"Random workouts produce random results. Everything we do in the gym can and should be used as an indicator for progress. Can we do it
better next week? Next month? Then we KNOW we're improving. And the best way to improve something is to repeat it. Ya know… TRAIN it. This is where a lot
of the modern 'random' workout protocols will fail in the long run. Can you imagine training for ANY SKILL randomly? You wouldn't study for a math
test by reading your geography texts I hope. Heck, you wouldn't even study for calculus by doing trig. Yet this seems to be a big trend in training right
now, doing a bunch of challenging, but very random, workouts hoping for some kind of grand final result. Even 'general fitness' is still a category
that deserves a modicum of structure in it's training. Here's one of the general fitness training techniques we might use at Bodytribe:"
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