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If you read Chris' most recent posts on going out alone, there is a great exercise mentioned called 0-100 where in the club, it's okay NOT to do the whole talking to anybody and everybody to stay social IF you are able to get into "state" in the "zone" whatever you want to call it in a heartbeat once you meet a chica you like. This really hit home for me as on one hand, being social does work, once you open your mouth and chat to whoever, you get your social juices flowing so that once you see that dime piece, it'll be a lot easier to talk to her. But there are just some days, I personally don't give a fuck about anybody else and would rather chill out in the corner, creep a little bit and ONLY chat up the ones I wanna fuck. In fact, during the day, this is even more important because unless you are in an area where there are ongoing streams of chick traffic like in Manhattan, there are gonna be downtimes where there aint shit to do. So because of this, I want to practice this 0-100 exercise much more frequently than was mentioned in the exercise to be able to snap into zone in a blink and the best comparison I could think of were sprinters. So I started researching what successful sprinters do and will start incorporating a lot of their lifestyle into mine. Here's what I found along with links below:
"To truly excel at sprinting, you'll need be disciplined, following a regular workout routine. You'll also need to make sure you're running in a way that uses your energy efficiently, and that your body is in good shape overall. In combination, these three factors can mean achieving speeds you may have never thought yourself capable of."
For most of us here, this should be easy but a good reminder that it'll be easier to do 0-100 if you're in good shape and exercise on a regular basis. As for the using energy efficiently, for me the equates to good body language. If you're slouched over with your beer and have low energy (due to creeping), it'll be more of a challenge if you're sitting or preferably standing up straight and strong.
Small detail but still very important. I've done close to a 1000 approaches by now in my life and I still can get in my head and trip out when I stop a random chick on the street. Remembering to breathe and almost meditate while the chick is talking has helped me chill out to relax.
I then found this article on the top sprinters and the topic of "fast twitch muscle fibers" came up:
"Your body recruits muscle fibers based on the force demands placed upon it. If the force demands from an exercise are less, you'll use more slow-twitch fibers. The greater the intensity—meaning percentage of your one-rep max, not just how strenuous an exercise feels—the more you'll tap into fast-twitch fibers."
and also fatiguing your slow twitch muscles:
"Make this principle work for you throughout a workout by keeping your workout density high. Here's what I mean: An athlete who takes 2 hours to perform 15 sets has low density, while an athlete who performs 15 sets in 30 minutes has extremely high density. By shortening your rest periods on traditional bodybuilding days, your slow-twitch muscle fibers will fatigue much sooner and fast-twitch muscle fiber recruitment will skyrocket. "
The doctor who wrote the article says it's good to make 1 of your 3 workouts a heavy training day that could possible look like this:
"Make Fast-Twitch Fibers a Priority
The existing evidence strongly supports the conclusion that heavy lifting and muscle fatigue largely dictate the recruitment of fast-twitch muscle fibers. To put these principles into action, perform a heavy training day every 2-3 workouts. A good training split for a given body part could look like this:
"Fast-twitch muscle fibers have the most potential for growth. To grow these fibers you have to lift heavy and explode in movement."
"Train with 55-82.5 percent of your 1RM in a core barbell movement, and perform each rep as explosively as possible through the full range of motion. This small mental cue will help your brain to rope more fast-twitch fibers into play."
Going back to the first article link I posted, eating healthy and staying hydrated were also mentioned. Pretty obvious but for me personally, my takeaway is similar to how Chris said he has a pre-club routine where he worked out and had a healthy shake, I'd make sure to have ate healthy earlier in the day and have a cup of water with me in the club/bar/outside during the day to stay hydrated. Shit, that's a simple yet effective tip I never really did a lot. Just having water AT ALL TIMES when I'm out and about creepin.
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