At Home Beginner Upper Body Routine

My upper body day, try this workout if you want to strengthen your entire upper body and core.

I wanted to share with you guys a video of my upper body workout. By performing this workout three times a week, you will be working your chest, triceps, back, abdominals and core/glutes.

I broke down the exercises featured in this video into what body parts they work, for those who may be interested in understanding the way that these exercises strengthen your entire upper body.

As you can see, the five exercises work not just one muscle, but a series of other ones. The best part of having a well-rounded upper body day a few times a week is that you can have one rest day or two in between your next upper body workout. This will give your muscles enough time to rest before you hit them from all angles again.

Upper Body Day:

Perform this workout three times a week.

Take a 60-90 second rest in between every set.

-Warm up: 3 sets of Mountain Climbers (Perform for 1 minute each)

Tricep Dips: 3 sets of 10-12 repetitions

Push Ups: 3 sets of 10-12 repetitions

Single Arm Row: 3 sets of 10-12 repetitions

Bird Dog: 3 sets of 10-12 repetitions (on each leg)

Exercises from the workout that strengthen the triceps, chest and deltoids:

-Mountain Climber

-Push Ups

-Tricep Dips

Exercises from the workout that strengthen the core/glutes:

-Mountain Climber

-Bird Dog

Exercises from the workout that strengthen biceps:

-Single Arm Row

-Push Ups

Exercises from the workout that strengthen back muscles:

-Single Arm Row

I hope that you enjoyed the workout video.

If you tried the any of the exercises, let me know what you thought of the exercise selection below.

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