LUMBERJACK “LODESTONE” FITNESS!

LUMBERJACK “LODESTONE” FITNESS!

Training with the “gada”, “jori” and other ODD OBJECTS that will turn you into a “Superman” (or woman), the “center of attention” and build immense strength and conditioning “lodestone like” like you’ve NEVER seen before!

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Dear Friend,

Congratulations on your purchase – this is possibly the best ever book on fitness, strength and conditioning you will ever lay your hands upon.

I believe I wrote a lot before (well, over the past few days) about the James Hadley Chase book “Believe that, you’ll believe anything?”

In fact ,last night I had a re-read of it “just because I wanted to”.

I LOVE James Hadley Chase.

I dont own all his books, but I want to – if I can ever find them in print! Not that easy apparently …

Which of course, is a theme with my customers as well, many of them telling they want to own all of MY books – except for fitness and motivational reasons obviously.

It truly is a roundabout!

Anyway, the “villain-cum-sort of good guy” in the story “Vidal” is a pygmy basically.

Less than 5 feet tall, but he’s built like an APE.

MASSIVE barrel chest – and TREE trunk like legs – and though he’s short, he’s got a grip that would make most grown men cry Mama within seconds.

Like mine, I’d say. Hehe.

(Nah, that ain’t an idle boast either for the “Doubting Thomases” out there – there is a reason I wrote Gorilla Grip and named it what I did – because it truly WILL give you that ape like GRIP you want).

Anyway, Chase describes his shoulders as being “MASSIVE shoulders – the shoulders of a wrestler”.

And talks about “the man’s brute strength and power” as well.

The great, iconic and BARNSTORMING Sunny Deol in the potboiler Ghatak, fighting a mammoth wrestler. STUD! BEAST!

(and YOU too can expect this sort of ferocity in YOU once you get on the routines below).

Don’t believe me? You’ll see!

Anyway, to continue …

And for good reason, as you’ll find out if you read the book. Not easy to fight against a hurricane for one!

But anyway, lumberjacks …

In the “Rambo” series, Stallone was asked how he chose his look for the fourth movie (which in my opinion is the best of the lot).

The last one is ok, but they kinda overdid it on the gore, I thought.

But IV “Rambo” is a CLASSIC in my opinion, and again one I saw in the theater.

In the first movie, Stallone looks “in shape.

Second?

Though he looks good, it’s the unhealthiest he EVER was in his life (STallone admits as much himself). 

And the third “look” was “boobybuilder central” look – except he marketed it damn well, and Stallone can carry pretty much any look off, because he does it right.

But anyway, when asked about IV, he said the following.

“I wanted a big, lumber jack like look”.

The absolutely iconic image of Stallone in Rambo IV. LEGENDRESPECT!

And then he goes on to reveal the SECRET behind looking big even if you ain’t naturally.

(No, it isn’t just training the back and legs for those of you that might be thinking – and YES, if you’ve been paying attention, I’ve TOLD you the secret in my daily emails).

Now, on another note, the term iconic isn’t new to me.

Michael Harding, a friend of mine once famously referred to the picture on the cover of “10 Commandments of Successful Sales”, I believe it was (where I actually give you 20 if not more tips to work in ANY economy) as an iconic picture, and an ICONIC comment (which I made along with it).

Along with the pictures on the Shoulders like Boulders! Book?

Both of these fit the iconic bill very well!

But anyway, there is a reason – I do – NOT – I repeat, NOT support the remake of Rambo being made in India.

Perhaps Stallone has reasons, financial or otherwise for doing so.

But I don’t support – no, not because I dislike Tiger Shroff and think he can or can’t do justice to the role.

It’s because Rambo is an ICON.

There is only one Rambo, much like there is only one Rahul Mookerjee, and only one Donald Trump.

You just cannot duplicate some things, my friend, and thats why.

Personally, I believe Rambo should NOT be made by ANYONE other than Stallone as Rambo!

Ditto for Cobra, Over the Top and his other famous movies.

Anyway, this isn’t a book on Stallone, so thats it for now in that regard, but along with Indian wrestlers, its damned near impossible NOT to mention a legend like Sly when we talk lumberjack fitness and training.

The man is an inspiration, and the best of the best. Period!!

The iconic, much loved, much hated, much revered, much trolled picture that I was referring to up there (one of ‘em).

 

Rahul Mookerjee in he other iconic pose I was referring to! (I don’t have the original picture anymore, so …)

(no, i dont have the original picture anymore. So much for the wackos that claim “it’s all about publicity)

Anyway, the secret Stallone referred to?

It is this (there is more to it) – work the TRAPS – and FOREARMS hard, hard, hard.

These are body parts that are impossible to hide, and will add tons of shape and strength to your entire upper and indeed overall body, because when you train these areas (and indeed when you train right, period), it is nigh impossible to do so without training these areas RIGHT too (along with the legs).

But anyway, I love his look in that movie.

And lumberjack style training will get you in great shape and every movie worth it’s salt has it in some way, shape or form ..

Could be Rocky II.

Ghayal (the Hindi movie).

Or … many others!

Rocky IV!

Chopping wood outdoors will give you a physique most people would KILL for, and you’ll build lumps of muscle so quickly you’ll wonder “where they’ve been hiding”.

And so will everything else I tell you in this book. These truly are training methods and techniques that you’ve NEVER seen before out there, and while I certainly didn’t pioneer the actual implements themselves (Indian wrasslers of yore did), I sure did pioneer this – and many a workout I’ve written in my books!

There is a reason one of my books is named Fitness Pioneer . . .

Anyway, this book is MASSIVE indeed, possibly the best I’ve ever written!

But believe me, you don’t need to chop wood to turn into a human beast and freak of nature.

In fact, as a customer recently said, there are hardly any real lumberjacks out there that chop wood “the old fashioned” way.

Dont get me wrong. Great workout, and chopping wood by itself is equally beneficial too – we’ll get into both below, but as for YOU?

If you can find an axe, great.

Garden hoes are another “tool” I’ve detailed below. If you can dig up gardens (that same customer referred to gardening as “bloody hard work” and along with FARMING – it is!) – go for it!

The Indian wrestlers do actually dig as part of their conditioning routines in the akhara, as they dig and scuff up the mud pits repeatedly before engaging in wrestling practice.

And what they use to get into the ass kicking shape and get that SOLID “unshakeable” strength about them?

One, bodyweight routines are the core of their training regimens. This cannot be emphasized enough. Bodyweight ROCKS, and bodyweight is #1.

Yet, these wrestlers recognize the value of ADDING stuff into your routines in ADDITION to what you already do.

And they don’t booby build and use the dummy machines at the Jim either, like the lat pulldown.

There is a reason I refer to most modern gyms as the Jim sardonically.

Because with the machines, pumping, preening, toning and other idiocy (women write back to say their personal trainers massage their shoulder after reps with pinkdumbbells and guys write back to tell me they do x number of sets for the peak of the bicep “while shifting to the right” to “work the muscle to its core – only that muscle” and get a better selfie while star gazing at the boob tube, babes on the treadmill (and while on the treadmill), yanking down massive amounts of weight on the monkey (lat) pulldown, not being able to do a single pull-up or handstand and complaining about being “big” instead of FAT ….

I know.

I went on a rant.

But its damn well warranted.

And if you’re looking for true BIG guys – look at the Indian wrestlers.

THEY are the epitome of TRUE strength and it is THEIR exercises that are the cornerstone of Rolls Royce Fitness, and NOW – Lumberjack Fitness.

For a good reason.

The LEGENDARY Indian Wrestler of Yore, the Great Gama, UNDEFEATED IN OVER 50 YEARS, trained with HEAVY MACES and the like. 

He was reputed to have done over 5000 squats and 3000 pushups daily, and while these numbers are probably not entirely accurate – the fact remains that bodyweight exercises were the cornerstone of his routine – and ultimately what brought him PHENOMENAL SUCCESS (he once lifted a 1200 kg stone that TWENTY FIVE regular people failed to budge on their “collective”).

Pehelwan Mohammed Iqbal about to lift an INSANELY MASSIVE AND HEAVY object (stone) (1996)

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What Sly Stallone had to say about getting BIG . . . QUICK!

And give off the impression of being much BIGGER than you are!

Focus on the BIGGIES!

Thats right, my friend.

And focus on the MAIN THINGS. Not the million and one “tiny little things” . . .

And before we get into fitness, a short blurb on how this applies everywhere.

Often times, when I have a goal, I’ll have several “related” goals.

Sometimes, some of these goals may be inter-related or have “congruence”. Think of it as two circles (either of the same size of differing sizes) “overlapping”.

If both the goals are equally important to you, or if both mean something to you, then guess what is the BEST way to get there.

To focus on the “intersection” of the two circles. You will likely find that what lies within is really the “crux” of what you need to be focusing upon. And getting good at, or SOLVING the problem within will ensure your other two goals pass by seamlessly as well, often times without you even knowing it!

In my case, years ago, I had this goal of doing 500 pushups per workout three times a week.

Did I get there? YES, and I’ve written about it.

But at the time, I also secretly (but was too “embarassed” to tell anyone) had a goal of doing high rep pull-ups along with that.

Not necessarily for 500 reps, but doing 10 per set, or something like that.

And a couple of other fitness goals as well.

And what did I do?

I ended up achieving all those goals — — AFTER the “congruence” within all those circles was addressed, and taken care of.

What was that, you ask?

In my case, it wasn’t strength or being lazy.

It was excess FAT specifically around the midsection. The core, as I like to call it, and indeed, if you notice how the fat piles on, it doesnt just pile on to your tummy.

That might be the first place, but hips, ass, and thighs quickly follow.

So do the man boobs, which curiously enough for some people are the toughest to get rid of.

Anyway, you on my list and my followers do know the story of getting down from a “lard assian” 120 kgs (at my height) to 60, so we won’t go there.

Point of me bringing it up though is that the same principle applies to anything.

Focus on the big things. The biggies. What REALLY Matters.

In life, you may have several goals.

You may want to own a house. You may want to travel to several countries. You may want “not to work for anyone else”.

And so forth.

But yet, you don’t have the cash to do it.

Address that above issue though, and chances are the rest of the stuff will happen on auto pilot without you even thinking about it!

In other words, focus on the BIGGIES, or the ONE BIG THING! And the small stuff will take care of itself.

The author Rahul Mookerjee training with HEAVY Indian clubs 

Anyway, So as summer is upon us here in Southern China (in more ways than one, hehe, but I’ll save that for another time) — the heat and humidity just continues to shoot through the roof.

It’s becoming increasingly tougher to complete the same workouts out there — but when I DO finish each workout, I get a sense of satisfaction that is unparalleled.

That feeling of having conquered the peak — AGAIN — and having DONE IT despite ….

I’m sure you know the feeling I’m talking about, eh?

Anyway, as I said yesterday I’ve made several adjustments to my training routine — and to my sheer amazement, I’m doing LESS — and gaining a lot MORE!

I’ve basically broken my routine down now into three parts — hill sprints/walks (that being regular cardio mixed in with INTENSE short bursts — a time tried and tested method to melt fat off your body at warp speeds) — pull-ups for the upper body — and stretching at the end of it all (with emphasis on the hamstrings).

And that’s ALL I’m doing these days.

That’s right — just ONE exercise for the upper body — the PULL-UP — my trusty favorite, and as I banged out reps this morning, I was amazed to see how effortless 10 reps were — despite only knocking out 25 per workout these days!

Now, this doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with having a goal of doing a 100 pull-ups per workout. I had it for years, but these days, at this time of the year I’m scaling back — and yet — despite the sheer reduction in numbers, my performance is going through the ROOF on this one exercise.

Sylvester Stallone, a naturally small guy was once asked what the secret was to getting — and looking — huge.

Think RIPPED huge as he looks in the Expendables — and Rambo IV (and probably V too).

And his answer was simple, and one I whole heartedly agree with.What was that, you ask? What exactly did Sly say?

 Work the forearms, traps and shoulders HARD” was his simple advice.

You’ll start to look huge — especially the smaller guys that want to look bigger!”.

And it’s true, my friend. It’s true — and the pull-up (along with the handstand pushup) is the #1 exercise out there that’ll do this.

Now note that my choice of exercises that I mentioned above might not work for you.

A beginner, for instance, might well do good concentrating on ONE main exercise per workout — for example, perhaps the Hindu Squat — and concentrate more on DIET and a steady dose of gentle walking to start to strip the fat off.

Or, you might want to focus on a 100 pushups per workout as the main workout.

Or … whatever works the best for you.

The key is this — know your body — test — experiment — and figure out what exercises give YOU the maximum bang for your buck — within the shortest period of time — and then work those into a well balanced schedule.

So that’s how I’m training these days. It’s working great — and it’ll work great for you too if you give it a honest shot!

And if you incorporate the above philosophy in YOUR life, and in YOUR training as well, chances are YOU too will do GREAT!

Do so, my friend. And let me know how it goes!!

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Why you should proceed with extreme caution when training with implements.

And why . . .

Less is MORE!

The answer to the first one is simple.

Much like with weight training, especially overhead lifts and such, it’s easy to either injure yourself or do too much starting off to “impress your buddies at the gym” or just yourself with numbers.

I.e “adding on EVEN MORE to my bench press!”

Thats OK if thats your thang.

But remember, simply piling on more and more weight on to the bar and building the muscles without building the actual ligaments and tendons underneath that hold it all together is a recipe, my friend, for perfect and utter disaster down the road.

You see “booby builders” with shoulder so shot they scream in pain when they put on a shit every morning.

I mis-spelt that on purpose – some of them probably squeal in pain while wiping their asses on the throne too every morning!

It’s very real, my friend, the blown out backs, the wonky knees, and such which people get from trying to pile on more weight to the bar either before they’re ready and/or without the supporting musculature to “rely” upon.

You’re only as strong as the weakest link in your chain, friend.

For most people, that is GRIP.

And a weak grip usually means weak joints, ligaments, tendons and the such.

The bodyweight exercises I teach you are KEY to improving weaknesses in this area, and when you train with implements and other heavy objects like we will in this book, you’ll literally take things to a whole another level altogether.

But beware.

Again, beware – and focus on FORM!

REALLY focus on form.

Believe me, it’s easy to swing something like a 10 kg “jori” the wrong way and end up with a pulled tricep, chest muscle or worse.

10 kg don’t sound like much, does it?

Well, I have this to say.

When you first start out – you’ll be amazed to see that the uneven distribution of weight and the way you hold these implements (especially the Indian training implements) means “numbers” don’t matter as much as you’d think they would.

For those that dont know, the “mudgar” is another way to (if i’ve got it right) – – refer to … “joris”.

Indian clubs, which come in all sizes, shapes and forms (pun not intended) – and that old time strongmen and Indian wrestlers (and Persian, Iranian etc) have been training with for ages.

In addition to what I teach in the 0 Excuses Fitness System as the very bedrock of their training i.e. without those, you might as well not do the rest – they do LOTS of club swinging and training.

Some of these damn things are heavy!

Let me tell you, picking up a 40 kg mudgar feels so NOT like picking up the same thing dumbbell wise.

Ditto for maces, which are even tougher.

And as I sit here writing to you, after a patented Rahul Mookerjee workout which will be at the end of this book – I gotta tell you – again.

The author training in a tiny bedroom – note how the “tubelight” has been removed, hehe. 

AND A GREAT EXAMPLE Of training that can be done “anywhere”! 

Pull-ups, thick grip clubs, and FAT gripz!

Most of you won’t need the third.

Most of you will be doing goo djust to get past the prelim stages of swinging – and not with 10 kg weights as I used for this one.

When you start out, for some of these swings, you “accomplished weightlifters out there” will find it interesting that even FIVE kilos feels like a veritable behemoth when done right.

True, you can and should work up to more, but dont get carried away by what you see on YouTube etc – those guys have been training for years and years.

I mean, even yours truly finds a 40 something kg mace damn near impossible to swing around …

Grip wise, I’m FRIED.

Try thick gripz + regular thick grip!

And pull-ups when you do Indian clubs.

You’ll feel the lats worked to the bones, and your entire back as well in a way no other exercise, not even handstand pushups can work it.

Your entire chest, shoulder clavicles etc – will all open up.

You’ll build strength in areas you never knew existed.

You’ll develop a grip of steel, and ligaments of rebar.

Injuries, if any, will be a thing of the past.

These are just a few reasons why the old timers and wrasslers trained with Mudgals, and a few reasons why YOU should do so!

Anyway, the benefits section will come beneath – but those my friend are two prime reasons why “less is indeed more” – as it often is when you focus on the biggies!

Anyway, time for one those trips down memory lane now that I so love . . .

The implements and “objects” we will use to train with in this book

  1. AXE!

  2. Gada (Mace)

  3. Jori (Indian “clubs”)

  4. Ropes and Chains!

  5. Garden Hoes

  6. The Ab roller

  7. Jump Rope

  8. Medicine Balls

  9. Heavy Stones, odd objects … (water bottles, “ancient” metal gas cylinders)

  10. Fat Gripz (or the equivalent)

  11. heavy bag

  12. TYRES!

  13. KETTLEBELLS!

Meat CLEAVER FOREARMS!

The iconic, legendary Sylvester Stallone “walking the talk” in the Expendables.

A year or so ago, I met someone outside a local high school in China – someone I’m good friends with until this date – and someone that did something that was quite surprising and a novelty for me as well.

What was this something?

Well, he took my hand in his massive paw to shake it and to be honest it felt like I had put my hand inside an industrial grade cement mixer to be honest.

Woah! I hear some of you saying. Aren’t you the gorilla grip guy? Aren’t you the guy that has very proudly proclaimed on multiple occasions that his gorilla grip exercises gave him a grip of steel – all without doing a single pull-up and a grip that routinely has most folks – including most gym rats – shaking their head in bewilderment as if to wonder how the “slim” guy packs such a punch in his grip?

True, my friend. True. I do indeed have a gorilla grip – hence I penned the manual – but THIS guy was more than, or at least a  match for it.

We jostled back and forth a bit doing out best to “pull” the other towards ourselves – something which was instinctual not just for me – but for him as well.

Seasoned readers of this email list will know who I’m referring to, but for the uninitiated?

Well, it’s a 6’1″ giant I’m referring to – a good friend of mine who I have the utmost respect for – a man that has served in the U.S Marines Corps for over 25 years – and a man who naturally has been into bodyweight exercise ALL his life.

A man who a herd of crazed, charging rhinos would think twice before messing with, especially given those lumberjack shoulders he’s got (hey, now THAT’s a good idea for a product, ain’t it? hehe) – and forearms that look as if they belong on an ironmonger.

And a man who features in Gorilla Grip as well, hehe. I couldn’t leave him out of there – especially not after the comments he made about my grip – all of which are true, by the way. No B.S. in any of that, as is the case with me in general as well as all my writings.

Twas this guy that sent me a strange looking photo the other night – strange looking at first glance, at least.

It was one of those photos “doctored” by the dumb phone with special effects. You know what I’m referring to, don’t you?

It was a normal picture – but “blurred out” and converted to “slatish grey” or some such color, and a silhouette was all that was visible – well, a man working on a laptop, but upon close examination I  knew who it was instantly.

What gave it away was the size- and shape of those FOREARMS – which try as you might, you cannot disguise.

Meat cleaver forearms as the case are, and those forearms in question belong to the friend I’m referring to – and once I saw those bulging forearms, there was NO question in my mind as to who was the “star” in the picture, hehe.

As I told my friend, “There ain’t no doubting who those meat cleavers belong to!”

Anyway, I haven’t caught up with him in a while, but the point of me telling you this?

Well, first off, this – that brawny, huge forearms that look like they belong on a butcher-blacksmith combo – and mammoth shoulders literally bursting with power are something that every male wants – but precious few actually end up GETTING.

And in terms of a strong grip, other than all the practical benefits, here’s one more for gym rats and pumpers/toners alike – the forearms, along with the neck are a part of the body that will ALWAYS be visible, no matter what type of clothing you wear.

You can try and disguise your belly by wearing loose fitting clothes, though it’s not going to disguise it fully.

You can try and disguise the “flamingo” look that many gym gorillas sport i.e. a massive upper body and reed like legs by clothing – and again, although it’s not really gonna work, you can at least try to some extent.

But the forearms and neck stand out no matter what.

You cannot conceal a pair of well developed forearms, my friend, and try as you might, the same goes for underdeveloped forearms.

And MOST, if not all of the exercises I note in Gorilla Grip and Gorilla Grip (ADVANCED!) are exercises my buddy swore by when he was in the military as well – exercises that work just as well for civilians, btw, and exercises that have kept him in the sort of shape that he is today at an age where most would call him “way past his prime”.

Exercises that you, my friend, would be WELL advised to take a look at, and try if you’re serious about developing grip strength – and judging from the reaction I’ve got from my previous grip training emails, it seems plenty are!

I’ll close this out with a quote from the book and sales page itself.

I’ve never met anyone that grabbed my hand naturally with a kung fu grip like that!”

You’re right, my friend – and neither have I – so mucho respect in that regard, amigo – you truly DO know – and HAVE – that gorilla grip I keep referring to!

Last,  but not least, always remember that I state in Gorilla Grip, optimal results can only be obtained if you use the exercises in Gorilla Grip along with the regimens in 0 Excuses Fitness as a baseline. 

You cannot do it any other way, my friend. You can only develop your grip to the fullest if you have a solid base to build upon – it just don’t work any other way.

Oh, and for you meatheads out there — there are actually a couple of exercises in there that are NOT bodyweight only – but they certainly aren’t “sitting on a bench and doing wrist curls” either.

No, the few “non bodyweight” exercises in there are the REAL deal – that build REAL men – and exercises that few people care to do these days. Dare to be the exception to that general rule if you so choose, and you’ll benefit in proportion too!

Benefits you’ll get from training the way I advocate in this course 

  • Hidden secrets to old time STRENGTH and HEALTH – from the inside out – that the Indian, Persian and Iranian wrestlers knew – ignored routines that are Still followed by wrestlers all over the world to build the superb conditioning and strength they have!
  • Never taught before techniques to swing Indian clubs and implements .From one thats “been there, done that, and does it regularly” if you get my drift!
  • Build Olympic wrestler like strength throughout the entire upper body  – as well as the hips and legs.
  • Increased strength and vitality throughout the entire body, but particularly the shoulders, traps and core.
  • You’ll develop a grip of vise by training with these tools! If you thought Gorilla Grip was something, well, you “ain’t see nuttin yet”, my friend. Pun NOT intended, but you get my drift.
  • Quick and dirty “strength-cum-cardio” workouts. While all my exercises and book promote this concept, this one takes to a whole new level altogether. Dont believe me? Get on some of the workouts in this book, and tell me if you can progress beyond five minutes continuously when you first begin!
  • Training old time strongman style with weights – but in a “bodyweight only” manner if that makes sense. Something for BOTH weight training enthusiasts and bodyweight only maniacs in this course.
  • Increased and crucial strength in the ligaments and tendons. Get rid of pre-existing shoulder and back injuries by strengthening the connective “links” in your body – and eliminate the need for expensive, fancy shmancy “chiros” forever!
  • A core of rebar and lower back strength like nothing else can give you.
  • Superb upper and overall body workouts like NO other.
  • You’ll feel like a Mack Truck -or an Abrams tank when done with these workouts. Worries, annoyances, and nuisances will melt, nay, FADE away as you PAD UP (metamorphically, of course!) – and GEAR UP to face the WORLD and all it has to throw at you!
  • Increased testosterone throughout the entire body, which leads to massive gains “in the hay” if you get my drift – and more
  • Increased “sexual” performance as well – don’t believe me? Start on these routines, and you’ll see!
  • Build huge arms with the workouts here in – you’ll be working the triceps far more than bench pressing ever, ever could.
  • Burn fat at rapid and record speeds. Eat more, and truly “weigh” less – and look – and feel 10x or more stronger with these routines!
  • Better – immensely so – sleep at night. No more insomnia, or “waiting to fall asleep”, or counting the sheep or what not. You’ll conk out like a light as soon as you hit the hay.
  • Better assimilation of the food you eat, and a massive, massive tune up to the immune system that simply training with either bodyweight or weights alone can never give you.

And way, way more . . .

Well, my friend, I’ve said it now. At the price I’m offering this, this book is a steal – especially considering the thousands of dollars people routinely waste on expensive doctor visits, chiro “adjustements” that never seem to “finally get adjusted”, living with aches and pains, never getting the “real strength plus bulk” look they so want in the gym, and so forth …

At the price I’m offering this – old time strongman secrets that most people would pay a fortune to learn?

(Remember, yours truly is from India, and yours truly KNOWS what he’s talking about in this regard – more so than a lot of the so called experts who write about it, but have never actually DONE the thing).

$199.99 my friend … YOURS for the taking.

You probably already spend WAY more on booze, gym memberships, “movies out” and other nonsense you really don’t need, my friend.

Invest in this book – it’s truly the best thing you can do for your fitness and health goals.

Once you go “Indian”, you’ll NEVER go back. 

Grab this now. Yes, paperback and digital options as always – I’ll have the options out to yo uwithin a couple of weeks. At the time of writing this (Jun 17, 2021) we’re about I’d say … oh, say, two weeks or so from “launch” on this one.

CURRENTLY ACCEPTING PRE-ORDERS – Contact me for more! All pre-orders get an automatic 20% off on the $249.99 price for this book. 

($199.99 for digital downloads!)

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