The best results?
Are you sure about that?
Have you tried other training methods?
The best results in what? Strength and Size?
What about flexibility, breathe control, cardiovascular endurance, strength endurance, agility, balance, body composition, body fat%, core strength, and stability...you may very well be inferior in all these components.
The truth is, it takes more than 2-3 days to train these components.
Also important, whats your reason for exercise?
Ask yourself that.
Now ask yourself, why did the first man exercise? What is the original reason of exercise? Is that reason lost? When you go into a gym, it is hard to recognize what the true reason for physical training is. Everyone is so full of **** these days... modern training has lost its roots.
The truth is, the history of physical training, or working out, is based on WAR. Ancient warriors would train so they would be prepared to protect themselves, their families and their property from attack. Their training was not so much about looking better, but performing better. I think modern day exercisers should take this cue from Ancient Warriors.
This guy was trained to KILL YOU.
You work out twice a week. The days you rest, sit on the couch and watch TV...theres someone out there training 4-5 days more than you in preparation to kill you as you rest.
If you were unfit, you didn't survive! That's how it was back in 1300 in Puerto Rico with Tainos, even in more accient times of the Greeks and the Chinese. Training, and getting the physical improvements from training, was not about looking good in spandex or taking your shirt off at the beach. Their motivation for training was nothing less than SURVIVAL.
Imagine workout out as if your life depended on it. I really mean that.
Forget about what the bodybuilding community tells you about training muscles. Exercise is really about movement. Two types of movement really... The movement of your own body AND the movement of objects.
I see you do your squats, various olympic lifts and pullups, that's GREAT. I love those exercises.
Bodyweight calisthenics are the best way to train your body to move in the way it most naturally moves. Every movement of the body can be trained and improved with bodyweight exercises. On the other hand, dumbbells or kettlebells are the best ways to train the body to move objects. Just like an Ancient Warrior, combining bodyweight and dumbbell workouts are the best way to build a strong, attractive and functional body.
I understand quality over quanity. Yes. I apply that to my fitness.
Sometimes less is NOT more. Sometimes less is just less.
People seem to spend a lot of time and energy trying to AVOID the one thing they often need more of which is time on task.
For example, when I start my boxing session; I shadowbox my life away in 5-6 rounds. That means I act like as if I'm fighting and giving it all my energy. By the time I spar, I'm so tired that can an old lady can beat me up with the ammount of energy I have. That's my secret. Because when I come back the next day, my body is prepared physically and mentality to do demage. Why? I trained my stamina and muscular endurance to a level that I raise the peak every time. Its doable, so why not do it?
I tell you what, the biggest complement I get in my gym is my foot and hand speed, time, swiftness but most important is my endurance.
I sparr 4 times a week.
Everyday I sparr 3 men, 3 rounds each for a total of 9 rounds.
I continue my workout after that, hitting the bag, hitting the pads with my training, speed bag, working under the rope, skipping rope, 250 pull ups, 600 push ups...whatever it may be, it's just for the reason I'm training for...these are simply workouts because theres fighter's in my gym who do more than I do and at a higher quality.
It's not just related to boxing, I use to be a strength and conditioning assistant to the Manhattan Jaspers, D1 basketball team in the MAAC. They do what you do in a week times 2 in a their monday workout routine. Theres a reason why they're D1 athletes, theres a reason why I'm an amatuer boxer, and theres a reason why you're blobman.