Should I Continue With Our Mad Monday Workout Series? Its Poll Time!

Written By: Todd Kuslikis
June 03, 2013

Hey all,

I have a big favor to ask you. I need to gather some feedback on direction for our Mad Monday workout series. For the last 11 Monday’s I have been releasing short, intense body weight workouts.

Below you will find a full list of all of them that I have done so far….

The Memorial Day Push Up Workout From Hell (Mad Monday)
How You Can Do A Double Arm Lever Today & A Minor Change To SOA’s Focus (Mad Monday)
The Burpee Pushup Challenge & An Adrenaline Sized Happy Mother’s Day! (Mad Monday)
How To Burn Out Your Pecs With Body Weight Exercises (Mad Monday Workout)
The 15 Minute Bodyweight Arm Burnout (Mad Monday Workout)
The Strength Stack 52 Workout Challenge (Mad Monday)
The 5 Second Pyramid Workout (Mad Monday)
The Bodyweight Back Workout That DOESN’T Use “Pull” Exercises (Mad Monday)
The Ultimate 9 Minute Ab Challenge Workout (Mad Monday)
The 12 Minute Bodyweight Chest Blaster (Mad Monday Workout)
The Triple 5 Bodyweight Leg Workout – 1st Ever Mad Monday Workout

Should I Continue With The Mad Monday Series? Please Vote Below…

The reason I need to gather feedback is because I want to continue to serve you and meet your needs. If many of you are regularly following these workouts than I definitely want to continue to create them. However, if you are just using them for exercise ideas or not interested in them at all than I think we could be headed in other directions.

So would you please give me your feedback in the poll below?…

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Thanks so much for giving me your feedback everyone! I certainly appreciate it. My wife and I are discussing the purchase of a digital camera to improve video quality and want to be absolutely sure that this is the direction the LORD is leading us.

If you have any other suggestions in regards to the Mad Monday videos or anything else pertaining to the site, I would be grateful if you could put it in the comment box below this post.

Peace!

Knee health score 3

Todd

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  1. Sohaib Khan

    I might not be able to hit the Mad Monday workout every ‘Monday’ because of work and a 4 days/week BW workout schedule, but on Sundays and Saturdays, one of the “off/Rest” days, I like to break out and add day 5 as a ‘S.O.A Mad Monday”. So I think it’d be a great idea if you continued, Todd! I really love this website for its dedicated BW training posts. Keeps me motivated. Thanks for all the info and great workouts.

    -Regards from Pakistan

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Thanks Sohaib. I’ve been off of the Mad Monday workouts for awhile but plan to resurrect them very shortly. 🙂

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  2. Ennio

    Hi Todd.
    I find that the exercises you share with us in your blog, are very interesting and unique (some of them are not found anywere else!). That is a key point to continue challenging the muscles and improving the overall fitness level. God bless you and your family.
    Regards,
    Ennio (from Venezuela)

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Thanks so much Ennio!!! God bless you as well. 🙂

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  3. espinho

    Hey Todd,

    Your work is a constant inspiration to me. Love the stuff! Thanks for putting in the work and God bless!

    Espinho

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Thanks so much Espinho! I appreciate it!

      Reply
  4. Rob

    Hi Todd and Allison, I’ve only been with you a couple of weeks and am studying your BW ebook and integrating your workouts with others. So for me, you have already provided several great Mad Monday workouts that will last me a while. If you wanted to go to a “Mad-once- a -month” video I’d be satisfied. Jn. 2:5 🙂

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Welcome Rob! Glad you are enjoying the Mad Mondays. I think I’ll stick with the “once-a-week” plan but certainly appreciate the feedback!

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  5. Marc

    I used it today!! Helps cause I have to get my kids around in the morning as well!

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Great Marc! It can definitely be a family activity!

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  6. JIMBO

    New ideas and drills are always great to have as you can never have too many arrows in a quiver. They keep us from becoming bored or concentrating on but one set of muscles. Some hints on keeping the SOA followers motivated would be appreciated.

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Jimbo, great idea! I can definitely hit on more motivational topics as well! 🙂

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  7. Lent

    Hey Todd, I appreciate your commitment to SOA, and most importantly, to us. I hope and look forward to continuing with you.

    Thanks alot,
    Lent

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Hi Lent, Glad you are enjoying the workouts!

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  8. Erick

    Hi Todd,
    I appreciate your workouts, your enthusiasm, your generosity in actually GIVING tools people can use, and your statement of faith.
    Thank you for this opportunity.

    Blessings,
    Erick

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    • Todd Kuslikis

      Thank you so much Erick! I appreciate the comment. Blessings back!

      Reply
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