This is a quick refresh for anyone who has already heard the complete explanation of each of the sources of these ideas.
To listen to, or read, the entire process with examples, go to Tim’s blog at:
I’ll cut to the quick. I don’t know. I don’t know who’s routine is right for you, but I know what routine is right for me. It’s the one I figured out by trying everything I’ve ever heard of and keeping the things that make me feel awesome.
Ah ha! I tried something different and it seems like it helped.
I still did my morning routine including a ten mile walk. What I didn’t do is eat before I workout. What difference did that make? Despite expecting to crap out, I felt strong through the entire workout!
Week 2, Day 2
On schedule but feeling weak this week. I may ne focusing too much on diet (cutting calories when I should be adding?).
Still, I’m pressing onward.
I may use some abbreviations going forward to notate the current level of difficulty.
E = easy
D = difficult
VD = very difficult
And here it is for the day:1
Bicep Curl — 40 on light grey (vd)
Deadlift — 30 on light grey
Bent Row — 40 on light grey (vd)
Clad Raise — 40 on light grey (difficult)
“Hello, pain. I’d forgotten what you looked like!”
It’s week two of using the X3. I spent the first week steadily finding my level of difficult resistance with the bands. Today I found it. At least for day 1.
I don’t know if it’s because I didn’t sleep all that…
I mentioned my cardio workout in another story and thought I’d better explain it. After all, it does sound impossible. 60 seconds?! What could that possibly do?
I’d heard of this method from several sources, none of which I could pinpoint as the one I’d originally heard it from, but…
After gaining significant weight over the Covid-19 quarantine/shutdown, I’ve decided at what is probably the biggest weight gain season of the year to get in shape.
I started last Sunday, November 24th, having received the equipment I plan to use for the journey. Since gyms are closed I’ve been looking…