Talyn wrote:Hey Toby, good to see consistent training, are you finding that program is helping with your recovery?
KaliBaby wrote:*clearing throat* eeehhhhhhmmmmm I did 3 sets of 10 push ups in a row tonight.
where are you at?!?
Program Minimum Minimum (From Dan Martin)
Goblet Squats (10-25)
Push Ups 25-50 (I know I can't do 25 so I just do 3 sets and build it up)
Some kind of Loaded Carry
Change the reps each and every day, but do the movements. Coming back the next day is more important than any single training day.
Andrewc wrote:I think this is relevant.
Hard work is NOT doing lots of sets, lots of exercises and lots of reps.
Hard work is NOT using the latest computerized miracle machine that comes down the road.
Hard work is NOT doing an enormous amount of work, training for a long time in each
session or training frequently.
Hard work is NOT going for a huge pump, a deep burn or any other similar sensation.
Hard work is NOT standing in front of a mirror and emitting high pitched squeals of pseudointensity
while you handle a light poundage for less than half the number of reps you could do
if you were serious about it.
Hard work is using the heaviest possible weight for the number of reps you set as your target,
and then DOING those reps every single one of them - in good form.
Let me repeat that. Hard work involves the use of the heaviest possible weight that you can
handle for the number of reps you set as your target and actually DOING those reps ... and
doing the reps in GOOD FORM.
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