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11 Things I’ve Learnt About High Intensity Training

Lawrence Neal

1. Cadence doesn’t matter After reading Body By Science and starting high intensity strength training for the first time, I made a conscious effort to maintain a specific cadence during all exercises. I started doing 10/10 and then experimented with 5/5 after reading Occam’s Protocol in The 4-Hour Body by Tim Ferriss (seeking quick unachievable …

Bodyweight High Intensity Training Part 4 (with a twist)

Bodyweight High Intensity Training Journey

Well … that was horrible. If I do another push-up, I feel like my shoulders are going to tear off my torso … This is Part 4 of a series of posts to journal my current training regime. Here’s Part 1-3: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Today I did Project Kratos condensed workout A with …

Bodyweight High Intensity Training – Project: Kratos Workout Part 3

Kratos - God of War

Hahahahah I just had to re-write this entire post because I read 2:02 minutes as 202 seconds and thought I’d doubled by push-up TUL (doubled my reps/performance) … WOW … I know right. This is Part 3 of a series of posts documenting my bodyweight high intensity training journey using Project Kratos from Drew Baye. …

Bodyweight High Intensity Training – Project: Kratos Workout Part 2

Lawrence Neal

Dang. That was tough. I just finished my second Project Kratos workout following my return from a week of debauchery. For more context on this experiment and my full regimen, check out Part 1. I attempted to complete a full Kratos workout (modified slightly since Part 1): TSC neck extension TSC neck flexion Push-up Chin-up …

Bodyweight High Intensity Training – Project: Kratos Workout Part 1

Lawrence Neal

Since moving to Ireland and leaving my beloved MedX machines behind (Kieser London and Physical Culture), I decided to embrace a minimalist routine. Drew Baye’s Project Kratos was the obvious choice and came highly recommended (Steve Maxwell and Skyler Tanner are big fans). Not only did this make sense because there are no “good” training machines …