"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.
After putting off Jon's idea for so long, here it is fam: how to get the most out of your bicep flex. Whether you're trying to get better mirror selfies, or if you're actually competing on stage, these are the steps that I take to get the most out of my arms. First, make sure … Continue reading How to Pose: Bicep Flex
Guys, what does your chest day look like? You probably have some form of the barbell bench press. Maybe inclined even. Then what do you do? Pec Fly? Dumbbell floor press? Cable crossover? All great moves, but you've got to try the Svend Press. It's a great way to blast the pecs. Invented by Dr. Bruce "Svend" Banner after he had thunder … Continue reading #MyFaveNewWorkout: Svend Press
Forget the #JensonSixty! Here's how to get started on your first ten push-ups. This workout tutorial done by Jon Dao - The Boston Architect. The four things you want to keep in mind are: Arm Position Getting Used to Supporting Your Body Weight Lowering Yourself Gently Progressively Working on Reps and Depth
Free workout of the week! Easy to understand breakdown of the cardio known as Tabata. Fitfam, don't have time for cardio? Think again! The Boston Architect, Jon Dao, sheds light on this amazing, non-revolutionary, easily adaptable workout you should try! Timer: http://www.tabatatimer.com/
For a lot of people who try to turn their health around, they almost try too hard. They're willing to bust their butt, but that momentum's really tough to maintain. Many of them fall off. They have a period of shame. Then they try to catapult themselves back into it again. That's why you see … Continue reading The Baseline (15 Minute Beginner Workout)