Best barbell complex workout for fat loss involves just a barbell and a weight that you will be comfortable with throughout the workout. If you have a home gym, I am sure you have the equipment. Else, do this workout in a gym.
Now, generally many people believe that to get a shredded/ripped through fat loss (read THIS article), they need to do cardio… at times, too much cardio!
IT IS A MYTH.
Cardio can help you in fat loss by burning calories, yes, but what about a ripped body? A ripped body means you have solid muscle mass, with low body fat %. Then, what’s the alternative for burning fat and building muscle mass at the same time? How to get a ripped body that will not involve any cardio?
BARBELL COMPLEXES for fat loss
And what is a barbell complex? It is an advanced circuit training where you do barbell exercises—2 or more—back to back (no rest between sets), and without the barbell touching the ground. You can do a barbell complex by (a) incorporating it once a week in your existing workout, or (b) doing it separately twice a week—two days when you will not do any other workout.
- Try to complete 7 rounds of this best barbell complex workout for fat loss within 20 minutes
- Choose a weight that you can continue with from start to finish of the barbell complex workout
- Keep in mind that you cannot put the barbell on the ground from the time you start till you finish the workout
- Do 6 reps of each exercise
- No rest between sets
- If you are a ‘beginner’ or ‘intermediate’, this barbell complex workout is NOT for you
So, what is this best barbell complex workout for fat loss? Here it comes.
Best Barbell Complex Workout for Fat Loss #1: Front Squat
Best Barbell Complex Workout for Fat Loss #2: Push Press
Best Barbell Complex Workout for Fat Loss #3: Deadlift
Best Barbell Complex Workout for Fat Loss #4: RDLS
Best Barbell Complex Workout for Fat Loss #5: Bent-over Row
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Best barbell complex workout for fat loss is not everyone’s cup of tea, not even for all who fall under ‘advanced’ training. It needs strength, endurance, and willpower to complete 7 to 10 rounds at a go—without any break. Come on, you can do it!