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Updated: 2017-11-21T10:18:06.191-05:00


Training - 'I say "Fuck you Jobu", I do it myself.'


7/18 - stretch7/17 - deadlifts, situps, back raise, stretch7/16 - stretch7/15 - stretch7/14 - press, chins, dips, stretch7/13 - gtg/coct grip & chins, kb bottoms up press, stretch7/12 - stretch7/11 - jumps, power cleans, squats, lunge, cable curls, pushdowns, stretch7/10 - bench, chins, pushups, situps, back raise, gtg/coct grip & chins, stretch7/9 - stretch7/8 - stretch7/7 - jumps, deadlifts, situps, back raise, pushdowns, seated row, stretch7/6 - stretch, kb swings & getups, bottoms up presses, chins7/5 - jumps, presses, chins, dips, cable curls, pushdowns, situps, hip thrust, stretch7/4 - stretch7/3 - jumps, power cleans, squats, lunges, cable curl, pushdowns, stretch7/2 - stretch7/1 - stretchChris Dropped 12 Sizes And Got His Old Energy Back:A Car Crash Motivated A 400-Pound Man To Transform His Body: Kayla Transformed Her Body With's Fitness 360 Trainer:Doni Dropped 200 Pounds Through Lifting, Fasting, And Keto:How Clarence Bass Makes 79 Look Like the New 29 | Men's Health:Vernon Dropped 50 Pounds In Less Than A Year At Age 32!:Baby Got Back: 12 Amazing Physiques You Won't Turn Your Back On:‪‪International Yoga Day‬: India's oldest yogini V Nanammal, 98, says you shouldn't work up a sweat during yoga — Quartz: "If you’re a power yoga enthusiast or a hot yoga buff with the ability to pull off 100 surya namaskaras (sun salutations) in one go, India’s oldest yoga teacher wants you to know you’re doing it all wrong. V Nanammal, the 98-year-old yoga expert from the southern state of Tamil Nadu, believes that, in its true form, yoga isn’t about rigorous activity or getting all sweaty and breathless; it’s about peace and relaxation, and this is what she’s been practicing every day for nearly a century. Despite her age, Nanammal can effortlessly curl into any yoga asana you name, an ability that’s earned her accolades and awards. To this day, she’s never stepped into a hospital and seems healthier than most millennials, for all their dieting and exercise. She’s now become a celebrity in the yoga, and wellness world and videos of her performing complicated aasanas have gone viral, attracting millions of views." allowfullscreen="" frameborder="0" height="315" src="" width="560">ALL WORK AND NO CLIMBING MAKES JASON A DULL BOY. Sending My new @soill fat butt campus wall. Aloha ACA post shared by Jason Momoa (@prideofgypsies) on May 11, 2017 at 1:41am PDT [...]

Training - "Our lives are easy – too easy physically."


6/30 - wmup/stretch, jumps, bench, chins, pushups, back raise, hanging leg raise, situps, speed bag, stretch6/29 - kb wmup/swings/getups, stretch, chins6/28 - wmup/stretch, jumps, deadlifts, situps, back raise, pushdowns, db rows, stretch6/27 - kb wmup/swings/getups, stretch6/26 - wmup/stretch, jumps, press, weighted chins, dips, close grip chins, tricep pushups, situps, hip thrust, stretch6/25 - stretch6/24 - stretch6/23 - wmup/stretch, jumps, power clean, squats, lunges, facepulls, pushdowns, speed bag, stretchDo you need to condition? – "The short answer is yes. The “why” isn’t as simple. It is my belief that everyone needs three things in their training program regardless of who they are: strength training, flexibility/mobility and some kind of conditioning. These three things are needed regardless of your level, goal or sport. Many people will need more than these three things but these things are the minimum. Of course, the goals you have will determine which area will receive a great emphasis. But everyone from a competitive athlete to the sedentary commuter programmer needs to lift something relatively heavy, loosen their bodies and get out of breath. For most of us that aren’t high level competitive athletes and are just men trying to get as strong as we can, conditioning offers the following benefits: Improved health (these have been widely documented) – especially for those that have a history of heart disease or high blood pressure. Improved recovery from heavy lifting sessions. Improved sense of well-being. Improved recovery between sets. Ability to do better work in the weight room – aka not out of breath all the time and be able to complete your training without driving yourself into the ground every single day...Our lives are easy – too easy physically. On the converse, our brains and emotions are constantly being challenged. The mental stress in our world is at an all-time high. What better way to relieve this stress than to break down our bodies and tap into a mindset that no longer gets challenged? ...I’m not asking everyone to run a marathon a day or push the Prowler every morning – what I’m asking people to do is to have the foresight to realize that conditioning is an essential part of training. Leaving something out, one of the three pillars, always leaves a gap. And the sooner you realize your gap, the better of your life will be. On all levels."The Real Reason Everyone's Fat | T Nation: "Accusing other people for causing your circumstances only postpones the good stuff you could be enjoying. So personal responsibility is nonnegotiable. It's the first step. Then expect temptation and plan how you're going to beat it. Temptation is inescapable and everyone faces it. If you're still blaming your spouse for sabotaging you with tempting food, don't count on changing. We're all tempted by about the same shit; your challenges aren't special. And even if you're injured or ill, there's still a way to choose the best options within your given set of circumstances.  Can't get support at home? Find it elsewhere, then be a role model for your family. It'll be a struggle, but it's supposed to be. Everyone experiences that. If you're not struggling, then you're probably not making progress. The struggle is what keeps you from getting weaker, fatter, less mobile, and more incompetent as the owner of your body. The blame-game won't make you any fitter or healthier. It's not working for the rest of the world, so don't expect it to work for you. The question is, are you going to fight your challenges or let them own you? The choice is yours. It always has been. It always will be...You know that people who are out of shape could be making the best choices within their circumstances, no matter how unfortunate those circumstances are. And you know that "body acceptance" is a sham because their lives would be much easier if their frail frames and feeble joints weren't hauling around extra weight. You know they'd feel better about themselves, have mo[...]