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Prison & Jail Workout Routines, No Steroids, Creatine & Low Protien Intake, Muscle

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Published on Sep 7, 2012

These cats get swole without weights because they were taken out of this prison system in the late 90's. The food provided by the state is high in fat and low in protein so when you consider they have no weights and their diet is lacking in the proper body building nutrients their physical condition is remarkable. These cats would put most licensed physical trainers to shame in their knowledge of working out and building solid muscle.

All they got to work with is water bags (seen in the first two pictures in the video), burpees, push-ups, pull-ups, dips, and other bar work. For a leg workout a homie will sit on their shoulders so they can do lunges or squats.

This video should serve as motivation to you to get yourself in top physical shape because you don't need an expensive gym membership or even weights. Start with push-ups and other exercises that use your body weight. Fill two milk jugs with water and you now have some makeshift dumbbells. If there's a will, there's a way if you are able bodied, so stop making excuses and get at it. Put the pies, cakes, twinkies, and soda down and start eating healthy and building muscle.

The first song is "Kingdom Grind" by Saint Nick, the second song is, "Death's Calling" by Blood Stayn'd, third song is, "Make you Do Wrong" by Saint Nick, fourth song is, "Evil's Creeping" by Blood Stayn'd, fifth song is, "Come Home" by Blood Stayn'd and the Gospel Message is by the Warriors from their album "No Limits.

Any of these songs can be purchased at iTunes or Amazon in MP3 format. Help support these Christian artists and purchase their albums.

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