Well, that’s one way! They call it passive stretching: what’s missing is the magazine to read to pass the time!
And that’s another. Keeping flexible whilst (in our case, maybe not that second guy’s) keeping muscle tone and strength is what it is all about, for acrobatics, and also for the ‘kung-fu’ style of stuff that we all dabble in. Particularly, Gary: he’s the one who trained to balance and spin around on a single spear point on his stomach, who gets run over by a small truck, and takes most of the spears in the spear bending…
…he did his kung-fu training with the best of the bunch (Chinese mainly) in Knoxville – it is all written about in our books, especially the final one Against All Odds.
I suppose we all do a bit, but Gary is in a different league, supporting Zach on his head whilst in full splits with just his feet supported on two chairs… the rest of us are probably better acrobats but I do get some lumber broken across my back plus the odd concrete block on the stomach… and the other end of some of the spears. Heigh Ho, it’s all in the name of entertainment…
We all definitely enjoy training muscle tone through gymnastic exercises…
…and, of course, making good use of the weight room.
(you reckon he needs to work on those abs a bit, ‘cos we do? Nice pecs and shoulders though)
Our earlier development through such activities is documented in the first two books, along with our falling in love and coming out as gay… Loving the Boy and The Power of Love. For those that like that sort of thing, the perfect Christmas present????
Here’s some more “perfect”… enjoy!
‘And we got muscle…!’
Maybe it is ‘stretching a point’ to call that ‘training’, but it sure looks like fun…!