My Workout Log – Strength Builder Level 1: Week 8: Day 2

My Workout Log – Strength Builder Level 1: Week 8: Day 2

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In this blog, Pierre Bush shares his Strength Builder Level 1: Week 8: Day 2 to demonstrates that professional Ballroom dancers can use weight resistants training to increase strength while maintaining flexibility and poise for dance competition . Personal Trainer and Fitness Expert Fadi Malouf is behind the cutting edge advice and uses the Virtual Trainer to coach clients worldwide. 

Thanks for sending me Strength Builder Level 1: Week 8: Day 2. I completed it on 2/21/14 in 46:40. 

Here’s My Log:

Step Up | Barbell:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    10    50   
2    10    60   
3    9     80   
4    8     100  

Squat Jump | Dumbbells:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    8     20   
2    8     25   
3    8     30   
4    8     40   

Wall Squat | Swiss Ball | Dumbbells:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    8     15   
2    8     20   
3    8     30   
4    8     40   

Stiff Leg Deadlift | Barbell:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    8     90   
2    8     100  
3    8     110  
4    8     110  

Leg Curl | Swiss Ball:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    8          
2    8          
3    8          
4    8          

Leg Extension | Machine:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    8     100  
2    8     120  
3    8     140  
4    8     160  

Calf Raise | Dumbbells:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    8     20   
2    8     35   
3    8     40   
4    8     50   

Thanks, 
Pierre Bush

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My Workout Log – 4-Day Split: Routine A – Back

My Workout Log – 4-Day Split: Routine A – Back

4-Day Split- Routine A - Back

In this blog, Nick shares his 4-Day Split: Routine A – Back log to demonstrates that BodyByFadi Virtual Trainer workouts are easy to follow and precise. Fitness Expert Fadi Malouf is behind the cutting edge advice and uses the Virtual Trainer to coach clients worldwide. 

Thanks for sending me 4-Day Split Routines: 4-Day Split: A: Back: A. I completed it on 2/18/14 in 49:41. 

Here’s My Log:

Close Grip Pulldown | Cables:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    10    180  
2    10    180  
3    10    180  
4    10    180  

Bent Over Row | Dumbbells:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    10    65   
2    10    75   
3    10    85   
4    6     96   

T-Bar Row | Barbell:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    10    125  
2    10    145  
3    10    170  
4    10    170  

Standing Wide Row | Cables:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    8     180  
2    7     180  
3    8     180  
4    8     70   

Self Row | Bodyweight:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    10    0    
2    10    0    
3    10    0    
4    10    0    

Thanks, 

Nick

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My Workout Log – 5 x 5 Workout for Her

My Workout Log – 5 x 5 Workout for Her

5 X 5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this blog, Libby Forrester shares her 5 x 5 Workout log to demonstrates that male type workout routines work perfectly to increase strength for women as well. Personal Trainer and Fitness Expert Fadi Malouf is behind the cutting edge advice and uses the Virtual Trainer to coach clients worldwide. 

Thanks for sending me 5 X 5: Workout 4. I completed it on 2/4/14 in 1:21:04.

Here’s My Log:

Crossover Step Up | Barbell:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    5     40   
2    5     30   
3    5     30   
4    5     30   
5    5     30   

Bench Press | Barbell:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    5     45   
2    5     55   
3    5     60   
4    5     55   
5    5     55   

Wide Row | Cables:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    5     40   
2    5     40   
3    5     40   
4    5     40   
5    5     40   

Push Press | Barbell:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    5     45   
2    5     55   
3    5     50   
4    5     45   
5    5     45   

Dip | Bodyweight:
Set  Reps  Weight
1    5     60   
2    5     60   
3    5     60   
4    5     60   
5    5     60   

Thanks, 
Libby Forrester

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Circuit Training For Beginners

Circuit Training For Beginners

Circuit training is not just for beginners but it is an excellent system for beginners. The primary goal of circuit training is to improve general fitness.

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The main objective in completing all of the “stations” in the circuit is to decrease time. In designing a circuit program  ensure to choose exercises most important to your sport, or those exercises most important to eliminating your weaknesses. The most important exercises are placed earlier in the circuit and the least important are placed later in the circuit. You then perform each in succession, attempting always to improve upon your time and weights. The results of an effective circuit program are to improve cardiovascular, strength and toning. As targets are reached or as new weaknesses crop up, changes in the circuit should occur.

The circuit may be repeated for as many sets as desired, by resting between sets at each station, or by going through the circuit non-stop several times. 

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