Turning the Aisle into a Gym


Dr Charles Van Der HorstVia Running Down a Dream : Remember the in-flight exercises we mentioned a while back? Infectious diseases specialist Dr Charles Van Der Horst takes that a step further; using the aeroplane's aisle for lunges, push-ups and crunches (followed by a sponge bath using several of the steamed towels). Brilliant.


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New Routine.

Down to 3 sessions per week.

3 Weeks of Conditioning.For the next few weeks I'll be operating as a tourist guide, showing my parents some of the UK. The combination of castles, ruined cathedrals and summer sun proved too tempting (photo ops abound). So it looks like a bit of bodyweight conditioning for a while.
Training for the Planche.

Up for a challenge?

Finally, a Wider Bar.Over the past few months I've managed to obtain a combination of standard and olympic weight plates and bars. (The standard stuff came with the bench). Gradually I'm using the standard stuff for less and less, primarily to keep the amount of plate-changing to a minimum.
Mixed Combat Conditioning Footage.

Time to add a few more cards to that muscled sleeve of yours?



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