This week I want you to alternate sets between Exercise 1 & 2, then 3 & 4, and then 5 & 6. Rather than doing the exercises superset style however, rest between every set. Note that when alternating between Exercises 3 & 4 you’ll finish your fourth set on Exercise 3 last, before moving on to exercises 5 & 6.
This weeks first exercise, the Pullover & Press, works the back with the Pullover and the Chest with the Press. For legs, even though I’ve removed the Barbell Squat this week, it’ll be tough with two different kinds of Lunge Exercises. Enjoy!Exercise – Sets/Reps
Exercise – Sets/Reps 1. Lateral Raises – 3/11
Arm extended, but elbow unlocked to help prevent shoulder impingement. 2. Assisted Pull Up– 3/11
Use close grip with palms facing each other to emphasize Biceps. 3. Barbell Squat – 4/11
Because admit it, you did Barbell Bench Press last week instead.
Brought to you by the Integrated Health & Fitness Academy. Exercise – Sets/Reps 1. Lat Pull Down – 2/17
Always pull down in front, less risk for injury and up to 30% more muscle activation! 2. Dumbell Shoulder Press – 2/17
Palms face forward to help isolate shoulder and benefit posture. 3. Barbell Squat – 4/17
One of the IHFA Top 10 barbell exercises on the planet!
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This workout can be done with just your body weight OR add up to 20 pound dumbbells (5-8 pounds for beginners) to grow a little more muscle. 20 Sumo Squats50 Jumping Jacks20 Alternating Front Lunges20 Alternating Back Lunges10 Jump Squats20 SkatersRecover for 30-60 seconds50 Bridge Hips Lifts20 Straight Leg Reverse Planks10 Broad Jumps20 Walking LungesLight jog for 3 minutes