There are a couple of key issues with the typical leg workout. First, most leg workouts only work in the sagittal plane, but want to make sure we’re also including exercises that work in the transverse and frontal planes. Second, we want to make sure we’re working ALL the muscle groups including smaller ones. Don’t let anyone mislead you. While the Squat is a GREAT exercise, you can’t develop all the muscles optimally with JUST that exercise.
It IS possible to be successful with body recomposition without bulking and cutting. I’m going to explain how if you train and eat the correct way, you can burn fat and build muscle simultaneously and stay ripped year-round.
One of the largest muscle groups of the lower body, the glutes support compound movements like squats and deadlifts. Do you feel like you're doing all the things you should be, but nothing is helping with glute growth?
I’m going to tell you exactly what you need to do to get AND stay ripped year-round. There are 5 key things you need to pay attention to if you want to achieve this.
I’m going to show you a full-body dumbbell workout to get the most out of the dumbbells you have at home, including the exact exercises to do, the sets, reps, and rest times. One dumbbell, a pair of dumbbells, lighter weight, heavier weights, or adjustable dumbbells…it doesn’t matter.
Sprints help you lose unwanted body fat and help build muscle at the same time because they work fast-twitch muscle fibers. Sprint workouts burn more fat in a short period of time. Just 3 minutes of sprints can burn up to 300 calories!