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6 Top Muscle Building Methods For Routines (and More)

by JP – Updated:<p>The way you go about trying to stress your muscles within your routines is the method you use. Different methods allow you to stress …

Even the Fittest Guys Will Struggle with This Exercise Challenge

How do you stack up?<p>This timed fitness challenge will be brutal no matter how fit you are. That’s because it’s frontloaded with 40 high-speed reps of squat jumps and split squat jumps that’ll turn your legs to jelly.<p>“Explosive exercises are so draining because they use a ton of energy to make your …

How A Six-Pound Med Ball Can Help You Build a Six-Pack

This simple exercise will help you achieve a flat belly, fast<p>Think you can’t build a six-pack with just 6 pounds? Then grab a medicine ball and give the med-ball knee drive a shot.<p>Any time you rotate your torso, your core muscles need to work together. Adding a medicine ball—even a light one—to the …

The One Thing You're Not Doing Enough of at the Gym

Pushups shouldn't be the only time you hit the floor. The key to a better body may be at your feet<p>At the gym, you probably see guys doing crunches or foam rolling on the ground. But apart from that, how many guys are actually <i>training on the floor?</i><p>Nowadays, the majority of trainees seem to have some …

You've Never Done Split Squats Like This Before

Test your strength and coordination in an all-new way<p>The split squat is a terrific way to build your lower body. But if you want to make it work every muscle from head to toe, grab a medicine ball.<p>The med-ball split squat flow—as shown in the video above—challenges your quads and glutes to …

Strong, Fast, and Ripped: The Training Plan

Build an athletic body that's primed for peak performance<p>Why do you work out? Better question: Why do you <i>train</i>? Because there is a difference. After all, lots of people work out—to burn calories or relieve stress or just because they like to sweat. But athletes train. They train with the purpose of …