That is something I often get asked when people look at me working out.
“Gawd, what the heck is he up to? Those sure don’t look like pushups to me!”
And no, I’m not referring to “Hindu” pushups here, which in and as of themselves can be a great, great workout. Folks actually associate with the “pushing up” part of that workout, so it’s not so much of a struggle to convince them on that.
But the kicker is some of the pushups I normally do in my workout, where the “focus” is NOT on the chest and shoulders. And being that’s what most people associate pushups with, that is where the “buck seems to stop”.
Amazingly enough, or actually NOT so, I’ve got more results in that part of my body by focusing on the exact opposite parts. Make of that what you will – but it’s true – and it holds true for YOU as well ,my friend.
Anyhow, I just got done with a SUPER tough variation of my “very best exercise”, which is by far the BEST exercise you can do, period. PERIOD!
I’m so “blissed out” right now that the world could fall apart at this very moment and I wouldn’t really care 2 hoots. I’m so “zoned” out, and feeling so great that words don’t even begin to do justice to the actual feeling. Oh, man!
Most importantly though, I feel a sense of being “worked to the bone”, yet in a GOOD way. I’m buzzed, energized, and ready to tackle a grizzly (not that there are any here in China, hehe).
MOST amazingly, all this without doing ONE SINGLE rep of what most folks consider to be the “real” pushup.
Last, but not least, I also used a “secret” technique to recover way faster from this exercise. Something so simple that it should be elementary.
Something so simple that babies and toddlers do it without even thinking (and no I am NOT referring to crawling here). It’s something that they do while SLEEPING. Something they do without even THINKING about it.
And so it goes, my friend. I’ve just given away two or three of my most valuable tips in this email. See if you can find ’em!
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