Advanced Core Conditioning
Pull UP With Medicine Ball Pinch
Squeezing a soft medicine ball between the toes while performing a pull up activates the abductors and internal rotation muscles to improve competition performance.
Ball Slams Circuits
Slamming medicine balls with various weight load amounts into the ground followed immediately by picking up the ball from a squat position improves six pack muscle definition while elevating fat burning hormones for up to 48 hours.
Unbalanced Load Core Training Lunge
Unbalanced Load Core training requires the 6 pack muscles to engage as nature intended. Combining specialized exercises with short rest circuits improves muscle develop and increases rates of fat burning at the same time with 20 minute sessions.*
Six Pack Development Training Strategies
Learn how to earn a great six pack with the right training approach.
Unilateral Barbell Curl
Pack on size to your biceps with this awesome exercise designed to stimulate a wide range of muscle fibers with Dr. Eric Serrano MD and Scott H. Mendelson.
Swiss Ball Advanced Core Complex
Three challenging core exercises in a row with no rest in between movements form this training complex designed to improve six pack development.
Advanced oblique, lower core and back training with specialized exercises are a key to long term success.
Twisting Swiss Ball Jacknife
Improve lower ab and oblique development with this challenging exercise.
Standing Band Twists
Functional core training with a variety of angles and band tension settings for razor sharp core development.
Only advanced trainees should utilize the pike core training exercise.
Unilateral DB Press
Functional core and pressing work at the same time with this unique training execution.
X Raise Cluster 8 Negative
target the upper back and posterior shoulder with the X Raise using cluster 8 negative execution.
Supinated Lat Push Down
Target the lower portion of the lats with the palms facing the ceiling during the Supinated Lat Push Down. Keep the shoulder blades down during the entire movement. Notice the attention to the exercise tempo