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    A "relaxed" training regime at home

    Some years ago I had a quite exstensive workout regime and trained for 2 full years, white reasonable success.

    However these days I don't have the motivation to train like that, moreover the eating regime, with meals every 3 or 4 hours, dont suit my lifestyle.

    But I want to start up again, just training at home, 2-3 times a week, i got a bench and some free weights. But I wont be able to do the "big" really
    effective excersises, specifically squats and deadlifts.

    So I am wondering, is it reasonable to suggest any "decent" progress training with the equipment I have? and just eating normally?

    Maybe someone who trains at home, can recommend some body weight excersises who maybe is just as effective at training the whole body? I know that
    when you start out, full body excercises is the way to go.
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    For the legs, the only excersies I can think of is lunges, and one legged squats. The one legged squats is a bit difficult to do technically, but I guess if i make it a habit, I should eventually nail the form.
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    Anything is better than nothing. You will get out of training what you put into it. Lunges, step-ups, good mornings etc can be done without a rack. Probably not as effective, but better than nothing.
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    relax
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    pick one, brah. then go on youtube and find some bodyweight workout routines
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    You may want to add straps to your training tools.
    TRX type straps open up a wide variety of exercises that can be challenging with the way your body is positioned.
    I have the lifeline brand straps that i use.
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    I'm not sure I understand your restriction. If you don't have a squat cage then you can do front or overhead squats with a pull from the floor old school style. Deadlifts will work as long as you have a bar and plates.
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