You can be strong, flexible, athletic, and pain free—without complicated advice and programs—using old school fitness advice from legends of the past

My name is Justin Qualler. If you’re like other people I meet, you’re confused by all the exercise information out there. You haven’t been consistent and you’re not in as good of shape as you used to be.

But funny thing is, you don’t need exercise at all.

What?! You say.

Yeah, that’s right. No exercise. Totally over-rated.

But. You probably should exercise. I mean, there’s no point in living a long life and spending the last decade or two all crippled, having a hard time using the bathroom. And you should definitely do some things with the diet.

So why not turn to strength and health legends from the previous century who gave us all the health and strength information we’ve ever needed?

That’s what I’ve done, and I write about it here and sell ebooks and small packets of information through the mail.

You can train yourself to go from weak, frazzled, fat, and stressed to lean, healthy, productive, and strong. It starts by incorporating certain daily disciplines and behavior and thought changes. The big thing is the daily disciplines. Just a few simple actions repeated that make all the difference.

Sign up for the newsletter and I’ll give you a quick info-packet that details those changes for you.

Or stick around here and absorb what is useful and reject the rest.

Enjoy the videos below.

Justin Qualler

Here’s one about getting kick ass strong with the 16kg kettlebell:

And another showing you some great morning breathing exercises:

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