Resistance is Futile

DATE: 2021-09-22
AO: Horizon-Ao
Q: Old Bay
PAX: Kodiak, 3 mile, Magoo, Poe, Mayberry, sticks
FNGs: Attache
COUNT: 8
3 Keys to Mastering Slow Strength Training
Tension: How long they kept force applied against the muscle. Speed: The cadence at which they raised and lowered the weight.
Failure: Final reps should be a battle. Failure is growth – Muscles shake, don’t break WARM UP: – 6am

Michael Phelps
Squat Seal Claps
Side Straddle Hop
Downward Dog – Cobra
Hank Aaron
Cherry Pickers

squeeze more muscle-making out of each rep’s three phases—positive, static, and negative—by doing them in slow motion – each exercise phase will have a cadence

Example – Merkin – Down 1,2,3 – stay in the down position 1,2,3, up 1,2,3

The Thang:
Plank Walkouts (Inchworms)
Lunges
JLo into BirdDog
Merkin
Big Boy Situp
Squat

Jog to brick wall
2X –
London Bridge
– Performed as 4 count exercise. Pax plank up, facing a wall with eyes on wall. “1” Right hand raised to press against the wall, “2” Left hand raised to the wall (now in horizontal plank), “3” Right hand down to ground, “4” Left hand down (back to plank position) Peoples Chair – add seal claps,hammers
Wall Dirkins

Jog to entrance

Dips
Aussie Pull ups
Elevated Merkins – hands on low wall

Jog to field
Bear Brawl

Mary:

Flutter Kicks
LBCs
Circle of Fire – Plank Hurdles

Count-o-name-o-rama

COT

Slow motion – understand the necessity of slowing down and not going full speed all the time. Slow can be more productive than unfocused, frantic activity

We grow by failing – lifting weights very slowly to maximize muscle fatigue, the goal being muscle failure. As we quip, ‘Failure is success.’ Muscle failure is the key to stimulating muscle growth

Failing in life is how you learn and grown, without any setbacks, there can be no come back

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