Symmetry is about more than just aesthetic appeal—it's a sign of a healthy physique. I've designed this program to help you achieve that much-coveted level of perfection. Today's workout includes supersets of push-and-pull movements. Completing a pressing movement such as bench, followed by a pulling movement like lateral pull-downs, will train both sides of your body simultaneously.
Some of these movements, like the behind-the-neck push press, may be new to you. Don't worry. Follow these form cues and you'll be on your way: Begin with the barbell on your shoulders and your hands in a comfortable position on the bar. Keep your feet directly under your hips and bend your knees about three inches. Drive up through your heels, and use the momentum generated to extend your arms and press the weight overhead. Finish with your ears in front of your shoulders.
This week, you'll be kicking up your cardio with two additional rounds of treadmill sprints. Fight the urge to slack off; you can do anything for twenty seconds.
If you can't use all four pieces of equipment, look for suitable substitutes, or perform straight sets with short rests.