As mentioned recently, one of my goals for 2019 is to bring my old YouTube channel back to life. This is still a work in progress, but I am happy to announce that I uploaded eight videos in January. This is more than I did in the whole of 2018. I hope to save momentum, but first let me provide some additional information about the last two videos.
Neck training with ribbons
After a recent video about group training, I received a few questions about neck training. With this in mind, I created the following video below. However, after the publication of the update, I continue to receive questions about which size ranges to use.
I personally use the 41-inch middle group from Iron Woody Fitness, but I’d be more likely to suggest a small or mini-group for neck training. I just got an average group when creating a video. You really don't need much resistance for this exercise, though.
Low-tech, high-performance strength training
I also recently shared a video on strength training, where I demonstrated a variety of high-tech tools. Some of the tools are commercial, while most of them are homemade. I will first share the video, and then provide links with additional information about the hardware.
Portable mine – I saw a lot of questions about the first exercise. I perform this movement with a portable mine device. Close-up image can be seen below. I bought it for about $ 40 on Amazon. I was about 2 years old and it was great.
Heavy Medicine Ball – As for the pharmacy ball the size of a monster, it is homemade. You can find the past entry here.
Bag for throwing – The big bag I saw, throwing about 35 seconds into the video, is also home. Refer to this past entry for more information.
Ball Tornado – The rough ball tornado was also featured on a blog earlier. You can find instructions for creating your own here.
Monster Tire – Finally, the monster tires used for turning over and as a sledgehammer and rebound medication the ball was purchased for free. In this recording you will find information on how to purchase and use a similar tire.
Thus, I plan to regularly update my YouTube channel. I will also share similar videos on Facebook and reduced versions on Instagram. If there is something specific that you would like to see, feel free to email me with suggestions.
“Every day you invent yourself. You're always on the move. But you decide every day: forward or back. " – James Altucher