At 6:47 he says he "loves this metaphor" but then proceeds to say how stuff in your past is like a carving on a sapling (a simile) Was this an intentional error for the video (because it's about mistakes) or an honest mistake?
+Clayton Carson Oh dear, I didn't ask for that level an explanation, and also stated "reached the stage where I have no clue what you're on about.", closely followed by "in my eyes"- Implying an opinion, and not a factual explanation.
I think a funny follow up topic would be how would each ticket sling mud at the other? What kinds of things would they highlight to try and derail their opponents? There must be some options for both sides here.
Nice vid, I'm glad I watched it before having to do this workout in a few days. I definitely won't go into it with a "recovery" mindset. I've done that a few times in the past and it always makes things that much harder when you aren't expecting it.
Nice vid. I loved this workout but I also went too low with my numbers the first time. I did find it hard to keep the same number for every workout because on exercises like the staggered hands push ups or the vaulter pull ups, I was content with my set number but then on exercises like the wide push ups I did like 5 extra cause it just wasn't enough (I probably could have done 10 more on top of that with the time I had). Finding the right number can actually be kinda tough.
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