Fast Home Workout

Let's face it... most people who join a gym don't stick with it. Why? Because it sucks after a while.

Instead of feeling like you have to go to a gym to get a workout, make a few small investments, so that you can workout at home.

Pull-up bar - Works your back, your shoulder, and your arms.

Push-up stands - Works your chest, shoulders, back, and triceps...

For legs, you can do body weight squats.

For abs, well that should be a no-brainer.

As you can see, a full workout can be done at home. No more gym!

So how do you create a workout routine with this new idea?

It will look like this:

Push-up and pull-ups on the same day.

Squats and abs on another day.

Day 1. Day 2. Pretty simple.

Day 1:

Do one set of pullups to failure.

Do one set of incline pushups to failure.

Do one set of regular pushups to failure.


Take a day off.

Day 2:

Body weight squats to failure.

Standard ab crunches to failure.

1 set a piece.


1 set, that's right. That's all.

Here's the catch:

You have to move slow.

4 seconds up, 2 second pause, 4 seconds down.

Every week increase the reps by 1.

So here you go:

Day 1 - pullups and pushups


Day 2 - Squats and abs


Day 3 - Run (for 30 minutes)

Day 4 - Run again.

Repeat day 1.

This is a fast home workout, that will help you build muscle faster than the gym.

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