Before I tell you about my latest super-fast strength training routine, I want to give a warm welcome to all my “newbie” campers!
Almaden bootcamp: Welcome to Kristi, Janti and William. Even though you were sore from workouts earlier in the week, you guys did an excellent job on the obstacle course today!
Campbell boot camp: Welcome to Lisa, Noelle and Renu. You guys are hard workers and it’s great to see you blending right in with the “veterans”.
Willow Glen “FitCamp for Women over 40”: Welcome to Angela, Shadie and Gloria. Woo Hoo! You ladies rock! I saw some serious effort during your interval training segments this week. Well done!.
A number of you “newbies” have approached me to talk about your fat loss goals. I can tell you’re really motivated. I suspect that we’re going to see some serious fat loss happening this month!
Speaking of fat loss…………strength training is key to revving your metabolism and helping you burn calories all day long. So, I’ll share with you below the workout I did the other day at my gym. If you have dumbbells at home, you can do this workout at home. It took me 22 minutes, and I worked all my major muscle groups.
I did three sets of each superset with no rest in between the exercises. When I had completed three sets of a particular superset, I rested for one minute before beginning the next superset.
I did 12 repetitions per set unless otherwise noted. I used dumbbells that fatigued me by the last few repetitions of the set.
A1: Push ups (15 reps)
A2: Dumbbell squats
B1: Assisted pull ups (if you’re at home, substitute dumbbell bent over rows)
C1: Step ups with dumbbells
C2: Dumbbell shoulder press
Doing a “superset” routine is a great way to get a strength workout completed without being in the gym forever. If you need to get another strength training session in this weekend, give this one a try!
Committed to your success,