Balanced or not you still got after it!Hypertrophy day just for the fun of it
Hammer Strength Incline Press - 3*12 +drop set for 18 total reps
Body Masters P-300 Power Squat - Pyramid from 12rm -> 6rm +Drop set for 9 total reps
Hammer Strength Decline Press - Pyramid from 14rm -> 6rm, Drop set for 12 reps total
Assisted pull-up/dip super set 3*10
Rear Delt Row 3*10, drop set for 15 total rows
10 minutes on the elliptical to cool down followed by 10 minutes in the sauna
Yes, I know it isn't balanced. Yesterday was full body with two leg and two back exercises for balance.
Thanks. I am a bit jelly of that KB work though. That is brutal, but it is great for building conditioning and strength. My strength endurance isn't even on that level. Three rounds and I would be ready to tap out.Balanced or not you still got after it!
Now you’re ready for the weekend.
I’ll send you a couple programs I’ve been using.Thanks. I am a bit jelly of that KB work though. That is brutal, but it is great for building conditioning and strength. My strength endurance isn't even on that level. Three rounds and I would be ready to tap out.
I need to work more dynamic stuff and farmer's walks in to the program.
I’ll send you a couple programs I’ve been using.
Before covid hit, I was training 3, maybe 4 days a week. Nothing toooo crazy, just standard weight training.
Then things changed, I was working from home, gyms closed, I discovered Jocko Willink, and I made a decision to work out as much as possible to stay sane, and stay ahead of the covid-15 (pounds).
I did 100 days in a row in 2020, and that set me in motion to just keep going.
Now I’m at 6 or 7 days a week where I do kettlebell conditioning, steel mace workouts (no mace flow stuff, just me swinging the mace around using programming I like), heavy bag workouts and running.
Check your messages, I’ll send some links!
I get what you are saying about losing balance with by only following Jocko's stuff.Jocko is awesome. I got the Warrior Kid books for my kid and read Extreme Ownership twice. I take a little more Eastern approach to things now though. I found myself losing balance following Jocko's stuff.
JM Blakely is pretty awesome for melding the discipline and eastern mindset with western style. He is also an awesome strength coach and power lifter.