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The Bare Bones playlist is designed for individuals who find it challenging to schedule a workout during their busy days and want a low-cost, yet effective routine to stay fit. The workouts in this playlist focus on combining calisthenics and plyometrics to provide a comprehensive workout. You will only require two basic pieces of equipment: a jump rope and a cushioned exercise mat (or towel in place of a fitness mat).

The playlist includes Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced-level workouts.

It is important to note that all Beginner workouts are exclusively in the Bare Bones playlist!

If you are just starting and find Beginner-level workouts too challenging; pay close attention to the Modifier exercises within each Beginner workout.

Modifiers are more accessible exercise alternatives (i.e., knee push-ups instead of regular push-ups, etc).


The Home Gym workouts are designed for people with busy schedules who don't mind investing in workout equipment such as dumbbells, kettlebells, exercise balls, and more. In these workouts, you will find me using weighted jump ropes, which can be a bit expensive but help increase the intensity of the workouts significantly.

Please note that this playlist only contains Intermediate and Advanced-level workouts that involve rigorous and complex resistance training. If you find any exercises too challenging, switch to the exercises in the Bare Bones playlist and gradually build your way up.


The Nomad playlist is ideal for men who are unable or choose not to perform heavy weightlifting or complex plyometrics and calisthenics. Whether you are an older gentleman who lacks the physical capability you had in your younger years or just seeking a workout that balances the Bare Bones and Home Gym routines, the Nomad playlist is perfect for you.

Unlike the other two playlists, the Nomad playlist focuses on resistance band exercises. As we age, our bone health's demolition process begins to outpace the reconstruction process, leading to bone deterioration and weakness over time.

Resistance bands provide resistance training for people of all ages that don't exert too much stress on the body while still enabling some moderate weight-bearing activities. By combining resistance bands with a jump rope, you can create a complete workout routine that can be done anywhere at a fraction of the cost of a typical gym membership.

Studies have shown that participating in weight-bearing activities that stimulate bone formation can strengthen bones over time, particularly in areas such as the hips and spine. Jumping rope is one such activity that can help build stronger bones through impact-loading.

However, jumping rope may not be everyone's preferred exercise method. Therefore, the Nomad playlist was created while keeping this in mind.

You will find various Modifier exercises throughout these workouts, which can help reduce difficulty and provide more options if you prefer to do something else, such as jumping jacks instead of skipping rope.

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