A blog that will simply keep track of my strength/fitness and health/wellness goals and my lifting regime for any given day, occasional body measurement updates, some advice or personal opinions and experiences regarding certain aspects of strength/fitness/health/nutrition, and maybe some inspiring or motivational pictures, videos, and quotes. I suppose I'm doing this more for myself than anything else, so I can keep my routines organized and see what works best for me, through being able to look back at everything I've done and the success and progress that I've had. But, I'm also looking to help or inspire others as well, who are also looking to improve their body or strength levels and overall physical fitness or athletic abilities. For me, it's not about starting and finishing, its about starting and continuing - since "finishing" suggests that you will bring it to a stop. I don't plan on stopping. I plan on improving even more, day in and day out.

 


Renegade Rows!
Planks!
Side Planks!
Hanging Leg Raises!
Vertical Knee Raises!
Lying Leg Raises!
Bodysaws!
Deadlift!
Squat!
Dragon Breathes!
Medicine Ball Slams!
Kettlebell/T-Handle Swings!
Overhead Dumbbell Swings!
Lifeline USA Power Wheel Knee Tucks w/ Ankle Weights!
Lifeline USA Power Wheel Hand Walks w/ Weighted Vest!
Maybe some Pallof Presses!
Maybe some Bent-Presses!
Maybe some Dumbbell Side Bends!
& Even bicep curls!
Also be sure to include some time
on an inversion chair
or doing back bridges
in order to stretch and strengthen
your spine
and reaffirm good posture.
No crunches necessary for a fantastic looking,
strong-looking and feeling, functional core!
Similarly,
you will never be able to see your abs
if there is a layer of subcutaneous fat covering the muscles
or an abundance of visceral fat between your organs!
So you must lose fat
in order for your abs to be revealed.
This means proper diet,
STRENGTH TRAINING, and some cardio -
preferably sprint intervals.
Why?
Ever seen a sprinter’s abs?
Yes?
Cool.
Ever seen a marathon runner’s abs?
Yes?
Cool.
Now compare,
and then go sprint.
Strengthening your abs,
and increasing their size and density,
however,
will enable your abs to be visible
at higher bodyfat percentages -
and once the bodyfat percentages get lower
they will definitely pop out
even more
& you’ll be ready to show your hard work
and dedication off at the beach in no time.
Work that core!

Renegade Rows!

Planks!

Side Planks!

Hanging Leg Raises!

Vertical Knee Raises!

Lying Leg Raises!

Bodysaws!

Deadlift!

Squat!

Dragon Breathes!

Medicine Ball Slams!

Kettlebell/T-Handle Swings!

Overhead Dumbbell Swings!

Lifeline USA Power Wheel Knee Tucks w/ Ankle Weights!

Lifeline USA Power Wheel Hand Walks w/ Weighted Vest!

Maybe some Pallof Presses!

Maybe some Bent-Presses!

Maybe some Dumbbell Side Bends!

& Even bicep curls!

Also be sure to include some time

on an inversion chair

or doing back bridges

in order to stretch and strengthen

your spine

and reaffirm good posture.

No crunches necessary for a fantastic looking,

strong-looking and feeling, functional core!

Similarly,

you will never be able to see your abs

if there is a layer of subcutaneous fat covering the muscles

or an abundance of visceral fat between your organs!

So you must lose fat

in order for your abs to be revealed.

This means proper diet,

STRENGTH TRAINING, and some cardio -

preferably sprint intervals.

Why?

Ever seen a sprinter’s abs?

Yes?

Cool.

Ever seen a marathon runner’s abs?

Yes?

Cool.

Now compare,

and then go sprint.

Strengthening your abs,

and increasing their size and density,

however,

will enable your abs to be visible

at higher bodyfat percentages -

and once the bodyfat percentages get lower

they will definitely pop out

even more

& you’ll be ready to show your hard work

and dedication off at the beach in no time.

Work that core!

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