Looking for a grueling shoulder press workout? Look no further. This will absolutely bury your shoulders and leave you with that fire in your arms that just keeps on burning!
Whether or not we want to admit it, a lot of conclusions can be made about somebody who has muscular and toned arms. So how do we get these impressive-looking arms without spending hours doing bicep curls in front of the mirror?
We all like a good challenge, and we all love a great ripped abs workout, right? Awesome. I’ve combined the two of them to give you the 1,000-Rep Ripped Abs Challenge.
February 2016 FitnessRx For Men cover model and men’s physique pro Sergi Constance takes you through the ins and outs of his shoulder workout.
There’s a reason why shoulders are such an important muscle group to train and build - from all angles. Whether you are standing from the front, the side or the back, if you don’t train your delts correctly you will never be able to see the three dimensionality of your physique.
One of the questions I hear a lot of other trainers get is “Can we do a really cool bodyweight-only workout that can get me really muscular and jacked?” My answer in one word-no. That’s the bad news. Now before everyone asks to have me burned at the stake for speaking heresy, let me explain.
Sadik Hadzovic has quickly made a name for himself as one of the top competitors in the IFBB’s Men’s Physique division. One of the staples of his world-class physique? Wide, round shoulders, one of the most important areas of focus for anyone training to build the ultimate v-taper physique.
Arnold was a volume fanatic, as you may have seen in the movie “Pumping Iron.” He trained his chest as often as three days a week, and used a six-days-on/one-day-off, double-split routine throughout much of his professional career. What people don’t know is that Arnold would often train his back on the same day as chest. He loved doing exercises that increased his training volume, and was known to do lots of supersets.
The concept of being exceptionally lean and tight all year long seems about as realistic as time travel to most of us. But for champion Men’s Physique athlete and fitness model Casey Christopher, having a shredded six-pack all the time is simply a way of life.
I see too many people simply going to the gym, lifting heavy objects up and down, with no tempo control, using poor range of motion, not really even knowing what they are doing, or why. And they are missing out on a huge part of the muscle-building equation.
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