“It is time to REDEFINE YOUR LIMITS,” Joe Donnelly says of this workout, which is the first week of the 500 series (500 reps per workout) summer strength and conditioning program from his pro football days.
Adjust according to your fitness level and goals. If you want focus more on your V-taper, in addition to these exercises you should also include pulldowns, wide-grip chin-ups, wide-grip pull-ups and pressing exercises such as dumbbell and military presses.
While I still enjoy strength training at the gym, there are many great benefits to taking your workout outside. Now that the weather is finally – hopefully – warming, here’s a list of why you should considering taking your workout outdoors.
You don’t build an award-winning six-pack by not making ab training a consistent part of your program, and Logan Franklin’s no different. While some may train abs a few times a week, IFBB pro, fitness model and personal trainer extraordinaire Logan Franklin takes his own unique approach, training abs every other day by adding two exercises at the end of each workout.
Steve Cook believes that one of the keys to building a classic X-frame physique isn’t just focusing on your strengths— it’s picking out your weak points and making those a priority above everything else. For this IFBB pro Physique champion, that usually means devoting an entire day to those areas, what Cook likes to call “weak point training.”
Three-time Men’s Physique Mr. Olympia winner Jeremy Buendia trains hard, as should be obvious with one look at him, but he doesn’t worry about training super heavy as he once did.
Most studies show that moderate drinkers are twice as likely to exercise regularly as non-drinkers. The results are consistent in men, women and different age groups.
Some SSRIs impair sexual performance more than others— according to a study led by Alireza Zahiroddin from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences in Iran.
Drinking more water promotes fat loss by decreasing food intake and promoting fat use— according to a literature review by Simon Thornton from University of Lorraine in Nancy, France.
A study led by Angela Genoni from Edith Cowan University in Perth, Australia found that overweight women consuming a Paleolithic diet for four weeks lost more weight than women consuming a traditional weight-loss diet.
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