5 comments on “Should You Ever “Test Out” of a Workout?

  1. Nice post. That’s very much in-line with the “deep practice” described by Daniel Coyle in The Talent Code.

    Also in-line wih Critical MAS (the blog), which he calls the James Brown “Hit it and quit it” approach to training.

    Miller Time – but low-carb and grain-free beer – right? 😉

    • Hey Glenn – yes that’s figurative “Miller Time” only! Thanks for the references – I haven’t read them but I will check them out.

      • You have to read the Talent Code immediately. It’s the best book I’ve ever read (and I have two masters degrees in psychology for what it’s worth.

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