Why Train Your Abs Every Day
Here’s a great question that many of you might
I’ve been thinking about this question for several
weeks now and I’m finally taking it to the master
himself. I own both “Combat Conditioning” and
You suggest that the Magnificent 7 be done every
morning but in the question and answer section,
you allow for at least doing them 3x’s a week.
The question: Do you think it would be practical/
beneficial to alternate doing The Royal Court every
other day and alternating with The Magnificent 7
in between days or would that approach be
counter-productive to reaping the benefits of
one over the other.
I appreciate your time and advice.
MJF: Terry, the Magnificent 7 found in Combat Abs
http://mattfurey.com/combat_abs.html – is not nearly
as difficult to perform as the Royal Court in Combat
Conditioning – http://mattfurey.com/conditioning_book.html
That’s the first thing to keep in mind.
Doing the Mag 7 every morning will keep your bowels regular
due to what I call the “Cosmic Fiber Effect.” Most people today
have irregularity in going numero dos – and so this can help
a great deal.
Next, the Mag 7 will energize your system because of the deep
Of the seven exercises, only two are going to push you into a
sweat, the other five are mostly to keep you limber, loose and
flexible in your waist, spine and hips. Very important to the
functioning of your core.
I think it’s not asking too much to do the Mag 7 on the days
you do Combat Conditioning. You can whip through a shorter
version of the program if you’d like. Reduce the numbers in
half if you’d like.
Even so, as I’ve stated, you can do the Mag 7 once a day or
three times a week. You can alternate between both programs
if that is more to your liking.
The biggest key to success is getting on a program and following
it because of your strong desire to be happy, healthy and fit.
Don’t look for excuses NOT to train. Look for reasons to do
it – the foremost of which is that when finished, you can
look in the mirror, smile, pump both fists heavenward and
proclaim, “Good work Terry. You did it again. You remembered
to ‘Get Tough.’ You won another mental game with yourself.”
For future questions, make sure you’re a member of the Matt
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we cover everything there in a ton of depth – including
orthopedic advice from Dr. Bill Stillwell -a retired orthopedic
surgeon who wrote textbooks for many of today’s top
surgeons – http://drbillsclinic.com