For our 2019 Health Issue, we want to showcase some of the industry's hottest tattooed personal trainers. And who better to showcase their gains than Baby Momma Fit and Vanessa Brown. These Miami Beach based models provide both beauty, brains and brawn—proving once and for all that thick thighs really do save lives.
Baby Momma Fit:
Renegade Rows with Push Up
I love a guy with a strong chest, back and abs, so a good full body move would be a renegade row with a push up. You will need two medium weights. Hold both weights stacked under your shoulders in a plank so your core is engaged. Row your right arm and then row your left arm, try not to rock your hips, then add a push up after. Do three sets of 15.
Squat to Shoulder Press
For sexy shoulders and glutes (I can't be the only one with a nice butt) I love to see a guy do a squat to shoulder press. With two medium to heavy weights, sit back into your heels, power up through your legs and press weights to ceiling as you stand. Your abs will be engaged, while your legs and shoulders are working. Do three sets of 15.
I love a guy with a nice, strong back and legs. A great exercise for this would be a conventional deadlift. You’ll need a barbell and weights on the side. Stand hip width apart, hands grabbing the bar by your ankles. Keep the shoulders stacked over your wrists, with your lats packed back and depressed. As you come up, drive through your heels, lead with your chest and squeeze your core, glutes and back as you exhale. Holding the bar, hinge your hips back while keeping your core and back engaged, tap the floor with the bar then repeat back up. Do five to 10 sets of five.
Seated Arnold Press
I also love well developed shoulders. An amazing exercise for this is the Arnold Press. You will need two weights and a seated bench. While seated, grab one weight in each hand with your palms facing forward and wrists over your elbows. Then turn your palms in and rotate your elbows in. Open the dumbbells back to your sides, engage your lats and exhale as your press the dumbbells over your head. Do eight to 10 sets of five.