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Pietro Boselli For GQ USA

Pietro's Principles

If you wanna get as ripped as this guy, there's more to it than pumping iron. A few tips from the man himself:
  1. Bring your gym clothes everywhere. You'll be more likely to have a spontaneous workout than a spontaneous nacho platter.
  2. Put your phone in your locker and stop hitting on all the girls in yoga class. “I don't go to the gym to socialize,” Boselli says, “so I can usually be out in 45 minutes.”
  3. Don't do cardio at the gym: Run outside, play sports, hike. Nothing's more absurd than driving to the gym to hop on a StairMaster.
  4. If you really want to take your body to the next level, build up to two-a-day workouts. Yes, really.
  5. Pasta. Eat a lot of pasta. Then chase it with some pasta. The carb truthers are worse than the climate-change truthers.

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Nick Jonas Shows His Six-Pack On Men's Fitness Mag

How to Get Jacked Like Nick Jonas:

Nick Jonas’ body is a lot like his career: It just keeps getting better. You wouldn’t have predicted it back in the day, but this teen singing idol has exploded into not just a Hollywood star but also a physical powerhouse—which is all the more impressive when you consider his grueling schedule and the demands of living with type-1 diabetes. Here, his get-ripped regimen.

His master plan

For Nick, there’s never time for trial and error in the gym—he needs a compact, fail-safe routine. This is it.


Cookie-cutter workouts don’t build Hollywood-worthy physiques—smart, calculated, efficient routines do. Due to the work and travel demands of a megastar, whatever time there is needs to be maxed to the fullest. This comprehensive strategy will put on muscle, break plateaus, and build absolute strength.
Jonas’ workout is just half the plan—check out the Nick Jonas Muscle-Building Diet.


How it works

Phase one of trainer Gregg Miele's program centers Nick’s training around “holistic trisets.” Essentially, these are groups of three exercises, back-to-back, that stress the same body part or movement pattern with a variety of intensities, loads, and tempos. This allows you to “target a wide range of muscle fibers and get a large volume of work per session,” he says. The first exercise is performed with heavy weight for low reps at an explosive tempo. The second exercise is moderate weight and midrange reps that are performed smoothly. The third exercise is performed with light weight, for high reps, and done slow and controlled.
Greg Miele is the owner of Heart & Hustle Gym in L.A., heartandhustle.com.


Directions

You’ll work out every other day. At the end of each triset or grouping of three exercises (marked as “A, B, and C”) you’ll rest 3-5 minutes, then repeat for 3-4 sets.
DAY I: Upper Body Pull/Push/Core/Flex
1A. Explosive Weighted Pullup
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0
Hang from a pullup bar with your hands just outside shoulder width. Explode up until your chin is over the bar.



1B. Dumbbell Row

Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
Rest your left knee and hand on a bench and grasp a dumbbell with your right hand. Slowly row the dumbbell up.
1C. Straight-Arm Cable Pulldown
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.
Attach a bar to the top pulley of a cable and grasp it with hands at shoulder width. Bend at the hips and pull the bar down with your arms straight.
2A. Incline Dumbbell Bench Press
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0


2B. Dumbbell Chest Press
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
Lie back on a flat bench with a dumbbell in each hand. Hold the weights at shoulder level and then smoothly press the weights straight up over your chest.

2C. Cable Flye
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.


Attach a D-handle to each pulley of a cable station. Keep your elbows slightly bent and step forward so there’s tension on the cables. Slowly squeeze your hands together out in front of your chest.
3A. Roll Out
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 0
Kneel behind at barbell loaded with 10-pound plates. Brace your abs and roll forward, reaching until you feel your hips are about to sag. Return to start.
3B. Stability Ball Knee Tuck
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 0
With the ball under your shins and your hands out in front. Pull your knees toward your midsection while contracting your abs.
3C. Stability Ball Crunch
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.
With your feet flat on the ground and your lower back on the ball, place your hands behind your ears and curl your body up until you’re sitting straight.
Day II: Lower Body Pull/Push/Core Emphasis

A1. Kettlebell Deadlift
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0
A2. Barbell Hip Thrust
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
Rest your upper back on a bench and sit on the floor with legs extended. Roll a loaded barbell up your thighs until the bar sits on your lap (you may want to place a towel or mat on your hips or attach a pad to the bar for comfort). Brace your abs and drive your heels into the floor to extend your hips, raising them until your thighs and upper body are parallel to the floor.
A3. Stability Ball Leg Curl
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.

*B1. Super Cat Squat
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0
B2. Rear-foot Elevated Split Squat
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
B3. Terminal Knee Extension
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.

C1. Body Saw
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0
C2. Paloff Press
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
Attach a band to a sturdy object at stomach level. Hold the other end with both hands and step away from the attachment point, turning your body perpendicular to it to put tension on the band. Pull the band in front of your chest and then press it out with arms straight. Bend your arms and draw your hands back toward you, resisting the band from twisting your torso. That’s one rep.
C3. Lateral Plank (20-30 sec)
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.
Get into pushup position and simultaneously move your left hand over your right while your right leg steps out wide.
Day III: Press/Arms/Core Emphasis

A1. Dumbbell Overhead Press
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0
Hold a dumbbell in each hand at shoulder level with palms facing in front of you. Brace your abs and press the weights overhead.
A2. Front Raise
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
Hold a dumbbell in each hand. Raise your arms in front of your body to shoulder height.
A3. Lateral Raise
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.
Hold a dumbbell in each hand and raise the weights out 90 degrees to your sides.
B1. Weighted Dips
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0
B2. EZ-Bar Triceps Extension
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
Set an adjustable bench to a slight decline and lie back against it holding an EZ-curl bar with an overhand, shoulder-width grip. Press the bar overhead and then let your upper arms drift back so they're at an angle to your torso. Bend your elbows so you lower the bar behind your head. Keeping your upper arms stationary, extend your elbows to lock the bar out.
B3. Cable Triceps Pressdown
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.

C1. Straight Bar Fat-Bar Curl
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0
C2. Dumbbell Hammer Curl
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
Hold a dumbbell in each hand with palms facing your sides. Keeping your upper arms against your sides, curl the weights at the same time.
C3. Preacher Curl
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.
Curl the bar, keeping the backs of your arms against the bench. Take three seconds to lower the bar back down.

D1. Med-ball Wall Throws
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 3-5
Rest: 0
Stand in front of a wall holding a 20-pound medicine ball with both hands at your chest. Set your feet at shoulder width with toes turned slightly out. Squat down until your hips are below your knees, keeping your lower back flat. Explosively come up and throw the ball upward and against the wall, aiming for a spot about 10 feet up. Catch the ball as it comes down and immediately begin the next squat.
D2. Cable Rotations
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 8-10
Rest: 0
D3. Land Mine Rotations
Sets: 3-4
Reps: 15-20
Rest: 3-5 min.










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