Credit: @leticiatown . 🔥4 EXERCISES CAN MAKE YOU MORE BEAUTIFUL 🔥
1⃣ For your biceps and that 'V': Pull-Ups. The one exercise that every man should have in his repertoire, the pull-up is an all-encompassing upper body beast that works everything from your back to your biceps, but the reason we're really interested here is the work it does for your lats, creating that 'V' shape in a white Tee.
Arms wide and palms facing outwards, if you can perform two sets of 10 pull-ups, twice a week, then you'll be way ahead of the vast majority of guys in the gym, even the 'bulky' ones.
2⃣ To shred belly fat and tone your shoulders: Mountain Climbers. A brilliant exercise that can be performed with absolutely no equipment, the mountain climber is deceptively brutal and is a great alternative to time-consuming and cumbersome cardio.🧗 Adopting a press-up position, bring your knees into your chest, alternating between your left and right leg. Aim to do sets of 50-60 at full-capacity, working your way up to 100 and beyond. They're great for losing belly fat, engaging your core and toning the shoulders and upper back.
3⃣ For your triceps: Dips. Did you know that the tricep is easily the largest muscle on your arm, taking up roughly 75 percent of its real estate? This means that if you really want to impress with your arms in a Tee, then your triceps are going to need some extra care and attention.💪 .
4⃣ For the whole t-shirt physique: Hindu Press-Ups. Also know as the dive bomber press-up, the hindu is an advanced variation that is ideal for taking on all the key areas of a decent t-shirt body, working your shoulders, traps, back and soul... with a bit of hamstring, hip and glute action thrown in for good measure.
Place your feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart with your arms out in front. From the push your butt up into the air (we're going to say butt because we can), before diving down, slowly, bringing your head and hips through towards your arms, before reversing the movement and returning to where you started.
The key is to never let your chest or stomach touch the floor. Aim for five reps and three sets.