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In this workout, I have chosen ten of the most effective multi-joint exercises for muscle hypertrophy goals using a chair, a Yoga Block, and your body. Working with bodyweight only can not only give variety to your fitness plan but it can teach you how to use more muscular effort when we exercise. An exercise is not about watching a weight move, but allowing the weight to cause your muscles to contract better.
This workout will help you practice control as you work on performing better contractions. Experience a variety of moving and non-moving exercises in this challenging routine. Each exercise will be taught in a slow, methodical manner so that you can practice contracting your muscles and working on your overall form.
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.
This resistance training routine uses a stability ball as a platform for muscle growth. The ball can act as an amazing tool to help support the joints, add resistance, and cause us to have to react to the moving surface. It is considered to be an unstable surface, but it can also make exercise...