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Domination Workout Plan

Domination Workout Plan

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The Domination Workout:

The goal of the Domination Workout is to add quality size and strength without adding fat. The goal is to “recomposition” your body so that your weight will stay close to the same it is now by cutting fat and gaining quality muscle at the same time. This would be a great workout for the 1st Phorm Transphormation Contest. 

How it works:

The Domination Workout consists of various workouts in combination with a quality meal plan. Cardio is high intensity based with only sprints mixed with jogging/walking. This has been proven to target fat better than long walks/jogs.

The Meal Plan:

The Supplements (Free Shipping Links Included):

  • The Post Workout Stack – This is to help replenish glycogen lost after strenuous workout and fuel your muscles with the highest quality protein (1 scoop of each immediately after workout)
  • Megawatt V2– Potent Pre Workout
  • 1st Phorm BCAA– Great Amino Acid product I mix with pre workout
  • M-Factor– Potent Multivitamin  (morning)
  • Full Mega Fish Oil–  Potent anti-inflammatory for overall health (night)
  • Level-1 Protein– Meal Replacement for muscle growth and fat loss  (Saves money on meals and can take it to replace breakfast or lunch)
  • The Primal Pack (Optional) – Men over 30 lose testosterone fast. This helps raise them naturally.

The Domination Workout:

First 4 weeks Pump Phase

Monday: Biceps and Shoulders 

Note: No more than 30-60 seconds rest between sets

Biceps: 

3 sets of dumbbell hammer curls (10-12 reps)

3 sets of preacher curls (10-12 reps)

3 sets of inclined dumbbell curls (10-12 reps)

Shoulders:

3 sets of shoulder press (Dumbbell or Barbell or Machine) (12-15 reps)

3 sets of frontal raises (10-12 reps)

3 sets of lateral raises (10-12 reps)

3 sets of rear delt flies or high rows (use rope on cable and pull to face) (10-12 reps)

Cardio:

10 minute jog. Every minute sprint for 20 seconds, walk for 40 seconds then repeat.

Tuesday: Chest and Triceps

5 sets of bench press increasing weight each set (15-12-10-8-5)

3 sets of inclined dumbbell bench (8-12 reps)

3 sets of dips (15-20 reps)

3 sets of triceps rope pulldowns(10-12 reps)

3 sets of triceps rope overhead extensions (10-12 reps)

Cardio:

10 minute jog. Every minute sprint for 20 seconds, walk for 40 seconds then repeat.

Wednesday Legs:

5 sets of squats increasing in weight each set (15, 12, 10, 8, 6)

3 sets of leg press (20 reps per set)

3 sets of calf raises on leg press (20 reps per set)

3 sets of seated calf raises (10 reps per set)

3 sets of leg extensions (10-15 reps per set)

3 sets of stiff legged deadlifts (Light weight, 10-15 reps per set)

No Cardio.

Thursday: Back and Traps

5 sets of pulldowns (wide grip) (8-12 reps per set)

3 sets of pulldowns (reverse grip chin up stance) (8-12 reps per set)

3 sets of Seated Cable Rows (8-12 reps per set)

3 sets of bent over dumbbell rows (8-12 reps per set)

5 sets of Dumbbell or Barbell Shrugs (10-20 reps per set)

Cardio:

10 minute jog. Every minute sprint for 20 seconds, walk for 40 seconds then repeat.

Saturday: Pump Day

5 sets of barbell bench (10-20 reps per set)

5 sets of alternating biceps curl

5 sets of dips

5 sets of leg extensions

5 sets of leg curls

Cardio:

20  minute jog. Every minute sprint for 20 seconds, walk for 40 seconds then repeat.

Last 4 Weeks Strength Phase

Monday: Biceps and Shoulders

Biceps: 

3 sets of dumbbell hammer curls (10-12 reps) (hold for 3 seconds every 3rd rep)

3 sets of preacher curls (10-12 reps) (Hold for 3 seconds every 3rd rep)

3 sets of inclined dumbbell curls (10-12 reps) (Hold for 3 seconds every 3rd rep)

Shoulders:

5 sets of shoulder press (Dumbbell or Barbell or Machine) (6-10 reps)

3 sets of lateral raises (10-12 reps)

3 sets of rear delt flies or high rows (use rope on cable and pull to face) (10-12 reps)

Cardio:

10 minute jog. Every minute sprint for 20 seconds, walk for 40 seconds then repeat.

Tuesday: Chest and Triceps

5 sets of bench press same weight each set, increase by 10 pounds each week if complete (5 reps)

3 sets of inclined dumbbell bench (6 reps)

3 sets of Close Grip Bench Press (6-8 reps)

3 sets of dips (15-20 reps)

3 sets of triceps rope pulldowns(10-12 reps)

Cardio:

10 minute jog. Every minute sprint for 20 seconds, walk for 40 seconds then repeat.

Wednesday Legs:

5 sets of squats increasing in weight each set (8, 6, 4, 2, 1)

3 sets of leg press (10 reps per set)

3 sets of calf raises on leg press (20 reps per set)

3 sets of seated calf raises (10 reps per set)

3 sets of leg extensions (10-15 reps per set)

3 sets of stiff legged deadlifts (Light weight, 10-15 reps per set)

No Cardio.

Thursday: Back and Traps

5 sets of pulldowns (wide grip) (6-8 reps per set)

3 sets of pulldowns (reverse grip chin up stance) (6-8 reps per set)

3 sets of Seated Cable Rows (6-8 reps per set)

3 sets of bent over dumbbell rows (5 reps per set)

5 sets of Dumbbell or Barbell Shrugs (10-20 reps per set)

Cardio:

10 minute jog. Every minute sprint for 20 seconds, walk for 40 seconds then repeat.

Saturday: Pump Day

5 sets of barbell bench (10-20 reps per set)

5 sets of alternating biceps curl

5 sets of dips

5 sets of leg extensions

5 sets of leg curls

Cardio:

20  minute jog. Every minute sprint for 20 seconds, walk for 40 seconds then repeat.

 

Summary:

The goal is to keep up with this workout for at least 8 weeks. At the end of the 8 weeks, you can switch to a different workout or start at the beginning of the Pump Phase. Alternating Pump Phase with Strength Phase gives your muscles a break and helps you build new muscle. Your goal should be to increase your bench press max by 30 pounds over the course of the 8 week program. Should see an increase of 50 pounds on squats. The idea is get stronger, get more ripped, and gain muscle without gaining any fat.

 

Try it, like it, share it.

 

Thanks,
Dustin Holston

Personal Trainer and Sports Nutritionist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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