There are many athletes who don’t practice a solid nutrition plan but still display well defined abs. The key to ab visibility is a combination of development and low body fat.
In this video, Kyle Clarke demonstrates one of his go-to circuits for a great chest pump when you are pressed for time.
Long gone are the days when you can use the excuse of, “I don’t have time to work out.” With this 10-minute AMRAP [as many reps as possible circuit], I’ve taken away that excuse.
I used my “15-minute outdoor track workout for busy people” template. Yes, I said 15 minutes. That was all I needed to get a great, full-body and kick-butt workout in. By the end of this workout, I was dripping in sweat and bursting with energy from the endorphins. Check it out.
There is still plenty of summer left, and with the warm weather upon us, this is the perfect time to switch it up and add a great bodyweight workout to your weekly routine.
Ready for bigger pecs and biceps aka the “beach muscles”? Whether or not you will admit it, we all want these muscles. Especially when it comes to the beach season.
I came up with this chest workout last year while I was preparing for a photo shoot and I absolutely fell in love with it. It hits every part of the chest, it makes you sweat and it’s a very fast and efficient way to make your chest pop out of your shirt.
Fitness is one of the most powerful things we have control of in our lives. It can take you to places you’ve never imagined, and it can take you out of situations you never want to be in. Here is a true story of how fitness did just that.
Here are four ways you can break a sweat for sure while doing biceps curls. By incorporating more movements, you work different muscles and hit your upper body at various angles, creating an environment where you get bigger arms.
Deadlifts are one of the best ways to build the posterior chain, targeting everything from the upper traps down to the hamstrings. Bottom line - if you want to be build a big, powerful backside, you need to be doing deadlift variations regularly.
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