Trisets For Superhero Arms

I’ve loved superheroes for as long as I can remember. In fact, it was probably my obsession with Batman and Superman that led me to become a sports-performance coach in the first place. Either way, what’s not to love about superheroes? They’re strong, fast, good-looking, smart, and they always get the girl (or guy). Most importantly, they all have jacked arms. Watch any superhero movie and you’ll see what I’m talking about: sooner or later, the hero makes a direct effort to show off his guns.

If you’re reading this, I’m assuming you want to know how to get bigger arms so you can look like those movie superheroes. There are many ways to accomplish this, but my favorite move is ascending trisets.

Here’s how they work…

Want to read more?  Head on over to Livestrong and checkout the rest of the post:

Get Superhero Arms With Ascending Trisets

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James Cerbie is just a life long athlete and meathead coming to terms with the fact that he’s also an enormous nerd.  Be sure to follow him on Twitter and Instagram for the latest happenings.




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4 Kettlebell Workouts to Challenge and Elevate Your Conditioning

“Hmmm….” “Okay, what can I do?”

“I don’t have much time because I have to get back for that meeting, and this stupid gym doesn’t have a lot of equipment”

“But….I still want to get in a good workout….”

And then he saw it.

Sitting in a lone, dark corner almost screaming, “Pick me.  Pick me.  I can save the day.”

A flash of hope shot through our unnamed fictional character because he now knew his workout had been salvaged.

With nothing but a kettlebell he’d be able to get in a kick ass workout, do it in hardly any time at all, and get back to living his life.

Yes, you heard right.  This one simple piece of equipment has the ability to take your conditioning and overall fitness to the next level.

If you’d like to learn more, and get 4 awesome workouts you can start using today, then head over to Tony Gentilcore’s website and checkout this guest post I wrote for him:

Nailed It:  Ass Kicking With Nothing But A Kettlebell