Same swole song, different verse. Hit this bodybuilding workout hard on the second week of the ‘micro-cycle’, amp the weights up by 5-10 lbs each. Maintain your form, feel that deluge of blood in your muscleveins (one word, it’s a real word).
Make some time to watch “Pumping Iron”– an hour and a half documentary chronicling bodybuilding in the glory days of the 1970’s.Arnold is the star of the show, providing entertainment, inspiration, and hilarity.
Alright you ingrates, this is the last week of this particular SHOULDAZLEGZABZTRAPZ volume workout, so DO IT TO IT. Pack on that weight, push yourself, and feel that muscle growth. This is our time; you were born for this, so go out there and take it!
This speech was good enough to pump the motley college crew of Americans up to upset the world champion Russians in their hockey Olympic showdown in 1980. It should more than suffice to pump you bros up to take down some iron.
Third week of this movement combination for SHOULDAZ, TRAPZ, LEGZ, AND ABZ. Lower the reps from last week. Also, add 5-10 (heck maybe 15 or 20) lbs to weights used last week. I decided to add an additional set to each of the first three supersets for additional volume (and accompanying growth). Push yoself here– hit all those reps and get a prime pump going.
This gym is nuts. It’s essentially a training center for ninja assassins.
This is the third week of this combination of movements for the volume workout. Increase all weights 5-10 lbs and lower the reps as outlined above. If you still have some extra gas in the tank on your last set, continue repping out the weight until you are at near failure.
Australian rules football is a pretty crazy sport— clearly these guys have phenomenal strength and endurance. Check out the highlights clip below:
Push yourself through this conditioning workout; it may sound easy but trust me it’s pretty challenging. This Friday’s workout will push you to the limit, get you in gear to take on the weekend. Use bands/assistance on the pullups as needed to maintain form and prevent flailing.
If you need a spot for your workout, look no further for advice than good ol Dom.