Exercise & Fitness

Want to Make Those Arms Pop? You’ll Love This 10-Minute Workout

Image by Men’s Health All you need is a single dumbbell Your arms are one of the first body parts people see, so it only makes sense that you want them to look their best. Gone are the days where they look like string beans—with this workout straight from trainer Andy Speer’s Anarchy Arms program from Men’s Health, you’ll build stronger biceps and triceps with every rep. The best part? You don’t even have to step foot inside a gym. Yep, you read that right. As long as you have…

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Join MH Editors For a Boxing Workout with George Foreman III

Photograph courtesy of Rhone Apparel Glove up with Men’s Health in New York City for a master class in boxing fitness Boxing fitness classes are all the rage right now, and new studios are springing up like weeds. But hype doesn’t imply quality, and without proper instruction many of these classes are an injury waiting to happen. Want to learn how to get the most out of boxing fitness without getting knocked out by an injury? Join Men’s Health editors and a limited number of readers for a one-of-a-kind, hard-hitting…

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Get Jedi Strength With This ‘Star Wars’-Inspired Mace Workout

Image by Men’s Health You may not have a lightsaber at home, but this steel mace is the next best thing Now that the much-anticipated Star Wars: The Last Jedi is out in theaters, you’re probably wondering two things: a) what are those hamster-like creatures in the trailer (FYI, they’re called porgs, and they’re awesome), and b) how you can get as ripped as Kylo Ren. You might not have any lightsabers lying around your gym, but you may very well have the next best thing: a mace. If you…

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This Simple Workout Will Leave Your Pecs Shaking

Image by Men’s Health If you’re looking for a way to change up your bench press, here you go The bench press is one of the most common exercises—you can’t step foot in the gym without seeing people doing them. Bobby Maximus, of The Maximus Body from Men’s Health, has a workout to make them even harder, turning them into a trip to hell and back. Here’s how to do it: Grab a barbell and start with 95 pounds total. Intermediate lifters can use 135 pounds, and advanced lifters can…

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