Don’t know about you, but back at school I hated science.

All the experiments and what have you weren’t my cup of tea and I dropped it as soon as I could.

Then i get to first year uni and two of the subjects as part of Anatomy and Physiology were chemistry and physics. 🤦‍♂️

Don’t ask me how I passed those 2 subjects after backing up for 8am lectures after $1 drinks the night before but I somehow stuck to my moto through uni which was p’s get degrees.

The only experiments I liked then were seeing how much alcohol I could combine before the inevitable happened.

Anyways, enough of my walk down memory lane, but today I want to focus on experiments and how they can help you when it comes to your training.

Sometimes I like to try different things out when it comes to exercises or movements. I might see something when I’m scrolling through IG, or I might see something and think what if i did xyz to it.

And as you may be aware, sometimes I like to try things out with the DPMers.

Some things are a winner, some we don’t really go back to.

Another cool thing that happens occasionally is when I have an exercise planned to do but someone misunderstood my demo or instructions (not hard to believe) and they end up doing something else that actually ends up being something that I think might work.

So I give that version a go and we sometimes run with that moving forward or add it to the regime as a new exercise.

Same goes for finding out what works for you when it comes to food.

Like I’ve mentioned before, over the years I’ve tried different food ideas – some have been good, some ordinary and too restrictive and some have been great to incorporate as bits and pieces.

All up it turns out that  maybe experiments aren’t so bad after all?

Cause if it helps add to the overall training experience for people, and for their long term continued results obviously, then it is a winner.

Which brings me to todays question for you: have you experimented with anything in your training (or food) regime lately?

And if so, how did it go?

Was it something worth keeping?

And as always, I’m open to suggestions/feedback on how I can improve the DPM experience for everyone.

I’m all eyes in this instance.

Cheers,
Daniel

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