Why Smart Physical Workout?

At Smart Physical Workout, we understand that lifestyle can make it a real chore to get the best fitness results in a very limited time, so getting the most out of your workout is our aim. We provide exercises for you to achieve maximum results in the precious time you make available, lets’ face it, you would rather spend time with family, friends and kids than pushing, pulling, and progressing through a gut wrenching workout. So be smart about your workouts, get the best results possible with the exercises, workouts and more found here. Workouts and fitness routines by major sources from around the world can be found here, experts in their field, all designed to help you achieve the physique you have always wanted in the time available. Within these pages you will find energizing workout routines focusing on the body part of most interest to you, secure online shopping environment, with the best and up to date health and fitness equipment. Weekly updated blogs with advice on workouts, nutrition and supplements. Where you can develop your own exercise routine and many other features to keep you coming back, we hope you enjoy and achieve your fitness goals.

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Leg Exercises

Training Basics Whether your goal in to build muscle, strip fat or tone up, the following training principals should be followed to help achieve maximum results: Training frequency – If you are just starting out on a training program you should only be weight training about 2 – 3 times per week for your first 10 – 12 weeks and each session should take no more than about 45minutes. If you have been training for […]

12 Dec 15 SPWorkout

Glutes

What Makes Glutes Important Most trainers agree the glutes are one of the most important muscles in sport, yet virtually neglected during workouts. This muscle group is involved sprinting, throwing, lunging and grappling. Most people barely even activate the glutes properly and they’re usually undertrained. All you need to do is add one effective move to your overall workout to get things firing again downstairs, and see an immediate increase in speed and explosiveness. If […]

12 Dec 15 SPWorkout

Chest Exercises

A muscle group which a lot of guys spend hours upon hours working on is the chest. Day-in and day-out people go to the gym, jump on the bench, and press until their heart is content. It’s not uncommon to see people simply doing flat bench presses for chest along with some fly movements. To build an overall strong and well developed chest you need to do more than just a flat bench press. You […]

12 Dec 15 SPWorkout

Bicep Exercises

The biceps is actually a smaller muscle than the triceps. It is on the front of the upper arms. There are two heads of the biceps muscle (hence the bi in biceps). Beneath the biceps is the brachialis, a flat muscle group that runs about half way up the upper arm bone from the elbow joint. From the rear you can see the brachialis as a well-defined band of muscle between the triceps and biceps […]

12 Dec 15 SPWorkout

Back Exercises

The back muscles are one of our largest muscle groups but are neglected during workouts, but they shouldn’t be, because working the back is a great way to burn calories and fat. The Back Workout Companion App provides the best exercises for you to achieve the V shape look. Loaded with exercise descriptions and routines. Remember, the majority of the strength behind hits or throws come from the back; the more stable your shoulders and […]

12 Dec 15 SPWorkout

Abs

Decline Bench Sit up Step 1: Lay down with your back on a decline bench and your feet positioned underneath the leg anchors of the bench. Knees should be bent. Step 2: Next, place hands behind head or cross arms over chest. Begin exercise by raising torso to a sitting position, pause, and then lower back down. Step 3: Repeat as necessary. WATCH IT HERE Pull Down Cable Crunch The Pull Down Cable Crunch is […]

12 Dec 15 SPWorkout