Saturday, December 22, 2007

KISS Your Old Routines Good-bye (Addendum)

After yesterday's posting, I had one reader send me this question:

Could you suggest with your experience of how I can design my own KISS way of strength training?
Well, I'm glad that you asked because it allows me to spotlight another person whose training philosophy and methods are helping me on my journey to becoming very flexible. I encourage you to visit Paul Zaichik's Elastic Steel website for many free videos and articles. He has freakish flexibility, as you'll see from his site, but he is also a bodyweight culturists (i.e, folks who use their bodyweight as their main form of resistance in their training) who has many articles and videos on www.bodyweightculture.com.

As a matter of fact, to answer my reader's question, I've decided to post Paul's Home Workout video, which is in two parts. To do these workouts, you do not need to purchase any sort of weights or equipment. He explains, and performs, each one of the exercises. So, feel free to pause, stop, and back up the videos as needed!

Let me know what you think?




2 comments:

Lowcarb_dave said...

Oh wow!

Thank you M!

This is will be the basis of my exercise routine in 2008!

Cheers!

D

Mr. LowBodyFat said...

That's great D and it should be. Hell, we need to make that fat work for us and against itself;) To be honest, I wished that I had started off doing mainly bodyweight exercises when I began my journey. Most people don't realize how strong and defined a person can be from simply doing bodyweight exercises. Don't believe me? Ask any male collegiate gymnasts to pull up his shirt . . . Take care buddy.