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Hooked up on HundredPushups

Like the drop carves the stone, Rob Conery’s tweets about his pushups convinced me to try the HundredPushups program. What is this program about: you do a startup test, with this results you start a training program. After 6 weeks of training 3 times a week you should be able to do 100 consecutive pushups. Rob also started a twitter challenge you can take part and this seems to have become the ALT.NET-ian trend of the moment: yesterday evening I did the test and I got the do 15 pushups. Next monday I’ll start week...

Make yourself as indestructible as possible (cit. Mark Twight)

Last week I found at a bookshop here in Wellington a book I had been looking for since a few years: Extreme Alpinism: Climbing Fast, Light and High This book was written by Mark Twight, "Punk Climber" in the '80s, and now President of Grivel North America (for those how are not into mountain climbing, Grivel is one of the best alpine tool factory in the World). And the book is about training for mountain climbing. I'm reading it now and I just found a sentence that I want to share: The goal of training for alpine climbing can be summed up in...