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.
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.
HIIT training is a series of short bursts of maximum intensity followed by a short period of recovery. The key words here are MAXIMUM INTENSITY, a concept that seems to be foreign to even the most respected fitness professionals out there today.
Don’t go by someone else’s book of what maximum intensity should be, and don’t define it by some arbitrary speed limit set on a treadmill. It does not matter if you are 20 years old or 50 years old. We all have our own level of maximum intensity.
Advice from Joe Donnelly on how to split up your training to achieve the best results.
Joe Donnelly breaks down the ins and outs of post workout nutrition to help you gain muscle and burn body fat.
In this video, Joe Donnelly demonstrates two exercises to isolate the rear delts and a talks through the most important coaching points for training your shoulders.
Joe Donnelly demonstrates two exercises to target the medial delts and a talks through some of the most important coaching points for training your shoulders.
Joe Donnelly demonstrates how to use the Prowler Sled as a form of HIIT cardio - one of the best ways to blast away body fat.
Joe Donnelly addresses some popular muscle-building myths: Does fasted cardio burn more fat, the effectiveness of HIIT vs steady state cardio, does eating small meals every 2-3 hours boost your metabolic rate and more.
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