I'm writing this post to share with you all my strength training program and all of the different ways I train.
I love training, and have always loved it and will always love it. So yes, I am obsessed, and to many it may seem like too much, but it's really not.
We men have been created to be physically dominant and to use our bodies.
The famous quote from Socrates: "No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. What a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable."
With that said, here is how I train:
I wake up early in the morning around 4:30AM. This is when I work on my business.
Throughout the day, I perform 100 push-ups, 100 bodyweight squats, and 100 sit-ups. I either do as many as I can in one go, or I split them up throughout the day, it depends on how I feel.
Around noon, I go to the gym which is a minute away from my house.
I do my heavy lifting routine, which you can find on my website. It's the best I've ever done and I said something in another post about how I train depending on how I feel. The program doesn't give you set percentages and numbers to do, because it doesn't treat you like a machine, the program let's you train your body according to how your body feels. Amazing.
And at night time, I go to my MMA gym. This is where I get all my conditioning and endurance work, and I learn how to kick ass (while also getting my ass kicked).
I love MMA, it makes you feel things you never would've felt before and it really tests your limits.
So that's how I train. If you guys have any questions I'll be happy to answer them.
I've recorded it. Haven't watched any yet. Watched True Detective, though ... which was great. Not much nudity in that one -- but the one naked chick was notably attractive.
Finally caught up on Fargo this weekend. Offbeat ... but good.
Haven't see any Fargo. Decent? How does it compare to the movie?
I found True Detective to be absolutely fantastic, both at face value and (as a fan of H.P. Lovecraft) when the subtle alternate story becomes evident.
If you liked the movie, you'll like the TV show. Just as well written, and loosely tied together. Still has that Coen Bros. offbeat feel ... though, part of it is that everybody talks weird, at least to a Texan.
I've watched both Fargo (the movie) and No Country For Old Men (which is set in west Texas) -- both Coen movies that are very connected to the setting. I've wondered if North Dakotans and Minnesotans watch No Country and think "Heck, nobody talks like that, donchaknow.' ... much like Texans think about Fargo.
There's a thread for TV and movie reviews in Testosterone. Maybe we ought to start one up out here.
I had no idea NCFOM was a Cohen Bros movie! I really loved that movie. And yes, a lot of people have that reaction to the Texas accent. ;)
For Fargo, you mean? Or are you talking to Jack about GoT?
If it's re: GoT then yeah: start from the very beginning, otherwise none of it will make sense or have any any real impact.
Either one. Both of them are outstanding. But start at the beginning.
Afraid of hitting the plateau?
Sorry, but the first thing that comes to mind is when does the OP work? Not work out, work. Or is the OP independently wealthy enough to spend the day on exercise and MMA?