AT HOME WORKOUT: Biceps & Shoulders

My favorite AT-HOME bicep/shoulder workout. Easy as 1, 2, 3 — šŸ˜Ž

This is a SUPERSET WORKOUT using a Resistance Band (a great investment to add to your at-home workout equipment); Let’s get it šŸ‘‰

1. 5mins warm up; Stretch your arms, swimmers swing, etc You just want to loosen the tension in your upper body. šŸ’Ŗ

2. Hook your resistance band underneath your feet & preform single arm 50 bicep curls (25ea arm). Keep a good steady pace and look for that nice sting towards the end… (Increase the resistance of your band by spreading your feet in a wider stance or for a lighter tension place your feet together) …I say keep it challenging, wider the better! šŸ˜‰

3. Immediately following, take one foot from out of your stance and perform shoulder press raises, both hands up, count for 10reps than do 15 single arm presses (keeping the alternative arm by your shoulder) – switch arms – and do 15reps on the other THEN finish strong with another 10 both arms shoulder pressin’ … šŸ”„

4. Personally I like to finish this set by doing a 60sec floor plank followed directly by 25 push ups then 25 diamond push ups (hands together). I rest for 90secs then repeat all steps for a total of 5sets! #YouCanDoIt šŸ‘Š

Definitely gets the blood pumping, heart rate up (cardiovascular) and that feel-good pinch in my biceps & shoulders is as good as a hi5, job well done! A #NoExcuses routine when you can’t make it to the gym! TRAIN HARD BEASTMODERS! šŸ˜Ž

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2 thoughts on “AT HOME WORKOUT: Biceps & Shoulders

    • I rarely do calves workouts to be honest with you. The calves are tough too because their size comes primarily from pure genetics, however I’ve noticed more definition in my calves when I do the following; 1. In the squatting formation end by rises on your toes, hold for 2seconds before your lower back down for another rep. 2. Holding weighted plates in each hand and doing simple calf raises to failure, I aim for no less than 50-100reps in one set and 3. Skip rope! That constant jump off the balls of your feet mean the calf muscle is constantly contracted, a great overall body workout but also a nice target on those calves. Hope this helps! – Best, Lita

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