Here are a few crazy thoughts!

Here are a few crazy thoughts

I believe in training for real life. The way the body is used in everyday
activity is the way it should be trained. I hear so much talk about injury
and how to prevent injury, why are we talking about injury?

What we focus on we tend to get more of, focus on injury and injury
prevention are you really going to get the results you want?

If every time you train and you worry about injury, how hard do you think
you will go? They even have books written about injury prevention and
I do NOT own any books about injury but have a huge amount of health
and fitness books.

Do you think that the trainers that think injury also think about disease or
sickness? I hope not. If you want health and fitness you read and think
about health and fitness, and that is what you will get.

R.O.M. (range of motion) who says that doing every rep has to be a full
range of motion? What sport or everyday activity focuses on R.O.M?
this is another reason for injuries, your body is made to be explosive
and used to get things done, most people train for gym fitness not
life fitness.

I read an article saying that jumping rope for 10 minutes is equal to
15 minutes of jogging and at one time I would have never questioned
this but because I jump rope almost every day and  there is no way that
jumping rope for 10 minutes equals jogging for 15 minutes or even 30

Don’t believe me, have you ever seen a fat sloppy person jogging
for 15 to 30 minutes? Now get that same person to jump rope for
10 minutes, it won’t happen!

Anyone can jog, jumping rope takes time to learn and the muscles that
jumping rope build are pure athletic, jogging could never come close to
competing with jumping rope in fat burning or building over all physical

Jumping rope strips the fat plain and simple.

Toughness Builds Winners

Johnny Grube


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