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We are all Kevin and Perry!

14/10/2009

This picture is worth 1,000 words…this is a perfect representation of all our bodies…

Kevin and Perry - they won't do it unless they absolutely positively HAVE to!

If you ask Kevin and Perry nicely to clean their rooms a million times, they will ignore you million times.

The same goes for all our bodies.  If you do a million nice easy tricep kickbacks, your bingo-wings will also ignore you.

Our bodies won’t change unless they absolutely positively HAVE to!  And the way to convince them they have to, is to progressively push them harder and harder until they do change.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. 18/10/2009 12:22 pm

    I seem to be getting the biggest changes in muscle tone than I’ve ever experienced (including in my younger days when I played rugby at a high level) by NOT isolating muscles too much, and instead doing ‘bigger’ movements that bring many muscles into play at the same time.

    In your experience, is there a scientific reason for this?

    I must admit, my diet is also better than it has ever been in my whole life, too.

  2. 19/10/2009 1:16 am

    I’m afraid i dont have any scientific evidence for why this is the case (but i agree with you totally)…so i’ve put “my” reasons behind why its the case in the post called “Movement and Variety: Why bigger is better!”.
    Let me know what you think and if you agree or not 🙂

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