Why Pro Workout Methods Don't Work For You

Kai Palikiko           Jan  31, 2021

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Listen, this is not a downer video, this is a realism video in order for you to really get the goals that you're looking to do. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and the best way to reach me is the link to my email. You can find that link in the description, you click on that link, it takes you to a site, you put in your name, your email, any questions you have for me, it's going to go directly to my ProtonMail.

So a lot of us, even myself, we go to YouTube, we check out magazines, we check out bodybuilding competitions, and we are inspired by their workouts.

We check them out, I am like holy crap, that's awesome, that guy is dead lifting what? That guy's squatting 800 what? Oh, my God, that's type of intensity they're doing... And it's awesome to be inspired by them, it's awesome to watch those videos over and over again, and check out the routines, check out the intensity, check out the rep ranges, do all that stuff. Amazing. And I do that to this very day.

But the mistake that a lot of guys are trying to do now is this. They are trying to mimic their workouts. They're trying to copy their exact schedule. Monday chest day, Wednesday back day, Friday, whatever day, and Sunday off day. As a non-competitor, let me tell you this right now, I'm going to concentrate on that one, the off day. As a non-competitor, you don't need an off day.

Yeah, I know this is going to rub a lot of people the wrong way, because this is the type of knowledge that's been shoved into your mouth for years at a time, you need an off day, you need an off day, you do this, you need an off day. And this is the reason why an off day does not apply to you, the people who are regurgitating this information and the people who are living the type of lifestyle that they're doing.

They are professional competitors, trained by other professional competitors, being told the same exact thing as well. Now does that apply to them? Does that apply to them? Of course it does. Check out their schedule, lifting multiple times a day, heavy lifting, intense type of lifting. So by the time they need their off day, they truly badly need it, on top of all the recovery stuff that they're doing. 

They're getting deep tissue massages, using massage guns, doing yoga, doing all these type of things to recover as quick as they can, and they still need an off day. What does our workout look like? 45 minutes? Ok, and there is gonna be some guy, well, I work out for two hours.

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Ok, congratulations. you work out for two hours. Are you lifting as heavy as they are? Are you intensely carving out every single rep by rep as heavy as those guys are as well?

Big Ramy, a lot of guys are looking up to him, he has a good amount of videos out there. He is good for inspiration. Do you have the same type of intensity, same type of rep ranges, same type weight he's able to carry? Do you still need his schedule for his off day, for his deep tissue massage day, for his spa day? Can we actually tell ourselves, well, you know my 45-minute workout, yeah, that warrants enough, they're just like Big Ramy.

Big Ramy, he needs an off day. The intense type of workouts, dude, have you seen that guy workout? And that's just what he's willing to show, he's never gonna show he's really hard workout to where he is struggling. Why? Because it is bad for image. I hope you really know this. You don't think these guys go to failure, to where they're crying in tears because everything is so painful?

No, they're not going to show that, they're going to show all the fun stuff. Yeah, look, yes, so much more fun. No, they're not going to do that. So all those intense stuff, that warrants them to have an off day. Me, 45 minutes, an hour, an hour 15, an hour and a half, even two hours, does that warrant me to take my off day? 

No, it doesn't. And I'm willing to state that right now. Why? Because I'm not a pro. I'm doing other things to excel my life for my own goals. My job isn't to wake up, eat, sleep, workout, anabolics. So anybody out there who is not looking to get their pro card, who is not already competing in IFBB pro, not that type of status, we can't copy them. Now look, I'm not saying, because I already know there's a lot of guys out there.

This is the only thing I know in my life, they told me this is how I need to work out, five days a week, rest two days a week. I get that, that's the type of mindset that's been given to us. But who is it being given by, and who is it being given for? It is for guys who compete. And I get it, it hurts to hear this, I really do, I completely understand. It took me a while to swallow this myself. 

Wait, so I'm not an IFBB pro? I cannot work out like them? I cannot have the luxury to take an off day like them? Unfortunately not. Now, do we need to take ourselves seriously, do we need to take ourselves like an athlete? Of course we do. 

We still need to push ourselves. We need to strive for the best, but at the same time, we have to be realistic for the position we're at. I am not an IFBB pro, I don't want to, so I cannot go off by the same schedule as those guys are doing. Unless I'm willing to make that sacrifice, drop everything that I'm doing and do nothing but eat, sleep, workout and trying to get my pro card. If you're willing to do that, then yeah, sure, have your off day.

But you better be lifting 800 pounds, you better be deadlifting that much, you better be that dedicated in order for you to warrant that off day. So we need to make a clear distinction, their lifestyle, good to be inspired by, good to check out, good to check out their form, things like that, but in my position, in our position, there's a clear line, there's an invisible barrier here to where I'm not over that barrier. 

I'm in this world, this is my world, this is the guys who are just doing Gear for the sake of doing Gear, to look good, but yet, make it work for my lifestyle. I have a different schedule, I have a different set of rep ranges, I have different types of workouts, I don't need to take an off day. I can go to the gym seven days a week, exclude the whole mental break. 

Which my life is going to give me naturally anyway. In terms of physical, I don't need to take an off day. I don't, I can go to the gym every single day. I don't need to worry about overtraining. Overtraining only happens to those guys, they need to be strategic with that. With me, overtraining? Really, overtraining? So that's what it comes down to. So leave on a positive note here.

We need to look at them for inspiration, for motivation, all that good stuff, but yet, when it comes to my personal schedule, I need to stick within my reality. Anyways brother, the link to my email is right in the description. Other than that, Kai here, out. Take care.



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