pools are shut doesn’t mean the press/sit/pull up progressions have suddenly become dud. Maybe look at investing a 10kg weight vest. Your training is going to look like a lot of running and body weight exercises regardless of what RM prep programme you follow.
 

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Improvise, adapt and overcome.

Just because the pools are shut doesn’t mean the press/sit/pull up progressions have suddenly become dud. Maybe look at investing a 10kg weight vest. Your training is going to look like a lot of running and body weight exercises regardless of what RM prep programme you follow.
This might be a stupid idea but could I replace the 2000m row with 5 min jump rope because of gyms being shut
 

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This might be a stupid idea but could I replace the 2000m row with 5 min jump rope because of gyms being shut

Takes a bit longer to row 2k than 5 mins! Jump rope is nowhere near as intense. Better to replace with further circuit training such as 100 burpees for time, or maybe a 2k jog with short strides (mini sprints) thrown in.
 
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