Showing posts from March, 2011

Super Human Workshop Coming Up


Do you want to learn how to bend steel with your bare hands and other crazy feats of strength?

Do you want to discover how to build incredible strength and endurance together in just a couple hours a week?

Do you want to master your own bodyweight, kettlebells and many other training tools?

What would you do to completely unlock the powers of your mind allowing you to build the body, strength and skills you’ve only dreamt of?

Well, you have the opportunity to learn all of the above and more hand’s on in April.

World renown strongman Bud Jeffries, known for squatting 1000 lbs. from the bottom of the rack as well as 3000+ kettlebell swing workouts, has teamed up with Logan Christopher, a guy who pulls firetrucks by his hair, to deliver their Super Human Training Workshop.

From April 15th through the 17th in San Jose, California they’ll deliver ALL their training information to you in a live, hands on, do the drills and get the skills format.…

Being Creative For The Karl Gotch Bible

The old-time wrestler created or should I say found one of the greatest ways to get in great condition whether for combat sports or whatever. He would have his wrestlers/students work with a deck of cards, shuffle them around and have them see how far they would go. Usually in this manner it be the Hindu Squats and Hindu Push-ups which to Karl himself said to be the foundational exercises for optimal conditioning.

As time went on some wrestling teams or organizations would have their wrestlers play around with the deck and came up with other exercises like sit-ups, pull-ups and others to keep their wrestlers guessing because in competition you never know what's going to happen so this teaches you how to be prepared for the unexpected. Wrestlers in Japan seemed to like this type of conditioning so much that it became one of their tests (I believe) and it made some of the wrestlers practically unstoppable. I don't know if the deck was used in other countries but if they have it…

For Those W/ Droids Or IPhone/IPads

Technology has come a long way and still going strong and there is some technology we don't need but I won't reveal what they are. One thing I do like and its having a Droid Phone. There are many apps to choose from and most of what I get has to do with training. I have one for Push-ups, Tabata workouts, Card workouts and Qi Gong.

If you're still inlove with training then I highly recommend these types of apps for the phone. Not only can your training can be effective but it can motivate you to take it to a different level. Now do you need these apps? Of course not this is just a suggestions. Play with the other apps another time and take the time to take advantage of amplifying your training. I'm not into bodybuilding type training but there are apps for those too.

My favorite so far is the Playing Card Workout. It gives you four exercises to do and off you go and lets see how many cards you can muster. You can also change the names of the exercises to whatever you …

Importance Of Flexibility

You can have all the strength, stamina, balance and you can have the most beautiful body on the planet but if you don't have the flexibility, you're not only prone to injury but you'll be stiff as a board and looking like an old man/woman walking around. Flexibility is very important for all athletes and the average Joe. Believe it or not its very important to Dancers, Entertainers & Musicians because if they're not up to par you won't see them perform very long.

I believe in the art of smart flexibility not just stretching in different places. I need to be flexible due to the injuries from my legs. I don't do the typical stretches you see in the gym or in PE class, no. The stretches I do require concentration and pure laser-like focus. I want to focus on moving that extra inch and meditate at the same time. Stretching shouldn't be that painful (Don't think for a second you're a better stretcher then the next guy, the most flexible people are t…

CoreForce Energy & Its Powers

Want to learn how to fly like superman, shoot lasers out of your fingertips, be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? Keep dreaming pal because that only exists in comic books but you do have the ability to create super strength and accelerating speed to become somewhat superhuman. Scientists say we only use 10% of our brain power at our highest potential. What if we can bring that up by let say 2% maybe 3% to start? That would really get you going don't you think? Truth is if we are going to learn our brain power to a higher level then we must focus on what can be brought out in us just by thinking and using our imaginations.

Certain sounds make a valid point that can determine what is fast and what is slow.....Lets say a sound of a punch, during a punch yell out "Baaam." What does it sound like like? Is it fast or is it slow? Sounds slow doesn't it and why is that? You see "Baaam" is still powerful but it has no idea where its going except forwa…

Being Interviewed By Matt Furey

Yesterday morning I had the pleasure of speaking to a great man by the name of Matt Furey. For those who don't know, Matt has established himself as a Internet entrepreneur not only in fitness but for business as well. A self-made millionare as you may put it. He is also been known in some circles as a fake and a controversial guy for his outlandish prices for products and other forms of money making schemes. Well I don't give a shit about all that stuff and I was honored to be interviewed by him. For the most part we got into how I recovered from my accident nearly 6 years ago, my accomplishments, my motivation for training and a certain secret that I recently discovered that I don't think was ever put in the same context as I have put.

I had a lot of fun with it and it lasted nearly 40 minutes. The questions he asked me were very thurough and I answered back with some humor and straight to the point. I didn't hold back on my answers and a couple of them made the guy…

Developing Pull-up Power From A World Class Gymnast & A Concert Pianist

How the hell can two very different athletes share secrets to doing pull-ups and not only get you to amp up your reps but give you little tidbits on how to increase your power to develop a great v-taper and strengthen your entire upper body? Well its not surprising that this shit works. I've seen both of these guys in action and i'm here to tell you that they are the best at what they do.

Pull-ups are one of the most neglected exercises in physical culture today and why is that? Its because they're difficult to do and when someone can't even get themselves up its humiliating. I know how that feels and being a super-heavyweight at 5'10 its even worse. Yet what if you learned some tricks that not only helped you get your first rep but also increase your reps if you're a veteran of the exercise. One of the key points to doing rep after rep is your grip. Grip strength is another neglected area that needs to have spot on power. Without grip strength you won't b…

The Realm Of Superhuman Power Is Not That Far Out Of Reach

Some of us never get a chance to do the things that goes beyond ourselves. Achieving something much greater then yourself is a very tough task. Never can it be that your power within can't go any higher then what others tell you. Well I say screw that. There is a power within us that not only can save someone's life but also our own. What if you learned a few simple techniques that not only took your strength to the stars but beyond the moon (slight exaggeration)? Its hard to believe that a few key points can not only double your power but even triple it or more. Well I have made it a quest to find what can put me in a state of mind that just gives ferocious strength and great speed. So far in my quest I have found it but also haven't found it. Its there in my grasp but its still a mystery to learn but I keep learning it and the more I have put the effort in, the more powerful i'm becoming.

You can do that to with the help of Concert Virtuoso Garin Bader and his cours…