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***BEB*** (NROLFW Q)

I know you have been following NROL for awhile now so I have a question.

Is NROL set up that you can just do upper body if necessary?

My MPH is setting me up with specific exersizes for my lower body but he told me to do what I was doing for upper body (due to time restraints) unfortunately I was taking a Group Power Class (endurance lifting to music) and now I can't do most of the class and I am looking for guidance on lifting on my own and I was very interested in NROL after I was healed.

Re: ***BEB*** (NROLFW Q)

  • To me it depends on what your limitations are. NROL is a full body workout but there aren't any super strenous lower body exercises(IMO).  You do squats and lunges and step ups but I think you could modify those with either low to no weights and just not go as deep into it and be fine. But, again it depends on your limitations and what you're comfortable with.

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  • Thanks!

    That's a bummer because I have a specific squat and dead lift (with no weights) routine I am to do for a couple of weeks. I have an ITB injury from training for a 5k.

    I need to find something that is specifically an upper body.

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