Originally Posted by Eason
No, they aren't mutually exclusive. Will it make you happy if I call it a size workout?
Bubububububbut I've been gaining strength and not size...
Rosenburg- it's a workout. Lots of working out followed by plenty of rest time. Is there anything more that needs to be said? Incidentally, the biggest and strongest core that I've ever seen in person belonged to a kid who did a little jig like so: 10 situps 10 situps to either knee (20 total) 10 crunches 10 crunches with legs extended horizontally a small high above the ground 10 crunches with legs extended vertically 10 second rest 10 4 count leg lifts 10 4 count bicycles 10 4 count frog kicks 10 4 count russian twists 10 second rest 30 seconds of a position where both your legs and back are small high off of the ground He did that three times, twice a week. When it was easy enough, he upped the reps by 5 and the duration of the cross by 15 seconds. I'm not sure if there's anything special about it, but I made some pretty incredible strength progress in a very short period of time. Edit: strength being fairly general, my max set of situps in 2 minutes increased fairly dramatically, and I increased the amount of weight I used for leg raises faster than I had on any other program.