Spit and piss blood at your own demise

Right before writing this email I did one of my morning training routines. 

It’s pretty harsh and rough. I do burpees with kettlebells. 125 or 150 reps, depending on which day of the week or program it is. Needless to say, as much as I do not want to train when I wake up, that’s still my preferred exercising time. When I’m up, I’m training and then I’m ‘done’ for the day as far as *one* of my necessities go [if you remember back to yesterday’s email I have several necessities or mandatories which I need to do. Training is just but one of them]. 

Usually the training goes pretty smooth. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still extremely tough, but I get by. You see, I do not believe in the philosophy of pushing myself to the limit for every single training session. I do not believe in the whole ‘vomit and piss blood’ scheme or whatever the newest training porn statement or badge of honor is. 

If anything it is stupid. 


If I train 70% maximum capacity 6–7 days per week, I get more repetitions in than one who trains at 90% [I don’t think anyone really gets to 100% ever, and I don’t even think I’ve been there myself. Perhaps one time or so] 3–5 days a week. Over time that compounds. And do not mean to tell me you can train at 90% every time you train. That’s just not realistic and not how your body works. But if you routinely train at 70% capacity quite frequently, you have a higher chance of pushing past your own self-imposed limits far more often. 


And now, let’s extrapolate and use this in real life as far as Time and Energy is preserved. 

Especially Time and Energy Protection [TEP]. 

You see, if I train like this I build up my Energy storages. I am able to generate Energy from within. Just by already being in good shape. This is what the diehard training nut gym rats do not understand. 

By always pushing themselves pas their limits, they have no other life than training, sleeping and eating. And, I’ve been there. It’s quite a miserable life, really. 

You do not feel like you have time or energy to do anything else. 

Because you spend so much energy working on what is supposed to give you near unlimited energy [the irony writes itself on the wall]. 

Do not fall victim to this whole ‘bro liftin’ raw steak’ trend or whatever it’s called. Train at 70% or so capacity. That doesn’t mean you’re lazy, it means you are smart. Especially with your Time and Energy. 

After all, why is it called at 100 YARD dash? 

Do you think these guys could run with such explosive power and speed for tens of miles? Unless they’re on roids, they do not stand a chance. 

Look at the Marathon sprinters. They’re able to run for long distances at a lower capacity. Now, I personally think they look quite scrawny, and I’d prefer the bodily composition of a Usain Bolt or someone such. But I can still get that physique AND work out at 70% percent every single time I do so. 

Over Time I shall win. 

Over Time I shall garnish and gather more Energy than the diehard gym rat brolifters. 

Anyway, I think you get the message. 

In whatever you do, train and work at 70% every day so that you’re able to do so for virtually the rest of your life. Life *is* a Marathon, not a sprint. 

This is how *I* teach you Time and Energy Protection [TEP]. 

Speaking of me and teaching TEP, if you’d like to learn more about how to save Time and Energy, you’d perhaps appreciate the book I’ve released on the matter. 

It’s quite valuable and filled with so many tips and tricks that I’ve learned over the years. It clocks in at a fat 28 pages of golden wisdom. 

Yeah I know it sounds cringe, but hey, I actually believe in what I do. 

Therefore I have no problems using a cliché here and there. 


Click the following link and follow instructions accordingly; www.aaryningen.com

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