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Question 14 year old home work out plan?

im 14 and i have no access to a gym and have no weights at home. what is something i can do at home like pushups or soemthing that would be usefull.
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should go to a flea market and buy weights they sell them cheap there

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im 14 and i have no access to a gym and have no weights at home. what is something i can do at home like pushups or soemthing that would be usefull.
Use your body weight to do exercises, May not get you huge but will get you strong enough for when you start with weights.
Exercises like

Press ups/Close press ups/wide press ups

Squats

Abs workouts, legs raises, crunches, sit ups etc

Investing in a pull up bar would be well worthwhile only cheap.

covering quite a lot of your body there.
Try to do quite a intense workout with that, 3x10 reps would do the trick and then just build up more reps, less recovery. For you age that would keep you relatively strong.
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bas rutten has a great workout program check that out... all calisthenics
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You can get in very good shape with the following exercises.

Push ups (trying using a ball to make them harder if they get too easy)
Pull ups (change hand position to switch it up)
Dips (if you have something to do dips on. You can use a chair with your feet on another chair if needed)
Squats with anything you can find to add resistance.

Being 14, I'd hold of on hitting the weights too hard. You should be able to do a good job with body weight.

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yeah probably not smart to get too much into bodybuilding until you're done with your growth spurt.
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