You can build a great body at home WITHOUT using any weights

You can build a great body at home WITHOUT using any weights. Here’s how…
You can build an incredible body using your own body weight.
One rule to follow is, “if you can’t lift your own body weight you have no business lifting weight.”
Here’s a great 7 minute upper body workout that will get you ripped with just a few items Once you go through it, I have linked several other body-weight circuits for you to try.
An effective body weight workout can get you ripped in a hurry if you’re short on time and don’t want an expensive gym membership.
Body weight workouts are becoming more and more popular than doing traditional cardio sessions that leave you feeling unfulfilled.
The science has proven that a typical body weight workout burns fat 9 times faster than traditional cardio.
Below is an upper body weight workout applying the push/pull method also known as antagonist/agonist muscle groups.

Body Weight Exercise #1 A1. Diamond Push-Ups

Rounds 3
Reps 15 hard seconds
Rest 15 seconds then move on to inverted rows
How to perform: Place your hands in a diamond shape and perform a standard push-up as fast as you can for 15 seconds. Then rest for 15 seconds and move on to inverted rows.



Body Weight Exercise #2 A2. Inverted Rows


Rounds 3
Reps 15 hard seconds
Rest 15 seconds then move on to dips
How to perform: Grab a barbell or anything that you can grab onto that is sturdy and row your body upwards as fast as you can for 15 seconds. Then rest for 15 seconds and move on to dips.


Body Weight Exercise #3 A3. Dips


Rounds 3
Reps 15 hard seconds
Rest 15 seconds then move on to chin ups
How to perform: Get on a dip bar and perform a standard dip as fast as you can for 15 seconds. Then rest for 15 seconds and move on to chin ups.


Body Weight Exercise #4 A4. Chin Ups (Bicep Emphasis)


Rounds 3
Reps 15 hard seconds
Rest 15 seconds then rest for 60 seconds and repeat entire circuit (A1-A4) 2 more times for a total of 3 rounds.
How to perform: Get on a pull-up bar with a narrow underhand grip and pull your body up (emphasizing the biceps). Do as many as you can in 15 seconds. Then rest for 60 seconds and repeat entire circuit (A1-A4) 2 more times for a total of 3 rounds.

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