The InForm approach, which is only 20-30 minutes, once a week and that’s it, does sound kind of crazy. You know, and when you start to tell family and friends that’s what you’re doing they’re sometimes like “oh, that’s interesting” or sometimes they’re just happy that you’re doing anything at all. But sometimes they’re like “how is that better than going 3 or 4 times a week? That doesn’t make any sense.” And the science it sounds a lot like common sense when it’s explained to you, when you explain it. You’re muscles get worked to total exhaustion, you need longer to heal, in that time your muscles are getting bigger. That doesn’t sound ridiculous to me. Obviously it’s good science. When I just explain it to people like that they seem to get it. If you can’t find time to do it then there are other issues at play in your life and time management.
It much more reasonable than, working a long day, trying to get to the gym a few night a week, you know, depending on your situation, trying to get food for the kids, rushing home to feed the pets,whatever. No matter what your other considerations are, this commitment is very do-able within whatever constraints there are.