Re: Changed Workout
- From: Andrzej Rosa <bakters@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2008 01:07:27 +0100
Dnia 2008-11-23 Omelet napisał(a):
In article <sifov5-nto.ln1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,[...]
Andrzej Rosa <bakters@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I've no problem with training mostly
for cosmetic purposes. Training for numbers has its drawbacks too.
I train more for strength and overall conditioning. I took a long
period of time off and lost a lot of it and am amazed at how quickly it
The quick improvements will quickly stop coming, what then? That's
actually one of the drawbacks of training for numbers. Once they stop
increasing there is little sense in training at all. Training hard to
achieve an 80% of your former max sounds like a lousy motivation, at
least to me.
I just want to have the torso strength to be able to do a yoga head
stand again. I liked the way I felt when I could do that in the past...
Are you maybe doing unilateral lifts as me and Steve tried to suggest
you do? Machines give you next to none torso stimulation. Push your
car around and you will get some, carry a bag around your backyard, grab
a rope and do pullups on it, push the bar overhead and walk with it, try
to do overhead squats, etc.
IOW - use it or lose it.
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