Imagine Running Circles Around People Half Your Age…with the Secrets of Never Quit Conditioning
The first four books in the Ultimate Bodyweight Training series were all about building strength, just using your own bodyweight. Now we turn our sights on conditioning. And once again you can use just your bodyweight to become a Conditioning Machine.
The sad fact is that most people do it wrong (like just running long distances).
Arggghhhh! That frustrates me.
In high school I played football but was never very good. I wasn’t big. Nor was I fast or enduring. In our conditioning workouts I tended to be finishing near the end.
Contrast that to now. As a tradition I usually play football with friends every Thanksgiving. One year after playing for about two or three hours everyone was ready to call it quits. They were tired. Truthfully, I wasn’t tired. So I decided to run a few hill sprints right afterwards to get my workout in for the day.
Just imagine if you could run circles around the people around you, literally and figuratively. Imagine being able to keep up with kids and adults half your age. If you’re willing to put in the work YOU CAN. This new book will show you how…
It starts off by dispelling the myths of “Cardio” exercise and how there are much better options. If you believe the “conventional wisdom” you will never have great endurance.
From there we dive into…
7 Principles of Never Quit Conditioning
Here’s just a few of the things you’ll learn in this section.
- The Human Body’s Different Energy Pathways and How to Train Them
- If You’re Going to do Just One Kind of Conditioning, Do THIS Kind….
- The Common Mistake of Doing Strength Work and Endurance Work. How Continuum Thinking Will Make You a Better All Around Athlete
- Why Strength is So Important for Conditioning
- Want to Get Out of Breath FAST, Maximize Your Use of Principle #3
- The Movement Efficiency Trap Many People Fall Into…And How to Avoid It
- Mouth vs. Nose Breathing and When To Use What
- The Importance of Rhythmic Breathing
- Why Gassing Yourself is NOT the Best Way to Build Endurance
- How You Can Stay Fresh and Fast and Make Quicker Progress
- 5 Methods of Progression
- How to Spot Your Weaknesses
- And More
The Three Conditioning Sets and Four Training Styles
Here you’ll begin to see how the principles are put into action.
- Explosive Sprint Sets
- Short Intense Sets
- Long Sets
The great news about all the information so far is that it applies to any form of conditioning not just bodyweight. Use it for everything!
- Loose Intervals
- Non-Stop (plus the John Brookfield Secret to Endurance)
Beginner to Advanced Bodyweight Conditioning Exercises
A wide variety of exercises and variations are covered. Each is taught with progressions in mind so you can make the most from your training.
- Jump Rope
- Hill Sprints
- Other Running
- Circuit Training
What Will You Do With Your New-Found Endurance?
When you put these exercises into action you will get better conditioned. There is no doubt about it. Other people just won’t be able to keep up. All you have to do is follow the game plan as its laid out.
With 55 pages of bodyweight conditioning information, filled with many pictures this really is the Ultimate Guide. Approximately 26 exercises and variations 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.