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The goal of this workout is hypertrophy/growth of the muscles of the lower body. We will accomplish this with a high repetition routine using resistance that allows us to engage or "squeeze" our muscles for better contractions. The goal is to train the quad, thigh, glute, hip, and calf areas.
Section one is all dumbbells. Exercises include variations of squats, lunges, and RDLs.
Section two is all Thigh bands, with squats, hip flexion, hip abduction, and extension exercises for the hips.
Section three is bodyweight training with luges, squats, and ballet/yoga infused bodyweight exercises.
The combination of these exercises allow for sufficient recovery to challenge back muscles and move with a consistent pace.
The goal of this workout is hypertrophy/growth of the muscles of the back. We will accomplish this with a high repetition routine using resistance that allows us to engage or "squeeze" our muscles for better contractions. Work the spinal erectors and rear shoulder muscles both as movers in thre...
This full body workout features a ten exercise circuit format as we move from one challenge to the next with two sets each. Exercises are complementary in nature so that one side can rest while the other is working. It is recommended to use both a lighter and heavier set of dumbbells to get the...
When we think of hypertrophy training, it usually involves both sides of our body's limbs moving together. However, when we only move from one side, the other has to brace itself and assist nearby joints for the structure to be stable enough to create the exercise.