David Goggins has a reputation as someone who never cheats or easily goes after himself in his workouts. The former Navy SEAL and motivational speaker has in the past explained that he “does not negotiate with himself” while exercising, and demonstrates exactly what he means in clips of his intense cardio sessions on Instagram.
In a recent video, Goggins shared the popular “Bring Sally Up” challenge, which he describes as “a simple 30-push workout that is not that simple.” It uses lyrics in the song ‘Flower’ by Moby from his 2000 album Playing: The B Sides to make your representatives physically more stressful. Goggins gives credit to Polish fitness vlogger Ingvar Voitenko for creating this particular workout, which has been attempted by a number of YouTubers, including Laurie Shaw and Stan Browney.
Here’s how it works. Each time you hear the word “up”, you climb to the top of the movement, and then hold that position until you hear the word “down”. You then stay in that lower posture until you hear “on” again, and so on.
Goggins also offer additional advice on how to perform this challenge with the correct technique to get the absolute maximum benefit from each repetition, including keeping your elbows at a 45 degree angle and ensuring your chest is not on deck. touch when you go down. If you are more of a beginner, he recommends doing knee versions of the pushups.
“After your 30th pushup, do not think you are done because you will have to hold your position there for a few more seconds,” he says. “This is a great way to start your day!”
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