There's tons of content. Search arm wrestling, devon larratt, that'll bring up some of his past matches to get an idea of the heavy weight class of the sport.Do you have a link?
I just want to make clear, that any arm wrestling link that I post, this is your warning. I will not ever guarantee any arm wrestling content is family friendly, absolutely no way.... Unlike the WWF or WWE which is toned down for family friendly consumption, elite arm wrestling is extremely vulgar and not suitable for family friendly entertainment, although I haven't seen any promotion or approval of Pride agenda in arm wrestling, so compare that with Disney.
1. [5 +2+ (two or maybe more; at least two more)]
2. [4 +1-2]
Have you ever felt physically off, even weak, but still set a new personal record?I anticipate something like two or three reps, the way I feel now, in the first set. Meaning I don't feel strong.
I just think that how you feel is on one side, and what you can do is on the other, and sometimes they coincide, and sometimes they don't, and there's never any reason to expect any rhyme or reason for it. They're just two separate things.Have you ever felt physically off, even weak, but still set a new personal record?
I did that several times when I used to sprint hills. I later found out that I was sapping my adrenal glands and was "over-training."
But I still don't understand how I was able to set new personal bests several times while feeling weak. Weird.
Came across a study a couple of months ago that showed coffee loses its effects after drinking it for 7 straight days, then regains its effects after abstaining for 7 days. Lost that link. Should have saved it.Caffeine is a PED (performance enhancing drug). I know this because I'm on forums with people who don't think PEDs are inherently immoral or unethical or anything; just dangerous, like guns, and fast cars, and certain breeds of dog; analogically.
Interesting. So like you build up a tolerance to it, but withdrawal is pretty quick.Came across a study a couple of months ago that showed coffee loses its effects after drinking it for 7 straight days, then regains its effects after abstaining for 7 days. Lost that link. Should have saved it.
*Meh* He's right but taking it kind of weird...You can take a day or two off a week, that's just good policy.Came across some weight training guru who teaches lifting heavy weights, like you mentioned, but only 1 day per week. He has studies that show how micro-tears in muscles from lifting, need rest more than anything else for recuperation and strength building.
I threw away my weights and now only do body weight exercises like military burpees, planking, push-ups, bear crawls and crab walks.
I haven't had a single injury since I made the switch.
The more I do it, the more I'm going to just say the second day is different. It's not harder, not easier, just different. Different feeling. I'm reading that I need to be careful with electrolytes getting beyond like two days straight, so I'm trying to figure out that one.Was day 2 the hardest again?
Looking forward to tomorrow.300 LBS
1. 5, 0 rnr
2. 2, 1 rnr (I'm pretty sure I could not have done a 4th rep without form failure)
There's never any shame in stopping. As we've agreed to before, even if we just skip, and do no sets and lift no weights that day, we're still only just a week behind. Injury, leads to months of lost progress. It's always a smart bet to stop rather than continue if it means risking injury.My biggest enemy was my ego telling me to keep going when I should have stopped.