Keep Learning and Choose Trainers Wisely
Choose Trainers Wisely
Cesaro knows the ropes when it comes to fitness, but he does lean on trainers and other wrestlers — who travel with him — to keep him in line and mix it up."Get a friend who’s really good at working out or in good shape or in the shape you want to be. It sounds kind of harsh, but if somebody gives me advice on working out, he should at least be better at working out than me. I understand if somebody’s studied it, but they need to also be able to apply that."
"I get tips and tricks all the time from people, but that’s all part of growing. There's constantly new ways to work out. There's constantly new theories and studies, and anybody who wants to get better at anything will realize you never stop learning. The moment you think you know everything, you should probably quit."
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"It's full-body, because to be honest, my legs get tired before I get really dizzy. So that’s where the endurance part comes in. You need to hold your opponent’s legs in place, which you need your arms for. And you obviously need your legs when you’re spinning, but you also need your back, especially your lower back, to keep your balance. The secret is repetition, like with most exercises. And, of course, being in good shape and health."