Monday, October 24, 2016

Arrow Workouts

I was finding it difficult to do many sets of certain exercises. While with some it was easy to do more sets. I was wondering how to take it on to my workouts schedule. I do workouts with dumbbells. 10 kg pair.
Then I came up with an idea. I call this "Arrow Workouts". Here is the diagram of my workouts.
This schedule is suiting me. I am able to do dumbbells exercises more regularly. I do about three rounds of this schedule. It takes about 25 minutes - 30 minutes.

1. Biceps Curls 3 sets of 5 reps.
2. Military Presses 2 sets of 5 reps.
3. Squats 1 set of 5 reps.
4. Triceps Back Lifts 2 sets of 7 reps.
5. Both arms together dumbbells rows 3 sets of 5 reps.
6. Bench Presses 2 sets of 7 reps.
7. Dumbbells abs Workouts (Bring both your arms with dumbbells and your legs towards centre, lying down) 1 set of 7 reps.
8. Dead-lifts 2 sets of 5 reps..

I do three rounds. Some days two rounds. The complete cycle.
I plan to change Dumbbells abs Workouts (7th). This does not seem very effective. Maybe I will do single dumbbell raises, standing, between legs to eye levels.
The arrow symbolizes strength. And motivating. And the number of sets has been taken care of, too.

Thursday, October 13, 2016


Destructiveness has been condemned by our society in India, It is not acceptable at all. Destructive mindset is unwelcome and is usually discriminated and considered anti-social.
A person in destructive mode is in quadrant I. He is suicidal. He may cause destruction. He may show unwarranted aggressive behavior. He may express anger to even favorable situations.
Such a person behaves with close associates as in quadrant II. He blames his friends, family, society and organisation for his failures. Any one of them or some of them or all of them.
A person with destructive mindset anticipates as in quadrant III. He begins to expect scheming enemies and foresees situations beyond control. He anticipates mishaps and fears of further discrimination arise in his mind.
Such a person views the world differently and is as in quadrant IV. He feels the situation is unwelcome and there is no scope for improvement. He sees moral corruption everywhere.
Is it bad to have a destructive mindset?
Not necessarily.
There are work which calls for channelizing this mindset for welfare. Cleaning, polishing, exercising, physical work are some ways to channelize this mindset.
Lord Shiva was a god of destruction. There are many devotees of Shiva. Much more than Vishnu devotees. But people in haste and greed forget to listen to reason and follow the successful for short term gains.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

ISO and Quality

The crux of ISO is the spin.
The crux of quality is the two hands, we have.
This is the way I think. My brain works this way. IIM guys, are these ideas good?
Then I make a statement for ISO. For myself. The statement is "I shall contribute to my organisation in software". 
The order is therefore:-
1) Context. Software it is.
2) Leadership. Software because I am good in it.
3) Planning. I make plans. SAP solutions.
4) Support. I expect support for my plans.
5) Operation. If supported, the steps. If not, the steps.
6) Performance Evaluation.
7) Improvement.
Each of these 7 points follow a spin pattern (Hats off Europe. And apologies.). The x axis which is what you do. The y axis which is what to do to create harmony. The -x axis is improvement. Negative because you need improvement. Possibly, what you do is not correct. Against x.
About the quality, it is Pythagoras and Fibonacci, as expressed by hands (Hats off Europe. And deep regrets.). Fingers and gaps.
The statement for quality is, "Survival of the fittest".
There are two methods in quality process of mine. First, product. Second, money.
I have developed on my quality policies a lot. Like importance of thumb. Importance of four fingers being together. Identifying gaps (Read, loopholes). Cost of gaps etc.
I am also making plans on writing a book on "Caricatures". I am confident the book will sell. These are my current plans.