I remember something funny my little girl suggested I do a while ago.
"I should glue you to the pull-up bar, Dad! Then you'll hang there forever!"
It was funny.
She was doing some crafts or something, from what I could glean, and it was funny - because, well, I do that sort of "glued" to workout all the time!
People could do and use more of it, to be honest, as opposed to be glued to the Tee Vee, dumb as bricks phones, soap operas and such ...
Try hanging from a chinning bar or a tree branch - NOW, my friend.
How long can you do it?
For most modern day men, it's a struggle to hold on for one second - if they can do it the right way.
Fitness "fanatics" fail after 5-10 seconds.
And even the extreme guys can rarely, if at all, go beyond the patented 20 second or more Gorilla Grip holds!
And add in thick bars, and then ... well, you get the photo.
Which a bank agent couldn't recenty get. Ughhhhhhh. I was on the phone with her for a customer care issue, and she wanted ID, and so forth, and no matter what, "MAdam" couldn't "capture" the phone, claimed it was my dumb phone (it wasn't, because a) it works on other calls b) she can see it - but can't capture; obviously an issue with her software) . . .
Some more glued to workouts - for YOU.
Glue yourself to the floor - literally - in the patented "Rahul Mookerjee" squat I teach you in the book on isometrics, or in the same books, the "downward dog" position - both for at least 30 seconds, if you can get there.
Just do this as a workout.
Really emphasize the isometric, proper form, no flailing about, tell me how you feel then!
Or, another one - the handstand.
Glue yourself to the handstand as long as you can.
Or,the "wall chair" - another great exercise I haven't spoken about before, where you make a chair against the wall with your back against the wall, and thats it - just hold - and if you are advanced, well, you do it without the wall.
OR, so many others!
Every exercise done right can be turned into a glue me to the bar isometric or something.
The bar. Hehe.
Lots of you spent time glued to barstools every night, while that isn't necessarily bad (hey I do it too) - make sure you get a proper WORKOUT IN!
And in my case, the bar - both pull-up bar, and the actual bar (given I seem to drink most men triple my size and more under the table with no issues) would fall off first before I do, hehe.
Get on the train - now!
PS - Remember, down to ONE copy of Fast and Furious Fitness, or two at most. Get in while you can. I ain't gonna print this special Collector's Edition again. No way, Jose! Those that want it - jump on thsi now.