Nope, no mention of anything remotely related to “good” or “results producing.”
I have a novel suggestion…
Instead of seeking out exercise that is “hard” or makes you “drip sweat” or makes you sore why don’t you seek exercise that produces the results you desire?
Sure some of those things may come along with the proper type of exercise, but your goal is not likely to sweat the most or be so sore you can’t walk straight.
Your goals are more likely to look good naked, lose weight, or be fit enough to do the activities you enjoy.
Don’t let what you think a workout should be get in the way of what a workout actually should be, which is to produce the desired result.
Results don’t care if something is hard, makes you sweat, or creates soreness that gives you a new appreciation for the handicap bars by the toilet.
Results only care about things being done in a way that directly leads to the achievement of them.
Brett “Results Don’t Care” Denton