In this third installment of “My workout” video series, I talk about and demonstrate Relative strength training.
“Relative strength” is a strength training that’s relative to your own body weight – in other words, it’s bodyweight training aka. calisthenics.
I do insert a little weight here and there and that’s to challenge myself even more than what just my bodyweight can provide as far as a challenge to my musculoskeletal system.
In this vid I demonstrate front-lever-like pull-ups (from vertical to horizontal, not from strict front lever), combined with ice cream makers. Also, handstands and pistol squat. I also throw in a set of dragon flags and a couple of dashes of sprints at the very end.
Not everything I did that day for my bodyweight training segment is on the video – I didn’t record stuff that I did more than once, such as the handstand and additional pull-ups for example.
In the fourth and last installment, I’ll summarize everything I did and said in the previous three videos.
- 3 Barriers That Stop You From Attaining the Dream Body You’ve Always Wanted - November 12, 2016
- 3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Do Bodybuilding - November 6, 2016
- Why you can’t do even one pull-up and how to fix it - October 29, 2016
- Video: Why fat people are fat – THE TRUE REASON - October 11, 2016
- Video: How to eat what you want and never gain any fat - October 10, 2016
- Video: Relative Strength – Hip Drive - September 27, 2016
- Video: Relative Strength – The Push - September 26, 2016
- Video: Relative Strength – The Pull - September 25, 2016
- Video: The 3 benchmark exercises for Relative Strength mastery - September 24, 2016
- Video: Man’s Life Mastery Blueprint – Living A Good Life - September 21, 2016