There’s nothing more motivating than watching SEALs in action like the bada**es they are. The only easy day was yesterday–but you can train today to make tomorrow easier.
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Question: Coach, I’m doing alright with my arm strength for my pullups but my hands get really tired. Do you have any ways I could make them stronger?
Answer: While having good upper body strength is needed for pull-ups, your hand strength is almost more important because you can only go as long as they’ll let you. We’ve put together an article full of great tips about how you can improve your grip strength.
Question: Coach Brad–Thanks for all your really awesome posts. I have a question. I’ve been working hard for the last 6 months or so and I’ve gotten great gains and lost a bunch of weight. But lately I can’t seem to get past where I am and I feel like I’m going backwards. I’ve tried pushing harder but I still can’t break through this wall. Do you have any suggestions?
Answer: Glad to hear you’re finding the articles helpful. You might be overtraining. It’s easy to do and even easier to do when you’re at a plateau. Going harder isn’t always better and can even lead to injury. Make sure you’re getting in plenty of rest and recovery and that your sleep is also good quality. Nutrition is a big part of training, so make sure you’re focusing on that, too. For more information check out this article–How to Know if You’re Overtraining.
Training like a bada** also means making sure you have an awesome foundation of nutrition.
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