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     Fitness Tips For 10/20/2010

One Exercise Per Body Part Routine

Really? Only one exercise per body part?

This is an almost forgotten old school bodybuilding techinque, used by
such greats as Reg Park, Steve Reeves, Vince Gironda, etc., to build 
maximum muscle mass. 

The Benefits of Doing One Exercise Per Body Part

Vince Gironda said, "Do one exercise per body part, if you want to
get big fast."

This training routine has many benefits. First it is simple, you just 
pick your favorite exercise and you put your all into it. Another 
benefit is that you will get a much better pump than with any other 
workout routine.  

Incorporating the entire body ensures that the heart rate is raised, 
blood flow and oxygen is increased and every muscle is working together. 
Choosing to do one exercise to work each body part during a work out 
routine is one way to achieve this. There are numerous exercises to 
choose from, here is a sample routine to get started.

A Sample One Exercise Per Body Part Routine

You can try 5 sets of 5 reps, 8 sets of 8 reps, 10 sets of 
10 reps. Or just go for broke and do as many sets as you can.


Barbell Squats - Stand with feet shoulder width apart and take a 
barbell and hold behind the neck on the shoulders. Slowly squat 
until the thighs are parallel with the floor and then raise up 
again and repeat.


Dumbbell Bench Press - Laying on a bench, place a dumbbell in each
hand. Start with the dumbbells on the chest and raise them above 
the body until the arms are completely extended. Lower to the 
starting position.


Pull Ups - Grab the bar with the hands slightly farther apart then
the shoulders. Cross the ankles and pull up until the chin is over
the bar, hold for a second and release back to the starting 
position slowly. 


Seated Dumbbell Shoulder Press - Begin by sitting on a work out bench 
or chair. Place a dumbbell in each hand and raise them to the 
shoulders. Keep the feet shoulder width apart and raise the dumbbells 
above the head, until the arms are completely extended. Lower the 
dumbbells back to the starting position.


Standing Dumbbell Curls - Stand with feet shoulder width apart and 
a dumbbell in each hand. Begin raising the dumbbells only using the 
forearms. Raise them to the shoulders and then back to the starting 
position. When they reach the shoulders, the palms of the hands 
should be facing the face.


Tricep Push Ups - Lay face down on the floor. Place the palms face 
down and make sure that the fingers are pointed toward each other. 
The finger tips should be touching. Keep the feet shoulder width 
apart and push up. Lower back to the starting position.


Standing Calf Raise - Stand straight and use a wall for support if 
necessary. Raise up on the tip toes as high as possible and hold 
for a second. Lower back to the starting position and repeat. 


Barbell Wrist Curls - Sit on a bench or chair with the feet shoulder
width apart holding a barbell. Rest the forearms on the legs and use 
only the wrists and hands to curl the barbell back as far as 


Crunches - Lay on the back, with the feet slightly apart and hands 
behind the head. Curl up half way and hold for a second and then 
lower back to the floor to repeat.

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