ABT - Always Practice (Seriously, Never Stop)

ABT – Always Practice (Seriously, Never Stop)

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Professional climbers live an enchanted life. It’s not because they get paid to travel the world climbing in exotic locations and eating free protein bars. This is because they don’t have to work, so they can spend all their time training. We 9-5ers are stuck in a catch-22. We all want to climb 5.16, but we don’t have time to get there because of our jobs. Well, let me let you in on a little secret: you can practice rock climbing all day with these simple exercises. Do them all the time whenever you can, and before you know it, someone will be knocking on your door and looking to sponsor you.



A form of public transport in which standing is permitted.

The description

The average American spends 25.4 minutes commuting to and from work each day, and some people spend more than an hour one way. Use public transport to get to work: it’s better for the environment and gives you the opportunity to exercise. Most city trains and buses offer standing room, and those that always have it have some sort of bar or strap to hold on to. It’s your gym. Reach and grab it with both hands and start doing pull-ups. Repeat to failure, being careful to audibly count the reps and growl loudly when you tire. If done correctly, you will train the pulling muscles essential to our sport, everyone will see how strong you are, and maybe a cutie will even give you her number, and you will buy a Sprinter and you will marry.


As you become more adept at these drills, you can begin to incorporate more difficult maneuvers such as forward levers and flags, which engage more muscle groups and push further into your companions’ personal space. of travel. At expert level, try adding a hat or cup on the floor that spectators can place money in. It is non-taxable income.


If you can afford groceries, then you can shop! If you can’t, then you may already be a professional climber. Photo: Arthur Hamill


A plastic, paper or cloth shopping bag filled with groceries.

The description

This is a good one for city dwellers. Just go to the store, do your shopping and take it home. The trick to making this a climber-specific workout is to adjust your grip. Normally we carry bags with the meat in our hands, but for this exercise you need to let the handles of the bag slide down until you are holding them with your fingertips. This will lead to the crucial position of the open hand grip.


The standard version of this exercise engages your four main fingers other than the thumb. In order to practice more specifically, try using different finger combinations instead. You can eliminate your little finger. You can use two finger grips like your middle and index fingers. True advanced can even drop it to one finger. To increase the difficulty, buy more milk or stay away from the grocery store. Move only one block further at first, then increase the distance one more block every few months as you adjust to the training load, being careful not to move so far that you’re getting closer to a different grocery store – as with any workout routine, consistency C is key. Always use multiple bags as you add more jugs of milk to avoid bag failure, which ends the training session and forces you to spend money on a taxi.

Ab Blasters Office Chair


A desk job.

The description

If the aerobic VHS tapes of the 90s have taught us anything, it’s that you can get strong, beach-ready abs in just eight minutes a day, so imagine how ripped your heart would be if you trained it. eight hours a day. At first glance, your ergonomic office chair might not look like a killer core trainer, but let me blow your mind: you can train your core anywhere. All you have to do is squeeze your abdominal muscles as hard as you can. Start by trying to keep your abs tight for as long as it takes to send a funny cat photo to everyone on your team. Once you’ve mastered this, see if you can hold it while you write a passive-aggressive note to whoever ate your Fage yogurts out of the fridge. Your goal is to work up to tightening your abs from the time you clock in until you come out eight hours later. Your co-workers will think you’re bursting with rage over the recently announced changes to the company’s 401k plan as you turn red and sweat from the strain – they don’t know you’re just putting the ‘training’ in the ‘working day’. ” Warning: If you perform this exercise too aggressively, you risk pooping your pants.


For a more challenging core workout, lift your legs straight off your chair and try holding them there for eight hours while you explain to your co-workers that sitting kills us all. To challenge other muscle groups, contract them as well. For a really intense full-body workout, curl up in a ball under your desk and contract all your muscles as hard as you can. Tell HR you’re fine and insist you don’t need to see a counselor because you’re feeling the burn.


Q: Can’t I use kettlebells instead of shopping bags?
A: Ha! Good luck finding a grocery store that sells kettlebells.

Q: Is cycling an effective training?
A: For the Tour de France.

Q: Should I replace my chair with a yoga ball?
A: They are perfect for training your colleagues to laugh at you behind your back.

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