Wednesday, 18 January 2012 16:30

Do I go to the gym?

Many people have asked me if I go to the gym due to my "broad shoulders". A common question folks will ask me is "Do you lift weights?".  Or, it might go something like "Hey, I bet you spend quite a bit of time in the gym, and so do I". And so forth.

My answer is always the same - NO, I don't go to the gym. No, I don't have any "fancy" routines I follow. No, I don't sweat what I eat - I just make sure I'm eating right most of the time, and the rest takes care of itself. Somehow I suspect this answer is not what people want me to tell them (at least not those that are obsessed with the gym), but there it is. It's the honest to God truth, and it works for me, so thats what I tell them.

Anyway, on the topic of broad shoulders. There are exercises that will develop the proverbial "shoulders like boulders", shoulders that will look damn strong, and that are every bit as strong as they like. And handstand pushups are one of those exercises.

You can get a great workout by incorporating these into your routine. These will develop your shoulders like never before, and your pushing power will shoot through the roof once you get good at these. And cardio? Done in sets, handstands pushups and their variations will leave you covered in sweat and gasping for breath. Even if you DID want to do some cardio, chances are you'll be too wiped out - and in a good way - to do anything else. That was the case with  me as well this moring; as you know, I'm recovering from a nasty leg injury, so doing anything stressful for the legs is definitely out for the moment (which would probably mean no cardio for most folks) - but the pushup workout I did this morning took care of "cardio", and more.

I cover handstands and handstand pushups, along with a host of other exercises in  Fast and Furious Fitness. Grab your copy now, and start incorporating the handstand into your routine as soon as you can. If you do so, chances are that pretty soon, you too will have folks coming up to you asking if you go to the gym.

So what are you waiting for? Don't be the curious onlooker that spends hours in the gym doing "lateral raises", and all sorts of other exercises that really don't compare to this one. Grab your copy of Fast and Furious Fitness NOW, and watch how a whole new world of physical gain opens up in front of you.

Best Regards,


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P.S#2: Here is the link to Fast and Furious Fitness again - follow the routines in the book, and you'll soon have the local "muscleheads" coming up to you asking you much the same thing as they do me.

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