This podcast is all about skipping exercises. When does it make extra sense to skip a exercise than to do a exercise (or to swap the exercise you have been planning with one other)?

Typically you simply don’t really feel as much as a exercise because of lack of sleep, stress, soreness, or one thing else. If you happen to’re warming up and your joints really feel achy or your thoughts is wandering, and you’re feeling prefer it’s not going to be an important exercise, you might have two selections.

You possibly can suck it up and proceed. Ok is nice, in any case. 

Or you are able to do the exercise on one other day. 

Which alternative is healthier? In different phrases, does it pay to be versatile with our exercise programming? Will it repay when it comes to higher long-term outcomes? Take heed to this podcast to seek out out.


5:26 – What’s versatile programming?

15:43 – What does the science say about autoregulation?

17:50 – What are the advantages of versatile programming?

19:56 – What are the downsides of versatile programming?

21:46 – How can we make versatile programming work?

23:39 – An instance of how versatile programming may look.

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