I like to do things that are simple and EZ. My time is valuable to me, so is exercising every day. To make the most effective use of my time I incorporate some time saving techniques. One of my favorites is this Lifeline cables Push/Pull Superset workout.
When I add it to my regular Lifeline TNT 15/15 workout I’m still done working out in 15 minutes... 45 minutes a week. I couldn’t make it to the gym and change clothes in 45 minutes. Plus it’s a Great Workout!
When people first start thinking about losing weight the first thing they think of is joining a gym. With the best intention of working out many hours and several days a week. They plan to workout until they drop. Then when they get really sore and drop to their knees, they get the idea that working out just isn’t for them.
I suggest that if you’re new to exercising, take it slow. Start with walking. If you’re 20 or 30 or more pounds overweight, then just walking can be an intense workout. If you’re more than 50 pounds overweight (like I was) just walking 5 minutes can be an effort. Start from wherever you are.
Work your way up to walking 30 minutes a day, every day, rain or shine, no excuses.
Walking will get your blood flowing and make you feel better. What walking isn’t great for is building muscle. It’s good for building stamina, but not muscles. For that your need Resistance Training.
There are many ways to start doing Resistance Training with little or no equipment. You can start by doing pushups and dips and other bodyweight exercises. My favorite way and what I suggest is ‘Best 30 Minute Workout Routine’
I suggest that folks do start the Lifeline TNT cable 15/15 workout empty handed. Get the form down first before you add resistance. Resistance could be cans of soup or five lb. cans of coffee. But, eventually you’re going to want your own workout equipment. Lots of people have or start with dumbbells, but for the best, most versatile piece of exercise equipment I’ve ever found.
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There will come a time when you’ll start asking yourself, “When should you change your workout?”
My simple answer is.
- Your Goals Change
- You Stop Making Progress
- You Stop Looking Forward To Your Next Workout
I could easily stay on and make progress with the LL 15/15 workout for six months or longer. But, there will come a time when you’ll feel the need to work specific bodyparts harder. For me those parts are Chest and Back.
What I add to my LL 15/15 workout is a Push/Pull (Chest & Back) Superset. A Superset is where you go from one exercise, a pushing motion into an opposite pulling motion without pause.
Since getting my workouts done in the least amount of time is a priority for me I don’t even take a break between sets. I just go from push to pull and then back again… no pause… just a declining number of reps… 12… 10… 8… 6… 4… 2… to Failure.
It’s Intense, and again…. NOT FOR BEGINNERS… you will feel this the next day.
Stay until the End of the video there’s some Bonus routines.
I hope you like the video, your Comments and Questions are always welcome.