calisthenics

Calisthenics

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Just leaving myself a note to look at later when its abs day tomorrow.
Tonight is arms, shoulders and back. Lets get ripped!

new workout plan

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Reference: https://www.onnit.com/academy/climbing-the-hill-the-ultimate-calisthenics-transformation/
http://ashotofadrenaline.net/the-30-day-body-weight-beastmode-workout-plan/

BEGINNER CALISTHENICS CIRCUIT WORKOUT:
“Do 3 cycles. 30 second rest period between exercises, and 3 minute rest period between cycles. There are 8 exercises:”

1. 10 pull ups

2. 10 chin ups

3. 20 dips

4 . 25 jump squats

5. 20 push ups

6. 50 crunches

7. 10 burpees

8. 30 second jump rope

ADVANCED CALISTHENICS CIRCUIT WORKOUT:
“DO 2 cycles, 5 second rest between exercises and 8 minute rest between each cycle. There are 8 exercises.”

1. 5 muscle ups

2. 50 pushups

3.25 jump squats

4. 15 burpees

5. 15 pull ups

6. 1 minute leg flutters

7. 10 pull ups

8. 30 second sprint nonstop

ADVANCED CALISTHENICS CIRCUIT WORKOUT:
“DO 1 cycle, no rest between exercises. Each exercise is 30 seconds long. There are 10 exercises.”

1. Hold a handstand for 30 seconds

2. Jump squats

3.Wall push ups

4. Kick up push ups

5. Squat position move side to side

6. X’s and O’s core workout

7.Dips

8. Jumping lunges

9.Hop

10. Pull ups

EXTREME ATHLETE CALISTHENICS CIRCUIT WORKOUT:
“DO 3 cycles, 30 second rest between exercises and no rest between cycles. There will be 8 exercises.”

1.10 second back lever hold

2. 7 second flag hold

3. 5 second front lever hold

4. 15 second bent arm planche hold

5. 30 second handstand hold

6. 3 very slow muscle ups

7. 10 slow dips

8. Pull up hold position for 30 seconds

Calisthenics: 2 months progress + diet change? + maths …

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I took the left picture around the 3rd or 4th of February, the one on the right is me 2 months later after eating tons of chicken, broccoli and other healthy stuff with my work out plan. So far good progress … i hope… Lets see how much I change in the next 2 months.

Since I started working out I’ve been watching closely at Frank Medranos videos for motivation and I’m really surprised he’s a vegan. Apparently he feels more energetic eating nothing but just veggies. So I looked this up on what kind of food I can make for lunch that’s easy and I came across this site:

http://www.forksoverknives.com/recipes/?sort_posts=most_popular

Seems interesting, guess I’ll give it a go!

Oh yeah and some maths .. well yesterday I was working on my Quadratics Equation solver and I couldn’t find a solution to C being a minus figure

e.g. ax2 + bx + c = 0
becomes ax2 + bx – c = 0

c would then be read as a minus figure and I modified my code to below:

/*
 * a、b、cの値を取得
 */
void firstSolution::enterValues() {
    // とりあえずこれでいける...
    cout << "二次方程式:ax2 + bx + c = 0" << "\n" << "ax2 + bx - c = 0 の場合は" <<
            "cをマイナス数字で入力してください\n";
 
    cout << "aの値を入力してください: " << "\n";
    cin >> a_value;
 
    cout << "bの値を入力してください: " << "\n";
    cin >> b_value;
 
    cout << "cの値を入力してください: " << "\n";
    cin >> c_value;
 
    cout << "aの値を [ " <<  a_value << " ]として入力されました。\n";
    cout << "bの値を [ " <<  b_value << " ]として入力されました。\n";
    cout << "cの値を [ " <<  c_value << " ]として入力されました。\n";
 
    this->calculateSquareRoot(a_value, b_value, c_value);
}

This seems to work but its very very lazy and doesn’t necessarily solve the problem, But for now … I’ll leave it as this.

EDIT:

Okay I think i’ve fixed my code:


/*
 * 4*(a*c)
 * 入力されたデータは一般化されたのでdoubleかintでも計算できる
 */
template<typename T>
T firstSolution::calculateAC(T a, T c) {
	return a*c;
}

/*
 * 2*a
 * 入力されたデータは一般化されたのでdoubleかintでも計算できる
 */
template<typename T>
T firstSolution::calculateTwoA(T a, T two) {
	return a*two;
}

/*
 * 平方根の計算
 */
void firstSolution::calculateSquareRoot(int a, int b, int c) {
	int ac = this->calculateAC(a, c);
	int atwo = this->calculateTwoA(a, 2);

	quadratic_formula = sqrt((b*b) - (4 * ac));				// ax2 + bx + c = 0
	result[0] = (((b * -1) + quadratic_formula) / atwo);	// 二次方程式(+)
	result[1] = (((b * -1) - quadratic_formula) / atwo);    // 二次方程式(ー)
}

/*
 * 処理された回答を取得
 */
void firstSolution::getValues() {
	for(int i = 0; i < 2; i++) {
		cout << "x = [ " <<  result[i] << " ]\n";
	}
}

Using templates I can throw in any variable type and the code will be compatible. When dividing by 2 I forgot to multiply it with the variable a which somehow gave me the wrong values when I enter the values a=5, b=6 and c=1 when I use the example from this page ( http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/quadratic-equation.html )

What I was concerned about was adding the method:

/*
 * 2*a
 * 入力されたデータは一般化されたのでdoubleかintでも計算できる
 */
template<typename T>
T firstSolution::calculateTwoA(T a, T two) {
	return a*two;
}

because its the same as calculateAC. But to avoid confusion I figured its just better to make a new method like this, incase I would want to modify something later. My output now becomes:

benjamin.lo% ./a.out
二次方程式:ax2 + bx + c = 0
ax2 + bx – c = 0 の場合はcをマイナス数字で入力してください
aの値を入力してください:
1
bの値を入力してください:
3
cの値を入力してください:
-4
aの値を [ 1 ]として入力されました。
bの値を [ 3 ]として入力されました。
cの値を [ -4 ]として入力されました。
x = [ 1 ]
x = [ -4 ]

And with the example from the webpage above:

benjamin.lo% ./a.out
二次方程式:ax2 + bx + c = 0
ax2 + bx – c = 0 の場合はcをマイナス数字で入力してください
aの値を入力してください:
5
bの値を入力してください:
6
cの値を入力してください:
1
aの値を [ 5 ]として入力されました。
bの値を [ 6 ]として入力されました。
cの値を [ 1 ]として入力されました。
x = [ 0 ]
x = [ -1 ]

… Close enough.