This picture is from the old gym, but Jan’s facial expression was just too hard to pass up. Jan definitely knows how to “GET SOME”.
After a ‘healthy’ warm up, choose a pull up movement (Kipping pull up, band pull up, jumping pull up, etc) and perform 10 repetitions every minute for as long as you can complete all 10 reps in the allotted minute.
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GREAT video on kipping pull ups from Again Faster by Robb Wolf: part 1
“. . . Diet stumbling blocksâ€¦ The eternal question for a lot of people, I know. But the lucky thing is this: the Primal Blueprint isnâ€™t another diet. Itâ€™s a way of eating for life. Nonetheless, it is (or can be) a major transition for most people. As Iâ€™ve said in the past, eating PB-style totally goes against the grain (yeah, yeah – unavoidable pun) in our society. In a culture of bread, bakeries, chips, popcorn, pasta, rice and potatoes at every turn, it takes a real turnabout in thinking as well as eating. Initially, the concept of the PB may feel restrictive to someone whoâ€™s had a lifetimeâ€™s worth of sandwiches, pizza, fast food, etc. But if you can get past the ingrained (O.K. – last one, I promise) mindset, youâ€™re good to go. Itâ€™s why itâ€™s crucial (as weâ€™ve said in the past) that you focus not on what youâ€™re giving up but what youâ€™re taking on – the change youâ€™re welcoming into your diet and lifestyle. Once people stop carrying the torch for the habitual/comfort foods, they see that the PB actually opens up their diet to a world of possibilities (as well as energy, satiety, etc.) that the old foods could never match. . . “
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