I’ve decided to go out on a limb this week and write about something really boring.
I’ve even included really boring videos too.
Well hey, before you exit this window, stick with me for a bit, as the information surrounding the videos may actually be pretty damn beneficial to your life and training.
A couple weeks back in psychology class, we learnt about happiness.
Yeah, I know. Seems so stupid (or is it sad?) to have to LEARN about happiness.
We surely all know WHAT it is, right?
Well, maybe not.
After taking 6 days off after a good solid 6 weeks of heavy weight-training two weeks ago, I was pumped to get back in, lift some things, put them back down and pick them back up again (seems so strange that we can actually enjoy such a mundane task).
Anyway, after two awesome days of getting back into it and smashing some new records, I was pretty damn sore during the following DOMS-days.
A pretty standard situation though, right?
Well, not all the time. And bear with me as I’m sure you can relate.
You know what? There’s nothing I like more than a good set of push-ups.
Okay, maybe a fair few other things.
But saying it like that really drives home the level of how much I dig them, right?
Okay okay, before you get all “damn, he lied to us”, let me breakdown what makes these so damn good though. And with that, why they’re a key exercise I like to include in most, if not, all of my clients’ programs.