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Video Routine for a Push-Pull Workout

chest pressThere are many different types of workouts out there and you might find it tough to find the right one for you. The type of workout you need really depends on the goal you have in mind. If you’re wanting to lose weight, then you need one that is more cardio based and the same concept for gaining weight, one that is more heavy weight lifting based.

Today, I am going to focus on an upper body push-pull workout that leaves the body feeling exhausted, pumped, and evened out. This type of workout allows the muscles of the body to work extremely hard and to compliment each other as well. An example of this would be performing chest/back or biceps/triceps combinations. I feel this type of workout is great for posture, muscle imbalances, and great for increasing muscle strength and endurance.

Chest/Back
Perform three sets of ten repetitions for muscular strength or two-three sets of twenty repetitions for muscular endurance.

  • Chest Press/Lat Pull-Down
  • Dumbbell Bench Press/Seated Row
  • Push-Up/Low Back Extension

Biceps/Triceps
Perform three sets of ten repetitions for muscular strength or two-three sets of twenty repetitions for muscular endurance.

  • Triceps Kick-Backs/Straight Bar Curls
  • Overhead Dumbbell Extension/Dumbbell Curls Cable Extensions/Cable Curls

January 10th, 2009

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