OK, now lets talk about cardio equipment. I get lots of questions asking if a particular kind of cardio equipment is good. First of all, I don’t recommend buying ANY equipment. I’d much rather see you get exercise outdoors by cycling, jogging, or playing soccer, its cheaper and more enjoyable. If you have to workout in your home, I would recommend a cheap jump rope. Jumping rope is an amazingly intense aerobic workout, in fact, you will probably have to start with just a few minutes and work up to 20-30 minutes a day. Jumping rope is not only an amazing aerobic workout but is great at increasing coordination. Contrary to popular belief, jumping rope is not monotonous either if done properly and takes a lot of concentration. One drawback is that you need a room with high ceilings to jump rope or you need to do it outside. If you still want to buy a piece of cardio equipment, here is how you can tell if a piece of equipment is good. First of all, good cardio equipment is very expensive and typically costs over a thousand dollars and has four main characteristics:
When you have ceased making progress and are getting frustrated, drop sets may be just the thing to get you to the next level. What drop sets allow you to do is to train more intensely which will mean you will need more rest between sets and you will need to keep your workout short (under an hour). When I train, I do at least one third of the sets in my workout with drops sets. Drop sets take a lot of both physical and emotional energy. Whether we are lifting heavy or light, drop sets are the same. After lifting to failure on a set, we immediately jump up, decrease the weight by about 40%, and do as many reps as we can – this takes incredible focus. Don’t just choose an arbitrary number of reps you will do, do as many as you possibly can while keeping perfect form . If you didn’t do at least 6 reps with good form then next time try dropping by 50% so you can. Now take a well deserved break.
Skittles - Steroid pills, which Jason supposedly loves popping like Skittles candy, although he has quite a loose definition of "steroids" since he has frequently showed off bottles of useless natural testosterone boosters that he bought from GNC and declared them to be "testosterone." The full extent of Jason's steroid use is largely unknown, since he often brags about shooting steroids just so he can look like a cool hardcore bodybuilder. It is suspected that he has used legit pro hormones, like the Super DMZ that was given to him by PJ Braun, and maybe popped some Dianabol (the occasional appearance of gyno supports this), but he probably doesn't have the capability to inject himself with anything. He did claim to have a steroid dealer named Dave who injected him, and Dave was known by Andrew and the other Delray Misfits as a confirmed steroid dealer; in fact he died of a drug overdose in 2017. However, for all we know he could have just taken The Iron Gullible Bastard's money and shot him with sugar water. It's rumoured that Big Lenny was supplying Jason with DNP, the notoriously dangerous cutting drug for his 2017 Ruby Championships prep. He did manage to drop a shocking amount of weight in a short time, but many Witnesses doubt that Janoy could be trusted to take the correct dosages without cooking his insides alive. JonnyBravo's documentary on the Delray Misfits also contained a shocking scene which supposedly shows off Jason's vials of steroids, but it was revealed later on that several scenes in the movie were fake and scripted, and this was probably one of them. How could Genova afford a bunch of steroids on the measly $70 a week allowance given to him by his mother? And wouldn't she flip out if she saw Jason showing off his stash of steroids in the movie? She already got mad at him once before for taking pro hormones and having to go to the hospital for high blood pressure. She was involved with the movie and definitely saw the scene, yet Jason didn't appear to run into any problems with her over it.