I just got my ass kicked during the brutal Jersey Shore Challenge conditioning circuit.
Pauly Reddick of course verbally abuses me and I used my bread and butter to redeem myself: The Pull Up.
The Peg Board, well, that's another story.
I tried this when I first got to their gym and it was rough. AFTER the workout, somehow, someway, I got it a bit.
A little practice and I can kick that peg board's ass.
I am inspired by Vision Quest, a movie that shows my age.
Check The Video and Challenge Here:
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One of the reasons my pull ups have always been a strong point for me is regular practice. I've been working this exercise since age 13.
Every time I passed a pull up bar I would bang out a few reps.
This is called practice workouts or "GTG" aka Grease the Groove.
Try GTG with any bodyweight exercise. I like hitting these in 2 - 4 week training cycles, usually 5 days a week, anywhere from 1 - 3 times a day.
No one said getting strong was easy. Ya gotta put in the work, hence the name, "working out".
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