I have a million exercises in my database. That database is both literal and figurative. I have a huge spreadsheet of exercises and then of course I’ve got the ol’ brain. So, obviously I have to rely on the spreadsheet because I forget A LOT of stuff
Today I want to give you my top 51 exercises for getting lean, tight and totally bad ass. Check these out and make sure you add them into your training routine:
1-Arm DB Row
Barbell Overhead Press
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Cardio is lame. If you want to get kinda soft, waste a ton of time at the gym and be bored out of your mind then it’s awesome.
I’ve written about this before…..
So, I’ve made my point and today I want to give you the top seven ways to avoid cardio and get lean (and bad ass).
#1 Way to Avoid Cardio- Battling Ropes[youtube]RFeRCNLKHYk[/youtube]
#2 Way to Avoid Cardio- Agility Ladder[youtube]pZrlKlCQJ8w[/youtube]Continue reading
Hey, I hope you’re having a great week. This week has been all about Barbell Complexes. I want you to give these workouts a try because they are tough and they just flat out get you results. It’ll give your body a little different type of challenge and it’s a great complement to your regular strength workouts. Use these once or twice per week in place of traditional conditioning and you’ll see a huge increase in how your body looks and feels.
Here are the two complexes I shared with you earlier in the week….
Today I wanted to hook you up with a video of one of the most popular, and brutal, barbell complexes.
The Bear Complex is meant to be a quick hitter, tough and brutal using a pretty high load on the bar.
Here are the exercises:
Barbell complexes are one of my favorite tools for conditioning and strength. It’s a quick hitter of a training session, you can be done in 20-30 minutes and it can be totally tailored for any fitness level.
One of my favorite complexes (I’ve talked about this one before) is a full body session with five exercises.
Romanian Dead Lift (RDL)
Bent Over Row
Howdy from Vegas again!
Last night after our meetings my buddy AJ took us to a Cirque du Soleil show down on the strip. I have never been to one before and really had no idea what to expect, but it was freakin’ incredible.
Of course being a fitness professional I was totally impressed with the physiques on all the performers and some of their moves were absolutely unreal. At one point there was a guy suspended about 20 feet in the air on a skinny little pendulum thing, balancing upside down one one arm, basically in an inverted push up. It was nuts.
It’s Wednesday morning and I just finished up a training sesh at Gold’s Gym down the street.