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Levels & Difficulty Each workout of each day has three levels of difficulty: I, II and III. If you are new to exercise or you haven’t done any training in a long while you should start this program on Level I. Level III is the hardest level of difficulty and can be pretty challenging to complete. Note: If you can’t do more than two consecutive push-ups, perform knee push-ups instead of push-ups during the course of this program: Before You Start Look over the workout for the day and make sure you understand all of the exercises illustrated so it doesn’t slow you down once you have started. If you are not sure how to perform an exercise, Google it. Download a stopwatch app for your mobile or find a kitchen timer for workouts that require you to time the exercises (e.g. planks) and for challenges. .