Weird 100 Year Old Exercise Routine That Might Actually “Work”

Yeah, there’s some “old-school” exercises in here and even some ones that would probably drive modern PTs and “movement specialists” crazy. But that’s not the point at all.

The point is really this – Imagine how good you’d feel if you committed to doing SOMETHING just 15 minutes a day, like Muller’s workout. You could look at least as “good” as the guy in the video.

Heck, it doesn’t even have to be 15 minutes per day – you could do even 20 minutes every other day. The point is to make it routine.

Imagine, with just a dash of commitment, a little time, and a hint of some clean eatin’, I’m betting you could get the body you’ve always wanted – or get at least close.

Speaking of 20 minute workouts you can do 3 times per week, here’s a link where you can get over 49 different KB programs – over 6 years of kettlebell workout routines – and most of them can be done in only an hour per week. Click Here To Get Your Workouts.

6 comments… add one
  • Jason Jul 10, 2012 @ 9:48

    It is certainly attractive from the standpoint that basically anyone who isn’t disabled or very obese can do it. It probably maintains a decent heart rate and gets basically every joint and muscle engaged. This wouldn’t do much for the CrossFit generation, but for people who just want to maintain activity, it’s great and I’m sure after a month, you’d have the routine memorized so you can “take it with you”.

    Personally, I’d use it on “off” days when I didn’t want to lift anything or if I wasn’t feeling very well.

    • GEOFFN Jul 13, 2012 @ 10:18

      I don’t think the Crossfit generation are as fit as they’d like to think they are, Jason. I think something like this – some kind of daily recharge even, would be good for anybody.

  • Dawud Jul 10, 2012 @ 9:51

    Muller’s routine looks to have some of Atilla’s and Sandow’s light dumbbell movements without the light dumbbells and also without the prjnciple of maximal contraction of the target muscle groups umder willpower. I’ve been reading about those routines recently and experimenting with them.

  • phil Jul 10, 2012 @ 17:51

    interesting.

  • Sara Jul 13, 2012 @ 9:38

    Do I actually see text in the above-right-hand corner of the video that says “Kafka’s Fitness Routine?” For real??? That’s amazing. Bringing archane gems like this to the public is ther eason Geoff has my everlasting devotion.

    • GEOFFN Jul 13, 2012 @ 10:17

      Indeed you do, Sara. And I immediately thought of you when I found it. 🙂

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