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Advanced Body Weight Workout - This Will Kick Your Ass

Advanced Body Weight Workout - This Will Kick Your Ass
Join the Rebellion, get free eBooks. If this little dude can get in shape without a gym, what’s your excuse? Most gyms these days are loaded with chumps, meatheads, pushy salesmen, and people who suck at working out. (If you DO go to a gym, make sure you DON’T suck at it). Luckily, you can burn fat, build muscle, and get a great workout using just your body weight. Most of you saw the Beginner Bodyweight Workout I posted last week. Are you ready for this? NF Advanced Body Weight Workout Warning: this workout that will have you sweating like a pig and leave you sore all over the next day. Obviously, if this routine is too tough, there are quite a few variations you can make to lessen the difficulty and then build your way up to the real deal. NOTE: I do use a pull up bar in this routine. Before you start, WARM UP - Never ever ever ever forget to warm up. Here’s the NF Advanced Body Weight Workout: Nerd Fitness TV – Advanced Body Weight Workout That’s one complete rotation. Your thoughts?

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