Build Flexibility, Strength and Endurance by
Mastering Bodyweight Squats and Pistols
Ohhhh! I was inflexible. I tried to squat all the way down but something was holding me back…my own muscles. Luckily, for me that came quickly, but then I moved on to the next challenge.
The pistol is a name for the one legged squat and it was well beyond me when I first attempted it. But with step-by-step progressions, I built the strength, stability and flexibility required.
Over the years I’ve accomplished a good amount:
- 1000 bodyweight squats in a single set (taking slightly more than half an hour)
- Over 25 reps on each leg in the Pistol
- Pistols with an added 106 lbs. of weight
This book is divided into four main sections.
How to Gain a Full Range of Motion Squat
A natural human motion is to be able to squat all the way down, to sit on our own legs. Across the world this is used as a rest position, where games are played or meals are eaten out of it. But in “Westernized” countries sitting on our butts all day long as school, work and in our vehicles we lose this range of motion.
- Finding the Correct Squat Form for Yourself to Help Unlock Your Body
- Breathing for Squats
- Common Mistakes to Avoid
- The Ultimate Tool to Increasing Your Range of Motion
- How to Pry Open Your Hips for Additional Flexibility
- Sitting Back vs. Sitting Down
- How Weight Can Help You
- Training Plan for Full Range of Motion
- Training to Achieve 100 Reps in a Single Set
Tons of Squat Variations Plus How to Do Hundreds of Reps
Here you can go beyond the regular squat and also start to get up to some big numbers for endurance.
- Hindu Squat Variations
- These Squat Variations Build Even More Flexibility
- How to Target Your Quads More
- How to Target Your Glutes More
- How to Target Your Hips More
- Various Lunge and Side Positions
- Various Jumps and Jumping Squats
- Awkward Position Squats for Injury-Proofing
- How to Train to do Hundreds or Even More than a Thousand Reps in a Single Set
Achieving Your First One Legged Squat
This can be a long journey or a short one depending on where you’re starting from. Here’s a secret. The strength required for this move isn’t all that much. What stops most people is the flexibility required.
- Form for the Pistol
- What to do with the Free Leg?
- The Best Two Leg Exercise to Build Pistol Flexibility
- A Few “Cheat” Options that can Progress Your to the Free Move
- Several Methods of Box Pistols
Mastering Explosive and Weighted Pistols
Achieving a single rep isn’t the end but just a starting point. In this fourth and final section we go beyond just repping out pistols and make them much tougher.
- How to Train to Add Reps once You’ve Achieved Your First One
- Pure Bodyweight Squat Variations that are Harder than the Pistol!
- Various Jumping and Explosive Pistols
- Several Variations of Weighted Pistols (What is Easiest and What is Hardest)
- How to Train to Add Lots of Weight to Your One Legged Squat
What Will You Do With Your New-Found Strength?
When you put these exercises into action you will get stronger. There is no doubt about it. When so few people can do a single repetition you’ll be busting out several with ease. All you have to do is follow the game plan as its laid out.
With 69 pages of bodyweight squat information, filled with tons of pictures this really is the Ultimate Guide. Approximately 38 exercises are discussed in depth. Several workouts and training plans are given to help you achieve your goals. And you get it all for just $24.95 or even less for the eBook version.
You get the jam-packed book that covers all the positions, exercises, methods of progression, training plans and much more.
This is the course I wish I had when I got started. But it didn’t exist so I had to find all the answers through trial and error and from many other sources. You have the luxury of getting it all in just one place.
Isn’t it time you used this ultimate exercise to achieve dramatic strength gains?
I wish you the best success and nothing less.
P.S. Don’t forget you’re backed by a 3-month guarantee. Get results or get your money back.
P.P.S. If you want to be strong, you need to do some form of squat training. Learning to master your bodyweight is a great way to go. So why not go deep and learn all you can about them?