I wanted to provide another update on my strength training workout program while taking Prime Male. I’ll say up front that I’m happy with my results so far.
I’m going to list out the first core exercise I did this week for each body part. These are the compound movements I went heavy on.
I didn’t list arms because they’re not considered core muscles for gaining strength. However, I do train arms, and I train them hard. I do some biceps after back and triceps after chest. And today (Friday), I hit them again along with some leg extensions.
I also train calves a couple of times a week. And I may hit an ab exercise here and there. I’m still walking on an incline for 20-30 minutes after my workouts too (I use that time to also study Thai language).
Before I wrap this up, I want to point out some things I believe Prime Male has helped with. For starters, my strength has indeed gone up. I have a long way to go to reach my strength goals. But I can tell that I’ve gotten stronger faster since I’ve been taking Prime Male.
I lose strength fast if I’m not training heavy. And if you remember when I started this strength training workout series with Prime Male, I had not been training heavy. I was doing more volume with moderate weights. In the past when I’ve gone back to training heavy, it took a while for me to get back up there in weight.
My workouts on Prime Male have been more intense and I also feel like I have more energy overall. These changes are extreme or substantial. But enough to be worthy of noting.
I’ll be updating you again next week on my strength training workouts with Prime Male. I usually don’t train on the weekends. I plan to eat a lot of good food, relax, and recover this weekend.
Train with Passion,
See below for more info on Prime Male:
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