Project Leadership Series: Introduction

I’ve been in a leadership position at my work for over 5 years now & it is nothing like you see on TV & nothing like your friends told you. Contrary to popular belief, leadership is an art that has dire consequences if not taken seriously.

An art with dire consequences

Leadership requires some baseline knowledge, the basics, fundamentals in order for us to actually perform in the role. Just like a painter has their easel, paint brush & colors, a leader has skills such as their ability to articulate, charisma, the ability to boil down complex problems with solutions, the ability to be persuasive, etc. I’ll go into each skill & talk about more skills as we go along but this is something I’m passionate about sharing with you all.

Now more than ever we need leaders. The world has a thirst for knowledge that is practical. Knowledge that when applied can improve one’s quality of life. With social media, we have access to more information & the potential to enlighten one another. In order to do this, one must be able to lead.

Stay tuned.

The Juggernaut Method 2.0: Getting more out of the program.

If you want to get more out of the juggernaut method 2.0, I recommend running two waves concurrently.

Currently my program tweak looks like this:

I start the week of with Bench & Military press then take the next day off then Squat, OFF, Bench & Military press, Deadlift then OFF again.

When I started the program I noticed that while the program is great at fatigue management, I felt like I wasn’t getting much from this program. I wanted to add more volume and challenge to it, although it is challenging in of itself, in order to get more out of it.

So here’s what I did:

I’m using the undulating periodization model the book recommends with an added “twist.” From weeks 1-4 I’m running the 10s & 3s wave concurrently for my bench and military press days. So the first day of the program I’m hitting bench and military press for 10s. Then the second bench and military press day I hit it for 3s. The following 5-8 weeks I do the same but with 5s & 8s, respectively. Weeks 9-12, 8s & 3s and weeks 13-16 3s & 10s. You can switch the numbers of any way you like. The point here is to add variation of rep ranges as you see fit.

So far this has produced great results. I’m looking forward to seeing how it pans out as the months goes on. I’m even considering following this same method with my squats but that might be pushing it a bit, we’ll see.

This is a good method for people who aren’t athletes or in the military or have other physically demanding activities outside of the gym.

I also want to add that since there is added volume, you might want to dial in the nutritional aspects of your training along with proper sleep.

Water takes the shape of the container it’s in.

Water is one of the most ambitious, resilient, versatile substances on this planet. Water can carve mountains as well as split boulders in half when it wedges it’s way between cracks and expands when freezing. When water meets an obstruction, it finds another way and flows around it. Water is powerful but…it’s conformist by nature, similar to human beings.

You see, like water, humans takes the shape of the container it’s in except the container is our social circle. The quality of the people we surround ourselves with determines the quality of us. If we surround ourselves with slothful people, we too become slothful. If we surround ourselves with productive people, we become just as productive if not more productive.

Find a shape that you’ll be happy to become. Surround yourself with quality people, with quality ideas and live a quality life.

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