This workout is an
This workout is an un-timed bodyweight workout. You are going to get nice and sweaty and your legs will probably feel like jelly. :) Format for today is 10 exercises, 3 rounds per exercise. The best part? 10 squats in between each set. Make sure you keep track of your reps! Celebrate your success with me and comment below!
1. Half Burpee + Jumping Jack
2. Pilates roll up
4. Front touch to Front kick
5. Popeye Curls (shoulder height curls)
6. Switch Lunge
7. Plank walk with the feet
8. Reverse Fly + tricep
9. Jumping jack + tuck 1
10. Crunch + Lift
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Watch this video that explains why our 20-minutes once-a-week workout method works.
Here is the secret I found. Over the years, I realized that everyone possesses one key asset like I do, and I suspect you do too, unless you are hooked up to a heart-lung machine: everyone has 20 minutes to make themselves healthy, once a week, two-thirds of an I Love Lucy rerun.
And I’ll say without exaggeration – of the many breakthroughs associated with Power of 10’s advanced form of exercise that you’ll find in this book, this aspect turns out to be the most important breakthrough of all: POWER OF 10 IS SO FAST, CONVENIENT, SATISFYING AND SAFE, YOU SIMPLY WON’T WANT TO QUIT. IT’S QUIT-PROOF.
As any Power of 10 user will tell you – this fact alone makes Power of 10 the revolution that it is. Because no fitness program, no matter how great, can possibly work if you DON’T DO IT. I know how many exercise programs I’ve quit in my life after 3 weeks. What about you? Just imagine where you’ll be 3, 6, 12 months and years from now when you’ve got a world-class fitness program that you actually stick with? That you actually look forward to after 5-7 days off? You’ll be in buff-land, that’s where you’ll be. And you’ll never want to go back.
THE 1-2-3 OF POWER OF 10
Power of 10 is made up of three parts I call “The Three Pillars,” which together make it a program for total body health and fitness. Each pillar is critical enough to have its own section in this book. The 3 Pillars are:
1. Exercise – Using specialized equipment our certified Instructors will provide you with a full-body workout by doing only five to seven exercises. Our focus is on building and maintaining muscle. This will help to supercharge your metabolism and to increase cardiovascular endurance, which will make you leaner and stronger. In turn this will also help to reduce health problems such as obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis, and chronic pain.
2. Nutrition – Food is your fuel – eat real food and nourish the body with essential nutrients. Whether you are in the Paleo, Modified Mediterranean, South Beach, Vegan or Ketogenic camp, what matters is that you stay away from processed foods and limit foods with added sugar and processed carbohydrates.
3. Rest & Recovery– trying to build a healthy body using quality exercise and nutrition, without quality rest and recovery, is like building a house without a foundation. Believe it or not, it’s during rest that all the positive changes happen. By its very nature and design, Power of 10, more than any other regimen, “positions” your body to get the rest and recovery it needs.
For those of you using the Power of Ten workout on your own, you can download the InForm Fitness Chart referenced in the book – we think it will help you stay on track to reach your goals.
Slow training is OK for super old people, but it does not recruit the biggest type 1 fibers. Hence less than good results.
This just seems like it would bore the crap out of me. I like the speed,I like to sweat and I like to challenge myself
But slow training will never be mainstream. In fact, the trend in sports science is speed training. And the trend is more athletes getting injured than ever. Yet the experts won't backdown.
I will continue to do slow reps and experience the value of the tempo but most guys are going to the gym to show how tough they are with weights.
I been Doing slow weights for years and this slow weight training is as old as weight training itself .. and yes I do get funny looks in the gym and people even laughing at me in the gym seeing me lift so slow they think I’ve got mental problems .. that’s how non-mainstream it is ..
but it works vary well I find their are 101 to go slow .. You never know it could take off ...
Is his book superslow only good for his gym's? Or can i do the method in a commercial gym. Just wondering before i purchase the book.
https://informfitness.com/ 212-755-9895 Why Slow Motion Exercise -The First Pillar | InForm Fitness Power of 10 | Adam Zickerman
We lift weights slowly for two main reasons – safety and efficiency.
Slow lifting greatly reduces the forces that commonly cause injury to your joints, muscles, and connective tissue.
Slow lifting also reduces momentum, which requires the muscle to do most of the work. The result is muscle failure achieved in a minimum amount of time, giving you a much more efficient workout. When you can no longer move the weight, the stimulus for muscle growth has begun.
Armed with the knowledge that you can train without injury, you will have the confidence to push your muscles to the required level of fatigue, making your workout more effective.
Pillar 2 Nutrition - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hqx5iQygNMs
Pillar 3 Rest and Recovery - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sLPtEOOO60
Cool I do full body training really just need 20 mins and has the best muscle size result✨
If its only about fatigue musles why sprint sport are biiger than marathon sport? sorry for my english