Build your strength

You can navigate through life in the western world without much need for physical strength.

This also means you might never really develop your strength. That means weak muscles, frail bones, and a dumb nervous system.

Strength is easy to maintain once you have built it. It takes only little time to keep an, in our society, above-average amount of strength once you sustainably built it.

Take your time to build strength for several years with 2 to 3 sessions of 30 to 60 minutes of proper work each per week, then do the work needed to maintain it. You and your environment will benefit a lot from this.

It’s not about building crazy abilities and pumping the biceps.

It’s about having the basic abilities that your ancestors had for the last 200,000 years.

Alternatively, you can also work with heavy objects, climb, wrestle and jump over things.

Joseph Bartz