Fantastic to be featured on the PCC blog again yesterday with an experiment that you may remember started here. I've detailed more of what happened and added two sample deload workouts. Be sure to also read the comments over there for some very fun Q+A, including a part where a top commenter over there and I have a fairly indepth discussion about signs and signals the body has when we are working on something that is neurologically intense.
So... it's "Workout Wednesday" all around the internet... or at least that's what the popular Twitter hashtag would have us believe. All of YOU know that we don't just work out on Wednesday, but hey... its a good enough day as any to talk about it. And we certainly have a lot of fun things to talk about today!
First of all, if you haven't already checked out the new go do that right now by clicking here. He's also included a neat video. Not content to do things as they are written, I took what he had there and made it into a special workout for my small group, who like every collection of human beings (myself included) could always stand to work on and practice the . Steve uses a couple of nerdy metaphors, one of which is from the 1984 classic movie The Karate Kid. Yes, I did jokingly say "Very good, Daniel-san!" to someone in class. And yes they did laugh. Fortunately I made sure to say this when they were NOT holding a . Safely first, people, safety first.Blog Post today from Senior Steve "Coach Fury" Holiner (who is actually a really mellow dude... despite that nickname) then