Men’s health little book revealed the secret of the Warrior’s Workout created by Martin Rooney, I stole out three identifiable work outs which are moderately easy to do and decided to share. This is not the warrior work out, but part of a series of work outs that translate to the warrior’s work out. If you want the warrior work out you are going to have to buy the magazine. These here I recommend doing three of each in the morning or night three times a week. It is best to start with one easy one and then working all three into a regime.
Knee-Grab Sit-Up: This one is for the Abs
i. Lie on your back with your legs straight arms at the sides, keeping your elbows bent at 90 degrees
ii. Perform a sit-up . As you sit up, bring your knees toward your chest and try to grab just below your kneecaps. Lower your body to the starting position and repeat.
This nice man explains it in this video here.
Knee to Elbow Push up: Works on the shoulders, chest, abs, obliques and pelvic muscles
i. Begin in the standard push-up position with your body forming a straight line from ankles to your shoulders.
ii. Bring your right knee to your left elbow, and pause before returning your leg to the starting position.
iii. Now lower your body as you would for a standard push-up.
iv. Push back to the starting position and repeat, this time bringing your left knee to your right elbow.
This extremely nice semi naked man explains it here, I know he is extremely nice because he is semi-naked
Plyco Push- Up: Do three with each lasting about 20 seconds, this exercise works mainly on your chest area, but also shoulders and triceps
i. Assume a push-up position, then lower your body until your chest nearly touches the floor.
ii. Press yourself up so that your hands leave the floor. Land back in the start position, lower your body and repeat.
Watch this gorgeous lady make it look effortless
Here’s to beautiful bodies