101 Best Workouts Of All Time is the ultimate answer to the question "What workout should I do?" No matter what equipment you have available, from a fully-stocked supergym to a pair of mismatched dumbbells in your garage, or nothing but your body weight alone, you can build muscle, lose fat, and sculpt the physique you've always wanted.
Bodybuilders of the ’60s and ’70s were known for taking a high-volume approach to their training. They did lots and lots of sets, aiming to completely exhaust the muscles they were working and force them to come back bigger and stronger to handle an even more relentless attack next time. We applied that mentality to classic medicine ball training to give you a workout that’s a bit more functional than what most bodybuilders do, but no less intense or effective.
HOW IT WORKS
The slam is a fun move and simple to do, but don’t take it lightly. Training your core to absorb and redirect force quickly has muscle-building benefits. High reps and short rests also define the workout, targeting core endurance. Training that burns doesn’t exactly bring out more definition, as is widely believed in bodybuilding; but assuming your diet is helping you lose fat, your abs will pop from this kind of workout.
Perform the paired exercises (marked “A” and “B”) as supersets. So you’ll do one set of A and then B before resting. Complete all the prescribed sets for the pair before moving on.
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