Today we are going to train chest! It’s very important to know the exercises that are safe and effective for training chest as women! It is a common muscle group I hear a lot of women skip, but that’s a mistake.
This week, I want to put you through a great abdominal workout! When it comes to ab muscles, you need to train them in a similar way to all your other muscle groups—excessive ab workouts is not the way to go.
Follow my quad routine for maximum muscle hypertrophy, and I'll give you the exact weight I used during my quad workout. You can adjust weight to avoid injury, but if you like to train heavy, load it up! ;) You will experience some serious delayed onset muscle soreness 24 to 48 hours later! Woo woo!
Today we are going to get an intense hamstring workout in. By following these two exercises, performing 7 sets each, your hamstrings will be smoked! Hamstring development is so important for a balanced leg and symmetrical physique.
This week we are talking about calf training! I love getting my calves pumped so full of blood you have to waddle to your next machine!
It’s time to train some legs! I want to discuss training quads today. We've gone through quads before but there are so many ways to change up your routine! You don't want to get stuck in a rut and lose your drive to train hard and heavy.
This week we are training back in giant sets! The key to giant sets is not the amount of weight being lifted, but the quality of contraction and ensuring that as much blood as possible is being driven into the muscle.
When training triceps, it is important to keep resistance on them the entire set to maximize muscle hypertrophy. It is so easy to cheat when training them, so really focus on the muscle during the set to get the results you want.
Keeping a clean and healthy diet is so important in achieving abs, but having proper training techniques to actually engage your abdominal muscles is just as important in developing the desired six-pack look.
Get a total body workout with IFBB Pro and 2013 Governor's Cup Champion, Heather Dees!
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