It's Friday (Friday, gotta get down on Friday...) and as shown by carefully measured scientific data that isn't at all a load of bull, the Rapture is coming on Saturday. Which is terrible news for all of you who were getting your bodies beach-ready for the summer. Sorry, waste of time there, better get ready for the end. Yup, fact, not fiction. So for the next 24 hours, you should do some self-analysis. Are you a good person, who is going to be taken to Heaven by a, umm.....well, some sort of tractor-beam thingy from the sky? Or will you stick around and see the earthquakes, fires, Gary Busey films and other horrors for some period of time before the world ends?
If you plan on being beamed up by Scotty into the afterlife, good luck to you, hope they have all the amenities of Heaven up there. Personally, I can assume that I'll be stickin' around for a little while past this weekend. This means I can look forward to looting abandoned properties, fine dining without paying for it, and maybe finishing up my Doctor Who marathon. Granted, I suppose I'll have to deal with the small inconveniences of flooding, incessant fires, and I dunno, maybe they will throw a plague or two in there. Still, I'm going to have to stay in shape for all that indulgent living. So scrap that original title, plan on staying in shape past the Rapture!
Keep on doing your cardio to run around and pilfer and loot. Keep the steady state cardio for your long distance treks to new areas to get food and water, but also get your interval cardio so that you can get away from any falling debris and predatory animal that will be running around. Deadlifts and walking lunges will help you carry appliances, get food and water to your shelter, and carry any injured people to safety should you feel the need to help out. Keep your pullup strength up so you can climb walls and navigate through rubble.
Having said that, I wish you all good luck for the next 24 hours; life it up, see your friends, get a good workout in, eat some nice food, and get ready for the impending doom. Because this whole world-ending thing is real, folks. No way would something that uses Biblical references and hysteria to support it be anyth
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