Arm Balancing Move in Easy Steps

Got a Gym Crush? Impress Her with Badass Arm Balances

Guys, if you're not getting hit on by hotties at the gym, in yoga class, at the beach, at crossfit, In the Tough Mudder electro-shock mud pit, or wherever you work out, you're doing something wrong.

Real News Flash

There's been a lot of talk about fake news lately, so here's some real news for ​you:

Single Women Work Out to Attract Guys​

Whether they are working on making their bodies more attractive, or they see the gym as a social environment preferable to a bar or club, the psychology is the same - meeting guys is on their minds.  

Go Ahead - Google it

Don't believe me?  Type "break the ice at the gym" into Google - you will see all of these related searches:

  • how to tell if a guy likes you at the gym
  • I like a guy at the gym
  • how to attract men at the gym
  • how to hit on a guy at the gym
  • how to get the guy at the gym to notice you

What that means is that if you're not meeting hotties at the gym, you're doing it wrong, and if you can impress fit chicks during your workout, you're basically pulling off the ultimate feat of multitasking: building lean muscle while meeting hot, fit women - at the same time.

But how exactly do you do that?

Well, instead of wasting your time endlessly slogging away on a treadmill or making faces like you're taking a crap while trying to bench press one more weight plate, then dragging your grunting, grimacing, panting, sweaty self over to some ridiculously hot chick and mumbling some lame pickup line, why not learn to finesse some impressive feats of strength that will get you shredded, strong, confident, and noticed by that hottie, without saying a word.

NAIL THIS MOVE - IN 5 RIDICULOUSLY EASY STEPS

Impress your gym crush with this powerful arm balancing move

Side Crow in 5 Easy Steps

Step 1

Step 1 is a full toe squat with the hips and knees fully flexed.  The core is engaged isometrically for balance.  Establishing stability in this position may take some practice at first - your core muscles will quickly adapt.

The shoulder spin and spinal twist bring in the abdominal obliques, concentrically on one side and eccentrically on the other.  The gluteal muscles are also eccentrically contracted as you turn and begin to roll your weight onto your arms.

The toe balance and shoulder spin establish stability in the core and engage the abdominal obliques while eccentrically contracting the glutes

The toe balance and shoulder spin establish stability in the core and engage the abdominal obliques while eccentrically contracting the glutes

Steps 2 & 3

Transferring your weight onto your arms will require some trial-and-error so practice positioning as shown in the diagram before placing all your weight on your arms.

Place your hands wide apart and spin your wrists outward, pointing your fingers forward and backward.  Spread your fingers wide apart and start getting a feel for rolling your body weight onto your palms and then your fingers.

Elbow placement is crucial as well - flex both elbows and press your front elbow firmly into the side of your mid-thigh and your rear elbow into your hip bone and rib cage.

Steps 2 & 3 are hand and elbow placement - which is crucial for giving you the leverage to support your body weight on your arms

Steps 2 & 3 are hand and elbow placement - which is crucial for giving you the leverage to support your body weight on your arms

Step 4

Step 4 is the roll and crunch.  Gradually progress to supporting your body weight on your arms with flexed elbows and soon your feet will float up effortlessly

Step 4 is the roll and crunch. Gradually progress to supporting your body weight on your arms with flexed elbows and soon your feet will float up effortlessly

Step 4 is the money move - it's where all the abdominal oblique and gluteal definition come from in this move.   This is where you want to move like a ninja, smoothly rolling your body weight onto your arms while flexing your elbows and engaging your deep core for stibility.  You will know when your core and arms are strong enough because your feet will effortlessly float up into the air.  The key is using all of the stabilization points and balance tricks you've already learned to train your muscles to handle the twist of your upper body as you rise up onto your arms and hands.

You CAN Learn This Move - You So Got This - Now Push Your Limits

Step 5 is where you can really push your limits.  As you straighten your legs and lift your head, the isometric deep core, oblique, and gluteal contractions are intensified dramatically - you'l feel the results instantly and start seeing them in the mirror soon after

Step 5 is where you can really push your limits. As you straighten your legs and lift your head, the isometric deep core, oblique, and gluteal contractions are intensified dramatically - you'l feel the results instantly and start seeing them in the mirror soon after

Take a look around... and in the mirror

Look around.  Is the average gym member lean, sculpted, agile, strong, defined, and toned?  Would you be happy with the results of the average person pumping away endless reps on the machines at the gym?  Are you happy with the results you see in the mirror?

Got Swagger?  Give gym hotties a reason to notice you

Stop wasting your time and energy doing the same soul-crushingly boring exercises, rep after rep, as everyone else.  Start doing something extraordinary and you will start to look extraordinary.  Why not give the hottest girl at the gym a reason to notice you?

NAIL THIS MOVE - IN 5 RIDICULOUSLY EASY STEPS

Gym Crush? Impress Her with Badass Arm Balances
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