When million dollars of New York's Ryan Serhant enter Manhattan's Dogpound gym, he has no idea what training he's waiting for. Upper body focus? Building the lower body cardio with high intensity? It's a total litter, and this daily surprise is one of the reasons why he gets out of bed Monday to Friday at 5:30 and goes to the gym.
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"It is good that this is constantly changing, and I can do it with a few other guys ̵
When you hear the name of Serhant, your first thought is probably not a group of dudes hurling weights. Instead, you can imagine rather sharp, bespoke suits, big New York City skyline and his Bravo TV show about seven-story condominiums. The TV star recently released his first book, Sell It Like Serhant hoping to teach beginners a real estate agent as they can live in New York's Koreatown district without having a single suit in their closet One year, $ 838 million of real estate for sale.
"It's about helping people to learn how to sell, and knowing that selling is really a muscle," he says. The more you work on it, the stronger it gets.
Keeping Focus on Fitness
This way of thinking is why the 34-year-old is such a fan of the gym. Serhant grew up overweight and said that focusing on fitness had helped him understand that he could take responsibility.
"For me it was just" Oh, wow, if I put the time with these weights, my body may look different, "he says." I realized, if I ate good, cut all the chocolate pudding and make the cake out and do some workouts that I could find online or from friends so I looked better than usual. And that was important to me. "
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Nevertheless, Serhant is on a schedule like his – Waking up at 4:30 in the morning and immediately starting to process e-mails – it's a miracle that growing his to-do list does not get the best of him – his secret of success does not seem like an excuse Serhant says, "Exercising is synonymous with eating."
Once in the gym, Serhant prefers Superset full-body exercises that involve different muscle groups at the same time"I like doing things," he says. "I do not like leaving things out. I do not like forgetting things. There's a lot of body that I have to train so I want to make sure I've achieved everything. "
But if he had to choose a workout to skip, he would finally discard the cardio. "The SkiErg Machine is the worst thing in the world. The attack wheel is the worst thing in the world. Pushing the sled up and down Renwick Street is the worst thing in the world, "he says. "I do it because I can convince myself that it's good for me, but the jury is not there yet." (Actually the back of the jury – carry on, Serhant.)
Luckily These cardio bursts are usually built into his workouts as auxiliary movements, so that Serhant can focus on heavy elevators.
That's why he's such a fan of the full-body workout shown below, designed by Reinhard Nel Senior Trainer and Development Manager at Dogpound. Serhant breaks through such routines before he slips into the tailored suit and convinces customers that these high-ticket homes are worth every penny.