Multi-Muscle Exercise Routines for Men
For maximum results, a whole-body approach is recommended when it comes to exercise routines for men
By Jonathan Hackman
Gone are the days where men could get away with toning the arms and abs for vanity while ignoring everything else. Nice arms and abs are great, but their opposite muscle groups must also be addressed equally to achieve optimum health. A balanced approach will also prevent injuries, soreness and back pain in the future, and if you think skipping leg day is okay because you wear pants and no one is seeing your legs, you’re sorely mistaken. Keeping a whole-body workout regimen is the best way to ensure no muscle groups get left out. Below are some additional pointers for exercise routines for men:
1. A Fabulous Derriere is Not Just for Women
Women do look at the quality of your posterior, and a taut rump in a pair of well-fitting jeans makes women swoon. Get out your yoga ball, lay belly down with your pelvis centered on the ball, balancing on the ground with both hands similar to push-up position, bend at the knee ninety degrees, and flex your glutes skyward for three sets of 20 to start.
2. Do Squats
Speaking of a great butt and legs being for everyone, squats are your best friends. Position you feet slightly farther apart than hip-width so that your knees stay right over your feet when bending 90 degrees. Keep your torso directly on top of your hips and do six sets of 20.
Diversify your workout with these beneficial exercise routines for men. Consider how your workout complements your whole body, and remember to exercise for whole body wellness instead of just vanity.