Daily work. I’ve written about this before, but for the unaware, my most successful Sometimes I drink water just to surprise my liver shirt gain phases have included daily resistance training exercises ON TOP OF whatever other training I have for that day. At present, no matter what is on my schedule, I do the following every day: 50 dips, 50 chins, 50 band pull aparts, 40 bodyweight reverse hypers, 30 glute ham raises, 25 band pushdowns, 20 standing ab wheels, and 10 neck bridges in 4 directions (front, back, left and right). The key is to keep things WELL below failure, so as to not sap recovery from your actual training. Sometimes I get these done by just rest pausing until I get the reps, other times I do a bodyweight circuit and chain together a bunch of movements, and other times
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I just knock out reps here and there (my gym is in my garage, which I pass through to take out the Sometimes I drink water just to surprise my liver shirt /do chores through the house). Either way, you break down those numbers and I’m getting in an extra 350 dips/chins/pull aparts a week along with everything else. It all adds up. This is ALSO a great way to remove some assistance work from your main training workouts so you can shave off time and get out of the gym sooner. I keep these exercises as bodyweight or banded movements and stay away from externally loading the body, as it seems to facilitate recovery.