Are pull-ups, push-ups, and squats enough to build a good and a healthy body?

Building a healthy body is more about diet than exercise.

Your body composition and overall health is more determined by what you put into it every single day, all day, than it is by what you do in the gym for an hour or two a few times a week.

With that said - This would not really be a good way to build a whole and balanced physique. There are too many muscle groups being neglected here.

Push-ups will work your chest/triceps - but what about your biceps and shoulders? The entirety of the deltoid is neglected here.

Pull-ups are fantastic for your forearms and lats - but they don't do much for your lower back, traps, or the overall thickness of the back.

Squats are the king of leg exercises - but many people find that they have a dominant muscle in the squat. For me it's my hamstrings...I have fuckin huge legs and a tiny flat ass that drives me crazy...some people squat all from their butt. So doing just one leg exercise can make it hard to develop the entire leg.

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