Thank you so much. When I saw you were able to do what you did I knew I had to follow suit. It's not everyday you, knowingly, come across someone with strength like that. Honestly I'm not necessarily interested in performing feats, I can akready lift my entire body on my index fingers and thumbs, but I want to be doing the workouts that produce feats. I'm a martial artist as well and I just want to be as strong as possible. I also do Zhan Zhuang like you, but would you do if you were in my shoes, as far as workouts for the rest of the week. I was going to combine isometrics with plyometrics, like a hold followed by doing as many jump pushups until I'm as close to muscle failure as I'd like to be without actually reaching it. I don't know if that's a good idea now. I need to build my striking cardio back up too. Do you think I should do isometrics one day and then only plyometrics, short sessions of 30 60/ 60 120 running and striking the other 5 days? Is that too much too? I have overdone it in the past when I used to lift weights. Thanks again. You guys are an inspiration
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