If you find yourself stuck in a rut and not seeing the changes you want, stop and ask this question - what is the best workout you’re not doing?
Four minutes isn’t a long enough time to experience any meaningful results for a well-conditioned athlete, bodybuilder or weightlifter, let alone develop the aerobic system and result in anaerobic strength gains. Right? Not exactly.
Give your ab training your full attention and hit every area from different angles. I see a lot of people who are counting reps more than anything and not establishing the mind-muscle connection you need in order to grow.
You may be familiar with HIIT, you may not be familiar with Supramaximal Interval Training (SMIT), which may be a more effective training method for active individuals (HIIT or SMIIT is not designed for beginners) at improving fitness and performance.
He may only be 20 years old, bersonal trainer, men’s physique competitor and fitness model Jeff Seid clearly knows all about building wide, round shoulders. As Seid can attest, though, you need the right approach in order to make optimal gains. Here’s how he does it.
How do you lose that extra layer off your belly? You know that “spare tire” or the little bit of love that keeps hanging around the bottom of your stomach.
This workout is guaranteed to whip your ass, especially when you realize just how heavy 95 pounds suddenly feels on squats. The payoff, though, is worth it - so good luck.
The holidays are over, so now it's time to turn those post-eating stomach pains into some lean muscle gains. Here is a grueling HIIT circuit that is guaranteed to send your heart rate through the roof.
Good back development gives your body symmetry and adds stability and balance to your shoulder joints, which in turn prevents injury and overuse problems. Slippery Rock University scientists, led by Dr. J.C. Barlow, found that most athletes do not have balanced muscle development and are usually inflexible because they do only a few exercises and neglect the rest.
Let’s be honest, walking on a treadmill for an hour is about as exciting as a marathon debate on C-Span 2. That’s why when I post my fat burning workouts, I make sure to keep it fresh so it doesn’t get stale. You’ll never see, “Walk on a slight incline for an hour,” as my fat-burning workout of the day. I’m mixing methods, keeping it fresh and, most of all, keeping it intense.
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