So I’ve trained a person (Girl A) at school two times but filled her head with my training/nutrition shit more times than she’d like…
But she told me the other day that after doing a bunch of strength work – that included bodyweight squats, iso lunges for three minutes, glute ham for three minutes total, as well as rebounds for the upper half – she made her way over to the “ab” area to not do various forms of crunches but supermans.
As she was walking over another girl (Girl B) had nabbed her and wanted to do “core” work with her. Girl A said to Girl B, who had just gotten off of the elliptical after a nice 45 min. low impact waste of her time, that she may not want to do her core work because it’s going to include something that consists of 300 repetitions straight.
Girl B just said she would do her own, but then proceeded to talk Girl A’s ears off about how it’s sort of unfair that Girl A can train how she does because she’s lean and small but Girl B has to do more cardio instead of strength because she genetically has more body fat and has to work harder than Girl A. Girl A, knowing exactly how to respond to that one chose not to but instead just banged out 300 supermans straight without talking and then did some side plank shit only because Girl B wanted to as a means of ridding love handles.
Earlier this morning I was doing thirty second iso pushups, pulling as hard as I could into position followed by thirty altitude drops with only 3# bent over rows. My heart rate after the first set was 186 with a 10 count measure.
‘Has nothing to do with the exercise – it’s the effort. Your choice of exercise should be one that eliminates patterns, creates balance between right and left and front and back of your body, and builds lean mass while reducing inflammation in every joint.