Get shredded with this complex that trains damn near everything and smokes your core as a bonus.
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For this unilateral workout finisher, you'll combine the classic farmer's walk with several dumbbell movements.
Grab a few pairs of dumbbells and add this finisher to the end of your workouts. You'll hate it, but you'll love the results.
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Need to drop some fat, like, really fast? Try this complex. No sled? Just push a weight plate with dumbbells on top.
This conditioning finisher combines unilateral dumbbell movements with sled work. And yes, it'll get you shredded.
Combine sled work with a few dumbbell movements and you'll have the ultimate workout finisher.
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No fancy sled, no problem. Make your own pulling sled and smoke your legs any time you feel like it.
Combine the two toughest forms of metabolic conditioning into one brutal workout finisher.
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Do 20 swings. Without rest, drop into a hard-style plank for 10 deep breaths. Repeat for 5-10 rounds as a workout finisher.
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Maximize workout time by hitting your arms and delts with this quick tri-set.
Nail your shoulders, biceps and triceps with this series.
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Ramp up this staple exercise by adding a short pause at the bottom of each rep, then explode from that dead-stop position. Do 6-10 reps, 2-5 sets.