✅ everyone said session was too hard
✅ at-home session can be too hard
✅ I don’t need to prove this
✅ stop trying to prove this
✅ seeing people in non-gym is better*
✅ did I mention non-gym can be too hard?
Especially among my clients who are coaches or more advanced athletes, I suspected they thought limited equipment workouts couldn’t be challenging. So I overdid it a little 🤣🤣🤣.
*In every single video appointment, I identified some incorrect, mistakenly-performed, or less-productively-performed exercises which we would’ve never corrected without me seeing the client in his or her home scenario. Emphasis on ME SEEING THEM. It’s educated me on the fact that I should’ve utilized video conference once or twice for in-person clients previously anyway; and that, although THEM SEEING ME or seeing other instructional videos is beneficial, it isn’t anywhere near as valuable as a professional assessing them.
The video (here: https://www.instagram.com/p/B97uQ1gjck_/) is some more overdoing. To put things in perspective, I weigh 260lbs.
To put the video into perspective:
The single leg RDL w/ hand assist I did last week with a 250lb dumbbell x 3, and a 150lb dumbbell for multiple sets of 12 reps. A week before that I did stagger stance RDL with 455. I’ve taken near 600 for a ride on standard deadlifts, and more on rack pull.
So, yeah, I’d say bands can get it done.