Your success in life is not determined by how you start things, it’s about how you finish things! This workout will change you physically and mentally. On your way to 100 reps you will fail many times. In the moment of failure you must stay positive and continue going until you reach your goal. Before you start, think about where you were when you started this program and how much stronger you are now! Victory belongs to those who persevere!
Nothing crazy here. Just another killer leg workout with lots of volume. You are going to be tested on your squats today. Start off light and focus on form. You can always increase the weight on the squat bar if necessary. Remember to breathe and have fun!
Training chest and shoulders together is something I recently started doing. It makes sense, both incorporate push exercises and the only difference is the angle of the bench. Plus, when you train your chest you always use your shoulders, so why not hit both! Get it done!
Today’s workout is all about back and biceps. First, we are going to conquer your back muscles. Then, we are going to come in and finish your biceps off. Remember the trick I taught you earlier about pulling with your elbows instead of your hands. That will come in handy here. Let’s get to work!
This shoulder and arm workout is total destruction! I also threw you a curve ball at the very beginning of the workout. You see it all here: drop sets, supersets and tempo reps. You are going to have to give this all you got! No mercy!
Back with another killer leg workout. If you survived workout #19 then you know a little about what to expect here. Lots and lots of reps! If you are curious about why I love high reps on leg day it’s because legs are predominantly slow-twitch muscles, versus fast-twitch like your chest muscles. Slow-twitch muscles tend to respond best to higher volume and lower weight. Plus, I like knowing I’m reducing the risk of injury because of too much weight.
In the competition world they say ‘backs win shows’. Basically, this means that when you look at a group of fitness competitors from the front it’s hard to see any differences. But, when they all turn around and you see their backs the differences become very noticable! This back workout is designed to help you continue adding thickness and muscle density to your back so you can stand out if you ever step on stage!
Welcome to the ultimate chest workout! I designed this workout to incorporate a strategy called pre-exhaustion. Basically, you are doing isolation exercises first, then you move on to compound exercises. It’s like going into war with a handgun in the beginning, then finishing the war by pulling out a bazooka!