[New Chapter] The Princess's Double Life - Chapter 7

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2021.10.15 22:51 EisForElbowsmash Fitness for preppers from a strength coach's POV

Hi everyone. I see a lot of posts on here that rightly mention that health and fitness is an important prep, especially when talking about mid and long term situations, however I see a a lot of two things being thrown about. The first being well intentioned but generally bad advice, and also lots of advice that is perfectly good for a world where we have gyms and functional supply chains where fitness is a hobby, but won't be particularly useful in a SHTF situation.
I've been in the fitness industry my entire life, as an athlete, personal trainer and now professional strength coach. My specialty is human performance enhancement and building resilient athletes who remain injury free throughout and beyond their careers, and applying the same principles to average people who come in to train. I've worked with UFC athletes and other pro fighters, BJJ & Kickboxing world champions, professional football and hockey players, as well as average joes and people with serious strength and mobility issues just trying to get their lives back on track. I also grew up on a farm (and hope to retire to one), so I know what real world workloads are like. Please feel free to ask any prepping fitness or general fitness or strength related questions below. I'll answer as best I can, my professional rule is that if it takes me less than 5 minutes to explain, it's free, and if you want a ton of details, I can probably point you to the books, youtube videos and courses that will give you a long detailed explanation.
Keep in mind that I'm mainly speaking about mid to long term SHTFs here. In a weekend blackout or week long ice storm kinda deal, your preps for your home and food/wategeasupplies are going to be far more important than the state of your fitness. So here are the important principles that I think are often missed here:

  1. Functional fitness is more important than gym fitness. There is the obvious side of this, that you shouldn't spend a lot of time at the bicep curl machine if you want to prepare for a day of manual labor. There is also the less obvious side of it when it comes to things like rep, set and rest design. If you are even thinking in terms of reps/sets/weight as a goal then you are looking in the wrong direction. These are tools to bring you closer to a goal, not the goals themselves. Think of what you want to do with your fitness, whether it be to walk a mile without collapsing to slinging hay bales for 6 hours, and use the training program to achieve that goal. Don't make the fitness benchmarks the goal themselves, it has very little translation into real world achievement.
  2. "Core" strength is better than limb strength, and compound movements are better than isolation movements. If I could only do 4 exercises for the rest of my life, they would be TRX pushups, pull ups, squats and deadlifts. The large compound movements not only mimic the real life motions we are all likely to have to go through, but they all build solid core strength as well, which will help prevent injuries. There are plenty of other exercises worth doing, but make sure to include the large, closed kinetic chain movements that involve the whole body in your workouts.
  3. Bring "active" trumps being "fit". I'd rather be a construction worker or farmer in a SHTF situation than a crossfit champion. In a SHTF situation there is probably a lot of work going to need to be done, whether it's rebuilding after a natural disaster, farming, fighting a war or just travelling across town with a backpack on. Your ideal place to start for prep be would be having an active job, with an active hobby and using the gym to train up any shortcomings or imbalances you have. Being the guy with the biggest bench press who can run an hour on a treadmill is better than being a couch potato, but will not serve you nearly as well as being active regularly. I'd venture as far to say that a person who walks to and from work for an hour each day while wearing a heavy backpack would be better off than someone who hits the gym hard after work. I'm not saying don't go to the gym (please keep coming, I own a fitness business and I like to eat after all), and if you are in an urban area, this may be your only option, but it shouldn't be the only source of your fitness if possible.
  4. Endurance is far more important than strength, after a certain base point. When it comes to real life workplaces, your strength is not really a huge issue, unless you don't meet a minimum standard. Even after I started my fitness career, I often came back out to help some friends during hay season, slinging bales and it wrecked me far more than it used to. The reason being that even though my strength increased dramatically, my endurance decreased from not doing that sort of work regularly. While it is important to have a base level of strength, after that point, endurance is supreme in a manual labor situation. In this case it was far more important to be able to sling a 50 lbs bale 100s of times, than it would be to lift a 225lbs bar over my head 3 times. This will be equally true of sacks of grain, concrete, lumber, buckets of water and the like, so work that endurance. You do need to be able to lift that bale, just make sure you don't also become the guy who can deadlift the back end of a truck unless you want a phone call every time someone ditches their rear tire in winter.
  5. Remember that training should be specific to the test, and be more challenging than the test. There is no way to find this out but to test yourself. If your goal is to be able to walk a mile with a 10 lbs backpack, go walk a mile with a 10 lbs backpack. If that doesn't work, find out your weakness, is the pack to heavy for your back? Your stride mechanics wrong? Your endurance not up to snuff? Train accordingly and try again. Don't stop till you can walk 1.1 miles with 11 lbs on your back. You get the idea. Try to do things, find your weak points and train accordingly. "you will not rise to the occasion, you will sink to the lowest level of your training" is as true for fitness as it is for combat.
  6. There is always a tradeoff, use training time where it's needed most. I won't get into iron triangles or long talks about strength, endurance, power etc. But what is important to note is this, you can't train everything at once. You can't be the strongest, fastest and have the most endurance all at the same time. Focus your efforts on fixing any weak spots you have, preparing for tasks you will likely need to perform and a high general fitness and activity level. Overspecialization of training is a necessity in many sports, but a terrible thing for anyone who has to perform varied labor.
  7. Your rest time will go up and your work volume per session of work will go down. This is simple math but often overlooked and especially true if you aren't active on a regular basis. Your body needs to rest, and if you aren't used to activity on a daily or near daily basis, be prepared to find yourself taking frequent breaks, sleeping a lot and being very sore until your body adapts to regular work. This is doubly true if you work a job that involves sitting all day but you kick ass in the gym 3 times a week. You might be able to do a 2 hour solid workout with timed rests and a day of in between sessions, but you will be able to do less per session and require longer rests in between when you are doing work all day long. Also make sure to budget proper time for sleep and recovery because:
  8. Recovery is key, and our culture in North America has a big problem with this. The "gains" from any sort of training or activity happen while you are resting and asleep. If you deny yourself time to recover, you will gradually become more and more broken down, whereas if you nourish yourself properly and get the proper amount of rest, you will become more fit. If you're used to skipping sleep for work or other things, be prepared to drop that habit in a hurry. People in active jobs generally understand this (there is a reason the stereotypical farmer goes to bed before 9 to be up at 5), but those of you used to working long hours in the office or giving up sleep and relying on coffee to keep you going throughout the day will find this does not work as well when there is physical labor to be done. Down time is important as well, even if there is a lot of work to be done in a day, try to divide it between heavy and light tasks as much as is possible.
  9. Your specialty diet will not exist in any situation where supply chains are disrupted. Keto, Paleo, Vegan, Atkins, Low-carb, Low-fat, Zone, Weight Watchers, South Beach or any other specialty diet may work well for you now, but unless you've figured out how to get everything you need for it locally, you need to be prepared to kiss it goodbye. Get yourself a good general knowledge of nutrition and find out what sources of protein, fats and carbs will be available to you locally, or be prepared to store everything you need for your specialty diet. Coconut oil and sprouted beans aren't going to be available except where and when they can grow. Familiarize yourself with essential vitamins, nutrients and amino acids that your body does not produce on it's own and make sure you can access them and stock up if you can't. I would consider any sort of temporary diet that has you running at a severe deficit of either calories or nutrients to be a big no no for preppers (I discourage them in general), as you wouldn't want to be caught in the middle of it when SHTF.
  10. In terms of prepping, it's better to have some body fat, but not too much. I have bad news for you if you're rocking a six pack right now, you're fucked if you have to start rationing food. In a typical emergency situation, most people are going to be operating at a caloric deficit, meaning they will be losing weight. If you're already at a very low BF%, your body has nothing to eat except it's own muscle and you are not only going to feel like utter crap but also gradually lose function and get weaker and less fit. The only real way to counteract this would be to store calories, which can be done both on in your pantry and on your body. This is not an excuse to get lazy or morbidly obese, but just a note that in terms of prepping, getting so fit that you could be on the cover of a magazine is counterproductive, and being 5-10 lbs overweight can be beneficial, absent other health complications like high blood pressure or diabetes.
  11. Address your injuries and imbalances now. The time to deal with any sort of aches, pains, injuries or muscle imbalances is not, when you can have all the rest and recovery time you need and can see a competent professional to assist with the task, not when you need to work through them. In fact don't "work through them" in general, work to correct them if at all possible. See a physio if you can afford it, and if not learn to train yourself. Stuart McGill's "Back Mechanic" is a great place to start if you have back pain issues keeping you from being active for example. What you do not want to be doing is trying to correct these sorts of things when your quality of life, and perhaps even survival, depends on how much work you get done in a day and you have to suffer through it.
  12. Address your health issues as well. High blood pressure, diabetes and many similar things can be either eliminated or greatly reduced by being fit and active. This goes back to the whole practicality thing, but make sure to aim your training to address these sorts of issues first.
Well I hope that's been help, if a tad long, but I think it should clear up a few common misconceptions I see on hare regarding typical and athletic fitness vs the kind of fitness one might want for prepping. Thanks for reading if you got this far and feel free to ask any questions.
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