The “V” Adonis Belt Workout – FITNESS 101’s

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We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again. Brad Pitt’s existence doesn’t make it easier on any of us men. Thank You Tyler Durden.

 

Before his era, came along Stallone and Arnie, who literally sculpted the way for the modern man with all the Rocky’s and the Rambo’s. And while we are ever so grateful to them, a physique like Arnie’s is something to look at and admire, not aspire for.

 

So we stuck to Men who were fit, yes, but not “I’ll – make – a – necklace – out – of – your-skull” fit.

All was well before 1998 before Pitt’s Fight Club came along. Pitt’s physique looked a 3D print out of a medical diagram showing every muscle sculpted in detail.

 

 

Its been almost 20 years and to this day, PT’s are still asked for that physique. Definition not size.

Ask any straight woman or gay man, and the first thing they analyse is the “V Cut” where the obliques end and the pelvis begins.

 

Just like you’re born with a six pack, you’re born with this as well – THE ADONIS BELT. Only it’s covered with the late night binging.

And there’s only one way to get it. Drop body fat. And by that we mean Sprints.

 

The most effective form of cardio for fat loss, you’re engaging every muscle in your body within a span of 10 – 20 seconds.

Pair this with a caveman diet of meat and vegetables, and you have your Adonis Belt on its way.

 

Perform the movements below, 4 times a week. It can be a separate mini session at the end of your training or mixed with your workout, finishing it with rounds of sprints.

 

Alternating V – Sits

30 Seconds

 

Rotational Leg Raises 

30 Seconds

 

Woodchops

12 Reps Each side.

 

Abs Rollout 

12 Reps

 

Sprints

Alright, last one to finish off with. Sprint at 100 percent effort for 30 seconds. Stop for 30 seconds. Go again for 30, stop for 30. Repeat this cycle 10 times.

 

As always, head over to us if you have any questions. Drop in a mail at ish@onemanup.com

One ManUP Out.

 

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