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01-14-2010, 10:51 PM
 
Very good post John & Greg,

I found myself falling into this trap with all the different exercises John recommends and so I'd find myself thinking I did not have time to do all of them and ended up not doing any of them. Should I do M7 or PYTP or Calesthenics, or ISOs. After experimenting I've found what I feel works best for me at this point in my development and now just need to do it and do it consistently.

Appreciate the great advice.

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01-15-2010, 01:35 AM
 
The first step to breaking the cycle is to just go and do something. If you are experiencing analysis paralysis while reading this, just go do a set of pushups or Atlas situps or something--it will only take 60 seconds. Then come back and read some more, do some more sets, etc. By the time you've read 5 more forum threads, you could be dripping in sweat and your muscles pleasantly tired.

And now, a set of Atlas pushups...14!
 
 
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