Free Home High Intensity Workout by Celebrity Trainer Kevin Richardson
Gym closures were one of the first major changes to our lives because of COVID-19 and we recognize that many are having a hard time figuring out how to train at home, especially as weights and exercise equipment have become hard to find. I can’t underscore the importance of regular exercise at this time when most of us find ourselves confined to our homes, not just for your physical health but for your mental health as well. And so I put together a high intensity leg workout that you can do at home, with or without weights.
I also took the liberty of adding some recommendations for alternatives to weights based on best practices that we have been implementing with our clients for years when working with them online. It’s a tough workout and do be sure to go at your own pace and no more than once a week. Most importantly, if you have any questions whatsoever I am always just a message away!
Maximize Biceps Growth With High Intensity Arm Blaster Hammer Curls!
50lb Dumbbells For 20 reps!
The Arm Blaster is a fantastic piece of equipment for a home gym or any gym!
It doesn`t take up much space and allows you to add variety to your biceps training.
It locks your elbows in place, thus increasing training intensity, and by doing a hammer curl, you can use more weight (thus increasing intensity even more) and target your brachialis muscles which help add density to your biceps!
This was my last set and I couldn`t go any heavier as I am still nursing a wrist injury, but the 50lbers were more than enough to do the job!
Try them out next time you train arms and let me know how it goes!!!
Still training, hope you are too and as always, Excelsior!!! #naturallyintense
Injury-Proof Your Training: The Power of Workout Variation!
One of the main reasons why I can still train heavy and intensely at 49 after 35 years of nonstop training without any training related overuse injuries is the fact that I vary EVERY workout!
Overuse injuries come from doing the same movements over and over and by always changing your routine, you radically lessen the likelihood of chronic injury.
Squats, deadlifts, barbell curls and bench presses are great exercises, but if you do them all the time, you do increase the odds of getting injured.
And as a natural athlete, it bears mentioning that it takes years to realize your full potential, and so it`s crucial to have a training program that is sustainable, and one that will allow you to train injury free for as long as I have or longer!
Thanks so much for tuning in and as always, Excelsior!!! #naturallyintense