On Day 79, you'll continue the unilateral training you did yesterday, but today you'll implement this training technique into a tough chest and back workout. Using only one side of your body to do the movements will require you to recruit a lot of motor units. You'll also need a bit more core stability. It's a great way to make your body work overtime throughout this last week!
Following the same pattern as he did for the last 11 weeks, Gethin works even harder today than he has any other day. You should do the same!
Day 79 Chest and Back
Watch The Video - 13:03
- Perform all the reps on one arm before moving to the next arm.
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I woke up dragging ass but as the day progressed and post workout, I became alive. Today’s workout entailed DTPXtreme Unilateral Antagonistic Supersets for chest and back. On the drive to Elixir Fitness, I knew I had to make the pain spill out of my soul in order to see how far I could go. It was to be my last chest and back workout. I had to carry hate within me.
I pushed my aggression into my cavity and let it grow from inside of me until I felt the blood pour through my veins, under my skin and then to the outside. I darkened any light of faith and wedged my chest and back muscles open to the spilling of my physical fate. I pushed all of my voids into exile and filled them with my backs expansion and my chests exposure.
As the years pass, I witness more counterfeits trying to lift the weight of intention. Instead, they all become entrapped by their own apprehension. Their surface shows weakness and they no longer hide behind glimpses of their reflection, snapping images of themselves between sets, assuming their position to pose and attention to hair adjustments. The environment doesn’t control me. It’s as hollow for me to understand as the hole in the ozone layer - it’s pollution. I don’t expose myself to it. I don’t breathe it in. Instead, I stay under the surface in the gym to rise above it all when I’m outside of it. I keep my head down. I like to the intensity and fear of Yate’s Temple Gym, Neil Hills Dungeon, and the cranking muscle outages in MetroFlex Gym I used to endure with Branch. I carry it with me. I wont be deterred from who I am and what I will become.