Lose The Love Handles Workout – Oblique Shredder Workout

athleanx.com Ever wonder why they’re called “love” handles when most every guy actually hates them? Well…if you’re one of the many that have no love for these flabby folds, take a few minutes to watch this circuit workout that you can start doing today to build ripped obliques and a muscular six pack stomach with minimal time investment. Look at some of the best bodies in pro sports and the one thing you’ll find in common with all these athletes is a ripped and muscular midsection. No six pack stomach is complete without an equally impressive set of obliques that bookends them. Even if you have a muscular chest, big triceps, big biceps, jacked shoulders, and massive legs…if you still have a chubby waist everything else seems to come off as less impressive. Get a set of cut obliques and you will start turning heads like my celebrity fitness clients do when they take their shirts off on the set. Jeff Cavaliere is the creator and founder of the AthLEAN-X Training System. This 90 day workout system is designed to give you a bigger chest, bigger arms, ripped abs, and an athletic body with just 3 to 5 workouts a week that last just 20-30 minutes each. If you’ve tried P90X without being satisfied with the results it’s time to switch to the AthLEAN-X program now and get in the best shape of your life!

Best Chest Workout Weight Training Exercises

www.LeeHayward.com It’s Lee Hayward here with a complete chest and shoulder weight training workout routine. Hardly a day goes by that I don’t get at least one e-mail from someone asking how they can build a big muscular chest. Well in this video clip I’m going to share one of my all time favourite chest workouts for fast muscle gains. I like to start my chest workouts with a big basic compound power exercise. Usually some form of the bench press. In this video I’m doing the barbell bench press but I’ll sometimes use dumbbells or incline bench presses instead. When doing bench presses make sure to set up properly by expanding your chest, arching your upper back, and pulling your shoulder blades back. This will help to fully activate the chest muscles and place less strain on the shoulder joints. It’s also a good idea to have a spotter with you at all times just in case you need help lifting the barbell off your chest. The next exercise that I like to do is the dumbbell flye. This exercise works the chest in the fully stretched position. I don’t use heavy weights here, but rather I emphasize getting a full stretch in the pecs. I even hold the weights for a second at the bottom position to get a better stretch. You’ll also notice that I only lift the dumbbells about ¾ of the way up. Going all the way up just takes the stress off the chest muscles. In the video I’m doing incline bench flyes. But sometimes I’ll do flat bench flyes, or decline bench flyes to work the chest