- Heavy leg press (3x6reps)
- Leg extension (3x8reps; 1 leg at a time, alternate)
- Squat jump (3x10reps)
- 1legDL (3x8reps; use DB or KB)
- 4x6reps MB Lunge/Slamball (6 lunge steps, 6 slamball…do that 4x; w/ Slammer ball, ass-2-grass squat)
Finish: 15 min Mobility, Stretch
JMFD’s comment with the “diet focus” is the perfect example.
“Focus on diet this week – fruits, vegetables, lean meats, eggs, nuts, sea-food – nutrient dense food. Avoid any junk this week.”
When we are crushing endurance at furnace-like temps it probably matters less…but when just toolin’ around..it adds up.
Real food, adequate for activity level, prepared by hand…is the only detox there is.
I particularly like this part:
“A search of the medical literature for clinical studies of detox kits provides the following result:
No Items Found
There is no credible evidence to demonstrate that detox kits do anything at all.”
The liver and kidneys constantly remove toxins. Those that aren’t removed can be stored in fat tissue (adipose) to protect vital organs.
As a storage compartment for lipophilic Persistent Organic Pollutants, Adispose Tissue plays a critical role in the toxicokinetics of a variety of drugs and pollutants, in particular, POPs. By sequestering POPs, AT can protect other organs and tissues from POPs overload. However, this protective function could prove to be a threat in the long run. The accumulation of lipophilic POPs will increase total body burden. These accumulated POPs are slowly released into the bloodstream, and more so during weight loss. Thus, AT constitutes a continual source of internal exposure to POPs. (Toxicological Function of Adipose Tissue: Focus on Persistent Organic Pollutants, LaMerrill, 2012).
So the only way to be better off is just to put as few toxins in as possible!
Food is your medicine. Check out recipes at foodasrx.