Snow, snow and once again more snow will be the memory of the winter of 2014. For those looking to attain their fitness goals 2014 has been a troubling mix of possessing the motivation to excel but not being able to get to the gym. The solution is simple with a straight forward plan that can be performed at home.
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• Jumping Jacks – 30 seconds • Shuffle Splits – 30 seconds • Push-Ups (fisted) – 30 seconds • Burpee’s x 15 • Chin-Ups x 15 • Zottman Curl x 16 • Bench Dips x 12 • STS™ • Abdominal Circuit • Cossack Squats – 60 seconds (fast pace, complete 30 in time allotment)
Each set will take slightly less than eight minutes. Rest to nine minute mark and repeat for a total of six sets.
How to perform Cossack Squats
Given you are training at home, please consider the following important diet 'tips':
- Perform the first set (or more) of this routine before breakfast but ensure you ingest the appropriate amount of Modern BCAA+™ in water, as well as Jack3d®.
- After finishing your exercise routine, have a bracing cold shower to further invigorate your body and improve muscular recovery.
- Enjoy a breakfast that is based upon porridge, oatmeal or millet (this will vary from region to region and different cultural backgrounds. Add a simple protein source, such as dollop of natural peanut butter and possibly, my preference, a generous sprinkling of cinnamon. Each breakfast should include a healthy protein source, such as eggs or for both quality of ingredients, absorption and reliability, OxyELITE Protein™ is a perfect selection.
Prepared by John Davies
John’s present supplement stack starts daily with the “athlete’s advantage”, Modern BCAA+™, SuperCissus®, USPlabs PowerFULL® and USPlabs PRIME®, along with additional use of Yok3d®, USPlabs AP™ depending upon his training cycle.
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