idiot lenny's indo board pushup failure

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idiot lenny's indo board pushup failure

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This is really embarrassing and a failure but it's ok to laugh at me. As somebody on this board once posted, "Nobody gives a shit about your lifting." Nobody gives a shit about my Indo Board pushups. What happened to all those guys like Wild Gorilla Man, Kaz, Batboy, Saigh (a female supposedly,) Beer Jew, Fat Cat and a few others whose names elude me.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFN-mhaKSZc

If I had a client my age, who wanted to do this and told me he hadn't been on one in 5 years and hadn't done this for 12, I'd have said, "Not with me (motherfucker)!"
Like Dan John says, "If you train yourself, you have an idiot for a client." I follow other people's training programs and have rules about when to increase the weight, reps etc..


Decided to try this and got freaked out and felt physically cold all of a sudden. I did two sets of ring rows to warm up and made a first attempt with special wrist guards that slid all over the floor. I couldn't get back up but was really surprised how easy it was to balance on this thing.
Didn't wait long enough for attempt #2. There wasn't a #3. Didn't help that I was hungry, tired but there are no excuses for Indo Board pushup failures. It used to be very easy to do this. As you can see and hear, I'm really struggling.

I consider it a failure and really embarrassing because
(a) the deck touched the ground on the way down
(b) it took forever to get back up
(c) I didn't stand up long enough at the end.
If I wait another 12 years, I'll be very surprised I'll be here to do it.


Now here's a guy who really can do it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjL4-bj04B8
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“He’s a modern savage. He’s a real searcher.”

Point Break is too good lol

Nice indo squatty push-up thing, never even thought about trying that. And the world needs more happy dances =D>
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Yeah, I guess I've been doing my Indo Board pushups backwards this entire time. I'll have to give your version a go.
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Ronald RayGun
I used to do a version with my hands on an upside down BOSU ball and my feet on the Indo Board and then reverse it. I doubt my back was aligned all that well, but I don't know for sure since I never videoed it. If I get bored with the ring pushups maybe I'll do it that way again.


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You realize you can delete those extra posts, right?

Oh, and Bodhi did alleviate suffering. He gave hope to the tired, the poor, the huddled masses yearning to breathe free.


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I fucked around and found out how to delete them. He alleviated some of mine, the umpteen times I've watched it.

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It was a good attempt. Nothing wrong with that. Youll have it in a week of practice.
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