Simple Travel Workout — With Clark Shao, #1 Greatest Trainer In YouTube History

Simple Travel Workout — With Clark Shao, #1 Greatest Trainer In YouTube History



Use This For Better Hangover Hydration:

Hey guys,

It’s Clark with Six Pack Shortcuts. Today I’m going to show you three simple workouts that are going to help us get rid of a problem we all deal with: hangovers. We know how much of a drag a hangover can be, especially when we are looking to be active and productive throughout the day.

We are going to knock out these hangovers by engaging the three largest muscle groups in our bodies: the legs, back, and chest. We are going to need minimal equipment, just a bag of water or luggage, in case you are traveling. The water will double for hydration and weights.

Our workout routine:

3:32 – Reverse Lunges – Engage all of your lower body with this simple movement. Plant the front foot and take a step back, dropping your back knee down and lightly touching it to the ground. Come back up and lift the back knee up to be parallel with your hip, concentrating on controlling and working your front quad. If you want to make it more difficult, use your planted leg to come back to a vertical base.

5:13 – Push-ups – With these we want to make sure that we are going slow and keeping our form proper and tight. The slower we go, the more difficult these become. Place your hands on the ground at a shoulder’s width, keeping your back straight like a plank through the movement. Control the entire movement, keeping the same pace going up and down; squeezing your chest at the top of the movement.

6:42 – Rows – Form will be key with these. Legs bent slightly at the knee, keep a neutral, straight back and lean over to grab the weight (pack of water or luggage). Control the row, driving up with your elbows and squeezing your lats and shoulder blades at the top of the row. To add difficulty, add more weight whether that is more water or luggage.

Repeat this workout 5 times and stay hydrated and you will be able to hang that hangover out to dry. I know that working out, especially when hungover can be tough, but trust me, this is the best way to beat out a hangover.

If this workout helped your hangovers and if you have any good hangover cures of your own, let us know in the comments below. If you want a little extra help, make sure to check out this simple drink mix that you can drink the morning after (or even mix with your alcohol!):

Train hard,
Clark Shao

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