Clifton O Boyd Jr - Top Most Popular Workout Programs

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Introduction Clifton O. Boyd Jr is the General Manager of Retro Fitness since November, 2012. The company is a fitness brand based in Neptune City, New Jersey. Before that, Clifton O. Boyd Jr worked as a Facility Manager at TEAM Schools, A KIPP Region for 3 years. He is skilled in sales, management, customer service and marketing.  

Basic Bodyweight Workout:

Basic Bodyweight Workout “ No gym? No problem. Speed up this circuit of bodyweight exercises to burn calories anywhere, anytime,” says Antonia. Do the circuit of exercises for one minute each four times through, resting for 30 seconds before repeating, for a 30-minute session. Do this circuit 3–4 times. Do 1 minute each of: Pushups Jumping jacks Forward-backward lunges (30 seconds each leg) V sit-ups Side-stepping squats (30 seconds each leg) Burpees Mountain climbers

Beast Mode Bodyweight Workout:

Beast Mode Bodyweight Workout “ This bodyweight circuit workout raises your body temperature and increases your metabolism,” Reed says. Do the main circuit two or three times through, resting as little as possible. Then finish with the cardio burnout. Do this circuit 2–3 times. Do 30 seconds each of: Isometric squats Squats Sumo squat jumps Wide-hand push-ups Renegade rows with pushups between Side plank rotations with reach Reverse lunges (right) Reverse lunges (right )

Beast Mode Bodyweight Workout:

Beast Mode Bodyweight Workout Plank tricep get-ups (right-arm lead) Plank tricep get-ups (left-arm lead) Windshield wipers Then do 30 seconds each of: Speed squats Quick feet Skater jumps Speed jumping jacks High-knee stationary sprint Burpees

Classic Gym Circuit:

Classic Gym Circuit “If you're short on time and are happy with a basic workout, try this tried-and-true circuit,” Antonia says. Do the whole thing 3 to 5 times through, with little to no rest in between exercises and sets, and use a heavy weight that it becomes tough to finish the last few reps. Do the following as a circuit 3–5 times: 20 leg presses 15 dumbbell squats with shoulder press 15 hamstring curls 15 bench presses 25 cable rows 10 dumbbell bicep curls 10 tricep pressdowns 25 crunches


Tabata The definition of high intensity, tabatas have alternating 20 seconds of hard effort with 10 seconds of rest, straight through for four minutes. “The best thing about the Tabata workout is that you can perform these short, intense routines with your own body weight in the comfort of your own home,” Reed says. “Tabata raises your heart rate, pumps up your muscles, and increases your fitness level.” These ones will have you alternating two exercises targeting the same muscle groups, and going from one to the next provides a kick butt workout in 24 minutes.

Battle Ropes:

Battle Ropes “If you've never incorporated battle ropes into your training, you'll soon find out why they burn so many calories so quickly,” says Antoian. “Repeat this workout four times for an ultra kick-butt 20 minute workout.” 1 minute of rope alternating arm waves 30 seconds of pushups 1 minute of rope double-arm slam jumping waves 30 seconds of bicycle crunches 1 minute of rope outside circles 30 seconds of mountain climbers 30 seconds of rest

Killer Kettlebells :

Killer Kettlebells “ Training with kettlebells is very beneficial because they improve your body composition, generate total body power, and build strength simultaneously,” says Reed. “Due to how the weight is distributed, kettlebells force your muscles to counterbalance, improving your stability and balance as well.” These exercises should all be performed unilaterally, meaning with one arm at a time, which further engages the core. Go from one move to the next, then rest for a minute or two before repeating the whole thing two more times. Do 10 reps each arm or leg. Perform the complete group of exercises as a circuit, doing 3 circuits total. Single-arm swings Squat to single-arm overhead press Single-arm bent over rows Single-leg Russian dead lifts 1-2 minutes rest

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