Engage the back plus your triceps and delts in this nifty TRX inverted row variation.
"If Chase is going to be super helpful, I can't just do the exact same thing. If Chase is going to go high, I got to go low." I'm half-joking. When it comes to creating content, the struggle is real (i.e. it's real hard to think of something original that someone else hasn't done better). And … Continue reading Tomb Raider Workout Breakdown
Looking for a landmine superset? Chase Erwin demos the Standing Landmine Press and 35 Degree Landmine Incline Press.
This fitness industry tries to hook you by selling the "cool" factor. The truth is most of fitness ain't cool-- but that shouldn't stop you from working out.
For some folks, being committed to the gym means turning into a glutton for punishment. They take the old adage of "no pain, no gain" to heart. I'm sure you've heard the lingo: a brutal workout an exercise that kicks your ass time to get whipped into shape I'm not really into this kind of mindset. I see plenty of … Continue reading Training Tip: Don’t Chase the Pain
Everyone knows how to flex the bicep, but do you know the right way? Do you know how to maximize the pop?
Ever wanted to know what working out with Chase Erwin - The Little Rock Architect looked like? Check out this live arm day broadcast from earlier this week: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P-MAXO5i24
Thinking about how to start a new exercise program can be a daunting task. You're afraid of wasting time. You might even be scared. Good thing for you, a solid workout plan doesn't have to be anything too extreme. In order to build fitness as a discipline, I recommend my baseline workout. Not the most … Continue reading Exercise: Where to Start?
Have you ever heard of a DEXA Scan? The main purpose is to check you bone density, but it's also one of the most accurate readings for your body fat you can get!
As Movember draws to closer to its end, you can see Chase's stache game is going strong. Check the latest video to see how the high volume routine of the Greg Nuckol's Sinister Six program has been: