Sometimes we over-complicate things. We get caught up with the latest supplements. We want to try so many new training techniques that we hop from program to program, and never stick with one plan long enough to get quality results. Or, we think we’re smart enough to make up our own “new program” by adding elements of three proven plans together.
In many cases, it works best to stick best with what’s proven to work best. Period. Don’t get too fancy. You’re not in the gym to impress anyone with how advanced your training program is, are you? You’re there to get results.
Straight arm pull-downs are a great way to add variety to your back work and build big lats!
It takes a lot of grip strength to hold a kettlebell in place, while completing this movement. Develop your grip, forearms, and chest; all with one challenging exercise.
This travelling push-up variation is great for overall upper body strength. You’ll build power in your arms and chest, core strength, and more. I also love this exercise as part of a metabolic circuit. Give it a try.
Build explosive reactive power with Plyo Push-Ups. Keep contact time with the ground short.
This Fly variation will open and build your chest while having the added benefit of increasing shoulder flexibility and overall functioning.
With Online Personal Training from JoeToProAthlete.com you’ll learn how to fit this move into a complete training program. You’ll also get live 1-on-1 support from your coach, and everything you need to train like a pro!
Develop core strength, plus explosive power in your chest and arms with this medicine ball move.
Build upper body strength and power, plus build muscle in your chest and arms with this one simple exercise- no equipment necessary! As a bonus, you’ll also build strength in your core.
Open up your chest, build your lats, and add strength to your chest with this one efficient movement. Here, we use a kettlebell for weight, but you can use anything.