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That the sinister S&S is that easy for you boggles my mind...
Do you run any other kettlebell moves?
when I read that I had a smile on my face, and then my mechanical brain had to turn its wheels...damn, you know this is, is it, is it..., Audi? confirming my suspicion by the damn net, it is.vorsprung durch technik indeed!
this phrase does not exist, but the phrase fits perfectly (if it does make sense, as it makes to me actually) @elli, @Tobias Wissmueller , @Kettlebelephant, @cheldelformai,@Marc, @Christian Gelderblom ...: I am lacking words. But Funktionslust is good, lacking Störgefühle.On German phrases, is Funktionslust a phrase in common use in Germany?
spent some time on the rower today, and without Funktionslust this would not happen. Making the same repetitive movement for an hour without getting anywhere is not exciting at all.'the pleasure one takes in doing something well'.
The largest muscle trained by those workouts is the one of willpowerspent some time on the rower today, and without Funktionslust this would not happen. Making the same repetitive movement for an hour without getting anywhere is not exciting at all.
I put my headphones to put some monotone repetitive binaural beats on my ears and ease into it. It takes a short amount of time to get into the breathing rhythm and to synchronize everything. Then it is a bit of adjustment here and there: watching my back staying flat sometimes from the side from the reflection of my notebook, pulling the handle just a bit under the belt of the hr strap against the bottom of my chest that I can feel it just very slightly in my rhomboids. There is time of engagement, and lots of time just spinning the wheels when everything is adjusted and some monitor spotting.
Enjoyment of the functioning of bodymechanics and accuracy of devices, the hr monitor and the concept2 and the knowing, that the base work is some really great stuff I am giving myself time to experience some understanding about it. It is work, but not hard work.