- Report Post
- Posted: Sun, 02 Dec 2012 23:52:24 +0000
Having been in wrestling since i was tiny, i don't like having to admit this, strength training always focused on how to gain as much strength with changing weight as little as possible. There's a difference between strength and muscle, sure you can lift more if you're bigger but you're probably not that much more proportionately stronger. that's why I'm not advising weight training till later. Also don't stop at 50 push ups, get into 100 and start doing different variations like learning how to do a handstand or a planche push up.
Oh cool, do you still wrestle?
Ah I see, well that's some pretty sound advice. Planche pushups looks crazy but I'm sure with practice, I'll be able to get there. I honestly can't wait to get started. I'll have to wait until tomorrow.