We’ve been getting at you with ‘life’ stuff in the past several newsletters. So let’s continue on with some actionable S-curve world blueprint tips.
#1 You know… When it comes to getting physical results. Nothing is left to chance, when using a higher end product or service.
Because there’s usually science + proven real world experience behind the scenes, of whatever that is.
Yup. It’s not a lottery. So it’s more about managing human emotions, undoing bad habits and managing daily life shenanigans.
Something you’re doing is causing your body to look how it looks right now. Good or bad. It’s not by chance.
And there’s always a fix for it. Which again, is the reason why it’s so important to embrace the daily 121 chats and LIVE update member page updates.
#2 High tension reps
There are several rep styles that we run through, over the long term, on your plan.
Each one pushes your results in a different way. And is used, based on your on-going results. And if you want to see visible ‘growth’, fast. Then you’ll want to include high tension reps into your routine.
Common exercises where we use them are…
– Calf raises
– Standing lunges
– Leg raise variations
– Bicep curls
It’s when there’s zero ‘pause’ moments as you perform your reps.
And on some exercises, like the standing lunge. We don’t hit the peak of the movement at the top or the bottom. We keep the tension going right in the middle.
This hurts. Just like doing a complete ROM set of an exercise. Which is why most people don’t do it when they’re on their own.
And is partly the reason why some don’t see the results that they’re after. Since the workouts trigger the results.
This is definitely the case once you’re going through a grind stage. Which is when you’ve hit at least 60% S-curvish and are striving for better results. Which is of course, harder to achieve at that point.
So ya… Give high tension a try. But you have been warned… Jump on the chats to get some direction, first.
#3 S-curve bodyweight circuits
A golden oldie new member tip…
Don’t hold your breath during exercises.
Some naturally do it, because it makes them feel empowered (Weird). But the only thing it does… Is makes you quit your circuit rounds earlier.
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