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1a. Standing BB Overhead Press 3sets 12 reps
Less than 30sec rest before 1b.
1b. Face Pulls 3 sets 15 reps
Rest 2min before next of set 1a.
2a. Single Arm DB Overhead Press 3 sets 12 reps
Less than 30sec rest before 2b
2b. Standing Lateral Raises 3×12
Rest 90sec before next set of 2a
3a. Easy Bar Skull Crusher
Rest less than 30sec before 3b.
3b. Alt Hammer Curl
Rest 90sec before next set 3a.
4a. Seated Incline DB Curls (1 1/4)
Rest less than 30sec before 4b.
4b. Seated Incline DB Skull Crushers
Rest 90sec before next set 4a.
Liss 30 mins- HR 145-155 Bpm
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Steve Cook is one of the most recognizable faces in the Fitness Industry. He is best noted for being an IFBB pro Men’s Physique Competitor, Optimum Nutrition and Bodybuilding.com Spokes Model, international fitness Model, as well as the founder of Swoldier Nation. Playing football for Dixie State College and earning a BS degree in Integrated Studies (Biology/Psychology) gave Steve the foundation and experience to achieve a successful career in competitive bodybuilding. From benching 205 lbs in the 6th grade to gaining his pro card in 2010 to winning countless Men’s Physique shows, Steve aims to be a constant motivator for people worldwide.
Today, Steve works to entertain and educate large audiences on fitness and health through a variety of online medias. Utilizing corporate partnerships and embarking on self-driven passion projects, Steve aims to redefine how exercise is perceived across the world.
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