Bare Minimum Training
Chapter 8: The Bare Minimum Training In-house Workout
Table Of Contents:
Main: Foreword & Acknowledgements
- A Reason to Change
- "Proper" Nutrition
- Special Note to Women
- The BMT Progressive Resistance Training System
- The BMT Moderate Aerobic Exercise Regimen
- The Bare Minimum Training In-house Workout
- The Bare Minimum Training Shed Workout
"For Those Of You Who Can't Get To A Gym,
Or Are Starting A Program And You Want To Build Confidence,
Or Just Feel Too Uncomfortable To Go."
The Bare Minimum Training In-House Workout is designed for those of you who can't get to a gym, starting a program and
want to build confidence or just feel too uncomfortable to go to a gym and for those of you that don't have the room for The Bare
Minimum Shed Workout.
All that it requires is a set of Power Blocks, a chair, and an aerobic step that you can pick up pretty much from any department store these days.
I have included Workout A - Chest, Back and Shoulders, and Workout B - Legs, Biceps, Triceps and Abs, as I outlined in the
Progressive Resistance Training chapter.
Workout A - Chest, Back & Shoulders:
Incline Step Bench:
Lying on a step that is higher on one end, start with the dumbbells in the up position above the chest. Slowly lower the dumbbells to the upper chest, then without stopping press the dumbbells back up.
Two Arm Dumbbell Rows:
Take an underhand grip (palms facing up) with the dumbbells and arms at your sides. With your legs shoulder width apart, lower your
rear as if you were almost sitting in a chair, head looking forward and your lower back arched. Pull the dumbbells up toward your stomach and try to squeeze your shoulder blades together. Hold for one second and then lower the dumbbells to the starting positions.
Workout B - Legs, Biceps, Triceps & Abs:
Standing with knees slightly bent feet shoulder width apart with toes slightly pointing outward, hold a dumbbell in each hand. Keeping your back straight and head looking forward, bend from your knees to lower your hips until thighs are parallel to the floor. Pause then return to the starting position. Inhale while lowering the weight for a count of four seconds and exhale while returning to the starting position for a count of two seconds.
Alternate Dumbbell Curls:
Standing with knees slightly bent hold dumbbells at your sides. Keep elbows at your sides and curl the dumbbell upward alternating one arm at a time. Left arm up, right arm down, left arm down, right arm up. Up in two seconds down in two seconds.
Seated Dumbbell Triceps Press:
Sit upright, holding one dumbbell with both hands up over head, slowly lower dumbbell behind your head until you feel a stretch in your triceps, pause then push dumbbell back to starting position. Squeeze your triceps then repeat. Exhale while pushing the dumbbell up and inhale while lowering the dumbbell.
Using a chair put your left knee on the seat, and rest your left hand on the top of the backrest. With the dumbbell in your right hand keep your elbow close to your side and straighten your elbow until your arm is straight. Pause and squeeze your triceps. Then slowly return to starting position. Exhale while extending the weight and inhale while lowering the weight.
Copyright © Bill Belfert, Managing Member Bare Minimum Training LLC. All rights reserved. No liability is assumed by Bare Minimum Training LLC., Nor the author for any information contained herein. This text does not provide medical advice. Specific medical advice should be obtained from a doctor. Bare Minimum Training LLC. advises all to consult a physician and gain medical clearance before you begin any new nutrition, exercise, or dietary supplement program. Results are not typical. Any application of the techniques, ideas and suggestions in this book is at the reader's sole discretion and risk.
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