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Progression overload is the key concept to build strength and muscles. In weightlifting, it is simple, just stack more weights. to overload the muscles. In calisthenics though, it becomes more interesting. We will have to decrease the leverage by changing body position to make the move harder. Because we have only one weight to use — our bodyweight.
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