Get Jacked In 2010 With The Wolverine Workout Part 1

Hi everyone!

This is the first installment of a three part series for the Wolverine Workout!

The first workout is a power workout. It uses challenging fundamental exercises with low reps and little rest between sets. There are 6 exercises in Wolverine Workout 1 and you will need to complete three sets of each exercise taking only a maximum of sixty seconds rest between exercises.

Below are the exercises to complete Wolverine Workout 1. If you are unsure how to perform each exercise, be sure to read to the end of this article to find out how you can view a free video demonstration of the exercises presented below.

Exercise 1: Knee Pull Ups

3 Sets & 8 to 10 Reps per Set

Exercise 2: Basic Flat Bench Dumbbell Press

3 Sets & 8 to 10 Reps per Set

Exercise 3: Variation Push Up

3 Sets & 8 to 10 Reps per Set

Exercise 4: Overhead Dumbbell Lunges

3 Sets & 8 to 10 Reps per Set

Exercise 5: Dumbbell Clean & Press

3 Sets & 8 to 10 Reps per Set

Exercise 6: Dumbbell “21’s” Ab Crunches

3 Sets & 21 Reps per Set

The key to this workout is to really push yourself and try and complete it as quickly as possible without sacrificing good form during each rep that you perform. This type of workout training is ideal if your goal is to burn fat, build muscle and get ripped because it not only works out your muscles but because you are doing many sets and reps with very little breaks in between, adds the value of cardio to the workout as well (you will definitely notice yourself sweating a lot so I suggest you bring a towel or extra shirt each time your train with this workout).

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If you want to get your body in great shape and get lean, toned and muscular, then these high set, high intensity workouts such as the Wolverine Workout is the type of training you should look into. Organizing your training is the key to success because doing the same old workout day in and day out will enable your body to adapt to that workout and your muscle and strength gains and fat loss will quickly hit a brick wall. Therefore get yourself together and get yourself a game plan that includes a planned workout and nutritional program spread over several weeks or months and then start working yourself to that lean, strong, muscular, ultimate healthy body you have always wanted!