Are you looking for a challenge? Do you think you have what it takes to keep up with me? Then put your sweat to the test and tackle BMD Ep. 5- BREAKDOWN! This GRUELLING workout will push your body passed its limits to the point of total destruction! Give it your best shot Nation, I want to see your video responses and if Hermanites are tough enough to beat my score of 506!
Keep up with me utilizing the TIME STAMPS in the info section!
Talk about a SELF MASSAGE! A Foam Roller can get the job done in NO TIME and is ALWAYS available! Remember, they may be some discomfort as you begin to target some of your tight muscles, just remember to breathe, drink plenty of water and don’t push so hard you hurt yourself. Massages can be exspensive and this is a great alternative if done properly! So let’s work out some kinks!
This routine is designed to work on your overall explosion whether you are trying to jump higher or further. All you need are some plyo boxes and enough space to jump high and far! Plyo Intensity can be applied to any sport, especially those that involve jumping such as basketball, volleyball, and football. Now go give it a try and reach new heights with your fitness goals today!
Ask your questions here!
(1:03)- Anthony Kesterson
Hey Scott and Sean! I'm almost 24 years old and just beginning to change my body. I bought dietary supplements; N.O.-XPLODE, CELLMASS, and SYNTHA-6. I'm just not sure how to start exercising, or what exercises are good for me to start with. I don't have any weights at home, but I have a fitness center where I live. I work till 7pm every day and I'm off on Wednesday and Sundays, so when is the best time to take the supplements that I bought, and when should I actually work out? Can you maybe give me some ideas on exercises that would be good for a beginner like me? Thanks for your help, you guys are the best!! :)
(8:50)- Scott Hunter
Hey guys, first of all you are awesome. Secondly, I have adopted Scott's routine of a "burn set" for the first set in an exercise. The problem I am currently having is that in sets 2 and 3 I can't lift the maximum weight I lifted at the start of set 1 (or cannot get to 8 reps). Is it wise to try the set 1 weight and do as much as possible (1-8) or knock it down a weight? Suggestions/strategy? Cheers guys!
Hi Scott/Sean, I have been working out for quite a while now. I have seen my upper body develop at a much faster rate than the lower part (legs more precisely). The lower body doesn’t seem to be in proportion with my overall appearance. Could you possibly guide me as to how and in which areas I should put in more efforts for the overall development of my physique? Does this mean that I should not workout my back for a while as I have a reasonably wider back as compared to my lower body? For your information I work out 5 days a week with legs on each Friday followed by two days off from the gym. TIA Regards Ashish
Nothing recharges your internal batteries quite like a total body circuit. This routine will not only get your heart pumpin’ for some major calorie burn; but you will feel energized and ready to take on anything that is thrown your way!
Really push yourself when you are jumping rope as this first exercise will set the tempo for the rest of the routine!