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Download 50 Greyskull Approved Conditioning Workouts for the Modern Viking

50 Greyskull Approved Conditioning Workouts for the Modern Viking

📚 50 Greyskull Approved Conditioning Workouts for the Modern Viking
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StrengthVillain.com © 2011 Villain Publishing 2 Introduction This book has been created out of a growing number of requests for “Greyskull Approved” conditioning drills. I have written and spoken at length about the trend in existence today for people to “condition for the sake of conditioning”. I am a firm believer in having your conditioning work fit your individual goals. I believe that sports competitors are best suited by practicing their sport as their primary “conditioning”. Strength training needs to form the base of any solid strength and conditioning program. It is going to have the biggest global effect on one’s ability to perform well at a given task. The workouts presented in this book are designed to accompany a solid strength training program, not to take the place of one. That being said, these workouts are ones that I feel “make sense” for someone looking to get in all around better “shape” get their “wind up” and to use in conjunction with a well designed and implemented strength training program and diet to bring about a more favorable body composition, i.e. not be a lard ass. Most would be well suited to apply my ten-minute rule to the workouts in this book. If the drill will take you longer than ten minutes to complete, then record what you are able to get done in that amount of time, and try to accomplish more on the next attempt (This obviously applies to those workouts that feature a set amount of work for you to get through). Once you can complete it all in ten minutes, then work on progressively bringing the time down. I want you to work very hard for a sustained period of time. One’s ability to perform with the amount of intensity I like to see and have found to be necessary to bring about the types of progress that people want from their training begins to diminish rapidly after the ten-minute mark in my experience. This also brings up the age-old question of whether one would rather look like a sprinter or a marathon runner. Most will inevitably say they’d rather look like the sprinter (at least most who will read this book)