Course 38: Gym workout 2 

Course Description (What the course is about)

Hollywood Gym Workout: Sculpting A-List Strength and Style

Welcome to the Hollywood Gym Workout, a fitness routine that mirrors the dedication and aesthetics of your favorite Hollywood stars. This workout features a selection of exercises designed to target multiple muscle groups, build strength, and enhance your physique with the poise of a silver screen icon. Let’s delve into the glitz and glamour of this sensational regimen:

Course Outcomes (What you’ll learn)

Smashing the Hollywood Gym Workout, which includes exercises like leg press superset walking lunges, cable fly superset reverse cable fly, barbell bicep curls 21s, and reverse tricep press down superset tricep press down superset overhead tricep extension, can yield a range of positive outcomes for individuals dedicated to their fitness journey.

Consistently following this workout can lead to the following benefits:

  1. Enhanced Lower Body Strength: The leg press and walking lunges target the quads, hamstrings, and glutes, contributing to improved lower body strength, power, and stability.
  2.  Sculpted Chest and Upper Back: The cable fly and reverse cable fly exercises work your chest and upper back, leading to improved muscle definition, size, and symmetry.
  3.  Bicep Definition and Strength: The barbell bicep curls 21s challenge your biceps from different angles, promoting better definition and increased strength in your arms.
  4.  Strong and Toned Triceps: The combination of reverse tricep press down, tricep press down, and overhead tricep extension effectively targets your triceps, resulting in toned and strong arms.
  5. Improved Muscle Coordination: The supersets in this workout demand coordination between various muscle groups, enhancing your overall body awareness and muscle coordination.
  6.  Functional Fitness: Engaging in compound exercises like walking lunges and cable flys improves your functional fitness, making everyday movements easier and more efficient.
  7. Muscle Endurance: The high-repetition nature of exercises like bicep curls 21s and tricep press downs challenges muscle endurance, allowing you to perform more repetitions over time.
  8. Calorie Burn and Metabolism Boost: Combining strength exercises with compound movements can lead to increased calorie burn during and after the workout, contributing to overall fat loss and a boosted metabolism.
  9. Increased Bone Density: Weight-bearing exercises like leg press and walking lunges can help enhance bone density and reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
  10. Improved Posture and Stability: Engaging muscles in your back and core during exercises like reverse cable flys and walking lunges can aid in better posture and stability.
  11. Mind-Muscle Connection: Focusing on form and controlled movements during the workout helps establish a strong mind-muscle connection, optimizing muscle engagement.
  12. Enhanced Arm Flexibility: The range of motion required for bicep curls and tricep extensions contributes to improved arm flexibility.
  13. Strengthened Mindset: Consistently challenging yourself through varied exercises can help cultivate mental resilience, determination, and a positive outlook.
  14. Aesthetic Confidence: Combining targeted exercises for different muscle groups can lead to an aesthetically pleasing physique, boosting your self-confidence.

Remember to prioritize proper form, progressively challenge yourself, and allow adequate time for recovery between workout sessions. Each individual’s journey will vary, but with dedication and consistent effort, the Hollywood Gym Workout can help you achieve a well-rounded and admirable body.

Yes, beginners can perform this workout, but it's recommended to start with lighter weights and focus on proper form. Gradually increase the weight and intensity as your strength and fitness level improve.

Beginners should start with Level 1 - DELICIOUS then after 2-3 weeks progressing increasing intensity by moving to Level 2 - SPICY and Level 3 - WEAPON.

You can scale all exercises based on your ability, injuries and fitness level.

Advanced members can challenge themselves by increasing weights, increasing reps and sets at Level 3 - WEAPON.
It's suggested to perform this workout 2 to 3 times a week with at least a day of rest in between sessions to allow for muscle recovery.
Yes, you can incorporate cardio on non-workout days or after completing the workout. Just ensure you're not overexerting yourself and allowing your muscles enough recovery time.
Prior to the workout, opt for a balanced meal containing carbohydrates for energy and protein for muscle support. After the workout, consume a mix of protein and carbohydrates to aid recovery.
Focus on proper form and use weights that are manageable, and start with light weights if you're unsure. If you're new to these exercises, please use super light weights and watch the videos for form.
Skipping the cool-down can lead to muscle tightness and delayed recovery. It's recommended to always include a proper cool-down to stretch and promote recovery.

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Prerequisites
Enrolled: 1 student
Duration: Please allow 60 mins for this workout on each level
Lectures: 6

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