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John Schnider Workout

You probably remember John Schneider in his younger days as the blond guy from "The Dukes of Hazard".

John Schneider loves weight training, he used to train at Vince's Gym, and has even featured on the cover of Muscle & Fitness magazine.

Vince Gironda said "He's extremely polite. John has a gentlemanly way about him, yet he is an extremely hard worker in the gym".

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Today John is over 55 years old and is in the best shape of his life, according to him because of the P90X program (which is based on Vince Gironda's Muscle Confusion Principle ).

But despite the success that John had with the P90X he still went on to design a workout for the general public. His workout gives general guideline that will be an advantage to anyone who is thinking of training at home. The John Schneider workout website online breaks his workout into an education that starts with developing habits.

1. Outfit Your Garage

John explains that if you have a dipping bar and a chinning bar installed somewhere convenient like your garage you'll be able to do a quick set of dips or pull-ups whenever you go into the garage. John explains you need to work the lats extra hard by raising your body above the chinning bar as far as possible.

2. Do More Curls

John believes in developing habits and now keeps 20lbs dumbbells under his bed so that when he wakes up in the morning he can do a few sets of D/B curls to help him wake up.

3. Get a Raise

John spends a lot of his time traveling which he uses for a calf workout. For example, he would put his feet at the end of an escalator step and do calf raises until it ended. The longer his escalator ride is, the longer his calf workout.

4. Find a Chair

According to John, any empty chair presents an opportunity to train triceps. He would put his hands on the chair's back so that he's able to isolate his triceps. Then leaning forward at about 45-degree angle, he bends forward with his elbows pointed forward like doing a push-up, then repeat.

5. Use Your Sink

John has a habit when he brushes his teeth in his bathroom, he spreads his hands far apart on the countertop doing inclined chest press. John explains that close-grip press can also be used just as easily.

6. Step Up

John explains that if we look around, wherever we might be we'll be able to find some kind of step to use for continuous tension in the legs by slowly stepping up a foot or two and then down, slowly is good for the quads. John explains that when he's traveling he does stationary squats instead.

7. Increase Reps

John explains that when the objective is fat-loss and toning he usually does 50 reps using a light weight instead of doing multiple sets with a heavier weight.

8. Let It Flow

John advises people to use their time more efficiently by doing a shoulder press, for example at the top of a biceps curl. Or you could flip your wrist over to do triceps curl.

9. Hit Your Core

John explains that he's no longer after that defined six-pack anymore because he's over 50, he just wants a tighter, firmer stomach. He uses the ab roller at home 3 times a week.


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