Our specially devised circuits are designed to build serious muscle , stoke the flames of your metabolic engine into a white-hot frenzy and make use of any lingering winter appetites (hey, carbs are nothing but energy, after all).
Divvied up across three sessions – a day focused on your ‘pressing’ muscles, a day for the ‘pulling’ muscles of your back, plus a day dedicated solely to your own legs – you’ll work your entire body with a mixture of heavy weights, explosive movements and high-rep burnouts,
all rolled together into stamina-sapping circuits. In other words? These clever workouts tick all boxes.
Consider this month the welcome bridge between the particular winter bulk and the summer cut. Or, if you’d rather, just a little bit of fun. It’s up to you.
Workout #1: A Hard Push
This particular ‘push’ session is focused on the pressing muscles of the upper entire body ( chest , shoulders plus triceps ), while delivering an ab-torching blow to your midriff. It’s a blend of heavy strength-builders and high-rep burners. Do the circuit as many times as possible in 30 mins, resting at the end of each round until you’re ready to restart. Aim in order to beat your previous final rep count each session.
Workout #2: Turn to the Back
Concentrating on the ‘pulling’ muscle tissue, mainly found in your back, will deliver that thick physique that takes your own body from ‘looks pretty’ to ‘looks pretty strong’. Here, you’ll mix power-building pulls with controlled back-builders, before hitting your body having a bicep-pumping lung burner. Stick thirty mins upon the clock and aim for max rounds, tallying your score to keep on progressing.
Exercise #3: Strike a Low Blow
A big upper body, broad shoulder muscles and wide back look great, but there’s no better testament to time served under the particular iron than setting them on top of the pair of gargantuan pins. This circuit is designed to target your legs from front to back again. Build strength with the fundamentals, then fire up your fast-twitch muscle groups for hip and legs that are usually as quick as they are swole, before finishing with a punishing lunge variation. Format is unchanged.