Monday, March 3, 2014

Upper Body + Abs Circuit Workout

For all the ladies who think they can't or won't build upper body and core strength . . .

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Yes, it will burn. Yes, it will take time. But you too can build guns, shoulders, triceps and abs like the boys. With dedication to upper body and core workouts like the one below, you can make it happen.

P.S. If you're a guy, then I think you'll like this workout too.


Upper Body + Abs Circuit Workout from hungrygatorgal.com

Note: I forgot to add it to the graphic, but complete each circuit three times before moving on to the next circuit. 

A few exercise videos:

 I've been completing about two workouts like this per week focused and have seen significant upper body and core strength gains after only a few months.

My shoulders and biceps actually don't fit into some of my shirts now, which is why if you see me, I'm probably wearing a tank top or loose shirt. The weather has been nice, so that's been my excuse.

Let me know if you give the workout a try. I'd love to know what you think. Also, if you're in Gainesville, I'm absolutely willing to complete the workout with you some time to show you how to do the exercises. Just call, text, email or message me on Facebook.

Enjoy! :)

Question:

  1. How often do you complete upper body or core workouts?

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6 comments:

  1. I usually do an upper body work out 2-3x per week. I have a leg injury right now so upper body is about all I can really do. A lot of my shirts are too tight now in the arms and shoulders too, but I'm okay with that :)

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    1. I've only experienced minor leg injuries, but they're painful! I hope you heal quickly! :)

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  2. Great workout! Those woodchops are killer...

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    1. Thanks Lora! The woodchops are arguably the hardest part of the workout.

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  3. Yes definitely anyone can have desired body tone, all you need is determination.

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    1. The mental struggle is more difficult than the physical one, for sure!

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