If you’re a boss on the bench but struggle on squats, this workout could get interesting. But that’s what makes this fun. We’re making your weaknesses your strengths and getting you shredded at the same time.
Check out this raw, upper-body bodyweight routine that truly stems from a prison workout. This will definitely get you jailhouse strong and ripped, and what we’re going to do doesn’t get more bare bones than this.
It doesn’t take a keen observer to know that abs are one of those muscle groups people just can’t get enough of when it comes to training, improving and getting dialed in. It’s been that way for a long time and I’m definitely in the group who is always impressed when I see someone who has a peeled midsection and is rocking thick abs.
After pounding the weights Monday through Friday, I wanted to find a workout that allowed me to “master my bodyweight.” I studied a variety of methods, borrowed some intense and very cool concepts, and the end product is my “1,000-Rep Workout.” And, yes, that’s three zeros you just read. This certainly isn’t for the faint of heart.
Now that the IFBB Men’s Physique Division schedule is in full swing, getting peeled and hitting the stage with skin as thin as tissue paper takes on extra meaning. Even if you’re not up there in board shorts, the warmer weather is beginning to make itself known and there’s no time like the present to start showing some striations in your pecs.
Time is of the essence, right? And we all seem to come up with excuses to skip the gym from time to time. But that doesn't mean you have to be sedentary that day. Give up even a few precious minutes and you can get the job done – more than you think. Here's a 'quickie' but one that will burn some fat and also work those abs.
Cory Gregory is one of the most unique stories in the fitness industry today. A former underground coal miner, Cory diligently saved money to start his first small gym. He opened it when he turned 20 and, in the last 14 years, has seen every aspect of the fitness industry.
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