Lee Labrada's 12-Week Lean Body Trainer - Week 4, Day 23

Today you'll be doing a great back and biceps workout and afterwards you should complete 26-30 minutes of cardio. First we're going to talk a little about home gyms.

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Today you'll be doing a great back and biceps workout and afterwards you should complete 26-30 minutes of cardio. First we're going to talk a little about home gyms.

Week 4, Day 23 Back, Biceps & Home-Workout Essentials
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Training At Home

Perhaps you'd much prefer to workout at home since it saves you time or you feel more comfortable in that environment, or you may not have access to a gym in the first place.

When setting up a home gym, the most basic equipment pieces to purchase are a 110 lb dumbbell set along with a simple flat bench. I personally prefer the more modern adjustable dumbbells available on the market, as they save a lot of space.

You may have to add in some substitutions when it comes to exercises such as barbell squats or lat pulldowns, but this is more than possible to do.

With your dumbbell set you'll be able to target all the main muscle groups. If you do have a larger budget, then consider investing in a power rack. This really comes in handy when doing squats or bench presses, but again, is not entirely necessary.

Once you have this covered, then you're all set to begin working out.

Back & Biceps Workout
Cardio

Intervals

  • Minutes 1-2: Level One (Easy resistance)
  • Minutes 3-5: Level Two (Moderate resistance)
  • Minutes 6-9: Level Three (Difficult resistance)
  • Minutes 10-11: Level Two
  • Minutes 12-15: Level Three
  • Minutes 16-17: Level Two
  • Minutes 18-21: Level Three
  • Minutes 22-24: Level Two
  • Minutes 25-26: Level One

Tomorrow is your active rest day and you should complete 30 minutes of cardio. I'll also give you some tips on how to stay motivated for the upcoming weeks!

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