Sometimes it takes that extra push to see strength gains and definition in your upper body. That’s where this workout can help.
I’ve been adding three to four rounds of this super speedy circuit to the end of my back and shoulder workouts twice per week. This little workout takes 10-15 minutes if you move quickly and has helped me improve my upper body strength. I’m no Cameron Diaz, but I’ll continue to work for guns like hers.
On that note, I just want to say I don’t want to be THAT healthy living blogger who posts obnoxious selfies from the gym. However, I do want to show you my progress as a little inspiration. I started with ZERO strength and definition in my upper body, but here’s where I’m at today after a year of eating healthy and working out regularly,
My life was insane during my final year of college, so I couldn’t spend two hours in the gym every day. However, I kept working toward gaining upper body strength and am excited to finally see results. You can too with hard work and dedication.
Let me know if you try this circuit. I’d love to know what you think! 🙂
- How often do you perform upper body workouts?
- What are your favorite biceps and triceps exercises?
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