Old School New Body by Steve Holman
Old School New Body is a complete guide for those who want to lose their weight and have a better-looking body that they want.
This module is not something for some specific ages. That means the module is applicable for any ages.
The book is written by a great fitness couple, Steve and Becky Holman. They have proven that the things you find in Old School New Body can be used to help you get rid of your fat, losing your weight, building your body shape, and even raising your health to its maximum level.
What will you find inside Old School New Body?
The thing that you will find inside the book is F4X. This is stands for the Focus 4 Exercise Protocol.
That is why there are four specific points that you will find inside the book. Here are those points.
- Upright rows that are meant to help you with the shoulders and arms area
- Squats that is meant to help you with the thighs area
- Bent over rows that are meant to help you with the back to the arms area
- Inclined presses that are meant to help you with the triceps and the chest
Those F4X have three different plans for you to try. Each of those workout plans has its own challenges that you need to deal with.
However, those three plans on Old School New Body are not going to take a lot of your time because all those plans can be finished in an hour overall. Here are those plans.
1. The Lean Workout.
This one is considered as the basic workout. This is also something that you need to do if you are quite new in exercising since this one is one of the easiest of all.
The workouts consist of the four aforementioned exercises, which is quite easy to do. You can easily do two sets of those exercises at the beginning.
Ten repetitions is enough for the start in a set. If you are doing great, you can increase the number of sets, not the repetition.
You just need to do this kind of exercise three times a week with the average duration of 30 to 60 minutes in total.
2. The Shape Workout.
This workout can be simply considered as the next level of Lean Workout. That is because you need to do the same core exercises that you find above.
Yet, you have to do it a bit differently. You need to do it faster with higher repetition.
As an addition to that, three times a week is the minimum number of exercise that you have to do.
3. The Build Workout.
The last one is the toughest of all because you have to do this kind of exercise at least four times a week.
You have to do it two days in a row, have a day off, and do it for the next two days in a row again. That is the schedule that you need to have.
Do not forget to increase the repetitions and the sets for each of those exercises.