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Boxing: Get Addicted to this Workout This Year

The original article is from AskMen. The original author is Cara Sprunk. With January comes resolutions to get stronger and fitter in the new year, but it’s always a challenge to stick to these goals. You come up with excuses, lose interest, or what you tried sticking to just isn’t giving you the results you want, so you quit. It’s time to figure out a new plan, a new workout that you actually consistent with.  Enter boxing. It’s the workout loved by many, from the strongest men to Victoria’s Secret models. (Disclaimer: We aren’t promising any Angels in the ring with you. Sorry). But why? Why is this workout so popular in a world where you have seemingly endless choices (looking at...

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Strongman Workouts: Try a New Routine to Possibly Increase Your Testosterone Levels

The original article is from Science Daily. The original author / source is Sean Hyson, CSCS GETTY IMAGESJULIANNA NAZAREVSKA These days, people seem to be concerned with whether or not the workout they’re doing is “functional.” While we think that basic free-weight exercises do enough to prepare you for whatever challenges you may face, there’s no question that strongman training can take your performance outside the gym to the next level. After all, if you can flip a 500-pound tire, you can probably pick up your children or push a sofa across your living room floor with no problem. The unconventional lifting you see in the World’s Strongest Man contests challenges the body very differently from more orthodox exercises, offering great benefit to...

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TBT: Ronnie Coleman's Famous 800-Pound Squat

The original article is from Muscle and Fitness (https://www.muscleandfitness.com/athletes-celebrities/news/tbt-ronnie-colemans-famous-800-pound-squat). The original author is Mcnulty Eight-time Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman made history on the bodybuilding stage, but he's just as legendary for the heavy lifting he did to get stage-ready.  One of Coleman's most famous lifts was his 800-pound squat. The official footage of him knocking out two reps with relative ease has over 23 million views on YouTube, and it's worth watching if you've never seen Coleman in action. From the bending barbell to Coleman's signature "light weight, baby!" and "yeah buddy!" battle cries, it's tough not to feel like hitting the gym after watching.  Check out the video below to watch Coleman squat 800 pounds for the first time.   --- Original article: https://www.muscleandfitness.com/athletes-celebrities/news/tbt-ronnie-colemans-famous-800-pound-squat  Author: Mcnulty...

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The Chest of a Legend: Tips from Frank Zane

Original article is from Muscle & Fitness https://www.muscleandfitness.com/workouts/workout-tips/frank-zanes-chest-training-tips). The original author is Frank Zane. To become a three-time Mr. Olympia champion, Frank Zane trained with a focus on symmetry. It's not about how much you can bench as you get older. Yes, the bench press is good for building pec, delt, and triceps massOpens a New Window. in the early stages of one’s development, but its usefulness doesn’t last. And it’s actually a good idea not to get your pecs too big, especially the lower pecs. Why? With aging, muscles invariably shrink, and bigger muscle masses can shrink more, leaving behind tissues that do not shrink as much as the skin. Any part of the body that gets too big and then shrinks will leave...

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12 Minute Workout: "Go Getter HIIT"

Original article is from 12 Minute Athlete (https://www.12minuteathlete.com/go-getter-hiit-workout/). The original author is Krysta Stryker. Quick 12 minute workout. Only equipment needed will be kettlebell(s) and a stopwatch.  Timer setting: 18 x :10 x :30 1. Kettlebell high pull 2. Dive bomber push ups 3. Kettlebell front squats 4. Medicine ball slams 5. Side lunges 6. Medicine ball twists Bonus: 5 Turkish get ups / side—————————————————— Leave your reps in the comments below. My reps for today’s workout: Kettlebell high pulls 17, 16, 16Dive bomber push ups 9, 8, 8Kettlebell front squats 18, 17, 17Medicine ball slams 24, 23, 24Side lunges 28, 27, 28Medicine ball twists 32, 31, 32 --- Original article: https://www.12minuteathlete.com/go-getter-hiit-workout/). Original author: Krysta Stryker.

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