I got the following comment on Fast and Furious Fitness, the Collector's Edition from a customer John Walker -
This book is the perfect manual on how to get into serious condition with the absolute minimum of equipment, all that you require is something to hang from to perform Pull-Ups and a couple of bars, boxes or chairs to perform Dips and you're all set. If you're looking for a minimalist approach to getting strong and supple you cannot do better than this book. Get the book, put it to use and it will turn you into a Leopard, why a Leopard? Because a Leopard is the perfect balance between suppleness and strength. The book delivers on many fronts but it is it's no nonsense "spartan attitude" that makes it stand out from the crowd, I believe that this book will transform anyone with the smarts to put the information in it to good use. If you want to be a beast you have to train like an animal, this book is all you really need to transform yourself into the absolute best version of you, you can possibly be. Your new strong and supple body awaits, the only thing you have to do is buy the book, apply the information therein and you'll never look back. I highly recommend this book, outstanding, bravo Rahul bravo. John Walker.
And he's absolutely right. (and covers the "why" part very well). (in short, but thats how a review should be, concise, yet get the point across).
I could end this email right here and tell you to get the book now, but first ...
I could keep it BRIEF and "short and sweet" like a review John once posted on the great little book "Profound 70% Gorilla 30% Human Handstands" (level #3 in the handstand progression and the very all important BRIDGE to free standing handstands, book #4 "yet to be written") ...
"This book is short and sweet, and so will be the review. Massive upper body strength and power. Another excellent book from the bodyweight fitness guru".
I might have got a word or two wrong, or extra, but that is the gist of it. Amazon it for more... I couldn't be bothered to do so right now.
Anyway, I just saw a brief 1:33 second clip from the Animal Kingdom - three cheetahs - and a leopard takes them - all of a sudden, out of the blue!
The clip is short, sweet, brutal and gets the job done.
The three cheetahs, all taller at the shoulder - amble along to prey, they prepare to eat it, when OUT OF NOWHERE - a massive leopard, shorter, but far bulkier than any of the cheetahs shows up!
He doesnt just show up.
He bare bones BULLIES the cheetahs off the prey - swaggering machismo is what it reminds me of.
There was a scene in Sly Stallone's Cobra once where Sly literally walks up to a guy, cool in aviators and all, and rips the front of his shirt off
Believe me, if that doesn't scream machisom, nothing does!
Remember the guy I once put a Gorilla Grip on ?
His friend did the same to me (just pocket though) - in eigth grade.
Trust me, I know a thing or two about being bullied, and then giving it back to them x 100!
in true blue MACHO MAN as I'm called style.
So does the leopard, mi amigo.
The ONLY other animal I've seen literally BOUND out like that out of nowhere and use the element of surprise so well is the tiger - that has been known to hunt leopards too.
For it's size though, the leopard - and the JAGUAR, another highly underrrated beast - sure do pack a punch!
It's just bold, swaggering machismo in the Animal Kingdom.
Kill or be killed.
Eat or be eaten.
WIN OR DIE!!!!!!!!!!!! (trying)
I keep asking people which side they're on, they say I'm a fool. Not anymore though ... Hehe.
Anyway, all reminds me of a Mike Tyson statement that Iron Mike recently made about "I'd beat any of the current heavyweights in my prime".
I'd say he'd KO the welter weights with one hand, and the heavy weights with another. Iron Mike was the REAL deal, still is, I STILL wouldn't bet on any current heavy weight going up against him (yeah, I'm an unabashed Tyson fan, but with damn good reason).
Reminds me of how people keep talking about Tyson's height, normal height, but that build - my word.
Certainly what sets him apart, with his peek a boo style he actually made his height an advantage as opposed to a disadvantage.
A real doer (who once kept, and slept with (as in the animals were on his bed, nothing else) massive Bengal Tigers no less!!).
I'd be wary of doing that myself. Heh. Then again, who knows, maybe not!
but all of this, my friend, leads up to the following - If you truly want to turn into a BEAST, the closest thing to a human beast?
Then get Fast and Furious Fitness NOW, you'll see yours truly "human leopard" in the book as well.
And the next level to that, I guess if you want to as a customer once said "join the ranks of the superhumans" - Animal Kingdom Workouts (if you want to truly become the closest thing a a human can to a TIGER!)
And dat BE dat.
PS - Bozo Schofield, him of the LGBEQINSYYYTTTTTTTTT crapola once sent me a trolly rubbish message about being "Rahul Tyson".
I can almost feel the Bozo's jaw crack, hehe.
Come to think of it, I think it done cracked in 2020 - felt good eh Glyn? More is coming - BOYO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!