Military Bodybuilder Of The Month: Corrie E.
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Just read your article man...good stuff! Just started getting into this stuff (having no lifting experience whatsoever) about 4 months ago at the start of my Kuwait rotation. Tracking progress, and seeing changes.
Hey Corrie, BB gives a brief database of the exercises you told them were a part of your program, I'm just wondering if everything there is proper and correct cause I would like to try this out, for ex) Day 4-Dumbbell Rows, could be Barbell Rows and its a mistake, is there anything you do differently and how long are your rest periods!
So on the days where you were lifting twice/three times a day how did your workout vary on that day? For Ex on a back/biceps day what would be different if i was performing a two a day?
I break my days up by major by weight training, cardio, and circuit training. So on a two or three a day I will do like back and biceps, second workout will be 45 min to 1 hour of cardio and abs or calves, and the last workout will be a crossfit style workout.
I've got mad respect for anybody in the military, but I have even more respect for people like Corrie who are bound and determined to be the best that they can possibly be. Thanks for the amazing article and tips, and thank you for your service.
Thanks for your service and the article. Looking to give your workout a world starting today.
What does you ab workouts/cardio consist of and when do you normally work them into your schedule?
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