Becoming a Ninja warrior part 1

This is likely best used as a daily snapchat/vine/ or IG post

My intention is to light a fire under my own bum to train like the reckless youth I once was: explosive, anaerobic, interval training beast!
Of course this inaugural post should pay mention to why I don’t train like that currently: it wasn’t even because of competitions and training injuries, but just taking an office job plus car accident. Something not very glamorous but usually all it takes to 180 how one trains. Granted I was given comprehensive pre/ and rehabilitative protocols that I value and used to build on, but like many athletes will know changing your training schedule rarely leaves much time in the day for some of your other routines *reads* goodbye muay thai, jujitsu, and obstacle course racing.
But, like my recent twitter post has proclaimed I have become the strongest that I’ve ever been and at the same time weaker than ever. (Thanks to absolute and relative strength definitions) Strength is great! I feel healthier and more resilient than ever, but I want to be able to teach my body to muscle up, wall flip, and spar for hours again! So here’s to discovering middle ground.

Lastly to payoff the N number of people clicked this link for a work out I may have promised. at least until April 19th 2016 I’m foregoing the mantra “If the bar ain’t bending, you just pretending.” And, set to rebuild from the ground up and balance my strength and endurance training to become a more dynamic athlete. If this is kept up with any regularity anyone should be able to copy paste this series tag and have an almost legit 8 week program
“Start slow to train faster”
Warm up: Shoulder passes and 20 stair climbing
3 rounds of
550m row
10 dips
5 strict pull ups
10 knees to elbows

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Author: The Savage Scientist

Often high energy, thanks to coffee, I'm just a guy who filled most of his skill tree with points in wisdom(research), strength (athletics), dexterity (combat), and eating. If you haven't figured it out or stumbled on this blog by recommendation. My attempt with this blog is to explore ideas that begin under the umbrella of seeking enlightenment and personal development through: the traditional arts, sciences, and philosophies; along with arguably life's greatest teacher, the savage sciences of combat sports. Join me as we find out what we can learn together!

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