Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Poetry Of Physical Culture

Weakness Is a Crime….Don’t be a Criminal”

Body of weak stature doesn’t do the mind justice.

The weak mind doesn’t do the body its structure.

Strength within builds power to the outside.

Keep the mind and body strong, crime will never appeal.

The Breath of Life

Life starts with the breath.

Breath is the source of power.

Power begins with an inhale.

Power ends with an exhale.

If not for the breath.

Life will not have power.

Olympic Weightlifting

An obstacle of weight is upon him.

It’s imitating.

It’s empowering.

How does he know of its power?

Why does it matter if it’s lifted?

Only the mind can lift that weight.

Therefore the body must take the challenge.

Pull, clean, push and hold and you have yourself a winner.


Give up.

He’s in his peak and you’re in your own world.

How do you beat him?

How do you withstand his strength?

Ability is limitless.

Yet you are scared.

Empower your mind.

Empower your spirit.

To weaken the man, strength becomes his weakness.

Advantage your power and you will weaken his spirit.

Defeated you are not.

Powers Of CoreForce Energy

When you want to generate power at a superhuman rate, it can be very difficult to take hold of. From personal experience, I’ve had days where my body just doesn’t want to do a damn thing. I’m sore, ill or just plain bored. We’ve all had those days and we wish we just had more energy to grab onto and use it for whatever we need to do….Our job, family matters, holding groceries, playing with the kids, hell sometimes we need energy or strength to open a jar of pickles that’s hard to unlock and its just not there at times.

I stumbled upon a course I borrowed from a friend and at first I thought it just looked cool and see what this guy had to say. Needless to say I was stunned by what I saw. This dude is roughly older then most guys in his profession and yet looks 15 years younger then his age. He taught a system where you can combine your muscles with your mind (Mind/Body connection) and learn to use sounds and imagination to become super strong within a very short period of time. Now like most people I thought this was bullshit and this guy is just off his rock and just plain skeptical because I already was strong. At 230-240+ lbs. I was bending steel, ripping phonebooks, levering as heavy as 12 pound sledgehammers and can do sets of 10-12 chin-ups so how much can I really learn?

Believe it or not I had a lot to learn and for good reason. So I checked out what and who this guy was. As a young man he had dreams of being a really great piano player and also being as strong as possible. That’s cool to listen to but I’m not inspired yet. So he keeps rambling on until he started talking about how many piano competitions he’s won and how much weight he has used (to start) and one picture of him changed my entire thought about him when I saw him do 2 finger push-ups in a superman type hold and I thought to myself “Holy shit, how the hell does he do that?”

I began to study his system with a vengeance and before you know it I was getting stronger in the things I love to do and didn’t even do much training on them. I even became faster and at my size that’s quite an accomplishment. I decided a couple years later to seek him out and see what he’s really capable of. I did some training with him and he may be 6’ and 200 lbs. but he was pushing me around like a little kid and weight wise I’m way bigger then he was. After learning from him it was my duty as a student to learn more about this system then ever before. The man I’m speaking of is the multitalented entertainer Garin Bader. He has traveled all over the world performing on the piano, doing magic tricks and doing some insane feats of dexterity and strength. This system is called CoreForce Energy. It’s a system purely based on the methods to create super strength and rapid speed fast. I can’t reveal what he taught me personally but what he teaches is nothing short of Surreal. The way you can build the power already inside you is not that hard to find but you got to put a little work into it to really find the real ways to generate great strength without putting so many hours in the gym which at most can cost you money, your time plus it’s boring as hell.

I have used this system quite a bit in the last couple years and every time I try it out I’m always learning something new and that’s what you want to get out of it. You can always find something new in this course but more importantly you learn about finding something in yourself. We already have an extreme amount of strength in us that we don’t use but if I had to pick the best place to find is right here in CoreForce Energy. There won’t be any of the crap about teaching you to fly or pick up cars off of kids or make you invincible but what you will learn is finding the tools to be less prone to injury, have you training better and smarter, become 2-3 times stronger then you are now, tips on how to start and where to go beyond the realms of your own imagination. They only say imagination can take you so far. Well here is your chance to find the road to success and reach more then what others will say.

Step into the power already within and take your place as the best and strongest person you can be both mentally and physically. Let CoreForce Energy take you on the path to super strength and super speed at a rate you won’t find anywhere else. Become Superhuman.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Two Exercises That Can Make Your Tendons Strong

This exercise is the towel squeeze. Take a bucket of water and get it to about half full at best and put the towel in and get it as wet as possible. After a few moments take the towel out and start to squeeze the water out of the towel till its bone-dry. This exercise alone can pump up your lower arms like never before. This should be done outside. The meaning of this exercise is to squeeze and twist. The tendons are getting worked in a way not many other exercises can in this manner. It can be used to help bend steel or tear cards or in daily life like opening a jar of pickles or something. The important thing to remember is to focus on the grip and twisting the wrists. After doing this plenty of times I can safely say this is one of the most simple and healthy ways to strengthen the grip, your tendons and your lower arms. I first learned of this exercise from a DVD made by strongman John Brookfield who by many considered to be one of the most conditioned strongmen around and for good reason.

As you can see what old-time strongman and newly inducted York Barbell Hall Of Famer Slim The Hammerman is doing is an exercise he's been doing for many years to keep his tendons strong and powerful. Its called the Gooseneck. You open and close the hand your working up to 5 seconds, no less then 3. Doing this exercise in high repitition can help increase blood flow to the lower arms and give your tendons some work. Slim has said on film that tendons are very important and not so much muscle. Building muscles may not always be quite enough but if you work the tendons you're getting much more then you think. Slim has said to do this exercise up to 800 times for both arms. Thats really incredible and for a man at Slims age (In this picture & Now at age 76) he doesn't have bad looking tendons but thats because for the longest time he's been lifting sledgehammers at weight that not one person on the planet has been able to touch. At best one or a few others have lifted up to 20 lbs. or so but thats just an appetizer for Slim. He's lifted as much at max level 69lbs. which is not even human. I've done this exercise as much as 500 times (250 per arm) and i'm here to tell you it is an incredible exercise not only for a great pump but also more importantly keeping your hands healthy and supple.

These 2 are just as important as to others that can keep your tendons strong and your grip even stronger. These 2 exercises have helped me in pull-ups, bending 60D penny nails and keeping my hands flexible and strong for whatever I nee to use them for. There are many other tendon building exercises out there but these 2 are close personal favorites.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

What Do Albert Einstein, Bruce Lee & Dennis Rogers Have In Common?

I know what you're thinking "Why the hell those guys, they have nothing in common." Well hate to burst your bubble there pal but they have more in common in their little finger then most people have in their entire body. What they have is extraordinary imaginations and superior mind power.

Even suffering from Dyslexia, Einstein developed one of the greatest theories in history and even some of the greatest scientists after him are amazed at the power he had in his mind. As a boy he dreamed of being on a beem of light soaring through space gliding through the speed of light. For those playing the home game the speed of light is 186,000 miles per second. That's pretty damn fast don't you think? So even with that he developed into the greatest of minds the world has ever known.

Bruce Lee was a man of honor and superior strength for his size. What he developed was one of the most powerful systems on the planet and he trained with a fighting force. At 155 Pounds he was pound for pound one of the strongest and fastest men at his size. While filming the Green Hornet the crew had asked Lee to slow down his speed at around 30% of his best. He was so fast that not only did it make the main actor look bad but the crew couldn't even keep up with him on camera. Not only was he a great Martial artist and actor but he was also unbelievably intelligent in his writing and philosophy on life.

Dennis Rogers is and always will be the World's Strongest Man for the feats he performs. As a skinny kid he once weighed 79 Pounds in high school. Now I don't have to tell you that people at 79 pounds are not very intimating. So what did he do? He became strong, first as an arm-wrestler and defeated some of the biggest names in the sport at one time. After becoming a powerful Arm-Wrestler he shifted towards Strongmanism particularly in the old vaudeville circus strongman of the early 20th Century. He began tearing cards, bending steel and breaking metal until it became not just a hobby but a profession. He's known as one of the greatest phonebook tearers in the world (my favorite feat of strength) and has also been seen by more people then any other strongman in history before or since. He's also one of the most intelligent people around and for good reason. He studies on how to not only be stronger but also more mindful. If you get a chance check him out at

So how would YOU like to develop superhuman powers of your own, both mindfully and physically? Well I know of one man who can help take you there. He's helped me and countless others how to become strong and powerful without all the years of torturing yourself in the gym. No this isn't a course to teach you to fly or that type of bullshit but you will find a power within that has been there all along. Scientist say our best at our strongest is no more then 10%. What if we can get past 2-4 or maybe 10% beyond that? I would definitely want to have that for sure. His name is Garin Bader and he is the author and creator of CoreForce Energy. A system that puts you in the hotseat for developing strength & speed at an alarming rate.

It can supercharge your mental focus and muscles by working together. Want more? Here a few things you will find.....

Learn Rapid Improvement Techniques

Tap Into The Very Power Within To Generate Super Strength & Speed

Apply The Ability To Focus On A Very Small Point Like Bruce Lee

Discover Certain Breathing Patterns For Effortless Power

The Power To Gain More In One Day Then The Time It Took Months Or Years

And Many More.....

Get your hands on CoreForce Energy and never feel you can't develop super powers like Eienstein, Lee & Rogers.

Why Hand Strength & Health Are Keys To Super Strength

There are many ways to build Super Human Strength. You can lift weights, Lift Heavy Objects or better yet work on building Massive Functional Muscle. I mean theres variety in everything you can accomplish but if your hands arn't up to the challenge, all that goal setting won't be worth a lick. Hand Health and Strength are one of the missing links in many people's training arsenal. Lets face it without strong powerful hands you can't be a great muscian, steel bender, phonebook tearer, heavy deadlifter and most of all without strong, functional grip strength you won't be able to do the things that go on in daily life.

Years ago around the time of my recovery of my legs, while I was getting my leg strength up to great levels I realized that if I want to get stronger in the things I wanted to do like bend steel, tear up phonebooks and whatever else I needed to work my grip because lets face it grip strength is neglected a lot in commercial gyms. Its just sad you know. What if you need to save someones life and your grip isnt up to the challenge. Let me tell you a little story.....

Back in the 30's an old-time strongman named Sid Klein was training up in his gym in New York when he heard a man yelled out "FIRE...FIRE....HELP" and the strongman jumped to the rescue to find that the old man's wife needed more help then he did so Sid climbed down to grab the wife and climb back up to save her. Now I don't know how accurate I made that story but the ending is Sid's grip was so strong it helped him save another human being from harm and possibly death. Now hopefully none of us would have to do certain things like that in our lifetime but we should be prepared for it.

Now you do all the heavy weights, you can even try doing Hand Balancing or Kettlebell Juggling but if you don't have the hands for them it just won't come to you. To be the strongest person you can be taking the time to work your hands, wrist and lower arms will take you a long way more then you ever though possible. Take it from me, in my experience grip strength for certain things is almost mandatory. Not may people at 240+ lbs. are doing sets of 10 chin-ups or pull-ups but with my training in the grip i've been able to do that. One of the key things to grip training is just like anything else and thats progression and theres also consistancy and practice.

Now one guy in my opinion who has taken Grip Strength to another level is my man Garin Bader. A concert Pianist with 13 Gold Medals in International Competition is by far one of the best athletes in the world when it comes to Dexterity, Agility and just flat out Strong. In his shows he also does Hand Balancing, plays the Sax, Magic Tricks and he even swings across the stage on a silk curtain just using a pinch grip. Believe it or not he's never had a major injury in his career and thats pretty damn good consiering the types of things he does. He's also a business man and wants to help others get in awesome shape and like him take their hand strength to levels they couldn't imagine.

I have personally seen how powerful Garin is and for a guy his size he's one of the most agile and flexible guys I know. I trained with him one day and not after maybe an hour or so he was showing me a thing or two and he was tossing me around like a rag doll and i'm 40 pounds bigger then him. His grip is off the hook (no pun intended) and he is def. an example of what you can do to get from place to place with a mighty grip. Take a look at his 2 Biggest Courses..........CoreForce Energy and Finger Gymnastics. Read his story and he'll show you first hand what you can do to create the most powerful hands you can take hold of (pun intended).

Friday, May 20, 2011

Language Of Exercise

Like a new language we learn the words, verbs, nouns, pronouns and various pronunciations. Now shift that to exercise. Learn the movement, the way your body flows, certain posture and placement of hands and/or feet. To unlock your greatest potential for perfect exercise learn to channel how your body works in fluidity. Power doesn't always come from muscles but from your mind. Like language you don't use your body you use your mind and the way you speak to get the language right. With exercise you start with a thought and like words with your mouth you move the body in the direction the exercise goes.

I discovered the Language of Exercise from a line in Young Indiana Jones Adventures. In one of the episodes (I think somewhere around the pilot) Young Indy is on a boat to a dig in Egypt with T.E Lawrance (Lawrence Of Arabia) and Lawrence tells Indy "Where ever you travel, learn the language, it unlocks the key to everything." That got me thinking of what i've been doing for years and never knew about it till now and thats the language of exercise. With your strength & conditioning to unlock your greatest potential find your language and find what works for you. Want to learn a new language (exercise) here a few places to learn.....

Kettlebell Snatch Domination

Training With Partials

Odd Object Lifting

Advanced Bridging Course

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

"You Can't Get Strong On Bodyweight Exercises"

You hear this a lot in gyms from every state in the country. This quote has also been made by guys who don't know jack shit about bodyweight training at least not in the same way they think they do. To them bodyweight exercise are warm-ups or pilates and all that funny looking aerobic type stuff. Why is that, how can they say such a thing? Truth of the matter is they have been sold a bill of goods by ghost writers in fitness magazines that in order to get strong you need to lift weights, take these supplements, have this type of protein powder and never need to use your own body as a source of strength training and muscle building. Well I feel pretty damn sorry for those dumbasses.

Have any of those guys heard of Gama, Karl Gotch, Kurt Thomas, Charles Atlas or one of the best football players in the world Herschal Walker? 9 out of 10 times only maybe 2 names they have heard of and thats really sad and i'll tell you why. All these men used almost exclusively nothing but bodyweight exercises and its made them somewhat superhuman. They busted their asses for years to build a level a strength and conditioning nobody can match. Take for example Karl Gotch, one of the greatest catch wrestlers whoever lived. He made his mark not as a famous professional wrestler but one of the most gifted trainers the world has ever known. His conditioning methods were second to none and he made some of the biggest marks on japanese wrestling. His training consisted of three foundamental exercises.....Push-ups, Squats & Bridging. One of his methods was using a deck of cards and shuffle them making the red cards push-ups and the black cards squats or vise versa.

I don't know about you but I would love to see one of those morons who believe bodyweight training are for warm-ups to try this out. He won't last more 20 cards. It takes strength to do a push-up no matter how you slice it but to take it to another and turn it into strength/endurance is a whole new ball game. This type of workout alone can jump start a person's conditioning within a short period of time. Take the time to learn the exercises before you jump into the cards.

Now can bodyweight exercises make you stronger? Well how about for starters most of my training is purely bodyweight and i'm 5'10 242 lbs. and I once deadlifted nearly 400 pounds without having too much training on it. I may be a big dude but I also have flexibility and did a whole deck of cards in just over 21 min. How about another guy by the name of Logan Christopher. This guy is 6'2 and 185, thats pretty skinny for a guy that height but he has strength that have impressed some of the strongest men in the world and most are far bigger then him. He has won a contest to determain the most conditioned athlete of the year and at the same time his training has helped him bend steel, rip phonebooks, bend horseshoes and in my opinion has one of the strongest necks around holding as much as 600+ pounds in a bridge.

Ultimate Bodyweight- Squats

Ultimate Bodyweight- Push-ups

Advanced Bridging Course

Scientific Wrestling

Monday, May 16, 2011

Put The "Fun" In Functional Fitness

When it comes to fitness equipment theres not a whole lot we need to get a great workout. Yet if you want to take advantage of getting in shape and not spend thousands of dollars on equipment why not just go with cables. Using cables is one of the most revolutionary way to build a foundational fitness program and in many ways are better then barbells and dumbbells. Can you haul that type of eqipment in a gym bag, I don't think so. Plus its a pain in the ass to travel and all you're getting is a bad back so when it comes to resourcefulness cables take the cake.

With cables you can adjust them in seconds and like dumbbells you can change sizes and strengths to fit your needs. Lifeline USA has taken fitness to another level by the father and son who have revolutionized the fitness industry, John & Bobby Hinds. They even have a Unicycle that you can use to develop a powerful core and you can either hold onto it with your hands or strap in your feet and go for a "walk." Bobby Hinds is most famous for is his jump ropes which are one of the best conditioning exercises ever used by athletes in Boxing, Wrestling, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, Football ect.

As far as cables are concerned you will find equipment that can hit muscles in ways free weights, machines and boyweight exercise can't and thats what you need to get a strong and enduring body that can take your strength to levels unheard of. Take it from me I have used various methods over the years and Lifeline USA has been my best source for cheap and high quality equipment. Here are a few things you will find that can elevate your strength & conditioning.........

Chest Expander

Power Wheel

Portable Power Jumper

Pull-up Revolution Pro

Beaded Jump Ropes

Power Push-up

PowR Walk Pro

And many more....

Some high ranked Universatities even have said this website has the best equipment for their Student Athletes and some of the best pros in the world have used them. Want to train in a way like the Pros? Then find the best equipment that works for you.

Tumbling Your Way To Greatness

Becoming a gymnast takes years of practice and conditioning is at its best for bodyweight exercises. Now what if you didn't need all those years and learn some gymnastics faster and get in condition quicker and get healther all at the same time. My man Logan has a course called Tumbling Illustrated. You will find that tumbling can be a fun and interesting fitness program. Remember as a kid you used to do rolls while playing and it was just fun to do? It be fun to do that again huh?

Learn how to take control of your body and live your childhood dream. Theres no need to spend a ton of money on gymnastic classes. Not to knock gymnastics, I practiced a bit myself and I loved doing tumbling training and handbalancing. The training was incredible but it does get expensive so why not find a better way to train without going through so many fees. Some people believe you can't get started without being a gymnast. Hate to burst your bubble its a myth and you can even start at this very moment.

Some tumbling exercises can even help people with back issues and can work the spine to keep you healthy and strong. With a great variety of moves you will never find a boring workout in this manner. Like with every program start with the basics and work into them to build up to the difficult ones. If you work them too fast that can lead to injury so learn the right speed and form to get the most benefit.

Here will be what you'll find in the course.........

5 Roundoffs

24 Handbalancing moves

8 Combination Rolls

12 Hand Springs

55 Novelty Stunts

8 Dives

6 Cartwheels

& Many More..........

Learn to train like a gymnast without needing to be one.

Tumbling Illustrated

My Detication Workout To The Late Karl Gotch & My 6 Year Anniversary

Yesterday was the 6th year anniversary of the day I broke both my legs in a cliff jumping accident. Since then I deticated workouts to celebrate what I had accomplished over the last few years and this time was no exception and added a twist to it. So what I did was for this particular workout was the Karl Gotch Bible that the old-time wrestler created to make one of the greatest conditioning elements in the world. Karl Gotch always said to work the foundamentals push-ups, squats and bridging. I took out one of my decks of cards, shuffled them around and hammered out what I could. I varied the push-ups to work different muscles from different angles but stuck with the hindu squats/jumpers. I finished the whole deck in 21min. and 13sec. Thats a new PR for me.

After that I did some bridging and stretching/energy drills and finished the workout in less then 45 min. Now I don't know about you guys but it was fucking tough and whoever tries it is in the ride of your life. This takes toughness to a whole new level. This was a very high moment for me because when I first started walking again I couldn't do 10 cards let alone regular hindu push-ups and hindu squats so to say this was a huge accomplishment would be an understatement. I've done plenty of workouts to be a bit of an expert on how tough you have to be to pull off certain exercises. Now what if you wanted to be a conditioned athlete and take your workout to a level only the elite can achieve. With enough practice and by your creativity you can become somewhat superhuman and achieve a level of conditioning that the average joe only dreams of.

Take a look at Conditioning For Combat Sports by The Great One himself as he puts a young man through a workout that will blow you away. Also if you want to see some true conditioning elements take a look at Submission Master by Gotch student Yoshiaki Fujiwara. His students demonstrate along with him the brutal tactics of Catch-As-Catch-Can Wrestling with some very important exercises for the whole body. Its in Japanese but it gives you certain points and helps you understand key factors. I believe you won't be disappointed.

Scientific Wrestling

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Take Your Core Strength To The Next Level

One of the most difficult parts of the body is the one most people need work on next to the tendons and ligiments of the body and thats your Core which is your lower back, upper/middle/lower abdominals and the obliques. Strengthen these together and you got yourself a pretty strong body. A lot of people feel the need to isolate the core one muscle at a time by doing hundreds of crunches, hundreds of side bends and whatever else they need to do. Truth of the matter is if you only isolate a certain muscle, that muscle will get strong but not the rest of you.

Take into consideration of the cavemen, neandrathals and other anchient men of early civiliation. They had to bust their ass trying to survive by pushing, pulling, swimming, fighting, running and yet they were the fittest men of their time and never once did they do crunches or side bends because thats not what they needed to function in the world. Their Core became powerful by what they had to do to survive. Now they may not have had six-pac abs (or did they?) but they were very strong and very intelligent in that particular time period and they had to be otherwise they'd be eaten or crushed by wild animals.

Now we know that man invented the wheel and it was one of the biggest things to change the course of civilization and the world for that matter and now theres a great way to use this marvalous invention and it comes from one of my main guys Jon Hinds.

This one peice of equipment can turn your core into one strong powerful peice and you only need a few minutes a day with it and unlike other ab wheels, you can use either your hands or you can strap in your feet. Jon has invented one of the best fitness equipments in the world and its been proven how much strength it can build a person and the types of exercises you can use. You will not be isolating the muscles but like a real athlete you work the whole body as a unit and build real world-class functional strength.

This bad boy is called the Lifeline Power Wheel and it will make your abs work unlike any other and when you strengthen your center (torso) your whole body will come into affect the way it suppose to. Go check it out and let Jon hook you up and build the strongest core you can possibly have. I have used it myself and after only a few minutes my body is just done and thats what I want, get in get out with the best possible results. Here are some of the exercises you will find to build a powerful Core..........



Walking On Hands


And Many More......

Go ahead, take your first step to building a powerful body and a strong as steel core.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

The Hammers Of Thor

Even if you're not a comic book fan, you can still feel like the superhero/God in your own training with the use of either sledgehammers, clubs or a combination of the two. My man Ryan Pitts has created some of the most unique peices of equipment on the planet and not only do they make your training that much more interesting the tools just look plain cool as hell. They can turn your grip and your whole body into one well rounded machine and thats no lie.

Because of the new movie Thor coming out pretty soon he has developed a set of clubs that look just like the God's weapon of choice and trust me when I say this when you get your hands on these babies even the go himself may not be able to handle you. I've played around with similar clubs and his sledgehammer they kicked my ass all over the place. I can bend steel, rip up phonebooks and lever a 12 lb. hammer but nothing compares to the type of workout these bad boys will put you through. With practice and will power your tendons will become steel cords, your wrists will move in complete unison with the body with both strength and flexibility and more then not your hands will have a bonified bone-crushing grip.

Grip strength is a must for any athlete or the average joe and very few things done right can give you a grip that can destroy metal itself. What Ryan has put out for you can help you achieve a level of strength and power that certain things just cannot do. He has taken an idea that was used by middle-eastern wrestlers from centuries long ago into a powerhouse of all-around strength and athleticism. I have seen on film how strong these wrestlers were with clubs, maces and their own body and now take that old-school tradition along with minor touches with Thor's Hammers and the sledgehammer and you'll have total weapons of mass destruction in your hands (Use them for good and thats with total sincerity). Take your strength to New Levels and gain an advantage on your compeition with a grip of steel and a body of pure power and condition. Now Its HammerTime!!!!!!!!

Stronger Grip

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Keeping It Simple Works Period.....

In the modern gyms today you have to do this for triceps, biceps, quads, hams, calves, chest ect. ect. Unless you're in rehab why the fuck waste your time with individual muscle groups. Excuse the language but sometimes some trainers just piss me off because not only are they teaching a client the wrong thing but at certain can even get them injured and even some trainers tell you to do as many as 20 or more exercises for 10 different muscle groups to get a full benefit in exercise.....Bullshit. Whether you're a weight lifter, bodyweight enthusiast or a strongman the very best program you can do is a simple one. Now that doesn't mean easy, simple and easy are two different things.

Yes in some cases you can do 20 or more exercises in a workout but each one hits the whole body in a different fasion and my favorite form of training is doing energy drills. Work the joints in various places from your neck to your toes and with the right amount of time and being smart you can do all the exercises in either 5 min. or an hour. Now a real simple program for a weight lifter really is only no more then 5 exercises total doing presses, pulls, squats and rows. This works the whole body and you can do it in less then 20 min. max. Now people buy into that bullshit senerio that they need this for that muscle and that for that muscle and its just plain stupid. Back in the golden age of physical culture before steriods was huge and supplements were "the way" of the future you had men and women busting their asses working on basic lifts and full body calisthenic work. Some of them did a combination of both like George Hackenshmidt and Otto Arco. Both men were strongmen in their own way but both used bodyweight and weightlifting and they were so basic its stupid.

For a simple Bodyweight Program its usually around push-ups, squats, sit-ups and pull-ups. You really don't need much more then that but supplement exercises like muscle control and self resistance can help build certain muscles bodyweight exercises cant touch. It doesn't matter what people say in my opinion basic exercise is the best way to go. Here are a few places to pick a plethora of exercises and only need to master a few of them. Personally you can do exercise throughout the day or in one big workout choose only 5-7 exercises and go for no more then 20 minutes. It saves you time, gym fees and gives you complete freedom.

Ultimate Bodyweight Conditioning - Squats
Ultimate Bodyweight Conditioning - Push Ups
Advanced Bridging Course
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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Taking Natural Pain Killers

No not the pills you take when you have a minor/major injury. These pain killers will revitilize your body and recharge your system. Like your car the oil needs to be changed otherwise it will die without notice and thats because if you don't take care of your joints and ligiments your body will die out prematurely.

When you learn to take care of your joints, tendons and ligiments, your body will be more resiliant to injury and your workouts will be much more efficiant.With the right exercises you will find your joints more mobile and flexibile but with the wrong exercises they can make you prone to injury and if you're in pain you are really doing something wrong. Don't waste your time with training that can cause you limitations to your daily life and put the effort into turning your joints into solid steel but fluid in movement.

If you stimulate the body the right way you will heal much quicker and you will start to live much better and pain free. In my case I have to work my joints, tendons and ligiments on a daily basis because of my legs and the way I need to keep them flexible and agile and keep my body charged and powerful. I have had days in my weight training years where I would be so stiff I couldn't get out of bed in the morning and my joints would ache like hell. Once I learned how to keep my body supple and flexible the pain would be gone and I can handle anything I wanted.

The real benefits of supple joints is that as you age and keep a consistant watch on your exercise you can feel like you can take on the world even after your prime or better yet never know if you reached your peak yet. For Strongman Bud Jeffries, keeping your body supple is one of if not his biggest priority for the weights he lifts or the bending and breaking he performs. At 270 pounds he needs to have a strong body all around.

In this course you will find the following ways on how to keep your body recharged and supple......

Cables that are used to help your joints in the ultimate manner.

Can high reps wear out your bones?

15+ Exercises for the low back.

Find around 10 exercises to keep you lower arms in great shape.

Neck Pain????? There are 10 exercises to fix it.

And any more. Take charge of your body and revive the system with Pain Killers.

Pain Killers

Sunday, May 1, 2011

Building Super Strength & Endurance for MMA

In the world of MMA, you need many tools to win a fight. You need strength, power, punching ability, grip agility for grappling, flexibility to get out of holds and awareness of avoiding your opponents punch and takedown strength. There are many great fighters but they will tell you that your conditioning will be your number one priority. In the words of Karl Gotch "Conditioning is your best hold." Some say you don't need strength just technique. In some ways this is true but because of leverage you can aquire wheres the power going to be if your opponent is going to get away from it easily? Bodybuilding workouts will give you a body from the outside but your opponents will figure you out and find your internal weakness. So you have a choice, do you want to look pretty and prance around the cage or do you want to stalk your prey and make your opponent afraid of you?

In this course, the man who has created Bud Jeffries, he will help you reach your goals and get you on the right path. He may not look like a pretty boy and ripped to shreds but he is one of the most powerful men on the planet. When he first came out with this he was well over 350 pounds. Although still very strong, he was also one of the most conditioned for a man his size. He's lasted as long as 15 min. in the ring with a few tough fighters and for a man his size thats nothing short of incredible. Almost 99.9% of men at that weight would rather sit on their ass eating chips and watching TV but not Bud Jeffries. He will go the extra mile unlike anyone else and now that he has lost well over 110 pounds in the last couple years that extra mile turned into an entire stateline. Heres a little peak of what you'll find.......

You will find as many as 50 workouts to find that ultimate nich in your conditioning and skyrocketing your power to another level.

A very powerful technique from the words of Old-Time Strongman Paul Anderson that has been proven in a scientific fasion in the last 50 years.

Learn the power of Qi Gong. Internal power that can take your being to another level that hasn't been used before or since.

Learn the secrets of becoming super strong but still be fast as lightning on the feet.

Make your punch like a freight train with enough force that may be even the FBI may keep on file.

Follow the most cutting edge training secrets of today that have been passed down by some of our strongest ancestors.

And Many More........

How can you not want this kind of info and become a feirce animal in the ring, in the weight room, in the outdoors and more importantly in yourself. Have Bud help you and take you far beyond your current level whether you're a greenhorn or an experienced fighter this course has something for everyone even for those who arn't fighters but want to jump their conditioning up a notch.

Super Strength & Endurance for Martial Arts

Handstand Push-ups For Total Upper Body Strength & Power

When I got into bodyweight training I started doing it for recovery in my legs and build up to a ridiculious number of squats. After that I began finding exercises that were very difficult to do and getting up past 15-20 would be in the realm of dreams for most people so I gave the handstand push-up a try. At first I couldn't hold a handstand on the wall for more then 5 seconds before I fell on my ass. I kept at it and learned various techniques and in a short period of time I was hitting numbers that most people at my size can never imagine. It is difficult to hold a handstand let alone do 1 rep of a handstand push-up. After getting stronger in this I did a little research.

For the most part if you want to get good at start something you have to start with the basics. Some people think they're more advanced but if you asked them to do a basic thing they won't get within an inch of what they say they can do. Learning a foundation is a key to great success if you want to go beyond what you're capable of. Take my friend Logan Christopher for example, here is a guy who looks like he can be a very limber individual but if you put the 2 of us together most likely at first you'll probably guess i'm the much stronger one right? I mean hell i'm 240+ pounds and can do things not many people in the world can do but I hate to disappoint you guys but the truth is, Logan is actually pound for pound stronger then I'am and I'm not ashamed to say this.

Back to my research, I discovered many techniques on how to do handstand push-ups and tried many variations but nothing has come close to what Logan teaches in his Ultimate Guide To Handstand Push-ups Course. This book will take you through all you need to start learning the basics, intermidiate and advanced variations of the handstand push-up. After learning just a few techniques from him I've become much more aware of where I'am, where my hand placements need to be and how to make the exercise harder or easier within seconds. As far as I know I'm one of the strongest men in the world to press up his own bodyweight at a considerable heavyweight level being 240+ lbs. but that still doesn't make me the smartest man in strength and conditioning. You can be strong but in order to get there you must learn balance,corridnation, flexibility and a good amount of strength.

I will tell you right now Logan & I weren't the best at what we do at first. We had a tough road to go on but with will power and a constant founding of determination and motivation we made it through but yet we still have a lot to learn. Thats the thing with all of us is that we all have a road to go through and we all need to find a source of motivation to keep us going. Why not start with a great teacher who can help you and encourage you to do the best you can be.

In the course there will be chapters on......

Basic Handstands

Handplacements For Targeting Either Shoulders Or Arms Or Both

Wrist Exercises To Warm Up

Advanced Techniques

How To Build Iron Claws For Handstands On The Fingertips

Isometric Techniques If You're Stuck

Frequency In Doing Handstand Push-ups

Specific Workouts

& More..............

I encourage you to pick up The Ultimate Guide To Handstand Push-ups. This book will help you skyrocket your strength and it can help your pressing movements in the weight room. I firmly believe that Handstand Push-ups are one of the best exercises for gaining massive strength in the upper body and building mental toughness with your awareness and sense of Kinestetics.

Ultimate Guide to Handstand Pushups