As you know, i spent some hours on the road, driving from NJ to Kentucky.
On the way I stopped in Ohio, hung out with AJ Roberts and Jim Wendler, and, of course, had to train on the way home so check out the footage I snagged for you guys while in Ohio, training at The Elite FTS Compound.
I also spoke recovery, health and MORE training with JL Holdsworth.
JL actually trained at the original Westside Barbell Club in Ohio back when it was a crowded 800 sq ft garage and I was told by many, that JL was the strongest guy they had ever met.
JL explained it to differently to me though, and said although strong in the weight room was one thing, if he was to get into a street fight he probably woulda pulled every muscle in his body.
Now he is focused on performance AND strength, so health is critical for him, as it should be to you.
When a guy like JL talks, you should listen.
Here's the short workout I cranked while at The EFS Compound.
1) Flat Dumbbell Bench 115 lbs 2 x 5 reps
2A) weighted dips: worked up to 80 lb chains 2 x 5 reps
2B) weighted pull ups: worked up to 80 lb chains 2 x 5 reps
3) standing rope pulls: 4 x
I was operating on very little sleep, a 3 hr car ride and 8 hrs of driving ahead of me, it was a short workout, just enough for a lil' "work" and back on the road again.
Got comments / questions about the gym, the video or the article?
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PS: Next week Joe DeFranco and I begin recording and will use all the questions you guys sent me regarding the business development questions. This will be a CD, Manual kit, with possibility of video.
PPS: I've had MANY dudes roll through my USC Certification and only a few months later, POW, they are living their dream and have opened their own high profit - low overhead gym.