The Best Exercises For Each Body Part

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I recently discussed The Law of Diminishing Returns in regard to training in an Instagram post about a week ago.

Basically, this economic principle refers to the point in which the benefit gained from something ceases to outweigh the investment (time, energy, money, etc.) required to accrue that benefit.

If you are new to training, it doesn’t take much to get results: just lift 2-3 days per week and focus on 3-4 exercises per session, consisting of full body, compound movements.

A simple workout of 2-3 sets of squats, dumbbell press, and rows can elicit some pretty impressive results if executed correctly and fused with proper eating habits.

Now, once you are passed that beginner – intermediate level and focused on taking your training and muscle-building to the next level, you’re going to have to get a little more intricate with how you design your workouts.

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My Top 5 Ab Exercises

Crunches and Sit Ups.

Those are probably the first exercises that come to mind when you think of abdominal training.

They are also two exercises that I NEVER include in my training routines.

Here’s why:

Unless you have an incredibly strong “core” to begin with, the chances of you performing a sit up or crunch correctly are pretty slim.

I see this almost on a daily basis: the pulling of the neck, the rounding of the lower back – it makes me want to cringe!

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