Workouts (101)

 These could probably be condensed – or seperated – and then hung out to dry, hehe – as TWO emails.

But first, a bit of a strange occurrence – or questions – or both.

Why, I ask, why (Bozo schofield, pay attention, LOL) would guys (ostensibly STRAIGHT guys) talk about “hanging condoms out to dry on clotheslines so they could be re-used” – or send dick pictures galore in what was decidely not a porn group on WeShat?

I can tell you why I call it WeShat.

But can these fine fellas, all fine upstanding “Gym Shym” preacher with big bellies (some) and even more gigantic bloated MUSCLE (some) tell me why they would be doing the same?

I won’t take names and kick ass (for a change).

Bozo Schofield, well, he’s the epitome of lunacy so I just HAVE To. Plus he makes me sales.

But I kinda like the other two dudes, hehe. Especially the boobybuilder with knee injuries who I Once asked to run sprints.

To his credit, cliff listened.

HE might not have DONE it.

But he didn’t trash talk bodyweight like a certain other guru shuru does.

(not to mention he came out and agreed with - or shoul di say had the GUTS to admit that the Chinese are one of the most racist people ever in certain regards, and he said this despite being a color you wouldn't think would say it, hence my rants about "not all people are bad!") 

(Credit bro!) 

Shuru, lol.

Thats “start” in Hindi.

Here I start again, I can heer certain people thinking.

Here I GO again. Like that Energizer Bunny, hehe, as certain female shave called me.

And to the other guy’s credit?

He said the following

“Rahul doesn’t just “do it” (to a silly question along the lines of “if I do it”.). He TEARS it apart”.

HA!

Now, inneundos aside (would you believe, that was the sort of conversation that went on in “Keeping it Real in China” (one reason I GAVE the group away, and Bozo Schofield of all people ended up getting it through a third party, and he promptly turned it into a porn group)) (and Charles was right. Dont give it to Glyn, he repeatedly told me, hehe).

But I didn’t.

Glyn “got it” …

but anyway. Point of all this you ask?

Brain dump for one, and this brain dump occurred during a SUPER STUD workout, my friend.

No, not pull-ups although that happened before and after.

But when, and hear me out, you can do 500 jump ropes in approximately 1:45, you truly ARE super stud level at jumping rope right if nothing else.

You’re probably pretty damned good at other things too.

(I wont go thre, hehe).

But jumping rope does increase blood flow all over the body, including to the nether regions where most modern day men and boobybuilders selling supplements get LESS flow.

Far lesser, I should say …

But anyway, I haven’t put out an advanced course on jumping rope as yet.

Maybe I shall.

But for now, Jump Rope Mania! Is advanced enough to keep you busy and sweating your WHOLE Life.

Now, the inner citadel?

Well, it’s simple

Tracy once told me that “you’re always so positive! I love it!”

High praise coming from a fine, fine lass … hehe.

And most people whether they agree with me or not have told me the same thing (on my list, and pretty much most people I meet) except THREE people.

Two, actually.

The Bozo = Hannibal, not “human”.

The other two?

I’ll let you guess, hehe.

25% discount off for those that DO guess – RIGHT!

Oh, and in an email or so prior or perhaps one that I wills end soon, there’ll be a goof that doesn’t seem like a goof, and the number “25” or a derivative thereof will be involved.

See if you can spot it!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – Get to ANIMAL like fitness levels and become the REAL Man you were meant to be (hint – Mother Nature didn’t intended you to turn into a puff duff boobybuilder my friend. Adding more poundage on to the bar ain’t where its at either. REAL MAN training is done on your FEET, not your back and ass (unless its the lovely not Schofield, of course, hehe) by INDULGING galore in the WORKOUTS that will get you there – Animal Kingdom Workouts, the book that is possibly my best and most controversial ever, and is raising eyebrows and getting RAVE REVIEWS!

PS #2 – I “Capped” off my workout with a 1 minute isometric stretch. Thats right, just one minute. And those workouts I give you in Isometric and Flexibility Training – last guess how long?

Righto, my friend.

Right-O!

And they WILL kick your ass. Guaran-damn-teed.

PPS – Citadel, “sh”it-adel. LOL. Never got to that. But basically it’s a Napoleon Hill expression which basically means you let NOTHING but the thoughts you WANT to come into your innermost mind. I’ve written about this before, and despite it NOT seeming that way, I practice it almost daily, and the results are wondrous. So should YOU!

And if you don’t know how, apply for COACHING on it here. (how dare I, eh. Hehe. But I did!) 

It's funny, my dear reader, but tru.

Yours truly is NOT a "technically" inclined person in that he dos NOT like to "take things apart and fix them". 

If theres something to do around the house? 

Well, yours truly is probably NOT the guy you call, hehe. 

And it's funny despite my outward alpha male "macho" appearance. I didnt know how to change the air con filtere on an A/C split until Marc the African Silverbak Gorilla told me. 

He didnt know either. 

Despite the brawn

And this isn't about attraction, or like minds attracting, but rather the Chinese dude who showed us just how EASY it was when he did it (on a paid basis of course, hehe). 

Much like opening a lock is if you know how. Again, CHina's taught me a lot in that regard!

Forking out a 100 or so kuai for something youc an do with ... ah, but this isn't about locks, locksmiths, and yours truly forgetting keys when in a rush for workouts (I rarely do it, but it's happened on occasion!). 

But anyway ... 

It's a lot easier to do all this in China than India. 

India, for whatever reason is different in that the craftmanship for just about anything is shoddier. 

Nothing is standard. Nuts and bolts don't fit where they should. Parts are "just that much different". And so forth. 

China, not so. 

Despite China's many faults, MOST factories and us foregin devils doing QC there ensure that parts are, for the most part, of uniform standard and quality in just about anything made there these days with a few exceptoins, but just a few. 

Yours trulu even took apart a giant HEATER of all things there, wires and everything, and re-wired it all back together with the help of a video - in Chinese!

HEy I can learn if taught WELL. 

But in India? 

I doubt I'd be able to even put the damn thing back together, hehe. 

Anyway, yours truly has never been technically inclined in that regard. 

Curiously enough I'm the guy they call when computers need fixing or taking apart ... 

But the "man things around the house"? 

For some reason, changing car tyres, or being taught how to do so, or being taught how to BOX and FIGHT ... all those little "guy things" that Dad's often pass on to their kids was never ever there for me. 

Perhaps it's the Nazi feminist household in which I grew up. 

But I wasn't interested in it either. 

But then again, kids are only interested once you TELL 'em. 

I teach my little GIRL to box (the best I can, hehe) - and to exercise RIGHT (which I CAN do - very well!). 

It's never about gender my friend (curiously enough yours truly was told to take "manly subjects" in schoool when he was more interested in arts and HISTORY rather than boring ass Sciences). 

And curiously enough most of my customers are of the same bent of mind, upbringing etc. 

Not so much "friends" of whom I have precious few, and PREFER it that way. 

Quality, not quantity. 

And where am I going with all this, you might ask? 

The workout I got. 

More to the point, the THUMB workout. Same thumb that popped in and out while doing handstands "Rocky style" is now back at full bore despite me getting NO treatment for it, bearing the pain, and the only thing I Did for it was grip an ice cold Corona tightly the night of the (VERY AND MOST painful I've ever had) injury. 

Today, that thumb is rockin and back stronger than ever 

Fingertip pushups, my friend, before you ask are the secret. 

And despite the MARK on my right thumb from openkng that damn water filter or what not this afternoon, I did it. 

Don't know so much about the tech side of it, but the "opening and closing"? 

I did it. (no, Bozo Glyn, if you're reading this I ain't referring to the legs you never opened and the asses you always dove headfirst, not the small one either ... ah, but I will stop. LOL). 

Fingertip pushups are a secret old timers and wrestlers used to build that CORSUCATING grip strength and are often ignored in favor of fancy grippers and sucgh. 

Weight shyt, and what not. 

Big mistake my friend. 

These will giv eyou the strongest fingers ever, and a grip of STEEL. 

Learn how to do 'em right HERE

Best, 

Rahul Mookerjee

PS - And remember, along with pull-ups? You'll literally have a grip of steel x 1000. In fact, I believe I gave away one of my TOP grip secrets by saying that, but so be it! 

PS #2 - Bozo Schofield sent me a rant saying "Rahul Tyson" when I posted the sales page. Maybe I'll go MANO-A-0MANO with him on that one. Then again, nah. I fight MEN...LOL. Not pansies and girly men. 'nuff said. 

(and men that wouldn't last a DAY in the slammer, hence the Bozo on the lam from cops. Long story!) 

Oh boy.

I just saw a video I HAD to share with you guys.

I don’t normally watch videos in the first place, but this one was special.

The headline itself was special.

A 70 kg (yea, thats right – 70!) arm wrestler beat a veritable GIANT – and one of the world’s strongest bodybuilders Larry Wheels in a MATCH.

A 5 round match.

Rahul Panicker from Kochi was the arm wrestler who did it.

And while he looks FIT and hardly a midget as described in the headline, next to the gigantic Larry Wheels and the even more gigantic bloated muscles ??

It is indeed David VS Goliath, and then some!

The small dude lost the first two rounds, but he’s just getting warmed up it seems. Hehe.

And the match took place in “Jim Shim” of all places with boobybuilders with rippling muscles looking on. 

Round 3, 4 and 5 went to “Rahul”.

And as he walked away from the table smiling, I can’t help but LAUGH.

At all the people who say “size is really what matters”.

Or, “I could pick you up and throw you through the window”.

My former friend Charles comes to mind, hehe.

Can’t do a pull-up despite years of trying, finds every opportunity to criticize me for saying what I do the way I do, supports Bozo Schofield and his racist antic, and so forth ...

... and of course, says “he’s a big guy” when he’s actually FAT.

He’s bigger than me, sure.

But his grip is about 10 times weaker despite the deadlifts he supposedly does.

Now, this isn’t a rant against him or fat guys.

But the point begets.

It ain’t about size, or size of the dog my friend. 

It’s about the size of the FIGHT in the dog!

I still remember an incident in college, where a person named Bruce asked me if I Could arm wrestle him.

That was my pre Gorilla Grip days. But I did do pushups (albeit just one kind occasionally).

“Um, I don’t know”, I said. I was skinny and had a weak ass grip at that point, and Bruce laughed.

“Nah. You do pushups and you could probably beat me!”

And at that point, we never arm wrestled, but knowing his grip strength back then, built from a lifetime of working on cars?

He could probably have beat my ass at arm wrestling despite being even skinnier than I was.

His roommate Vincent was one of the gym gorillas, agood friend, and the same person who once told me that “you can’t be the strongest in the gym” when “Bimbo instructor” in physical education102 or some such BS was trying to get me on the machines and all “pumped and toned” and I threw a hissy (rightfully so).

But he had a weak grip, and I remember beating him at arm wrestling often.

But anyway, back to the video.

I see Larry Wheels’s biceps PEAK.

I see the peak of his biceps RIPPLE and RIPPLE MORE!

As he tries to defeat the much smaller guy.

Who then pulls his arm to the “floor” as it were.

And that, my friend, is all the proof you need in terms of real strength NOT being related to size (in case you needed any more, that is!).

And I don’t know what sort of training Rahul does.

Not yours truly.

Panicker.

But I bet the MAN from Kochi does pushups and pull-ups amongst other things ...

Anyway, thats the David VS goliath story for now.

And to get a grip as strong as Rahuls, or perhaps MORE – if you do the thing – here are the two courses that will do it.

Gorilla Grip

Gorilla Grip (Advanced).

Have at (Oh, and the book on tips is there too in case you so choose!).

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – Be sure and pick up the best compilation on pull-ups right here.

PS – I was around 65kg when my wife said I was “too skinny and weak”. And people IN THE KNOW said I was in great shape (from following the 0 Excuses Fitness System).

Who was right? YOU decide!

This is something interesting!

And it struck me right after that hearty, starchy meal of POTATOES and CHEESE, and right now I’m so relaxed momentum and/or pull-ups, or any sort of exercise other than getting my ass off the chair and into the bed is not on my mind.

It will later, but not now.

Yawn.

The tiger BE Ready to rest!

But anyway, pull-ups.

I’ve often spoken about and railed against why KIPPING, despite being promoted by the pundit-shundits, experts-sh-em-experts, gym goers, Crossfitters and many others alike is not only NOT good when doing pull-ups, but it can also seriously impact your gains in the long term in this great exercise if you keep doing it that way

If you do it to “try” and never do it again?

Well, goodie.

But most people get addicted to the “rush” and “kick” (literally) and keep doing ‘em that way to feed their numbers and stoke their EGOS.

Truth is, you do NOT use momentum of ANY NATURE from the lower body while doing pull-ups right bro

Truth is you don’t use the legs at all.

You don’t even (preferably) bend them as it taught. Sure, you CAN do em that way, but advanced pull-ups mean your legs remain STRAIGHT and do NOT generate any momentum while being straight – and this is mentioned in both Battletank Shoulders – and Pull-ups - - from STUD to SUPER STUD within WEEKS!

But there IS momentum that cannot be avoided, especially with higher reps.

Not the “do one and do five kind”, though thats great.

It’s upper body momentum.

Many people have written in about this in the past too.

“Rahul, when doing high rep pull-ups, I tend to “swing a bit””).

Indeed you DO, Jack . . . 

Now, I dont mean swing uncontrollably.

No.

But if you’re doing pull-ups QUICKLY, up an down, up and down, up and DOWN ... you’ll soon find out one thing if you’re doing ‘em right, chin over bar each time.

That you will generate some sort of momentum and a wee bit of swinging unless you do ‘em SLOW (which is how you should learn ‘em, and how I advocate you learn them in “Pull-ups - - from DUD to STUD within WEEKS!” - and yes, THIS course is a must along with Shoulders like Boulders! Before you invest in the two advanced courses above).

Or you can invest now, but DO the thing per the elementary courses first, and then advanced.

Elementary, I know.

I know.

But you’ be surprised at how many people miss the boat on that one.

Jumping straight to advanced does NOT work. You gotta BUILD a solid foundation first.

And back to advanced pull-ups, I’ve said in the book they work the entire body (workout wise) and give you EXCELLENT cardio.

This second bit STUNS most people, but as you’ll see in the advanced book, it’s VERY much possible!

Yes, you can get a super cardio workout doing an exercise which barely taxes the legs unless you’re doing Swami pull-ups, and even then, you dont move the legs.

Position, but not force!

And while doing advanced pull-ups, you WILL generate momentum, but it’s from the lats and armpits.

I’d still say minimize the swinging, but to a certain extent you’ll see it’s unavoidable.

And that, my friend, is the takeaway from THAT.

Many, actually.

See how you can implement them into your own training.

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – If you’re the “Value grab” sort – make sure to pick up the compilations on pull-ups and other upper body workouts that together will build an Adnois like (or “female equivalent” I can’t remember the name now!) body - - and GRIZZLY like strength to boot -

Pull-ups – from DUD to STUD to SUPER STUD within WEEKS!

Barnstormer SHOULDERS!

Have ... AT!

Not just because they’re the bread and butter of ANY business which is a fact a lot of so called business men and women do NOT realize as theyre chasing the almighty buckola, which of course runs away as fast from them as they chase it...

But because you guys are guys that GET it.

Anyway, more on this beneath.

But I still remember what a person told me many, many years ago (he was on the list when I first put out rahulmookerjee.com – those were the DAYS!).

“With a father like you your daughter need NEVER worry about getting unfit and eting too much etc”.

(This was in response to an email about how infants and kids instinctively know they have “had enough” and STOP eating, period, regardless of how “delicious” or yummy the food is in front of them (unless its chocloate, hehe)).

As adults, we could learn a LOT from infants - - both w.r.t fitness – and life – and BREATHING

Anyway, he said that in response to that post (which I’ll share to you guys probably one of these days. It’s an all time favorite! Probably second after my hill climbing workout post) ...

And as I sit here writing this to you, typo ridden or what not (and the SQUIT workout as well) .. .I think what he said was right.

Kiddie fitness proves it, for one.

And the term my little girl came up with does too!

She’s the most inventive and ingenius ever. We call her (or at least I did) “Little Einsten”, right down to the messy “lab” of hers. Hehe.

Yours truly hates disorders and chaos, but sometimes there is more function in dysfunction and more ORDER in chaos than is visible to the “naked eye”.

Now, squits. 

Is What I did today for a majority of MY workout.

What is it, I still remember asking my daughter when she coined the term.

“Dad, it’s a combo of squat and sit!”

And shes right.

And what it ALSO is a stretch for the AGES, bro.

A stretch that most in the West, and even most modern Asians could NOT get into – or hold – for any length of time.

And a stretch thats functionally one of the most useful ones.

Move over splits etc.

When you gotta take a dump and there ain’t no toilet in the woods, then it’s time for the bear to do what it does eh.

But you can only do it if you can GET into position first, and SPLIT seconds count. Hehe.

(I still remember a bus ride back from Hong Kong where all water I drank was (in Bruce, an old friends terminology) “clamoring to come out”! And th ebus ride took forever, and there was a traffic jam and I was wondering if I’d have to pull out the ole bottle, hehe).

(He didnt say clamoring, but you get the point!)

But anyway ...

One of the most functional stretches ever.

And it’ll give you a workout from hell in a way you have NOT experienced before if you do it right!

And it’s mentioned in my latest book “Isometric and Flexibility Training”.

And another most functional and NIGH USEFUL stretch to get rid of back pain, feel great, and lose WEIGHT – big time – is mentioned in 0 Excuses Fitness

And the best darn exercise which is and has gotten RAVE reviews is nothing but a solid derivative of this ...

And on yet another note, I’ve been going back and forth with a customer Charles, and he’s “impressed that I hadn’t forgotten or ignored or “dismissed” his requests for new books which he made last year”.

Early last year.

Yours truly does have the memory of an elephant, but he has it even more so for you guys.

Because y’all are what make it worth it!

And thats why I ENCOURAGE people to contact me directly in case of any questions – leave reviews – keep the feedback coming – and so forth!

All for a good cause!

I’m out.

Back soon!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – Pick up the courses above, and don’t forget Advanced Hill Training – another GEM of a course right there.

I’ve done it, and today seems to be yet another one of those days.

Unplanned, and in the flow, and thats how most of my days are. Hehe.

The only planning I do, believe it or not, is before Igo to bed (in bed) where I VISUALIZE.

And right after waking up – writing my dreams down (which no, I dont over analyze. I hardly even look at what I wrote throughout the day).

And yet, my output in every which way (if you’re on the other site, not THAT way hehe, but I’ll write about that as well soon. LOL).

I’m sure I will!

Anyway ...

Ideas beget ideas.

I’m not sure who said it, but it was a “somebody” that once said his books were written in the margins of other books.

Anyhow.

One exercise a day or workout.

IT’s a great idea ... sometimes.

I do not recommend you do this often, but sometimes, it happens.

And I’ve written in 0 Excuses Fitness about how difficult it is to achieve TRUE MASTERY over any exercise, havent I?

Yes, I have!

And these one exercise workouts push you further along that road to mastery which truth be told you’ll never master.

I won’t.

No-one will!

Thats the beauty of exercise. Always new peaks to conquer (if we’re talkin gbodyweight exercise, not bozo like pump, tone, grunt and gruff and the lot at the ole gym shym bim (bo)).

And one exercise routines could be you doing JUST pull-ups and noting else.

Or ONE type of pushups.

Perhaps just handstands throughout the day.

Or, perhaps just climb hills three times a day!

Pick one exercise – and really, really FOCUS On it!

Key to making this work?

Two keys – 1) the same thing that makes ALL my workouts WORK.

KISS.

Not “kiss” the workouts or your partner, even if it’s Jassy, hehe.

Keep it simple. Sweet. Short. Brutally short and effective!

And two?

Do MULTIPLE workouts throughout the day.

Again, I dont recommend doing this type of thing all the tim e- we all know, for instance, what happens when you pound out nothing but pull-ups for ages, and flop on thy FACE when it comes to pushups, hehe.

I do!

But sometimes, it’s worth it.

Try it – let me know!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – The alter I use for one other site keeps coming to mind. Hmm!

And how you should too ...

On the other site, and recently I wrote about how to know if you’re dealing with a cauldron of NEGATIVITY.

Towards the end of that email, I wrote about how the bozos, nutjobs, wankers, pissers and moaners, Mama’s boys, Schofields (the Bozos that is), whiners, and LOSERS IN LIFE (and everything else) complain about “you’re so fit because you have good genetics”.

One of the most ridiculous things I heard recently was this.

“You have long hands so you can do pull-ups better”

Huh???

Lady, (this was a lady) what frigging planet you BE living on.

First off, the size of your hands has nothing to do with anything other than (according to what some people say) whats in your PANTS.

The thumb, or whatever.

I’m not even sure thats ACCURATE.

Second, and more importantly, I have SMALL hands. I’ve often laughingly compared them to female hands and (though they said it was a “little bigger”), my hands were by no means much bigger.

Look at Sylvester Stallone for one, a guy thats achieved more of NOTE and WORTH than the Bozos and MONKEYS out there couldn’t dream of. 

When you think action – who do you think ?

STALLONE!

HE IS THE ONE that inspired Arnie, Willis and the rest! (and more recently perhaps Vin Diesel and the lot, and if you’re into Bollywood, whoever you follow there).

Sanjay Dutt for one openly admits to being influenced by Stallone!

And if you see his earlier movies, you’ll notice that he copied Stallone on many of the things he did. It aint’ just him either. Sly is a legend, and a trail blazer – nuff said!

And his hands – and shape in general?

He’s not a big guy. HE’s a SMALL GUY!

His hands are probably even tinier than mine. They did a wax something of his hands somewhere in New York, and a past girlfriend once saw it.

My hands are bigger than his, she said.

And yet ...

Ditto for yours truly.

If I’ve been able to do what I have with crappy genetics, and an even crappier and UNINSPIRING upbringing – what will YOU be able to do?

Herschel Walker, for one – you wouldn’t think it – but he wasn’t a big guy naturally, and no, “muscle doesnt stick to him like shit”. These excuses are so damned pathetic, especially when THE MAN HIMSELF has refuted this bullshit!

And back to it.

I’ve got LONG arms. Longer than the norm.

Monkey arms as it were, hehe.

And they ARE long.

And when doing pull-ups thats another natural disadvantage along with my SMALL hands.

Yet, I made up my mind to become the BEST at grip – and I did.

I made up my mind to get STRONGER than a lot of people triple my size – and in many ways I DID.

Lets see how many big dudes can even get into a handstand and hold for one!

Including you weight lifters and preeners and posers out there ...

I made up my mind to get the Corrguated Core I write so much about – and I did. Tell that to the nutwards who supposedly walk miles daily at 3 AM or some such nonsense on planet “I’m wayyyyyyyy out there, broooooooooooooooo”.

I made up my mind to get good at pull-ups.

And by God, or not, I DID!

You focus on the SOLUTION, bro.

As they say in the Seals and other elite units (including most likely SWAT teams etc).

DEAL WITH IT!

And get her done.

And thats what it’s about – BRO.

Back soon!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – Some of you have said the advanced book on pull-ups is too expensive. Well, hey, I get it. It IS expensive, but it will stay that way (fortunately or not is another story). The solution there is to get the compilation - - and when you compare the prices ... well ‘nuff said!

(But hurry – I might re-price in the New Year).

Tuesday, 22 December 2020 07:12

Jumping rope in a “twisty” manner

Yesterday I spoke about jumping rope, and getting a super workout in (one of them) straight out of Jump Rope Mania!.

And I’m sore today.

I’m sore all throughout the lower back, but not the legs, which is strange you might say for workouts such as these?

Especially because they really hammered the upper body as well in terms of pull-ups ...

And I didnt even get into torquing pushups and the such.

But anyway, my LOWER back is sore ... the SIDES.

Deep, deep down inside. Not the superficial “muscle” on top (or the skin, I should say).

It’s deep soreness, and it will be rectified as I move about today, but the point of this is ... that jumping rope is yet another way you can add in twisting to your routine.

You might think it’s not possible to twist and torque while jumping rope, but it is.

You might not think it’s possible to do on ONE LEG, but it is - - even for YOU, the average fitness enthusiast.

You might not think jumping in a tight circle, or any circle at all while jumping rope is possible, but it IS.

You might not think jumping rope alone gives you a super GRIP workout, but it does if you do it RIGHT.

And I could write tomes on it, but I won’t.

For now, the BOOK will have to suffice.

If what I’ve already told you doesnt hammer home the FAT BURNING effect of these workouts into your NOGGIN, then nothing else will bro.

Get after it right HERE. Jumping rope is one of those essential skills nigh on everyone should have, including you!

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – There is a reason boxers and wrestlers for one use this simple but HIGHLY effective tool in their workouts.

PS #2 – Oh, and don’t forget to pick up the 0 Excuses Fitness System while you’re at it. Truly the most comprehensive and RESULTS producing system ... EVER put out!

Monday, 21 December 2020 13:51

Shake up – from the INSIDE OUT!

Have you ever heard the famous Zig Ziglar saying “you need a check up from the NECK UP?”

Basically thats his way of saying that “the brain is where it’s all at!”

If you’re making less sales – chances are your THINKING is what needs to be changed – first, and quick!

If you’re not performing in bed – same thing!

If you feel “blah” all the time - - same thing!

And while what he was saying was related more to motivation and sales, the fact is that your mind controls pretty much every result and outcome in your life – fitness included.

Enter “shake things up from the inside out” – or “tune up from the inside out”.

My wife’s numerous stomach issues, for instance, have ONE easy solution.

You on this list know what it is, but of course, when she’s told about it, she doesnt listen. Hehe.

How could her husband ever be “right” on “anything” hehe.

But really ...

Tons of doctor visits down the road, bazillions of medicines down the road, a “colonscopy” or something she had done, and plenty of other tests ..the problem never went away.

And recurs all the time.

Indigestion. Stomach pain. Extreme “flatulence”. And so forth. 

And the solution is simple – exercise, yes, but exercis ethat SHAKES things up from the inside out.

Lest you think I know nothing about this, think again.

Back in the day yours truly suffered from IBS – irritable bowel syndrome.

My (and this is what a medical report said) “colon was overloaded” most of the time.

I had extreme “gas”. Had to go to the bathroom unexpectedly at places you’d never think. And so forth.

All normal for those of you that are suffering from IBS as my wife is (except she calls it different things) ...

.... and as I report on the Corrugated Core page, I’m glad to report that for years, I’ve been completely free of IBS or any related stomach issues.

This afternoon, my wife made the comment to me about “how could I tolerate so much spice”.

Well, I couldn’t back in the day. Yes, I loved spicy food always, but the aftermath was quite something else.

Now?

Like water off a duck’s back – or tummy. 

Anyway, I told my wife this.

“There’s a simple solution, honey. Shake things up”.

“What do you mean”, she asked.

“Well, what happens when you exercise”, I asked. And without waiting for her to answer, I told her. “Your tummy shakes!”

She shook her head. 

Indigant!

How dare you, she said. I’m not fat!

“OK, OK”, I said hastily. Even someone with a 12 or 15 pack would feel his “insides” shaking as he exercised.

No reaction.

Enough said, hehe.

But point again is this – workouts like I promote that SHAKE things up ensure two things.

One, better blood flow and increased T – and all the benefits you know about, but with regard to what I’m saying here, #2?

The CORE and all the organs SHAKE.

And it’s THIS “shaking” that really improves the functioning of your internal organs, massaging,s tretching and SQUEEZING them naturally, and getting rid of bloat, IBS, constipation and everything else.

Hindu squats, for example. Impossible to do ‘em and not feel it all “move”!

Jumping rope. A prime, prime shaker and mover!

And that eternal favorite – sprints.

So as you see, this ain’t really an advertisement for Corrugated Core bro.

But those exercises DO work the core the best – and in the privacy of your own living room.

Of course, a lot of the others get the job done.

Take your pick my friend!

Best

Rahul Mookerjee

 

PS – Oh, how could I forget PUSHUPS? Another great core movement – check out the different types of pushups that will BLAST your core into a NEW one almost right here – Pushup Central.

Thursday, 10 December 2020 07:41

On having CONTROL over an exercise

In 0 Excuses Fitness, my other writings and I believe (specifically) the book on PUSHUPS ... I wrotte about control.

Sorry, Mastery.

MASTERY of an exercise is something even the greats willr eadily admit to that it’s nigh on impossible to achieve!

Lets take the humble fingertip pushup, by itself an ASS kicker for most people.

Bruce Lee used to pump out hundreds of these on two fingers, and sets of 50 on the thumb all day long.

Whew.

And even HE would tell you there is ALWAYS more!

For instance, what about a legs elevated pushup done that way?

OR a handstand? Not even the pushup, just the handstand!

Or any of the other variants I teach you in Pushup Central.

Same thing for pull-ups, squats, dips, and what not 

(Dips being a great exercise I’ve addressed in Shoulders like Boulders, but I might put out a course someday specifically on dips).

(And on ONE arm workouts – Charles – yes – that is on the way!)

Now, CONTROL.

How much CONTROL do you have over your exercises is key to improvement, and the road to mastery or as close as you’ll get – and superior health, strength and fitness.

The exercises in “Isometric Training” (my latest book on it) do a fine, fine job of addressing this!

Let me tell you, if you get up into my favorite “after climb” stretch I mention in the book, you’ll feel them legs QUIVERING.

Your thighs. Back. Sides. Portions of the body you did NOT know existed, hehe.

While throwing the leg up in just that pose, when I started, I’d “bang it up there” and bang it down with a “thud” onthe cement.

This hurt, but it helped me get better.

But really.

REAL control is when you can simply “glide” that leg up effortlessly, and stay in the stretch – and getting out of it, you do so in control, and calmly and loosely!

THIS, my friend is the real key to isometric benefits (or benefits from said training) and the feel great feeling you get from STRETCHING!

No surprise I’v eincluded both in the same book!

And THIS is something most people, despite being great at pull-ups etc need to work upon. I should know – I used to be the same way!

Strong as heck, but inflexible in certain regards ...

When I do this now, I just “do it” . I dont aim for the foot to bang up there, or records.

It just glides up there!

And thats the only reason I’d advocate you to do Tai Chi etc workouts if you know how to do ‘em.

Pretty much useless for cage fights and real world fighting and we’ve covered that before, but its great for FLEXIBILITY, I WILL give you that!

And so it goes.

On another note, I just looked at an old document from school (a certificate of sorts) which claims I “inculcated good moral value and a secular outlook” amongst other interesting garbage.

The second. Yes.

First?

You be the judge, hehe.

Best,

Rahul Mookerjee

PS – Pick up the book on isometric training HERE.

PS #2 – Did also get to check out my old “Taekwondo” certificate back from when I did it. Musty and dusty, but it’s there, hehe. Yours truly was at “green belt” level then (I believe thats one level above rookie, hehe). Pity I didnt continue and had no incentive to do so!

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