Bruce Lee would approve of these workouts:
Simple, Direct, and not a whiff of Bull Shit!
You’ve seen it in the mirror, and felt it as you move around. You’re not as strong or capable as you used to be.
And it sucks. It’s embarrassing. And deep down in your cockles, you know this is not how you ought to be.
I’m here to tell you: It’s time for your comeback. It doesn’t need to be complicated. And it doesn’t need to be fancy. It just needs to happen. NOW.
Did you know that some of the world’s strongest people have built their bodies with simple exercises, consistently, over time. Reg Park, Arnold’s idol, was an example of this kind of simplicity.
No, it’s not as sexy as doing a bunch of random exercises and trying everything under the sun. But it’ll get you far more results. And if results are what you’re after, then the programs in this info packet are for you.
The programs you’ll encounter are simple, basic, and direct. Squats, dips, chins, deadlifts, kettlebell swings, presses, rows, curls. Jumping rope and running. You can finish most of the programs in 45 minutes or less. You just need to decide on which program to start with, and stay with it for at least 6 weeks.
Using these programs you’ll get stronger, look better, lose weight (or gain depending on where you’re at), and restore your body to where it ought to be.
Some questions you might have:
How many programs are there?
I divide it up into heart and lung programs (what you might call cardio) and then strength building programs. There are six strength building programs and four heart and lung programs. You can customize the programs and vary some of the exercises so you won’t go stale.
What equipment do I need?
Here’s a short list of what you should have.
- Olympic barbell/300 (~136 kg) weight set
- Kettlebells: 36 and 53 pounds (16kg and 24kg)
- Olympic bench with squat stands built in
- Pull up bar (I like ones that attach to joists)
- Jump rope (ideally with weighted rope)
If money is tight, get the kettlebell first. You can always use a tree branch or a park for your pull ups.
What kind of results can I expect?
Of course that’s up to you. If you follow the guidelines (and build up gradually if you’ve been inactive) you can expect transformative results. You have to work the programs though. These programs are all basic exercises, compound movements, with ideas for how to progress.
If you are adding weight and training hard, you will gain muscle and strength, even if you’re a hardgainer. If you are a hardgainer, you’ll need to be mindful of your R & R—rest and relaxation. Hard gainer or not, if you’re working a program hard with the intent of gaining muscle fast, you need to eat more, sleep more, and rest more.
Why should I get this info packet?
If you’re interested in developing the look of power or just getting stronger, these are some of the simplest programs I know of…assuming you have the equipment.
There are workouts from Bruce Lee, Spartan Health Regime, Peary Rader, and more. I’ve customized some and given more instructions than you’ll find in the originals. Plus, I’ll help you to understand how you can take these basic workouts and continually modify them to suit your evolving needs.
But this is super short!
These days you get a book and it’s full of all sorts of information, leaving you to pick out what is important and spend a ton of time reading it. Not this. It’s basic and to the point. Short. You can pick it up and have your plan figured out in about 10-15 minutes. Then it’s up to you to do the work.
If you want some of the best weight lifting programs available and you’re willing to put in the work, then this is for you. Jump on this link below and get started:
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