Unlike most fitness trends that come and go, HIIT, which pairs performing high-intensity work (exercise) intervals with low-to-moderate intensity work (exercise) recovery phases, isn’t going anywhere because it’s based on a solid foundation of research demonstrating its powerful benefits. Put simply, according to current research, HIIT yields a broader range of health, performance and fat-loss benefits in less time with fewer sessions than the traditional approach of emphasizing continuous, steady-state, cardio exercise.
Two of the most common questions I receive regarding glute training is, “How do I target my upper glutes?” and “How do I target my lower glutes?” The answer to these question is somewhat complicated.
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.
You know indoor cycling is a great cardio workout, but did you also know you can use the bike to build your glutes and also work your core?
Correctly performed squats dramatically increase leg strength and power, enhancing athletic performance while also stimulating growth of lean muscle mass in the lower body. It is generally accepted that squats increase muscular strength over the longer term by boosting muscle hypertrophy and increasing the number of connections between motor neurons and muscle cells for greater muscular contractile force.
Ready for a workout that will give you flat abs? Great— then you need to start adding in suspension training to your regimen.
Lace up the shoes and get ready for four moves that will get you that flat stomach we all desire! This one requires zero equipment and can be done right in your living room.
Squats are notorious for building strong, athletic backsides. But with so many different squat variations in existence such as goblet squats, box squats, front squats, high bar back squats, low bar back squats, Zercher squats, overhead squats, sumo squats and kneeling squats, many individuals wonder which types of squats they should be performing to maximize glute development.
With this full-body workout, you will target the entire body from top to bottom, making the most out of the little time you have. Go through each exercise, then repeat the circuit. If you are feeling up to it and want the extra burn, repeat the circuit two times. I promise, you will fall in love with how this one makes you feel not only during the workout, but all day long! Dig deep and have fun!
One of the best ways to manage your overall calorie intake and your sugar levels is to have a strategic workout that will do a few things.