Upper Body & Abs Basics #1

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UpperBody&AbsBasics#1

This series is going to focus on the very foundation of a strong upper body and core. I could never progress to my X and Inferno workouts without going through an entire bootcamp of these basics. This series is not for complete beginners, but for those of you who have already completed the entire BunnySlope workout program, and the Cardio & Strength Kickstarter Program. You are now considered Intermediate and you’re really just a staircase away from doing my eXtreme workout routines, and each one of the Basics workouts is one step up on that... [more]

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90 comments on “Upper Body & Abs Basics #1”

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    I love this workout series; I’ve been working out for a long time and done Z workouts for a couple years, but this basic workout showed me how much I still cheat. I still use my knees for push ups and planks and I have a lot of strength to still gain in the basics

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    Private  |  Tokyo

    Absolutely love this workout, I make it harder with weights and more reps, it’s perfect.
    But I find elbow plank harder than standard plank.
    WHY is that??

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      I thought I was the only one! Elbow planks are harder for me as well.

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        Private  |  Tokyo

        So happy to hear that! I also thought I was the only one, I wonder why is that 😀

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    Love it !

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    Zuuuuu, please tell me what model these shoes are! I’m in love with them! 🙂

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    Private  |  Miami, FL, USA

    Loved this workout! I’m currently 15 weeks pregnant and lost my rhythm for the first 2.5 months due to terrible morning sickness [read all day sickness] and am happy to finally be getting back into my ZGym workouts. That said, I think my legs were in shock when I started up again the other week and I may have slightly strained my left quad which I had a minor tear in 1 year ago so I needed a break from anything that involves any leg work. It’s crucial that I keep working out now to help stabilize my low blood sugar- and of course to stay healthy during pregnancy, but I didn’t want to take too long for my next workout and lose the momentum I was rebuilding. This workout was the answer! Thanks for the upper body basics, Z! <3

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    Hi Zuzka, I did this today. This week, I did pretty much all upper body wo due to my foot injury. The plank hold were intense and my arms were shaking ;-). Anyways, it was great routine! By the way, have a lovely birthday vacation in Hawaii!!! <3 <3 <3! xoxo

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    Hi Zuzka, I’m still kind of in the beginner cardio series , the 9X, and this one here was my first one, I really loved it!
    I want to get a flatter belly (I watch what I eat) so I was looking for an Abs workout, looked into your series and found this.
    I manage to do it -even tough the second exercise was a bit hard but on the second round I could manage to do it better!
    My arms are burning hot which means they’re getting more pretty ! 😉
    Great workout! Can’t wait to do it tomorrow!

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