Full Body with a Slight Chance of Core

By Nick | March 31, 2014

For all of my full body fans that have either plateaued or fallen asleep doing your old boring workout, search no further. Please plan accordingly; you will need about 30 minutes after the workout to gather yourself so that you won’t topple over like the Titanic on your way to the showers. This one targets…

Heart Stopping Arms

By Nick | February 10, 2014

I’ve put this masterpiece together to destroy your arms and your lungs. At the end of this exercise you may pass out from dehydration; mostly because you can’t bring the water bottle to the lips of your mouth. Please note the way this workout is intended to be completed! You are supposed to get through…

Everyday Core

By Nick | February 9, 2014

A quick core workout while still emphasizing abdominals-so you can achieve a 6-pack and have a functional core.       1. Legs Raised Crunches – 50 reps 2. Circular Leg Raises – 15 clockwise, then counter-clockwise 3. Reverse Crunches (knees to chest instead of chest to knees) – 50 reps 4. Toe Touch Crunches…

Full Body Strength Training Workout

By Nick | January 28, 2014

A quick full-body workout with a tough set of abs to finish it off. Instead of changing the body part each exercise, this hits each muscle group in succession to tear whatever muscle fibers are left standing. Since we’re hitting these muscles hard right away, be sure to warm up amply; a few laps, some…

Split Routine While Cutting Weight

By Nick | January 11, 2014

Split routines are great for weak point training and are fantastic when cutting weight for the beach season; so, I’ve created a split routine that isn’t very time consuming because you are supposed to be doing cardio at the conclusion of each workout. This one is split into 6 days, which may be more than…

In this Trick, 2lbs of Sweat Will Appear

By Nick | January 4, 2014

A fantastic workout for days when you’re snowed-in, or don’t feel like going all the way across town for the gym. All you need is a deck of cards, and a few dumbbells. If you’re short on dumbbells, you can improvise with a heavy backpack, or something of that nature. You play with a full…

The Importance of Forearm Training

By Nick | January 4, 2014

Fingertip push-ups aren’t a part of everyone’s training, but I find many gym rats under-train or flat-out-ignore strength training their forearms in general. The opinions of workout-aholics is usually along the lines of ‘using free weights is enough exercise,’ and this can prove problematic. Problems of Underdevelopment For mass-building training, it is necessary to exercise with…

Completing the Second Circuit

By Nick | January 2, 2014

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…

Chest Assault

By Anthony | December 31, 2013

This is a personal workout that I have completed many times. From my experience, it will absolutely destroy every muscle fiber in your chest. Every exercise will consist of drop and pyramids sets with the repetitions being until failure.  The weight I am giving in my examples is just the weight I use. Weight used…

Drop Sets and Pyramids

By Anthony | December 29, 2013

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…