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6-19-2010 @ 9:21AM
@glar: Thanks for sharing! A good bit of why that routine works is because of the isometric intra-abdominal contractions (we tend to be weak through the core because we spend so much time sitting), combined with the isometric holds of our various radial parts (arms, legs, head). A lot of the positions you describe also make leverage work against you, so that just the weight of the arm or leg being held is enough to challenge the muscles.Good stuff, for sure. I can see this being an excellent companion session to some of my more traditional workouts. :-)
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