Kizzito Ejam's Power Up Your Muscle-Up! -

Master the art of the muscle-up while building extreme upper-body and core strength with this challenging video workout from RSP Nutrition Athlete Kizzito Ejam!

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As an athlete and fitness model, I know what it means to train hard. I push myself daily to not only look great but also to perform better. In my normal workout regimen, I typically stick to the classic one-muscle-group-per-day split. I’ll train chest one day, follow it up with legs the next, and hit back later in the week. It’s the bread and butter of my training program. It’s what works.

But, every once in a while, I like to change things up and give myself an added challenge. Benchmark workouts, like the one I’ll take you through today, really set a baseline for you to work from and let you see how the work you’ve been putting in has helped you progress and rise to the challenge every time to try it.

This workout specifically focuses on the muscle-up, a movement that’s based on everything from power and core strength to brute explosiveness. Looking over it, you might think a few circuits are nothing, but I promise you’ll be singing a different tune by the time you’re done. This workout is a challenge, but it’s also part of what separates the ordinary from the extraordinary. Sure, a pull-up is an accomplishment, but a muscle-up is in a class of its very own. Today, push yourself a bit harder as I take you through my muscle-up full-body workout!

This workout is comprised of two circuits, each of which has four exercises. You’ll do four rounds of each circuit, resting 1-2 minutes between rounds. The whole workout should take about 30 minutes to complete. Let’s hit it!

Fitness isn’t just about looking good; it’s also about performing well. When you train for a specific skill set with a workout like this, you develop new types of strength. Sure, you’re practicing for a muscle-up, but you’re also strengthening your back and building your core in ways you might not have before. Doing the same thing over and over again will yield the same old results. Workouts like this will push your performance and keep you engaged!

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