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Best Home Gym Weight Loss Workout – TT Intermediate Workout A

CLICK HERE for a FREE WORKOUT!! http://www.turbulencetraining.com To start off workout A from the Turbulence Training intermediate workout, we wil...

 

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To start off workout A from the Turbulence Training intermediate workout, we will start out with a superset of dumbbell split squats and dumbbell incline chest presses.

So, for the split squat you will get in a split stance, which is a slightly exaggerated step. Hold the dumbbells by your sides. However, if you are new to this exercise then you can do the split squat without weights or do it next to a wall or a beam to get some balance. The lead leg in this exercise is going to do all of the work. You will be balanced on the ball of your back foot, and a lot of weight is going to be on the heel of your front leg. So, in a nice proud position, drop straight down, letting your knee drop just above the ground, and then drive through the front leg to come back up. Complete all 8 repetitions for one side and then switch to the other side. You will know if you are using too much weight if your chest is sagged forward and your posture is deviated from what it should be.

Moving right into the dumbbell incline chest press, set the incline at about 45 degrees and place the dumbbells at chest height. Press up and in, and then down and out for 8 repetitions. Now rest one minute and then repeat 2 more times for a total of 3 supersets.

In the second superset of workout A you are going to do 15 repetitions of two bodyweight exercises, the stability ball leg curl and pushups. For the stability ball leg curl, you want to push your heels into the ball and bridge your hips up, using the back of your legs to curl the ball in while keeping your body in a straight line.

After all the repetitions for the leg curls are done, move without rest into pushups. If you cannot do 15 regular pushups, then do kneeling pushups. With your abs braced and body in a straight line, bring your chest to the floor and then drive through your triceps, shoulders, and chest to push back up. Again, rest one minute and then repeat 2 more times for a total of 3 supersets.

In the final superset of workout A, you’re going to do a difficult abdominal exercise, the stability ball jackknife, followed by a very difficult upper back exercise, the dumbbell rear deltoid raise.

To get into position for the stability ball jackknife, place your elbows on a bench and your feet on a stability ball, keeping your body in a straight line. Once you’re in position, brace your abs, and tuck your knees up to the chest and then back out. Repeat this for 10 repetitions in total.

Immediately following the jackknives, you will perform 10 repetitions of the rear deltoid raise. For this, you will bend your knees, push your hips back, brace your abs, and keep your chest up. Next, bend forward a bit and then raise the dumbbells out to the side, squeezing the shoulder blades together at the top of the movement. Make sure you are nice and controlled going both ways. This exercise will work the back of the shoulder, which tends to be a very weak spot for individuals who sit at a desk all day. Rest one minute and then repeat the superset 2 more times for 3 in total.

You can then move on to the interval training portion of the workout and then finish off with stretching. That’s workout A from the intermediate Turbulence Training program.

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