Workout Tips & Advice

Triceps Extensions with Rings

Triceps Extensions with Rings

Firm Your Arms

It seems that time has a way of turning firm arms into soft arms. The posterior arms and especially the triceps area seem prone to losing their tone. To make things even worse, fat just loves to accumulate on the back of the arms, and this tendency can make an otherwise average conditioned upper arm appear to be further out of shape than it really is.

Explosive Plyometric Training

Explosive Plyometric Training

Get Toned, Leaner and Stronger

Plyometric training is more than simply jumping up and down to improve vertical leap performance. This form of training, when performed correctly, can induce tremendous improvements in muscle tone and shape that, when combined with intense resistance training, can potently improve overall fitness and make you leaner, tighter and stronger.

Punch-outs for Shapely Arms

Punch-outs for Shapely Arms

Tighten and Tone Your Triceps

Fat just loves to accumulate on the backs of the arms. This tendency can make an upper arm appear to be more out of shape than it really is, and this problem is only accentuated as one gets older. But there is no need to have an arm like a senior citizen well before your time.

Lower Body Tush Toner

Lower Body Tush Toner

Circuit Workout With Exercise Ball

People think you need gym equipment to really hit that lower body, but I am here to prove to you that that is not the case. In fact, you don't need much to get a lower body booty burn! Let me take you through this workout— and let me know what you think!

Fiber Type Training

Fiber Type Training

The Most Effective Way to Work the Glutes

The glutes are the powerhouse of the human body. They’re essential for running faster, jumping higher, throwing farther and lifting heavier. Therefore, it’s obvious that the gluteus maximus consists of a very high percentage of fast-twitch muscle fibers, right? Think again.

Top 5 Ab-sculpting Moves

Top 5 Ab-sculpting Moves

Why Squats & Deadlifts Aren’t Enough

In this article, I’m first going to show you why the common claim that “heavy squats and deadlifts are all you need to train your abs and obliques,” doesn’t make scientific sense when we look at the relevant evidence, and defies common sense when we look at how barbell squats and deadlifts apply load to the torso. Then I’m going to share with you five of my top abdominal and oblique training exercises.

Remodeling Your Back

Remodeling Your Back

Hyperextensions with Dumbbell Lateral Raises

One of the beautiful things about the hyperextension with dumbbell lateral raise is that almost every fiber in the back is activated in this exercise while also activating the hamstrings along the way. This exercise will help your posture, strengthen your lower and middle back, and improve the quality of your entire upper body