Yes, I did it.
I didnt jump rope for an entire week, just to “do it and see how it felt” because ti felt like the right thing to do on the spur of the moment.
I did pull-ups and sprints pretty much the entire of last week, except for some walking and stretching as well, I didnt do much else.
And I did LESS, not more as I say.
And today, as I felt the urge to jump back into jumping rope, I thought it would be a chore, or at least a bit of it.
Predictably enough, or maybe not, it wasn’t.
Maybe I slowed down a bit towards the end, but maybe not, as my overall time was th esame.
And I hit 3000 jumps, not quite the 3500 I did last time I did it, but 3000 is still a huge step up from the 2000 jump rope daily workouts I used to do.
So much for my methods not working or being too opaque as some bozos like to claim.
If that ain’t progress, and that ain’t real training I dont know what is.
And another thing I learned, or should I say two.
One, adjusting the length of the rope affects the workout – big time. This is something I have NOT seen taught anywher,e and yet, I discovered it a while back, and believe me, the different lengths hit your body differently – pun not intended.
And as I did this today, I remembered I got SO MUCH still to do.
So many books still to write.
Looks like the one on jumping rope will be #1, followed by isometrics and then plyometrics.
See how it goes.
Ain’t no telling with yours truly as y’all well know!
But second thing, HANDSTAND pushups of all things felt easier!
I popped off 20 like no-one’s biz, for one.
(OK, first two were a bit stiff, but then I slinked off 8 and pounded out 10. Easy – PEEZEE!)
And I learned another thing, that I knew already of course.
That there are SO Many different ways to do this truly superlative exercise, and that BattleTank Shoulders, advanced though it is and perhaps only 000001% of the populace will be able do the workouts there in … is only the TIP of the iceberg.
Trust me, hehe.
Trust me now, and believe me later!
But anyway, the point of me saying this?
Is that VARIETY of the spice of not just life – but workouts as well bro.
Thats why I give you such a wide range of books- and workouts. Truly something for everyone.
And truly something that will keep you in shape for ther est of your life!
And the workouts in 0 Excuses Fitness for one are enough to keep you busy the rest of your life, and making gains and great progress my friend.
Grab this right now!
PS – And again, be sure and leave reviews if you’ve already bought the book! I cannot emphasize enough the importance of this!