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In this course you will learn to strengthen and build the muscles of your arms and chest through calisthenics exercises that don't require a gym.
So you can do the exercises in this course at home, in a park, or even at your office during a break.
This course has two instructors. Myself and my personal trainer, Joey Zanca. After just a few months of working out with Joey, I started feeling much stronger and having a visible difference in the appearance of my chest and arms. The course we put together for you has all the exercises that Joey makes his students do in order to get results. So if it worked for me, it will also work for you.
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|Section 1: Arms and chest strengthening course introduction|
Course and instructor introductionPreview
How to make the course perfect for you and fit your needs
Discussion of how to make your muscles appear nice and toned
|Section 2: Arms and chest exercises|
In this part of the calisthenics workout routine class Joes shows us the right way to do the classic pushup. Your chest must be right over your arms in order to get the maximum benefit from each pushup. Pushups are great exercises to help you strengthen your chest as well as your triceps and your shoulders.
Diamond pushups help you isolate the center of your chest, and make it stronger. It is also a great exercise for your triceps and shoulders. Notice that the wider your arms are on the pushup the wider you are working out on your chest. You can vary how far apart you keep your arms to isolate different parts of your chest that you want to work on.
In this tutorial of our calisthenics workout routine, you learn how to alternate between a plank and a pushup to work out our arms, core, and chest all in one dynamic exercise.
Mountain climbers are another good calisthenics exercise. Just like the pushup, they work the chest, arms and triceps and shoulders. They also stretch your legs a little bit, and add balance to the exercise. Mountain climbers are not difficult to do, but they help to work out your full body.
Advanced mountain climbers to add to your workout routine to make it a little bit more challenging for you.
This is an advanced and challenging calisthenics exercise which combines the pushup and the mountain climbers to give your muscles even more of a workout, and really test the limits of what you can do. Of course, if you want to make this even more difficult, you can always add more repetitions or more time for which you do this.
In this part of the course Joe shares tips on where you can do your calisthenics exercise training routine now that you know so many of the exercises and can put them together on your own into a great workout. Many local parks have small areas with different bars where you can do the things we show you in this course. Also, you can do these exercises at home. To make it more fun, you can even do these exercises while watching tv. Or if you have a break at work, none of these exercises require a lot of space so you can do them right beside your work chair or cubicle or office.
Sitting dips are very good for your tricep muscles and to generally help make your arms stronger.
These are advanced dip variations to add even more of a challenge to your usual routine.
Sitting dips (easy to start) that are very good for your arms and triceps
Advanced pushup: with elevation
|Section 3: Stretches|
In this part of the training, Joe explains when you should stretch, how you should stretch, and whether you should stretch before a workout or after a workout. The answer is that you want to stretch before a workout and after a workout. The main difference is that you never want to stretch cold muscles. Before stretching, do a little bit of physical activity that is nice and easy. So you start with basic and simple exercises for a few minutes just to do a small warmup. After the small warmup, you stretch your muscles and focus on your joints like your ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, neck, and elbows. Joe shows how to loosen up the body from the upper body to the lower body. First he focuses on loosening the neck from side to side and then front and back. After that he loosens up his shoulders with small circles going forward and then going back. After that he does the cross-arm shoulder stretch. After that he loosens up the elbows by rotating them out and then in. After that he rotates the wrists side to side. After that Joe shows how to stretch the rib cage. After stretching the ribs, Joe shows how to stretch the hips, and after that he loosens up the lower back, then the hips, knees and ankles.
|Section 4: Pull-ups|
In this part of the course you learn how to work up to your first pull up if you are not able to do pull ups yet. There are two kinds of pull ups: where your hands are facing out and where your hands are facing in. The type where your palms are facing out is easier to do at first because your biceps are engaged. The pull up is one of the all time best calisthenics exercises because it works your back and arms in a natural way.
Doing the pull-up
|Section 5: Natural ways to improve performance (more coming in October and late 2015)|
Natural ways to improve performance (more coming in October and late 2015)Preview
NEW! What to eat before a workout to boost your performancePreview
|Section 6: Conclusion|
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3-time best selling Amazon author, creator of top entrepreneur mobile apps, and host of a popular business and marketing channel on YouTube.
I am the creator of the Problemio business apps which are some of the top mobile apps for planning and starting a business with 1,000,000+ downloads across iOS, Android and Kindle.
I am also an author of three business books (marketing to reach 1,000,000 people, on starting a business, and on the mobile app business).
I am also a business coach. On my apps and in my private coaching practice I have helped over 1,000 entrepreneurs. That means I can probably help you quite a bit as well.
My areas of expertise are mobile apps, software engineering, marketing (SEO and social), and entrepreneurship.
I created over 100 courses on Udemy with 75,000+ students by whom I am humbled and who I try to help any way I can!
Doing boxing and kickboxing since I was 4 years old. I currently work as a personal trainer and an MMA fighting trainer. I have trained a number of winning MMA fighters.
10 years boxing
10 years kickboxing
10+ years martial arts
10+ years grappling
7+ years personal fitness trainer
5+ years MMA fighting trainer
Current Fitness coordinator for Title Boxing Club
Program Director for Mutant MMA