Far too often, people believe that you need tons of exercises to get good results in fitness. Of course if you like to do a variety of exercises, go ahead. I'm not saying that can't work. I'm just saying that it isn't the only way. Condensed or Limited Programs can work great. Some of the all time great strongmen in history built themselves up on only a handful of exercises. Paul Anderson who is considered one of the strongest men of all time, built himself up primarily on the Overhead Press and the Squat. The first Mr. Olympia, Larry Scott,…
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Try this exercise! It's a combination of 180 degree jumps and the BOSU. Great for explosive strength, coordination, core strength, and more!
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This is a tough finisher! It's a Ladder superset. What that means is we'll take two exercises. In this case, it's BOSU Jump Squats and Kettlebell Swings. We start with 8 reps of each. THen we go to 7 of each. Then 6,5,4,3,2, and finally 1. There are no breaks between exercises. Just the time it takes you to walk to the appropriate station.