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Get Ripped For Summer With Dynamic Bodybuilding Drills

Strength and conditioning guru Kevin Kearns created this program to reinvigorate your failing resolutions to get fit for summer.

So, you've got your mind focused on the task at hand: getting in shape for summer. You need to outline a plan of what exercises you're not only going to most benefit from, but also enjoy partaking in, and you've already sorted out your diet. All you need now is a workout plan.

Building a program that suits the individual is one way of ensuring you get the maximum out of your gym sessions. Selecting workouts and drills that both benefit and please is essential.

A happy athlete is a successful athlete, from the professional fighters you watch week-in, week-out inside the world's toughest cages, right down to the third-grade gym class throwing dodgeballs at one another. Smiling is key to a successful fitness regimen, whoever you are.

Building a program that suits the individual is one way of ensuring you get the maximum out of your gym sessions. Selecting workouts and drills that both benefit and please is essential. Your 2013 workout programming also needs to be the following:

  1. Effective
  2. Efficient
  3. Safe

When designing a good program, you also need to consider the following five elements of fitness, which must be included in every program model to ensure maximum results:

  1. Push
  2. Pull
  3. Level Change
  4. Rotation
  5. Locomotion
Get Ripped for Summer Workout ///

I designed this workout especially for dedicated readers. It's engineered to get you bulletproof abs in time for summer. Have fun with this, too. Aim to work from one exercise to the next with little or no rest.


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MarinoMike

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I didn't understand the motion on more than half of those exercises.

Apr 10, 2013 8:24pm | report
 
Molinski44

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Molinski44

I'd suggest sticking to the cardio acceleration techniques in Jim's Stoppani's shred program. I do not agree with some of these dynamic movements...you're looking for injury.

Apr 10, 2013 9:42pm | report
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today is day 5 of Jim's program.....i will live and die by cardio acceleration! normal time in gym was 1.5-2hr lifting, then cardio- now its all done in less than an hr and I know by far im getting a better workout in much less time

Apr 11, 2013 11:24am | report
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not very descriptive, especially how using hammers during a warmup will increase fat burning?

Apr 10, 2013 9:43pm | report
 
rsox709

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rsox709

Not sure if late April Fool's day joke srs.

Apr 10, 2013 10:51pm | report
 
rodriguez1987

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rodriguez1987

Combat Ropes...kills you!

Apr 11, 2013 11:10am | report
 
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XJAWX

i lost it when i seen the cartoon swinging the hammers lol

Apr 11, 2013 12:08pm | report
 
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vancouvernewbie

"Your 2013 workout programming also needs to be the following:
1.Effective
2.Efficient
3.Safe"

I wouldn't think swinging hammers around was safe

Apr 11, 2013 2:37pm | report
 
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