That’s pretty much what I’ve been tol, appreciate the help though bud@ALDL9RM @Grimey Arches could most likely be related to psoas issues - considering the RM sit up is very hip flexion dominant as opposed to abdominals it would make sense - the issue in your groin is because your psoas inserts into the lesser trochanter of the femur and allows for hip flexion, adduction and external rotation. All of which are tightly used during the sit up. Stretch it out and strengthen your glutes and see how you get on
13/10..You must be some twisted individual to come up with that workout!Final main training session completed before starting ROP on Monday. Apart from a few gainer bits and pieces thats it, well prepared and squared away, ready to go.
Last session ended with hill sprints and a core circuit. Nothing special, just doing the simple stuff well.
Here’s my training board from September..... feel free to ask any questions if there are any (the additional two weeks means the countdowns don’t correlate with the start date....)
Since starting my application back in April, it’s already been 32 weeks, I suppose that’s the easy half done
I've never seen the VPJFT incorporated like that so fair play to you, I think I'll have to give it a try myself.An hour and a half and 15 rounds of VPJFT+...... it wasn’t too bad in terms of toughness or intensity, the duration of how tedious is was was the worst bit aha!