Men’s Health Full Dumbbell Body Blast

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Men’s Health Full Body Dumbbell Blast is easy and effective.  Lately I haven’t had a lot of time to do my regular workouts.  In order to maintain what I’ve worked so hard to achieve I’ve been researching what I’m calling, short but sweat workouts.  Patrick Striet, owner of Force Fitness & Performance in Cincinnati Ohio came up with this lean mean fat burning workout.

This workout delivers and is easy to remember whether  you’re at home or in the gym.  All you need are some dumbbells and a bucket of will.

Check out Patrick’s gym if you live in Cincinnati.

Great article on EPOC

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What is EPOC? Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC, informally called afterburn) is a measurably increased rate of oxygen intake following strenuous activity intended to erase the body’s “oxygen debt.” Basically it helps you burn more calories by increasing your Metabolic Rate for a duration of time after you work out with high intensity  training. By getting more oxygen into your system your increasing your body’s energy expenditure, allowing you to burn more fat. Workouts like the Spartacus Workout One and Two, the Kick Ass Body weight workout and the 125 challenge do exactly that. Check the workouts and check out the article and get some EPOCH today.

Kick Ass Body Weight Workout

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I received numerous emails asking me to share, create or find a workout that doesn’t require the use of weights. Well here it is,  “The Kick Ass Bodyweight Workout”.
This workout will raise your heart rate and make you sweat.
It focuses on your core and burns fat, so make sure you’re in good condition to do this.  Monitoring your heart rate is important because if it’s too high you could pass out or have a heart attack.  If it’s too low you’re not burning calories.

Check out this link for calculating your heart rate and getting the most out of your training.

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/exercise-intensity/SM00113/NSECTIONGROUP=2

The Kick Ass Bodyweight Work is made up of eight exercises.
Some of the exercises you have seen before in the Spartacus workout.
They are just too good not to add to the routine.

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MEN’S HEALTH SPARTACUS 2.O WORKOUT

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Men’s Health Spartacus 2.0 Workout

Men’s Health and Rachel Cosgrove have done it again!
Another ass kicking, muscle sculpting workout!

The routine  is a total of 10 exercises.
The way it works is in two steps.
Step 1:
5 Exercises:
1. Dumbbell Hang Pull
2. Offset Dumbbell Reverse Lunge
(Perform this exercise on one side your body.  Switch sides after each circuit.)
3. Single-arm Dumbbell Swing
(Perform this exercise on one side your body.  Switch sides after each circuit.)
4. Thrusters
5. Single-leg, Single-arm Underhand-grip Dumbbell Row
(Perform this exercise on one side your body.  Switch sides after each circuit.)
Perform each exercise for 40 seconds do as many reps as you can.
Rest for 20 seconds then move on to the next exercise.
Repeat for two circuits then rest 2 minutes, then repeat for  2 more circuits.
After you have completed 4 circuits total move on to Step 2.

Step 2:
5 Exercises
1. Dumbbell Chop
(Perform this exercise on one side your body.  Switch sides after each circuit.)
2. Plank Walkup to Pushup
3. Rotational Dumbbell Straight-leg Deadlift
(Perform this exercise on one side your body.  Switch sides after each circuit.)
4. Squat Thrusts
5. Jump Squat
Perform each exercise for 40 seconds do as many reps as you can.
Rest for 20 seconds then move on to the next exercise.
Repeat for two circuits then rest 2 minutes, then repeat for  2 more circuits.
After you have completed 4 circuits total you have completed Spartacus 2.0!

Just in case the above is confusing I have outline example of what a full Circuit should look like.

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Human Trainer Suspension Gym Review

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The Human Trainer Suspension Gym is versatile fitness equipment that uses your own body weight to create resistance to give you a full body
workout. You can lift as little or as much as you can by changing the angle of your body. It allows you to switch from one exercise to another without consuming allot of your workout time. With a simple adjustment of the detachable handle to any one of the five rings on the main strap and you’re on to the next exercise. With it’s unique dual strap design you can perform dips, chin-ups and pull-ups. What I appreciate about the Human Trainer Suspension Gym is that it doesn’t take up a lot of room. It’s lightweight and portable so you can travel with it. It also has an attachment so it can be used outdoors.

I really enjoyed the Human Trainer and give it 5 out of 5 stars.

If your thinking about getting a suspension gym for your home or business. The Human Trainer will give you more value and challenge your body by delivering more exercises, that are unavailable with other suspension gyms.

 

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2 x Main straps, 2 x Door Anchor, 4 x Handles, 2 x Foot craddle, 1 x Handbook, 1 x Travel Bag, 2 x Ceiling Mounts and Hardware, 2 x Versa Hooks, 2 x Ab Slings,
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