Looking at the ripped musculature of Ben Booker, it would be easy to assume he slaves away at an hour or two of cardio every day to keep the body fat away. Shockingly, he does far less— actually, none!
The external obliques and serratus muscles that make up a big part of our core. They get indirectly trained whenever we do any type of standing exercise or during bigger compound movements, but isolating them will truly bring out the detail you have been looking for in your core.
Your routine is no different from the other guys in the gym, right? Every training session is all about the chest, arms and legs. Falling into this routine is all too common for serious lifters and bodybuilders but your back needs love too. The fact of the matter is, a strong back not only improves your appearance by helping you achieve that “V”shaped physique, it also greatly improves posture and helps with your other lifts – including the bench press!
The V-Taper. It’s the look most of us strive for and one of the most common goals when we begin working out. We all want to achieve that narrow waist and wide shoulders that create the illusion of size, even if we aren’t 220 pounds of solid muscle.
Dieting, abdominal exercises, and aerobics play a part in developing fit, firm and lean abdominal muscles, but each method by itself is not enough to give you the midsection you want. The Super Ab-Core Workout is a comprehensive approach that will trim inches from your waist, build a powerful and functional core and help you develop a lean, athletic-looking body.
For this workout, the idea is to pick a weight that you can hit the rep range for every set without having to reduce weight at the end because you are gassed. For example, on bench press we start off with 4 sets of 25 reps.
It’s truly not too late to salvage your summer. You can get appreciably fitter, stronger, and more defined in a matter of a few weeks with some dedication and sweat equity. Just take these four steps to get started.
Just like most of you, I love chest day! It was the first thing that got me hooked on weightlifting years ago. I can remember it like it was yesterday, a pyramid set in my high school gym. With my 115 pound frame and 200-pound ego, I was quickly put in my place. After experiencing that struggle and pain I knew weightlifting was always going to be part of my life.
If you’ve tried just about everything but still seeing the results you want, we may have the answer: Time under tension is the key to building muscle and promoting muscle protein synthesis.
I am always looking for ways to challenge myself, improve my workout and perfect my physique. This desire to constantly improve is what raises questions in my mind like, “What happens when I curl the 45lb bench bar for 100 reps in a row?” One day, I decided to answer that question, and the answer was an insane pump like I’ve never felt before.
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