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  • 4 Great Ways to Get Fit at Home With Little to Nothing

    Getting fit doesn’t necessarily require a gym – in fact, it’s actually better to get in shape without needing to rely on a gym. If you feel as though you HAVE to go to the gym, then what are you going to do if your car doesn’t work, or if you have to be at […]

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  • Top 7 Turbulence Training Dumbbell/Bodyweight Combination Workouts

    Hey, The following are my picks for the best combination Dumbbell/Bodyweight workouts: DB Mass at Home KB-DB-BW Fusion DB-BW Fusion 2008 Busy Gym TT2K6 Fusion Fat Loss 15Lbs in 8 weeks Workout Mass Fusion Hope you enjoy these workouts! – Parth

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  • Forget Aerobics at Home: Make your Cardio Workout Hard

      If you thought that long distance cardio and aerobic exercise was the way to go for improved health – you’re wrong. Here are 3 quick reasons why excessive aerobic exercise is not a good idea: Reason #1: You’ll Hurt Yourself Typical distance cardio and aerobic routines put you at risk for repetitive motion injuries. Ask […]

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  • 3 High Intensity Dumbbell and Bodyweight Interval Training Schemes you can Perform at Home

    Interval Training is a great intensity technique which helps you blur the lines between cardio and strength training. I personally love combining cardio and strength training because it saves me time. I no longer have to perform separate cardio and strength training workouts.

    Actually, I need to stop using the word cardio. It’s not cardio, it’s Energy Systems Training (EST). EST is all about improving the way your body uses nutrients to fuel strenuous physical activity. In other words, train your heart and lungs to help you fuel your workouts.

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  • The Definitive Guide to Working out at Home: List of Shah Training Bodyweight Workouts

    I’ve posted lots of bodyweight workouts on this website over the past two years. Instead of using the search feature, you can now grab all the workouts through just one post. The following is a list of all the bodyweight workouts I’ve published on this site:

    Beginner Workouts – Can’t do Pushups, Pullups, and Squats

    1. Free Bodyweight Workouts to Help Your Maintain your Weight after 50
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  • 2 Kettlebells Workouts You can Do at Home

    Hey guys, so here’s today’s Kettlebell workout: KB Clean, 3×10 Spiderman Pushups, 3×5 30 Sec Rest KB Swing, 3×10 KB Chest Press, 3×10 30 Sec Rest KB Snatch and OH Squat, 3×5 Pullups, 3×5 30 Sec Rest As you can see, I didn’t need as much rest as I need on Monday’s workout. The last […]

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  • Bodyweight Exercise Revolution: First Bodyweight Exercise Workout Completed

    NOTE: If you’re Looking for my Bodyweight Exercise Revolution Review, Click Here.

    Just completed my first workout using the exercises I learned from Bodyweight Exercise Revolution. My first reaction was that I was surprised by how inflexible I was. I’ve been relying too much on pushups, pullups, and squats to get the job done.

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  • Cardio Home Workouts: The Key to Fat Loss in a Bad Economy

    It’s time to throw your gym membership out the door. In a bad economy, you need to cut back where you can. Exercising at home is probably the best way to save a whole bunch of money and get into great shape! What are my Cardio Options? Performing cardio at home is very easy. You […]

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  • 3 Reasons why You should Perform Bodyweight and Dumbbell Cardio instead of Boring Aerobic Exercise

    Aerobic exercise is boring. Boring things don’t interest me (because they’re boring). You might come across the best training program in the history of fitness programs, but if it’s boring, then it’s not going to work for you. You need a workout that gets you excited and keeps you challenged so that you can actually progress with your workouts.

    The best way to make your cardio workouts more challenging is to perform bodyweight and dumbbell cardio workouts. Cardio is basically elevating your heart rate. So why not combine cardio with strength training by performing bodyweight and dumbbell exercises at a high intensity level?

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  • 3 Simple Steps to Ignite your Bodyweight and Dumbbell Training

    Imagine workouts that are so intense that you feel like you’ve been hit by a storm after completing them. You feel like your insides are about to land on the ground beneath you. No matter how much water you drink, it’s just doesn’t seem be enough. And the scariest part – your heart rate just won’t return to normal!

    You’re about to learn three simple steps you can take to truly take your Bodyweight and Dumbbell training to the next level:

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