Time Paused Squat
A paused position 1/4 of the way up from parallel is extremely challenging and high beneficial for lower body development.
Rear Leg Elevated Lunge Pause Sequence
A thirty second pause in the bottom position of the rear leg elevated lunge will ignite a fat burning fire storm while stimulating a wide array of muscle fibers.
Seated Hamstring Contractions
Contract the hamstrings using a variety of medicine ball sizes, forms and weights to improve development and strength.
3 Dimensional Force Curl Complex
The most challenging curl movements you have ever imagined are now available to you. All you need to do is find a training partner and take action in the gym. Dr. Eric Serrano MD demonstrates
Shoulder Lateral Raise
Dr. Eric Serrano MD instructs the proper execution of a dumbbell Shoulder Lateral Raise to target the desired muscles. Keeping the elbows behind the ears throughout the movement makes every rep more challenging. Shoulder Lateral
Six Pack Development Training Strategies
Learn how to earn a great six pack with the right training approach.
Pull Push Cable Dumbbell Complex
The core is forced to engage during this intense exercise which requires an incline bench, cable machine and dumbbell at the same time.
X Lat Extension Incline Angle Pause
Target mid and upper back muscles while stimulating the long head of the triceps.
Ischemic Pronated Grip Row
he ischemic pronated grip row will activate a large percentage of the back musculature. A pronated grip requires the palm to face the floor.
Ischemic Triceps Kick Backs
Develop razor sharp triceps definition and strength with ischemic triceps kick backs.
Ischemic Preacher Curls
Stimulate a wide cross section of biceps muscle fibers necessary for excellent rates of muscle growth with the ischemic preacher curls. Ischemic strength training protocols are one of the greatest training innovations of the last 25 years.
Long Head Biceps Curl Strip Sets
Build awesome biceps with a long head curl strip set designed to stimulate a wide cross section of muscle fibers necessary for maximizing rates of muscle growth.
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