|Scrambled Eggs (1 whole egg + Nature Egg Simply Egg Whites)
Grilled Tomato & Mushroom
Whole Grain english muffin (lightly buttered)
|Warning: Not as sweet and simple as it appears!|
I wanted an arm workout with lots of reps and a lighter weight. My body bar is 9 lbs (usually they come in 9 or 12lbs). I also wanted to ensure that I was incorporating cardio intervals for a well-rounded workout.
So basically, you need to do one exercise for the specified number of reps (15 or 20), followed by the immediate cardio component, then back to the same exercise until you are done that specific circuit number. Make sense? Here is what I did, in chart form:
(Sorry- they were the best pictures I could find)
Single Arm Bicep Curl
Single arm = better for stability. If this is too much weight, you can use both arms, but increase the reps substantially.
Overhead Tricep Extension
Keep your elbows in, forming the number 11
Single Arm Chest Flies
Bring your arm down to it’s parallel to the floor (almost, but not quite touching)
I live on a hill, so I just set up station in my garage and sprinted up & down the hill at the end of specific rounds.
Someone had fun watching me sweat it out:
Adam was away golfing until late last night, so it was a post-workout dinner for one:
|Tilapia (seasoned with pepper, salt, chilli pepper)
Yellow Mini Potatoes (seasoned and baked with olive oil, pepper, cumin, white onion)
Mixed greens with tomatoes, red pepper, feta
Well, I’m off to enjoy what is left of the long weekend!
Body Bar Resources
Here are some websites if you’re interested in some more body bar moves: