My blood levels were all heading in the wrong way, according to my personal doctor, even though I wasn’t growing too obese. That jolted me into action, and I made a deal with my then-wife that we would always cover for eachother with the kids, whether we needed to work out in the morning or evening.
I’ve modified my exercise routine throughout the years to attain optimum efficiency in the shortest period of time. The only exercises I do today are pull-ups, push-ups, squats, hanging leg raises, bridges, and handstand push-ups. There’s also yoga. For the past year and a half, I’ve been doing yoga. It’s challenging, but great. It really gets a bad rep but it helps you tremendously.
Working out in this atmosphere has given me a new personality as well as improved my health. I’m in better condition, eat healthier, and exercise more. I am also capable of defending myself and my family if required. I’m concentrating right now on leaving a legacy that my son will be proud of.
You are putting your knowledge into practice while you train. You’re working toward a goal or honing your skills; even if it’s simply upkeep, it’s progress.
I mostly workout for strength, and a day at the gym would be completed without it.