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    Is the body capable of much more than we actually think?

    Hey guys,

    I'm fairly advanced in calisthenics/bodyweight training and I am really wondering why my strength capabilities differ so much from day to day. For example one day I am able to do 3 consecutive one arm pullups other days not even one (every advanced calisthenics athlete knows how huge is the difference between being able to do one one arm pull up and two, not even saying about the difference between zero and three) Some days I can hold a humanflag for 25 seconds, other days for 5. All this happens with no bodyweight changes. Usually I am at the bottom of those strength abilities but sometimes out of a nowhere I can just pull off really crazy strength accomplishments like I am 100% stronger than usually. I also have to add that it seems like is not related to number of resting days before trying.

    Also I have to add one fun fact. I am drinking very rarely but all of my strength personal records came after a drinking night with only a couple of hours of sleep :-D And not, I am not planning to start drinking more :-D

    It just seems like I have the strength capabilities much higher than I think so. I am just curious how to unlock them so I can train with more intensity and progress faster.

    Does anyone of you have an idea whats going on?

    Thanks,

    Denis.
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