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Full Body Workouts for Men to Get Ripped

Full body workout is a highly efficient training that involves all major muscle groups in your body. It includes an upper body, lower body, and core exercises. These exercises work well for everyone, regardless of their fitness level, and include aerobic activity as well as muscle strengthening.

A Full-Body Workout for Beginners at Home

Before doing any of the further stated exercises, perform a 10-15-minute warm-up,
to prepare your body for the following physical activity.

● Push-ups
This is a basic body-altering all-encompassing exercise that can help you
strengthen and tone up the upper body (chest, shoulders, back muscles, biceps,
triceps) and core muscles (abdominal). Repeat this exercise at least 10-
12 times and if you feel like it’s a breeze for you, up the number of reps.
● Burpees
Banging out squats regularly will strengthen your heart, improve mobility and
flexibility, improve joint health, benefit your posture, boost your overall muscular
strength. Kick it off with 10 burpees, then stop for a minute to catch your breath.
And repeat, continuing to lower the number of the reps.
● Running and cycling
These aerobic activities can help you strengthen your heart. However, vigorous
exercise for more than 5 hours a week can negatively affect your cardiovascular
health, that’s why you should be careful with the physical loads. To make
these exercises effective at building muscle strength, a study suggests
incorporating high-intensity interval training into aerobic exercise.
A Full-Body Dumbbell Workout for Men

Here is a list of the most efficient dumbbell exercises that target different muscle

● Reverse fly
Sets: 3. Reps: 12-15. Rest: 90 sec.
1. Sit with your knees bent and hold a dumbbell in each hand, palms facing
each other.

2. Lean forward, bend your elbows slightly, raise the weights out to shoulder
3. Lower them back to the starting position.

● Dumbbell stiff-leg deadlift
Sets: 3. Reps: 12-15. Rest: 90 sec.
1. Take a couple of dumbbells, hold them by your side at arm’s length.
2. Brace your core and bend your knees slightly.
3. Hinge from your hips without rounding your back until you reach the limit
of the range of your hamstrings.
4. Hold for a second, then return to the starting position.

● Dumbbell spider curl
Sets: 3. Reps: 12-15. Rest: 0 sec.

1. Bend down and rest your elbows on your thighs, holding a dumbbell in each
hand with your arms straight.
2. Curl the weights up, squeeze your biceps at the top, then slowly lower them
back to the starting position.

These full-body workouts for men will help you tighten up your muscles, become
fitter, and lose weight if needed. Note, many workouts that contain muscle-
strengthening exercises may lead to an increased heart and breathing rates, so
consult with your doctor to make sure it’s safe for you to perform these exercises.