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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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Split(ish) Routine

Split routines are a great way to critically train each part of your body, and turn all of your muscular weaknesses into strengths (pun intended). For the first series, I want you guys to train it for three weeks. That means, each workout will be completed 6 times; because you’ll be doing each twice a…

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Beginners Guide to Middle-aged Fitness

Prologue This is an introductory workout, diet, and weight loss program; meaning this is what we need to do to get you started! The routine should suffice for about a month, at which point you should re-evaluate your current level of health, goals, and amount of time that you can spend exercising. This workout is…

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The Complete Split Routine

In this entry, I’ve compiled a Split Routine that focuses on training each muscle group to its kinetic capacity. Remember to bring a spreadsheet so that you can keep track of each amount of weight you use for every exercise. If you’re hitting the high end of the rep range, the next workout you have…

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