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3 Best Ab Exercises

Dead Bug Reverse Bicycle Full Body Crunch

The Anatomy of the Perfect Workout

I am all about efficiency. The more I can get done in less time, the happier I am. I think most would agree. I feel the same about my workouts. This day in age, most people barely make time to cook let alone workout. I’m a firm believer that you do not have to spend a lot of time working out. So if you think you need to carve out 2 hrs at the gym in order to see results then I’m about to blow your mind.  In fact, a fantastic workout can be had for just 30-45min of your time.  Here’s what you need to consider…. Anatomy of the perfect workout: 1) The Warm-up (3-5 min) The warm-up need not take long. Honestly, it should be just enough to get your blood flow going and your heart rate up slightly. Essentially, you’re just letting your body know that you are about to make it do some work. 3 – 5 minutes is fine. This could be something simple like jogging in place, jump roping, or walking fast on the treadmill. You’ll want to focus on making sure all the muscles in your body arm and loosened and paying particular…

The Mighty 1000 Ultimate Workout

So I came up with this workout and did it with clients at my fitness studio in Brooklyn. All I have to say is holy sh*t balls, it’s that awesome. It’s called the Mighty 1000 and yep, you do 10 exercises and 100 reps each = 1000 reps total. Now before you go scoffing, it’s a totally doable workout and it’s great because you can do it at your own pace. We did it in about 45 minutes. Just don’t take too long or else 1) you’ll be working out all day and 2) you lose a great deal of the benefit if you take 5 minute water breaks. So here’s how it works, there are 10 exercises and you do 100 reps total of each one, as I mentioned. You do the exercises in any order you want and in as many sets as you want as long as you do at least 10 reps per set. So for example, you could do 30 push-ups then 10 burpees (we call them MOB’s at my studio) then 50 crunches before coming back to do 10 more push-ups, etc. Make sense? Now the workout I’ve outlined below I’ve adapted for home…