Day 84 of 90: 1 arm HS's, gorilla hangs and WHAT? the knucklehead club??
|Tonight Dinner:) veggies and lentils:)|
Crazy how much travel and teaching we actually do each day while on these trips....we figured it was about 6-8 hours a day for the single seminar days and the last day with 2 seminars was about 12 hours of travel and teaching...it can zap you if you dont sleep and eat right:) but we're cool:)
One sort of cool thing we realized while teaching the seminars was the basics all people want to know. Like how to heal back pain, how to progress to do a handstand and how to make a simple and strong plant based meal...these were the common threads during our trip and we really enjoyed the great discussions we had on each and then teaching all how to do each point.....just alot of fun:) Love it:)
An additional point was the knucklehead club:) haha yes that is correct, we joked about it at one seminar and everybody thought it was really funny. So the more we talked the more we laughed:) "The Knucklehead Club" is anyone who does something not so smart despite proper judgement telling them not to do it...you can become a member if you've trained super hard when you know your exhausted or injured and it makes you feel way worse OR when you eat way way too much and feel horrible afterwards OR when you have an injury and instead of resting it and doing some smart and constructive rehab AKA Eischens Yoga you go and train and re-injure yourself:)
Lots of ways to become a member and they all dont have to relate to fitness, heck i know most of us our members purely from our relationships:) haha dang if we open it up to that i think 100% of us are Knuckleheads:) haha...maybe lets just keep it to fitness afterall:) haha
So, MY QUESTION FOR YOU TODAY....ARE YOU A MEMBER?
AND IF SO WHAT IS YOUR MOST RECENT REASON FOR BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE Knucklehead Club? :) i want to hear your story!!!
I have to say i've been a member for mmmmm about 40 years:) hahaha Here is my story of one of my first knucklehead moments....i trained everyday, same thing and overtrained myself so bad that i actually took naps between sets:) haha gosh what i shock i did not get bigger and stronger:) haha this was when i was about 18 years old:)
MBG 1 restoration - Eischens Yoga beginner sequence and about 10 sets of resisted back domes too!! Then did 5 cycles of hot/cold showers along with loofa skin massage as well...that was cool and helped my recovery alot:)
MBG 2 training - great to train again at home...man!!!!:)
- 1 arm handstand holds x 10 seconds, plus 1arm kb lift with up hand x 0, 8k, 12, 16k, 20k, 20k, 20k, 0
- 1 arm hang plus other arm holds kb x 15 seconds x 0, 12k, 16k, 20k, 24k, 28k, 32k, 36k
- Back dome x 15 seconds plus 2 kbs across hips x 0, 8k's, 12k's, 16k's, 20k's, 24k's, 28k's, 32k's
- Jungle Gym XT 90 degree muscle ups (25s) x 15, 10 / 12, 10, 3 / 10, 10, 5
- Power Wheel + 30lbs alligator push ups x 3 sets of (12 push ups over 6 yards, then 6 yd crawl back)
- fresh squeezed orange and carrot juice with SOlife too:)
- Kale, brown rice, beans, carrots, beets, corn
- fresh squeezed beets, kale juice with SOLife
- spinach, brocolli, onions, bell peppers, corn, lentils and veg patties
peace out my friends!!!:)