Arms

Completing the Second Circuit

Another addition to full-body circuit training. Like the first one, be sure to record your times, weights, and reps so you can increase the difficulty on your next workout. I would recommend this be done 2-3 times a week, but that’s up to you and what you want to accomplish in fitness! The idea behind…

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Drop Sets and Pyramids

A common mistake many weight trainers make is doing the same exercise, at the same weight, for the same amount of repetitions, each, and every time. The problem with this is that many weight trainers hit what is called a plateau (a point where gains have come to a screeching halt). By changing up your…

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Biceps and Triceps Workout

A quick workout- but it’s as tough as you make it. Turn up the intensity and really push yourself for those last reps, and you’ll get a fantastic pump. Just because there are less sets, doesn’t mean it’s less of a workout.   Exercise Rep Range 1. Twisting Curls* 3 sets 8, 10, 6 2.…

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Plyometrics and Calisthenics: Friends of the Gymless Fit-natic

This is a version of an at-home bootcamp, for all those who don’t have a gym to call home. However, you can still do this Calisthenics at the gym, or even if you’re on vacation/business trip and you don’t want to lose all that progress you’ve made. Enjoy! This workout can be done 3-4 times a…

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Extension and Contraction Split Training

Not entirely a full body workout, and not entirely a split routine. It’s a split between the muscles that are extending and contracting… so, it’s like a half-body workout? Ready to start training? Anyway, this is for people who are trying to maintain AND make gains in muscular strength, it just depends on how hard…

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Training For Athletics – Volleyball

This workout is for volleyball enthusiasts. Anyone training for varsity, club, or intramural volleyball should give this a shot! The results will improve your jump, the power behind your spikes, your agility in lateral motion, and the cardiovascular endurance necessary for Volleyball. Enjoy! Volleyball Circuit Training Premise – Everyone has a station, and you’re at…

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Bring Your AED

Hope you brought your inhalers, because this full-body routine relies on cardio, muscular endurance, and a lot of motivation. Something to note- drop sets. If you can, view this video; it’s only a few second. If you cannot, I’ve done my best to explain them. Good luck viewers, good luck. -30 pull ups preferably on…

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Larger Than Life

For all of my power thirsty, D-Cup readers out there- here is your new workout. It’s a split routine, so you decide how to grow. My suggestion is grouping antagonistic routines so you can hit them twice in a week; which is how I outlined the routine: Chest and Back Mondays and Fridays Warm- up…

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Completing the Circuit

I am personally a big fan of circuit training; it functions as a way to improve your overall conditioning, and not strength in specific areas (I’ve also written an article comparing the full body vs. split routines, check it out!). This is one of many to come!   Weight Training- Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday Warm-up: 2…

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Arms – Round 3

If you want to make you arm look like it swallowed a small child whole, fight through to finish of the last round of the Split(ish) Training Program! Make sure you wear a shirt that you wouldn’t mind if the sleeves accidentally tear.   Exercise Rep Range 1a. Twisting Curls 4 sets TRISET 15, 10,…

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