Best of Home Exercises

I just finished compiling all my “Best of Home Exercises” videos for every major muscle group (Chest, Back, Biceps, Triceps, Delts, Quads, Hamstrings, and Calves). Each video has all my favorite home movements for each muscle. View the playlist HERE. Then please Subscribe for much more to come.

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Paperwork Out

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Getting a full body workout doesn’t always require a gym filled with fancy equipment. If you have the will you can thoroughly work your major muscle groups using a simple piece of paper. While body weight only movements are great to do adding a little resistance can increase intensity and strength. One way to increase resistance is by friction using ‘sliding’ movements. While applying downward force and sliding on hardwood flooring or carpet the resistance is dramatically increased. Oftentimes actual exercise sliders are used, but furniture floor sliders work just as well. But in most cases we can perform these same movements with a regular piece of paper on smooth, hard flooring. Socks and towels will work as well. If you only have carpeting then floor sliders or even paper plates are the way to go.

Paper Work: Perform each movement back-to-back without rest for one round. Do 12-15 reps per exercise and 4 rounds total. Rest 2 minutes between each round.

Slider Fly & Press: Chest, Shoulders, Triceps
Slider Lat Pull: Lats and Core
Slider Lunge: Legs
Slider Ham Curl: Hamstrings and Glutes
Slider Pike: Core
Slide Out: Core & Cardio
Mountain Sliders: Core & Cardio

Full Body Towel Workout

These last 6-weeks while gyms have been closed has really focused me to devising creative ways for people to workout. Lately I’ve been incorporating exercises to target every muscle group using only a large towel. These movements worked so good I make a compilation to share with you all. The longer the towel the better and just wrap it around a fixed pole or tree.

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There are two ways do to this Towel Workout. One way would be to hit the entire body in circuit fashion. Pick one movement for each body part and hit them all back-to-back without rest for 12-15 reps each. Do 3-5 rounds for a full body blaster. Another way would be to do straight sets of each movement 3-5 sets to failure and keep rest periods fairly short.

Chest: Uni-lateral Towel Press
Triceps: Towel Extension
Back: Towel Row, Towel Pull Up
Biceps: Towel Curl
Leg: Assisted Towel Pistol Squat, Towel Sumo Jump Squats
Shoulders: Towel W Raise (rear Delts), High Row, Towel Lateral Raises

-Wittig, ISSA CPT
IPE Natural Pro 3x Champ
Master World Champion
Kaged Muscle, Fitmark, Ryderwear Athlete
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Swing Set Workout

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I’m excited to share my best home workout tips and ‘Swing Set Workout’ with the international readers of Iron Man Magazine. I’ve always been a fan of TRX, but with gyms closed I had to get creative. Read the full article HERE.

See the moves in action at the video below:

-Wittig, ISSA CPT
Natural Pro 3x Champ
Master World Champion
Kaged Muscle, Fitmark, Ryderwear Athlete
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Train Magazine June Feature

The new June issue of Train Magazine is available now. Check out my 10-pages of sharing what I do best. Also, check out my research based article on navigating food labels. Honored to have the opportunity to represent my sponsor Kaged Muscle Supplements in 6-pages of this issue. Train Magazine can be found in stores world-wide and TrainMag.com for the digital issue.

-Wittig, ISSA CPT
IPE Natural Pro 3x Champ
Master World Champion
Kaged Muscle, Fitmark, Ryderwear Athlete
All socials: WittigWorks (776K+)
WittigWorks.com for my best home programs

Banana Walnut Power Oatmeal

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I am not known as being a super great cook or recipe guy, but I have stumbled across a few dishes that have become staple in my nutrition planning. The majority of my go-to recipes are for breakfast which is one of my favorite meals and a great way to start your day. In addition to basic eggs I tend to make oatmeal variations which are good for a number of reasons including being a good source of carbs, fiber, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. There is also research suggesting that oats can lower cholesterol levels, improve blood sugar control, and help you lose weight. One of my favorite oatmeal recipes is for Banana Walnut Protein oatmeal. While this takes a minute to make it is worth it.

Preparation and cooking time: 25 minutes

Ingredients:
1/2 Cup Oats
1 Banana mashed with a fork
1/2 Cup low-fat milk or almond milk
1 egg white
1 scoop vanilla whey protein*
2 TBSP of plain non-fat Greek yogurt
2 TBSP crushed walnuts
1 TBSP sweetener
1 tsp Cinnamon
*I personally use Kaged Muscle Vanilla whey isolate.

1. Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees,
2. Spray non-fat cooking oil into an oven safe bowl or iron skillet. 3. Add and mix all ingredients.
4. Cover with aluminum foil and put into the oven for 20 minutes. 5. Take out to stir 1-2 times during cooking time.

Approximate macros: Calories: 500
Carbs: 56g
Protein: 39g
Fats: 6g

Check out my favorite Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Oatmeal HERE!
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