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I've struggled, too.
Seemingly impossible training plateaus...being teased for being chubby as a kid... and feeling pathetic after getting crushed in sports...
Been there, done that.
It wasn't pretty.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Now, I’ve unlocked the secrets to powering up your training for awesome results in my new program.
Through years of working with my amazing clients, I’ve discovered the truth. It takes multiple training methods to build the total package. Sports performance techniques, Olympic lifting, bodybuilding, and powerlifting can all play a role.
Rather than chasing one training style as the cure-all and feeling beat-up, weak, and unsatisfied, my clients started to feel energized, powerful, and athletic.
Joint pain diminished. They lost unwanted body fat. They gained explosive athleticism. Best of all, they started loving training and their bodies again.
I want to tell you an embarrassing story, but first…
- If you feel completely overwhelmed, like you’ve tried hundreds of programs and diets…
- If you’re beaten up, sore, and unathletic from poorly designed programs that hurt you more than they help you….
- If you know your way around the weight room, but are stuck at a frustrating plateau...
- If you’re still gaining weight, losing muscle, and getting more unathletic from bodybuilding routines created by meathead trainers…
- If you want to be athletic, play basketball with your buddies, catch up with your kids, and compete in events without looking stupid…
...then I ask:
Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered what more you need to do to build your best looking athletic body?
I know I have. It’s an awful feeling. The lack of control means you end up feeling desperate.
Today I’m putting an end to that helpless feeling and cracking the athletic body code.
You should feel empowered, strong, and athletic. You should be confident and capable of handling anything life throws at you, while looking great in the process.
I’m going to reveal the hacks to improve your athleticism, shed fat, and build lean muscle.
It’s all about performance training. You’ll improve your power and athleticism by first generating your current levels of strength faster. It’s the key to unlocking a stronger, leaner, and more athletic body.
But before I go on, you’re probably wondering…
Who is this guy, and why should I listen?
That’s a fair question. And I should have covered it sooner.
I have to admit, this story is extremely EMBARRASSING to tell you.
I wasn’t always athletic.
When I was freshman at Pulaski High School, I was the smallest, weakest kid in my class.
I’d been called every name in the book: Tiny. Pipsqueak. Puny. Even “Little Bitch.” (That one really hurt!)
So I was timid, constantly comparing myself to others and skipping challenging situations. I lacked confidence in my body’s appearance and my athletic abilities.
Then, one day everything came to a head. It was first semester gym class and we were playing flag football.
The idea of flag football is to avoid contact. Instead of tackling an opponent, your goal is to avoid collisions by pulling a flag.
Well, that’s the idea.
I found myself between Jason, a bigger guy in my class, and the end zone. Rather than run around and try to avoid me, Jason decided I provided less resistance than a blade of grass.
He trucked me, laughing and taunting me on his way to the end zone.
I was firmly planted on the solid Wisconsin grass.
That’s right. At 14 years old, I’d had enough. Just a few years prior, I had been teased for being fat.
Now I was the opposite: skinny, weak, and unathletic.
I got my act together and dedicated myself to working out and eating better. I started lifting weights.
I built strength with big exercises like squats, and deadlifts. I got explosive with Olympic lifts, jumps, throws, and sprints.
I even jumped rope like Walter Payton.
Still, I felt small and weak. When I was 18 I needed to get bigger to play sports in college. So I changed gears.
I started training like a bodybuilder, adding tons of volume and trying every magazine workout I could find.
Sure, I was strong, but I was in constant pain, as if my body was crumpling in on itself. I could hardly jump rope without tripping over my feet.
Along the way, I became a coach. I even coached college athletes. That’s when it got really embarrassing.
I knew it was time to change when I tripped over my feet at a seminar. I was surrounded by 40 colleagues -- all strength coaches, personal trainers, and therapists. We were doing basic skipping drills, like the ones we used to do in Elementary school.
Well, we were “supposed” to be doing skipping drills. But I was pathetic. I had worse coordination than a drunk college kid stumbling home after a long night. Soon, I tripped over my own feet.
The feeling was familiar -- my skin flushed and the overwhelming feeling of embarrassment filled my body. I tried to laugh it off, but my jaw tightened and throat closed up. The embarrassment of not being able to skip like all eight year olds can highlight a huge problem.
My athleticism was sprinting full-speed in the wrong direction. I might have been strong. But I was beat-up and unathletic.
Angry, uncoordinated, and embarrassed …. I needed a change.
I read hundreds -- probably thousands -- of research studies and books. I analyzed old workouts from my sporting days. I found I wasn’t the only one who wanted to know how to become the total package. My clients did, too.
Athletes, non-athletes, men, and women alike all wanted to be stronger, leaner, and more athletic.
Finally, I figured it out.
I read a study based around a principle called the Size Principle. I knew I was onto something big. The size principle is based on the fact that we can increase muscle fiber recruitment (use more muscle when training) in two ways. We can lift heavier weights over time. Or we can lift lighter weights as fast as possible.
And you know what? My clients and I had exactly the same problem. Lifting heavy was fine, but it was beating up joints. Further, we weren’t sprinting, jumping, throwing, and pushing lighter weights faster. We weren’t giving our bodies any reason to be athletic.
I started to wonder: was training with maximum explosiveness the key to rekindling athleticism and building the ultimate body?
The Solution: Explosive Power Primer Training
And so it began.
The next few weeks were a turning point in my training -- and more importantly -- in my life.
I started training differently. My workouts took a new turn. I still lifted heavy, but added in lighter, more explosive exercises.
I started jumping.
Doing explosive push-ups.
Focusing on perfect rep quality, rather than just the weight on the bar or the number of reps.
And it worked.
I got leaner.
I didn’t cringe the day after squats. Joint pain disappeared.
I actually got stronger, and I re-discovered my athleticism. This training took me back to best years.
My competitive drive pushed me to improve so I could teach my clients the same skills to give them well rounded, athletic, and lean, muscular bodies.
I still love lifting heavy weights and adding weight to the bar. But that’s not the only piece of building a strong, lean, and athletic body.
Your training needs to translate to real-world athleticism. That means explosive movement and being an athlete.
I was hooked, and so were my clients.
With the the Power Primer workouts, we’ll build your strength and athleticism to uncover your most athletic, best looking body.
So, it doesn’t matter if you’ve made mistakes along the way, have never been an athlete, or just beat yourself up in the gym.
None of this is your fault.
But if you’re going to put all that effort into your training, why not train with a program that works?
If you’re new to training, why not use an expertly designed plan to help you develop your best body with your athleticism and physique in mind?
Sure, chasing strength is important if you’re a powerlifter. But once you’re strong enough, adding more strength isn’t going to get you the lean and athletic body you want.
If you’ve been doing bodybuilding workouts to build muscle, are you actually getting bigger and improving the way your body performs? Or are you getting beat up with overuse injuries?
I’ve trained men who gave up their bodybuilding and powerlifting training. Within weeks, they improved their athleticism, lost body fat, and still stayed strong and muscular.
If you still don’t believe training like an athlete can help you build muscle, lose fat, and get the results you want, just ask folks who have used the program.
Having access to an awesome gym definitely helps. But you can certainly do these workouts at home and/or on the road.
The workouts all have barbells and benches, but that doesn’t mean they’re your only option. I have put together a full exercise substitution guide. So, if you can’t get to a squat rack, you have a number of dumbbell and bodyweight options to get you stronger and more explosive.
The big thing to remember is that the workouts in The Power Primer are then programmed to make you stronger and more powerful no matter your equipment. And it’s the concepts of being explosive within the program that set the Power Primer apart and make it awesome.
All training equipment are tools. The way you perform movements is more important than the tools you use. In the end, it’s about the concepts, not the equipment.
While these exercises are the best for developing explosive power, they aren’t the only way to make amazing progress. Within the Power Primer, I have a full exercise substitution guide with other exercises to help you build explosive power and athleticism, even if you can’t do cleans.
The concepts in the Power Primer are what sets the program apart. By applying these concepts to different exercises, you will get phenomenal results.
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You will not only be satisfied, I guarantee you will be thrilled. Period. If not, you can simply email me and ask for a prompt and courteous, no hassles, no questions asked, 100% refund.
In fact, if you're not completely happy for any reason at all, then I insist that you ask for a refund. However, after seeing so many people transform their bodies and unleash their inner athletes, I’m totally confident that you're going to love these workouts and see the best results of your life.
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