New products – and a new LOOK!

Dear Reader,

Well, well, well. If you’ve been on this list/following the blog for any length of time, you’ll have noticed that we have been going through some major changes on this site (and also some “minor” tweaks to the old site – which, by the way, still “sits” at www.rahulmookerjee.com).

That site still has some GREAT stuff – not to mention the BLOG – so feel free to check it out for ADDITIONAL inspiration, my friends!

Now, despite the fact that my own workouts include NOTHING other than pushups, squats and bridging (well, these days, at any rate) a lot of you have been literally hankering for more books on various topics, and the most common question has been “Why don’t you put something out on pull-ups and the grip”?

Or “How can I build a grip like yours?” (I’m paraphrasing, but the post about my buddy and his comment about my grip prompted more than a few questions along that line!).

Now, I had put out products on these in the past, of course, and the old site still has ’em – but I figured I’d “get off my duff”, and RE-VAMP those new products with NEW information and my OWN personal experiences, and launch ’em again.

So I did – and on that note, and in terms of new products – well – we have not ONE, but TWO – BRAND NEW – and UPDATED products out on the site! 

And those, without further ado are

– Gorilla Grip

– Getting better at pull-ups; from DUD to STUD within the matter of a few weeks!

 

The first will help you develop the cast iron grip that I currently have, and truth be told, you could develop a cast iron grip even WITHOUT this particular manual – but for those of you (and you know who you are!) that are ALWAYS looking for something extra to add to the mix (kudos, by the way!) – well, here you go.

The second is for those trying to improve their pull-ups, and so valuable is the NEW information that I’ve added to this “pre existing” course that I’d recommend you to go ahead and order anyway even if you’ve got the old course.

Bear in mind, of course, that BOTH of these need to be followed along with a sensible, WELL BALANCED and overall body workout that will work the entire body as a whole as opposed to “working parts”.  I’ve mentioned this in both the courses, but it is so important that it bears mentioning again.

In other words – there is nothing wrong with focusing on your grip and pull-ups (heck, I did it myself a couple of years ago and got great results), but you need to do it the RIGHT way – and the manuals will show you exactly HOW.

And that, my dear reader is that for now.

Back again with more!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

P.S. – MORE products available here – https://0excusesfitness.com/products/