I’ve spent a good bit talking about feelings, lately, which is weird because I don’t like to talk about my feelings all that much. I do it, but I don’t like it. Yet I’ve never had a problem talking about enjoying something, nor about why I enjoy it.
Yesterday, in between sets with my kettlebell, I picked up my sledgehammer and had a little fun, and I don’t mind talking about why at all.
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Why some who embrace the Barbarian idea also don’t hang out at the gym
Something I’ve seen is that when someone embraced the idea of being a Barbarian in our modern world, their mindsets often change as well. Not always, but often.
They begin to not just embrace the attitude of the Barbarian, but their sense of aesthetics starts to change. They come to value things we often associate with barbarians like Conan.
And when it comes to unconventional training, it really seems that kind of training is perfect for those wanting to embrace the aesthetic.
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People today are busy. I get that. While I have more flexibility built into my day than most people, I’m fairly business too. I have a day job, here, and some other projects that I’m working on.
Because of that busy nature we all exist in, it’s important that we make the most out of our training time. That means we want the best bang for our buck.
That means you may want to look at Tabata training.
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It’s damn sure not because of the lucrative sponsorships I’m not likely to get.
Barbells and dumbbells are cool and all plus, they work great. After all, there’s a reason that pretty much every strength athlete out there uses them to some degree in their training.
If you’ve been reading here for a while, then you know I’ve spent my time with them as well, and I respect them for what all they do.
Yet, despite that, I’m actually a sucker for unconventional training methods. Why is that?
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