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Get Ready for the Beach!

Time flies when you’re having fun!  Spring is already here and summer is just around the corner.  There is no better time than the present to start getting your body ready for the beach.  Here are 10 exercises you can do to get in shape:

  1. Weighted Supermans;  results in 2 weeks;  for a muscular middle back
  2. Shrugs;  results in 2 weeks;  enhance trapezoids
  3. Lunges;  results in 2 weeks;  for quadriceps separation and rounded glutes
  4. Pull-Ups;  results in 3 weeks;  develops that V-tapered shape
  5. Barbell Shoulder Press; results in 3 weeks;  for broad shoulders
  6. Decline Twisted Weight Crunches;  results in 1 month;  enhances obliques
  7. Hanging Leg Raise;  results in 1 month;  for a set of ripped abs
  8. Triceps Extensions;  results in 1 week;  develops horseshoe shaped triceps
  9. Barbell Curls;  results in 1 week;  enhances biceps peak
  10. Bench Press;  results in 1 week;  bulk up chest, increase separation between pecs

Results shown are for those men who are already lean.  If not lean, expect a longer period of time for visible results.  Check www.askmen.com for details and videos of these exercises. With beach weather almost here, you may also want to consider Penile Enhancement.  Bulging muscles look great with a nice bulge in the swimsuit!  Go to https://www.loriamedical.com for information about the minimally invasive PLATINUM Procedure or call to schedule a private consultation today.  No matter what your age (over 21 of course), this could be the best summer of your life!

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