Carpet Cleaner | Episode 476 | Complete Carpet
We continue our series on tile cleaning. Tulsa’s carpet cleaner since 1998. We are Complete Carpet.
Speaker 1: (10:16)
And as you keep going back and forth, going up and down on that grout, just start to feel your shoulders burn event for us, we always switch every three feet. We switch our hands, my right hands top, my left hands bottom, and then five to six feet later I switch to my left hand, top of my right hand bottom. Tulsa’s Highest and most reviewed Carpet Cleaner. And that way you keeps alternating up and down so that each shoulder gets an even amount of work. But it will definitely put a hurt on your shoulders the next day because you’ve not used that type of motion shoe. Your shoulders are not prepared for that much of an endurance, maybe 10 to 20 feet of tile and no big deal. You would have any problem to get to 200 feet of linear that you’re scrubbing and it all of a sudden becomes like, wow, I can just massively feel the burn all through my shoulders from having to push this in the next two or three days. Tulsa’s carpet cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (11:02)
Your arms feel like they’re almost useless. And that’s part of why, um, hat’s a half. The reason people pay us to clean your tile is because they don’t want that physical exertion or the error, the soreness, the stiff you miss the next day. And a lot of people, they have no problem with doing the work. The problem, just having the endurance to finish the work. Tell people if you are going to do it, break it up into little five by five areas and do that portion one day and then the next day do another portion. And by the end of the week, if you’ve done all the tile through your house, well then you’ve got your body prepped up, your body will respond the same way, uh, back in. Sure. All of us at some point, if I had some friend that talked us into go running with them, and the first time you go running with a runner and you’re not a runner, you get about a quarter to half a mile in and you’re winded and then, but if you stick to it and you’ll get in there, you can go to 4k pretty quickly or cash to five K and you can get out there and you say, okay, I am going to do this. Tulsa’s Highest and most reviewed Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (11:58)
I did. This is something I want to do. I don’t want to have the spaghetti legs I did the first day, so what do I do the next day I’ll try to do maybe a little bit more than half a mile. The next day I finally get up to three to four or five days, and you finally got up to where you were able to walk or jog one full mile and then three weeks later you’re up to where you’re John Walker Dragan three miles and your body’s just used to it as if it’s no big deal at all. And your body will adapt or respond in like kind to whatever stress or pressure you put upon it, it will rise to the challenge. Just because you haven’t done it doesn’t mean you can’t just means you can’t do it yet. I think I said, hang on, repeat that right there. Just because you have not done it does not mean you can. Tulsa’s carpet cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (12:38)
It just means you have not. You just can’t do it yet. And as you work through, if something’s too hard, it just means you’re weak. And the way that you combat that is that you become stronger and as you become stronger, whatever you thought was too hard before, no longer is too hard. It now becomes easy. And that’s part of that is just making sure that you do it. Now other times, there’s a lot of stuff that I could do, but I know that I shouldn’t do because of this exact thing that we’re talking about. If I get out, then I rake all the leaves in my yard, I will have sore. I’m, even though I cleaned carpets every day, I will have sore arms for a week because the raking the leaves is a different set of muscles in a different movement than I do for cleaning. Tulsa’s Highest and most reviewed Carpet Cleaner.
Speaker 1: (13:18)
Carpet, eye movement I use for cleaning carpet, uh, is different than it is for cleaning tile. And so each of those has set up a different set of muscles. So you want to make sure that whatever you do, you do it out on a consistent basis because your body will respond to the consistency and produce whatever muscles and things that you need to be able to do that without getting, without harming your body with, I didn’t even trouble. As you go through the different, um, parts of your days, you get through the rest of the week. Uh, on the flip side, if you know that you need to do something like this, then prepare your body the day after. Do a hot bath. Do a S Epson salts something to get some blood flow increased to break down the lactic acid build up in your muscles so that you can, uh, have I, uh, easy, uh, time recovering because you know that your body will bounce back and respond.
Tulsa’s carpet cleaner since 1998.
Speaker 1: (14:05)
Uh, used to be, there’s a things called pumping iron as a book by Arnold Swartz and air back in the 90s. And one of the things he talked about in there was that you didn’t start to grow. You didn’t start to build muscle until it started to hurt. Because if you do what’s normal to you, then your body will maintain what it normally is. It will not grow. It will not change because it’s just doing what it knows you have the capacity to do. But once you push past that capacity, you now will push it into a realm of needing to grow, needing to do a little bit more. That’s where we send our kids to school so that they can continue to push past the capacity of their current level of thinking, add more knowledge, add more information, add more critical thinking so that they can continue to develop and grow their brain in the same way that we grow our muscles, the way that we grow our skills and abilities, which is why everything, some of the greatest moments in your life come from your failures. Tulsa’s carpet cleaner since 1998.
We will continue in our next episode.