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Summer is almost here.
This four-week plan has been deed to deliver the maximum bang for your back. In short, it will dramatically change how you look — and feel — without your shirt on. Simply read the instructions below, then get started on the plan. The plan contains two blocks. The first has four sessions a week: chest and arms; legs and delts; back and arms; and chest and delts. The workouts for the first fortnight of the plan begin below. In this first two-week block each workout has six moves: the first two are performed as straight sets, then the third and fourth move are done as a supersetas are the fifth and sixth moves.
Follow the order exactly. Do the exercises in order, sticking to the sets, reps, tempo and rest periods detailed. The tempo code refers to the of seconds taken to complete each part of the exercise. Taking the bench press as an example, the first digit refers to how long you take to lower the weight, the second digit how long to pause at the bottom of the lift, the third how long taken to lift the weight, and finally the fourth digit refers to how long you pause at the top of the movement.
In week two the workouts are the same, except that some key variables have been tweaked to keep your body comp gains coming.
Jump to week two of block one. In the final fortnight of the plan the sessions have been changed to shock your body into growing as much muscle mass as possible while stripping away the maximum amount of fat. There are four sessions: chest and triceps; legs and abs; back and biceps; and chest and delts.
Jump to block two, week one. In this second block all the moves are done as straight sets so you can focus on lifting as heavy as you can while maintaining good form and hitting the target rep count. For the final week, the key variables have again been tweaked so that you finish as big and lean as possible. Jump to block two, week two. Help your body add maximum muscle while torching as much belly fat as possible by adopting these four better-body habits.
Water, that is. Staying hydrated has repeatedly been shown to improve physical and mental well-being and performance. Research has found people who drank more water felt less fatigued, had better focus and experienced improved mood — all factors that promote a sense of well-being. All this means is having meals away from the TV, your phone and other distractions, so that you focus on the act of eating and how it makes you feel.
Eating more veg is the single most important habit to adopt for greater health. Veg is packed with vitamins, minerals, fibre and other compounds such as phytochemicals that have numerous health-boosting qualities. Good-quality sleep is essential to building muscle and getting lean, so put your phone and laptop to sleep at least 45 minutes before you want to go to bed to improve your chances of falling asleep and staying asleep. Turn all your screens off, then turn in. This is a great way to prep your body to perform those lifts with a testing weight — one that makes the final reps of each set a challenge.
Sets 3 Reps 12 Tempo Rest 60sec. Lie flat on a bench, holding a bar with a shoulder-width grip. Plant your feet on the floor and tense your muscles. Lower the bar until it touches your chest, then press it back up powerfully. Stand tall in the middle of a cable machine, holding a D-handle in each hand attached to the high pulley. Keeping your chest up and core braced, bring your hands down in a smooth arc to meet in front of your body. Hold for a second, then return to the start.
Sets 3 Reps 12 Tempo Rest 30sec. Lie flat on an incline bench, holding a dumbbell in each hand at chest height. Plant your feet on the floor and get your body tight. Press the weights straight up so your arms are straight, then lower them under control. Sit on an incline bench, holding a dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing forwards and your elbows tight to your sides. Keeping your elbows there, curl the weights up to shoulder height. Squeeze your biceps at the top, then lower the weights.
Sets 3 Reps 15 Tempo Rest 30sec. Stand tall in front of a cable machine, holding a bar handle attached to the lower pulley with palms facing up. Keeping your chest up and elbows tight to your sides, curl your hands up to shoulder height. Squeeze your biceps at the top, then lower.
Sets 3 Reps 15 Tempo Rest 60sec. Stand tall in front of a cable machine, holding a bar handle attached to the high pulley with palms facing down. Keeping your chest up and elbows tight to your sides, press your hands down to straighten your arms, then slowly return to the start. Stand tall, holding a barbell across the back of your shoulders. Push through your heels to stand back up. Stand tall, holding a barbell across the front of your chest with an overhand grip. Keeping your chest up and core engaged, press the bar directly overhead so your arms are straight.
Lower it under control to return to the start. Position yourself correctly on the machine with the padded bar against the bottom of your shins. Keeping your upper body tense, raise your feet to straighten your legs.
Pause at the top with your qu engaged, then lower back to the start. Position yourself correctly on the machine with the padded bar against the back of your lower legs. Keeping your upper body tense, push your feet down to bend your legs.
Pause at the top with your hamstrings engaged, then lower back to the start.
Sit on an upright bench, holding a dumbbell in each hand at shoulder height. Keeping your chest up and core braced, press the weights directly overhead so your arms are straight. Slowly lower back to the start. Sit on an upright bench, holding a light dumbbell in each hand by your sides with a slight bend in your elbows. Keeping your chest up and core braced, raise the weights out to shoulder height, leading with your elbows.
Return slowly to the start. Hold a barbell with a shoulder-width grip, bending your knees slightly. Pull the bar up to touch your sternum, then lower under control. Position yourself at the machine with a shoulder-width overhand grip on the bar. Keeping your chest up and abs braced, pull the bar down, leading with your elbows. Hold the bottom position for a second, then return to the start.
Sit on the machine, holding a double-grip cable attachment in both hands. Keeping your chest up, row your hands in towards your body, leading with your elbows. Pause at the top position, then return to the start. Position yourself at the machine with a narrow underhand grip on the bar.
Stand tall, facing the cable machine and holding a straight bar handle with both hands. Keeping your arms straight, pull the bar down towards your thighs in a smooth arc. Pause at the bottom, then reverse the movement back to the start. Stand tall, facing the cable machine and holding a straight bar handle with palms facing down.
Lie flat on an incline bench, holding a barbell with a shoulder-width grip. Lie on an incline bench, holding two dumbbells directly over your chest with straight arms. Bend your elbows slightly, then lower your hands out to the sides until you feel a stretch across your chest. Squeeze your pecs to return to the start. Stand tall, holding an EZ-bar with a shoulder-width overhand grip.Looking to get in summer shape
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