It's just the name I give to the workout that Atlas did when he was 69 and beyond, which I now follow, being a senior citizen myself.Jim wrote:I'm not aware of a Senior Citizen's Atlas Course, Bridge. Is this something you purchased? Or is it your own version of the original Atlas course?
How it feels to follow the principals of "Dynamic-Tension®"
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Well it looks like you got the bases coveredBridge wrote:Marine0861 wrote:And don't forget, guys, the more pushups you do the more your abs are worked, also - isometrically, since you have to maintain the correct position (body straight).
And do either of you put some dynamic tension exercises anywhere in there? I would suggest the awesome exercises in Lesson 1 (Rope Pulldowns, Finger Locks, etc). Atlas thought the exercises in Lesson 1 were some of the most important, as he suggested you do these throughout the entire course, dropping some other lessons while adding on other lessons.
I do the biceps curl tension exercise, the neck exercises, the finger and grip exercises, and the facial exercises to keep me good looking!