THE ERA OF THE MACHINE ENDS!
The era of massive fields of cardio equipment and warehouses of strength training machines may
still be dominant in extreme-fee globo-gyms, but people have been rapidly discovering the
problems inherent in these membership-driven agendas.
Machines offer you increased security by dictating your range of motion. By removing your
potential freedom to move, they isolate individual muscles and control you through small motions.
We have found with painful awareness, our health is greater than the sum of their over-priced
machines. Healthy movement cannot be compartmentalized. Some may have short-term gains, but with
devastating long term problems: aches and pains from isolation overuse. If you don?t move it
(as a whole motion, under voluntary control), you WILL lose it FASTER!
The freedom of movement that you sacrifice, in the name of the machine-controlled security, does
not return; it disappears. In the past decade since we've been qualifying professionals
worldwide and consulting for government standards agencies, we?ve participated in the eruption
of a massive grass-roots resurrection of oldschool, low-tech, low-cost classics: clubbells,
kettlebells, monkey bars, gymnastic rings and straps, sandbags, parallel bars, medicine balls,
and the oldest school of them all ? human movement often called calisthenics or bodyweight
conditioning. These tried-and-true tools survived, not because they're merely inexpensive, and
require NO maintenance, but because they restore our freedom: something we have been reclaiming
aspects of society.
Moving freely and powerfully like the mythical John Henry, without machine control, we develop
true functional fitness through movement, not merely muscles. This is how in our system, we?ve
ELIMINATED injuries in federal agencies, where injuries are usually high, and where physical
conditioning is an absolute job requirement. Old school retro tools have hidden since hundred
thousand dollar gerbil-wheels dull our wits and distract us from the beauty of our movement.
These methods have been proven on the mat, in the field and on the streets, so we KNOW that they
can return back into our homes, where they belong, to you.
We were once, every one of us, gracefully powerful. And we can be again. We can choose freedom of
movement over the inevitable painful tyranny of machines. We can return to inexpensive,
retro-tech homesteading, totally-green fitness, and reclaim our infinite potential for true
functionality in strength and agility.
We only need to remember how.
BORED WITH REPETITION? WANT VARIETY?
Not only does your nervous system CRAVE variety, but scientists have identified aging as ?the
process of LOSING variety.? If you want to accelerate rapid aging, stop moving, and let
machines control you. Neuroscientists recently discovered that our brain evolved for one specific
purpose: to increase variety of movement potential. Is it any wonder why the conventional
machine-driven approach has failed us? It's counter to our very nature!
A return to the ancient tools which have survived millennia of testing, coupled with a modern
scientific understanding of ?the fascial web? of human movement, allows us to always have
variety. If you had over a hundred workouts, which would only ever have simple steps, never
confusing, always easy to understand because they?re the NEXT step that your body craves, then
you would have enough variety to last a lifetime. I'd like to share with you the ?lifetime of
fitness? I created, validated and proliferated over the past 14 years. I assembled this in a
step-by-step, turn-key fashion that you?ll never feel lost or overwhelmed, and yet you always
feel perfectly stimulated to have continued progress and results. Nothing in the entire fitness
ever been created for this purpose with such front-loaded preparation that you only need to turn
the page and
discover exactly what to do next.
NO TIME TO EXERCISE? NO PROBLEM.
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