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Jo Linder's Push Workout

Jo Linder - Fitness Athlete

Jo Linder is a German fitness sensation,known for his ripped and aesthetic physique.There are a vast number of videos and pictures of Jo online, showing his commitment to the fitness lifestyle.

When Jo started training, he immediately became fascinated with the results he saw. Month after month, his physique grew, and so did his passion for fitness.

Eventually, Jo opened his online profiles where he began sharing training, nutrition, and supplementation advice. This saw him gain massive amounts of popularity online, allowing him to start his career as a fitness athlete.

In recent times, Jo has been working hard on accomplishing new goals in his career. These include improving his physique even further, along with expanding his influence as a brand ambassador and online personality.

About the Program

Category: Hypertrophy

Here’s a push workout Joe did in one of his videos

Workout Schedule

  • Push Day

    1. 1. Bench Press

      • 3 pyramid sets, 12-8-5 reps
    2. 2. Incline Dumbbell Press

      • 3 sets of 8 reps
    3. 3. Seated Barbell Overhead Press

      • 4 sets of 8 reps
    4. 4. Standing Lateral Raises

      • 3 sets of 12 reps
    5. 5. Triceps cable extensions

      • 3 sets of 12 reps
    6. 6. Front Dumbbell Raises

      • 3 sets of 12 reps
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