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05-06-2010, 05:11 AM
 
Great post my friend.

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05-07-2010, 02:01 PM
 
Greg,

It's like you read people minds and their unasked questions, and then you formulate a thread that has all the right answers...

Definitely a 5 star post!

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05-07-2010, 03:08 PM
 
Greg,

This is such great advice!

I find myself getting burned out with routines around the 12-week mark. In the past, I would often 'fall of the wagon' so to speak around this time. What you've just so eloquently described is my problem: my blade gets dull!

So, I think what I'll do is something like this:

- 12 weeks and focus on strength (Transformetric exercises/other strength exercises)
- 12 weeks and focus on endurance (Running -- with a less strength training than before)
- 12 weeks and focus on flexibility (Yoga -- with a little running and medium-level strength training)

Rinse and repeat . . .
 
 
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05-13-2010, 05:16 AM
 
Quote:
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That is what Transformetrics is all about. When it comes time to change things around, do so without fear or holding on to what has been done previously.

Greg Newton
That is where Transformetrics and spirituality meet. The above is a Zen-way of thinking: do not attach to anything, for everything in life, even life itself, is impermanent, transient like time.
Great post Greg.

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