The biggest results often come from the smallest habits. Big and flashy diet and exercise tricks or hacks may be effective in the long run, but the real value is in the habits you can maintain with minimal effort for years at a time.
Small “boring” habits are usually much easier to adopt and stick to. They are also the easiest to “stack” so their collective influence over your fitness becomes much greater than optimizing any single thing.
Q& A timestamps:
Should you work out harder if you’re not sore? 9:19
Why did I switch from kettlebells? 14:06
How should you progress in calisthenics? 17:00
Fatigue management habits: 19:04
The value of doing a single push-up: 25:56
How do I know if I’m not progressing? 32:19
Is it bad to work out before going to sleep? 35:36
How much equipment do you really need? 43:02
Addressing size and strength imbalances: 46:14
Are pulling and pushing exercises enough for the shoulders? 52:23
How many sets of pull-ups do I do weekly? 59:32
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