How Should You Separate Muscle Groups if You Work Out Twice a Day?
It is always important to separate your muscle groups if you plan on working out more than once a day. Find out how you should separate your muscle groups if you work out twice a day with help from a longtime certified personal trainer in this free video clip.
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I'm Renee Byrd with Camp Gladiator in Dallas, Texas, and today we're going to talk about how you should separate your muscle groups if you're going to work out twice a day. Today, I'm going to show you an amazing workout that's for cardio, muscle toning and everything in between. It literally guys will cover every muscle group in your body with just one exercise. So how we're going to start is we're going to grab dumbbells, we're going to bend down, jump out into a plank. So what I would do is I would come down, jump out into a plank with my weights. As I do a pushup I go back into that plank, we're going to do a big lateral jack, we're going to jump back into this movement and we're going to end it at the top with the shoulder press jack. Once we put all of those things together you're going to see what we call a super burpee. When you put six exercises together to create one such as a super burpee, you're going to have to watch your form because that's the only way you're going to get all the benefits out of each exercise. So remember, for your plank, you've got to stay on your toes, your body shifted forward, your abs are in, glutes are tucked in. When you move into that row position guys, make sure that you are not rotating side to side as you are down, you really want to stay squared out. You are really engaging those back muscles, coming into that squat position, really making sure that you drop those heels back down into the ground, careful not to use your toes or put a bigger impact on your knees. Again I'm Renee Byrd with Camp Gladiator and we just talked about how you should separate your muscle groups if you're going to work out twice a day.