Looking to breathe new life into your training? Give these unique exercises a try, courtesy of Greg Plitt. We don’t recommend doing these every day, but if you’re looking to challenge yourself and have fun doing it, try adding a few to your next workout and testing your limits!
Greg, what type of diet do you follow? And what supplements are part of your daily routine?
I’ve been consistently working out while sticking to a great eating plan and was doing great in my weight-loss goals, but suddenly I don’t seem to be making any more progress. Any advice?
How long should a good workout be? My workouts are sometimes two hours, a few times a week, and I’m wondering if I might be overtraining.
I’m trying to lose weight. For optimum fat burning, how important is your heart rate level during a workout? How long does a target heart rate need to be sustained per workout in order to see results?
I get this question a lot: “I’m doing everything right, but not seeing results,” as if being in shape and having a body of desire is some God-given right. If only it were that simple.
I have a five-day split routine that works one body part per day and the entire body over the five-day period. My split is chest, back, shoulders, arms, legs with abdominals done at the end of each workout for 10 to 15 minutes.
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