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Keeping A Workout Simple

From MilitaryTimes’s PT365:

Numerous fitness institutions espouse the virtues of minimalism, with CrossFit being one of the more famous examples. I also believe in the mantra of “less is more.” Below are three exercises you can do with only an Olympic bar and a weight plate. Choose the plate that best suits your ability (10 pounds and 25 pounds are good starting points). These exercises engage multiple muscle chains. All three are done with the plate and bar attached. You can create many more exercises with a bar and a single plate. Just use your imagination

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Exercises For The Whole Body

From Military Times:

This workout focuses on making you a stronger swimmer. But by doing the exercises — and eating a healthy diet — it will improve your look, too. These six exercises work the body from feet to shoulders. (Triathletes will agree there needs to be a seventh exercise on how to survive the trampling that occurs during the swim portion of a race.) Do 10 reps on everything, and dream of the nice warm days ahead while working on these exercises.

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Workout: How To Bulk Up So You Can Carry A Person

A tough workout regimen from the Art of Manliness.

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Step up your workout with USMC Running Cadence MP3s

From by John P:

“I recently acquired a bad ass treadmill as part of an effort to get back in shape (more on that later), and I went searching for some USMC cadence MP3s to listen to while I run. They were harder to find than I thought they would be, so I figured I would share them here in case anyone would like to hear them.

These work songs are sung while a platoon is running in formation and let me tell you – they are motivational. When you hear 80 sets of boots pounding the ground in unison while 80 Marines sing cadence it is a site to behold.

http://onemansblog.com/2007/03/19/united-states-marine-corps-cadence/

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