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A perfectly working Toshiba at that, one that is FAR better than this "new" laptop I've been using for less than a fraction of the time (although to be honest, WInblows has a lot to do with it crashing etc). 

But anyway, let me back up. 

You on this list know the sigh of relief - and the SHEER JOY AND HAPPINESS that washed over me towards the end of Feb, when I gave away two items. 

An old camorder. 

A perfectly functional laptop. 

To a CHARITY no less. 

They plan on using it in schools etc. I dont know, but I knOW for a fact they'll do something good with it. 

For a long time, I hung on to to both for sentimental value. 

One, I bought when I had my FIRST JOB. 

And two? 

Well, that laptop was where many of my products were created, released and sold! 

For a long time I held on to them. 

This year, I released them - because it was TIME to, for various reasons. 

Like I said, the sense of happiness I felt at giving it away was beyond none. 

Now, these guys didnt take clothes etc. 

And today, as I gave a CRAPLOAD of perfectly GOOD clothes away (which I no longer wear due to some odd reason) - I felt much the same - 9 out of 10 (but a lot of that 9 is because I'm exhausted from a tough workout and the guy interrupted me during writing, heh - or it would be 10). 

Nothing if not canny is the dude, an he repeatedly asked me if I had an old laptop lying around. 

Or shoes. 

Or cameras!

IT was like he was reading my mind. 

But either way, I laughed at him twice. 

First, for the old shoes part. 

"Dude, why would I keep those? If I dont wear, if they ain't useful to anyone, I'd TOSS 'em", I told him. 

"But you can get something for them", he went on. 

"I dont want it". 

I handed him a crapload of old DVD's and my old DVD player. 

Here, take it, I said. 

HE goggled, and took it, scarcely able to believe his luck. 

"I dont give anything that anyone else cannot use", I said. 

He didnt believe me, and then asked about the laptop - again. 

"I've already given it away", I said. 

I then explained the how's of how I did it. 

He shrugged. 

"For how much", he asked, as if it was the most routine thing to ask. 

Nothing, I replied. 

He asked again. 

"For freeeeee??": he goggled. 

Then he badgered me for phones, and I said I ain't got any old one lying around to give. 

Actually, I do. 

One of them. Which I don't and will never use, but which I have other plans for. 

Finally as he went, I'm writing this to you, and why ? 

One, this is nothing against those that prefer to hold garage sales rather than "give". 

Or "exchange". 

Or, sell on She-bay or what not. 

I'd rather just give though for the most part, and there is a damn good reason behind this. One sentiment, and one decidely NOT SO. 

And second? 

Fitness wise, do you understand NOW why I give you SO much - and yet ask so little in return? 

You on this list are literally getting value beyond compare, my friend. 

quite literally. 

And the reason I do it - is well, what I've mentioned above, and even the FREE stuff you get from me, my friend will propel you along the path to greatness - if you LET IT. 

And part of "letting go" is letting go of what you have in your wallet to get something GOOD for it - something of VALUE. 

Way too FEW people are willing to do that, especially these days, when panic runs rampant. 

And as I told this dude I never wear a mask (he did) - he goggled again. 

Sage, those looks! 

But anyway,  if you're one of the select few that doesn't constantly see money flying OUT (and whines about how "my money just keeps disappearing") - rather, the opposite - and KNOWS when there is VALUE For the taking at a "cost that is WAY too LESS", then start by investing the Rolls Royce of Fitness right here, bro. 

And write back - and tell me how you do! 


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - PIck up another product or two while you're at it. Remember, there's a discount A AWAITING! 

(and remember, I'm going to pull the discount by next week, probably Monday MORNING bright and early - therefore, do what the smarties are DOING, and get your thang on NOW.). 

Friday, 12 March 2021 06:38

That sheer feeling of ABUNDANCE ...

If there is one subject that people grip about the most, my friend it is this - MONEY. 

Yet, if I were to tell you that most, if not ALL millionaires, or even those you might consider succesfull didnt just start out with less than a pot to piss in. 

They started out, my friend, FEELING like millionaries when the "zeros" in the bank account didnt quite show it (the opposite, actually). 

Ask ANY one of them, and you'll see. 

I've been saying this for years - capture the winning FEELING - and you're off to the races no matter what. 

No, the economy doesn't matter. Neither does the plague from China, and no, money is not "tight" and NO, being "broke" isn't as much of a reality as you THINK (regardless of what the vast majority of folks reading this might think). 

Yours truly has always lived in the flow, and had a life of plenty, and no, I wasnt "given" that life. The opposite, actually! 

But really, I don't get it. 

I hear people gripe all the time about money, money money. 

Perhaps to a degree it makes sense in the recession we're facing now - according to the sh-news, at least - I dont believe in using such silly idiotic terms - but people gripe about money in the best of economies and the worst. 

I've made no secret of the fact I laugh at those who consider my books and products "expensive" or what not, but this isn't about that. 

This is about the FACT that men's minds above anything else create "hard times" - recessions - and the like. 

If you THINK right - things will be RIGHT. 

And the sheer feeling of abundance and gratitude I'm feeling right now for a seemingly tiny thing is beyond compare, and made me write this email to you. 

Of course, we're not back up to speed on email, so for now, it's only the ultra faithful that will see this. 

But you'd think that email being my primary source of "abundance", and that being choked off due to reasons completely beyond my control (temporarily - we should be back up to speed sometime next week) I'd be fretting etc. 

Not so, my friend. Ive never felt better!

LAst year in October, I believe, one of my sites for the other business was taken down - again, reasons out of my control. 

A month later it was back up. 

Like nothing ever happened. 

There is a reason, my friend, I mention the tale of Edison in Zero to Hero, where his lab - UNSINSURED, much like yours truly - burned down one night. 

His wife was devastated. 


"So what", he replied. "We'll rebuild the next day!" 

THAT, is the attitude my friend - and no, it doesn't mean he didnt "care". 

He cared way more than most people would have. 

Except, he channeled it RIGHT and eventually years later, came out on top. 

And was remembered and is as a GREAT for the ages. 

Alright, my friend. 

In those words above lies the key to success - - at ANYTHING. 

See if you can find it, and make sure to pick up Zero to Hero NOW. 


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Newbies, for some reason are still getting the emails, but the regular list isn't. Worry not, will be sorted soon. Emails from the site should also be going fine, so if you're buying something, which you SHOULD, as that DISCOUNT is waiting (though I dont know, I might pull it very soon) ... do so NOW, and remember - the products are YOURS to download immediately for those of you that want the e-books! 

(Paperbacks, do shoot me an email and "let me know" after you pay and Ill do what is required). 


Wednesday, 10 March 2021 11:06

(Why) I feel blissed and blessed!

I just do, my friend. 

And I often - usually do. 

Those times when I spend either by myself (or when I can, with my daughter) - those times spent doing NOTHING whatsoever, with NO interruptions whatsoever, with NO-ONE around to bother me, no bells clanging, idiots wailing and whining, no Bozos pissin and moaning ... (well, actually not the last. I enjoy the Bozo as much as I do an awesome LAUGH!) ... and many other things and times when I'm A-lone - doing usually precisely nothing. 

Its probably some of these times when I've produced some of my best stuff!

Today, my email is "out of commission". 

I've got so much to write, which I Could here, and send it over to you. 

While doing handstands,  I wanted to write about why (and my daughter loves this one and indeed TOLD ME this - as did many of my CUSTOMERS) - handstands done RIGHT are the "toughest thing to learn" for most people. 

And when we get into ADVANCED handstands, thats amping the level up another notch! 

And then we get to PROFOUND level, the course on which has not yet been put out, but will - someday. 

Someday, someplace, sometime.... 

For right now, this is a signal from the Universe that says I need to rest, and I'm doing so today (though of course, I never "completely take off"). 

But ... all of us DOERS need to RELAX once in a while. 

Believe it or not, despite all my chest thumping (rightfully so) and the bellicose nature of some of my emails, I'm actually a fairly easy going person. 

Easy to get along with. 

NOT the sort of person you'd want to marry, hehe, but definitely the life and soul of the party (for whatever both of those two things are worth, and I dont do the latter too often either!). 

I'd rather sip my beer - preferably Corona or Stella - sitting on my balcony, sunning myself like an old man ... 

Or, I'd rather walk in the garden and stare at the ducks for hours. 

Or I'd rather workout for long hours, and be left in peace. 

It's all meditation and "connect with the Universe" time for me, and I value this sort of thing so much that I cannot begin to put a price tag on it - much like my "reassuringly expensive" products, which I really - sometimes I look at the prices, and wonder "damn, I'm giving this away for damn near free!". 

Or, Gazdooks! 

Or, Golly! 


I know the lookie lous and idiots out there think the opposite, which is fine, because I ain't in the biz of convincing morons, and do all I can to repel 'em. 

But anyway, I'm back to lying down right now and doing precisely nothing - and sometimes YOU TOO would be well serve dby doing what Claude Bristol said i.e. "go into nothingness" and "thy problems will fade away":. 

And if you dont have problems, "thy BLISSED feeling will amp up several notches". 

Believe me, when you get to the point you can truly meditate for hours and not think anything, you're getting someplace. 

(I wouldn't advise doing what Boddhidharma reportedly did tho). 

But anyway, in this blissed and blessed mode, I've given you a blessed offer that won't last too long - that being, and this is mentioned when you checkout on the site, ANY order over $350 - any order - paperback - digital -duplicate - whatever - gets 15% OFF. 

Flat out, no questions asked, you dont even have to enter in a coupon code - I've set it to be done automatically for you, and you'll see that on the page as well. 

So while I can't promise how long this state of affairs will last, I CAN promise it won't be long. 

Jump on this now, my friend - in a BLESSED state of mind! 


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - No, this ain't to "pay for email" - for those that might think so (believe me, I had an idiot once write in and ask me "why should I pay for training materal when you make it for "free"). Someone should have asked this ass wad if laptops, servers, website development, and the sweat, blood, tears and toil - and most of all EXPERIENCE and knowledge was to be gotten for "free", and if so, why he didnt just "get it for free". 

PS #2 - Oh well. Back to feeling BLESSED. And this PS was written before I wrote the main email (or post, since I'm not emailing today). 

(I'm going to be getting back to emails and "infesting the Inbox" pretty soon again, don't worry, hehe). 

PPS - No "why": in terms of the magic figure - thats just how it is, and it's an amount I think fits the bill nicely, and is "fair and square", really. No why in terms of "how much off" either. Thats just how it is, friend. Go with the ...FLOW! 

(I just gave you several keys to super achievement in this email for FREE, btw). 


I never, my friend - in my entire life have stressed over, or even "consciously" fretted over TWO things. 

One, "the plan via which a certain goal will be accomplished". 

And two, "what will happen tomorrow, and worry etc related to the same". 

Knowingly or not, I've always lived in the present for the most part. 

And - in the FLOW. 

Things just "happen" with me. 

Now, the key area where I didnt really focus as much as I should have in my 20's and thereabouts was this- concsious goal setting. 

This, my friend is the most important part of all this. 

Consciously setting a goal and BELIEVING it - without being a "Doubting Thomas" and wondering "just how the heck am I going to do this" is key to anything. 

Don't get me wrong. 

Plans are damned important. 

And you need 'em. 

Yet, as Napoleon Hill rightly said in Outwitting the Devil, isn't it better to leave the actual planning to a "power" that knows WAY more about it then us mere mortals? 

I'm paraphrasing, but thats the gist. 

And I agree. 

I've always done that all my life, and things have always WORKED out. 

Including in terms of fitness. 

Of course, belief is key - which is what most people need to work upon. 

Believing that you WILL achieve the goal - no matter how "removed from current reality" it looks right NOW in the PRESENT. 

Believe me, some of the things I've done (no, they ain't necessarily related to money either) ... I'd never have in my wildest dreams imagined those things would happen to me, and yet, WITHOUT any conscious thought, they did. 

Such is the power of living int he FLOW. 

Business wise, folks often ask me why I "write when I feel like it". 

And why not have a set schedule every day when emails go out at a TIME on the dot, etc. 

Because, two things. 

ONe, I live in the flow. 

And two? 

To me "when I feel like it " isnt what it means to most lazy asses throughout the world. 

To most people, subconsciously those words means "put it off till the last possible moment". 

To me, it means giving my subconscious a creative job, and it doesn't just respond with one email. 

It responds with usually 4 or 5, hehe. 

Overdeliver while underpromising is not just my mantra. 

YOUR subconscious does it too . 

And is doing it NOW. 

Anyway, I cover the life part of this in coaching calls etc. 

But fitness wise, my friend, there it lies. 

Set the goal FIRST. 

SEE it happen first. 

FEEL it happen first. 

And then, my friend, in this case you don't even need to worry about a "plan". 

I've laid it all out for you ... 

You simply need to browse through our products, and find what fits you best NOW. 

Not what your conscious mind tells you. 

What you FEEL. 

Your FIRST choice. 

Do it now, my friend. 

The rest will "come" if you let it. 

And that my friend is one of the most valuable things I could ever tell you, and I have now!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Remember, Pushup Central is REALLY rising up the charts as we speak! 

PS #2 - As I look at the title of this here email, I Realize that I forgot to address part of it! 

Well, no-one thinks I dont plan because the plans are so perfect when they do arrive! 

And so it shall be for YOU if you let it. 

Saturday, 06 March 2021 08:02

When to be a sentimental shamus

Or sentimental anyone, so listen UP. 

Yours truly is probably one of the most sentimental folks out there, especially when it comes to old books, old authors, writers, exercise, fitness, sometimes old women (usually not - and by "old" I dont mean age, I leave the hags to the Bozo, hehe) ... 

... and the exact opposite when it comes to many other things, jobs being one (where I got a steady salary, sometimes gobs of it). 

Gobs aren't the topic of this email tho - well, gobs of sentiment are. 

And way too often, you hear of folks "holding on to the past" in the name of sentiment, my friend. 

I once knew an old couple whose son had passed on (in a war that most of you probably have never thought about). 

And though he had been "gone" for years and years and years, the old lady still kept his room exactly as if her son was right there. 

Made his bed. 

Kept his pictures in "just the right spot". 

His clothes folded. 

And so forth. 

A perfect mother, and a doting one at that ... except, it didnt let her MOVE on. 

And it affected HER - the "living" as it were. 

This theme has been used to great success in movies - a recent one being an idiotically acted movie where a couple keeps re-enacting their daughter's death, even though it happened years ago - or in GREAT books - Pyscho Cybernetics gives you a similar example I believe - or a book I'm currently reading "The Guilty are Afraid". 

The incomparable James Hadley Chase, a salesman par excellence in additon to bestselling author (the two usually go together) and probably a fitness champ too gave me the Sentimental Shamus title. 

A dick and (no, Glyn, not that dick) and a cop are in a hotel, the cop "hates old fogies that come to hotels and poke their nose where it doesn't belong" (I can relate - HA!) - and the dick responds with a wry "Don't knock it. You'll get old someday too. There's a reason they live in hotels!" 

And so forth ... 

But anyway, sentiment. 

And you dont necessarily gotta be a shamus either. 

There is a time and place for it - and a time and place to LET GO. 

One part of my life I haven't and will never let go is my workouts, all out there ALONE either in blazing heat, or pouring rain, or biting COLD - or a combo and more - on the hill. 

Or anywhere, really. 

My 500 pushup workouts. 

My unique Battletank workouts ... 

And many, many others ... 

And the MEMORIES associated with them - truly inspirationa!!

And of course, on that note, if you TOO are as sentimental about 0 Excuses Fitness and Rahul Mookerjee as I am - fitness wise - then you'll want to get your hands on the Collector's edition of Fast and Furious Fitness

No, it's nothing you haven't seen in 0 Excuses Fitness, but really ... 

... it's the FIRST BOOK I wrote on fitness. 

And that alone, to me makes me want to drop the offer and just keep the few remaning copies ... just for old times sake. 

But I am not - I am passing it on to YOU - so if you WANT it - let me know - but remember - time BE limited. The clock be ticking, and once these are gone, they're GONE - with the wind, so to speak. 

And so am I - fo rnow. 

Back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Get old someday? Well, we ALL will. Key is to age like you never aged, my friend. And the right sort of physical activity is how you do that. 

Get you some HERE

Well, lots of updates that I ain't mentioned here, or written about, but I Really must! 

And I'm doing that now. 

And updates that despite a wonky and supposedly almost brand new Asus constantly crashing in the most inane manner possible - and the most annoying manners (it seems the computer has a plan to act up - and again, you dont want to know HOW) in the most annoying manners possible every time I DO something on it - I got DONE. 


And if there is one company to avoid, it's Asus. 

Admittedly Winblows is doing all it can to squeeze money out of it's customers by ruining hard disks etc so more people "buy a new laptop". The number of laptops around me crashing are legion. Wonder when the same thing will happen to phones, but I hope it doesn't! 

Probably will, though. 

So it might not be Asus alone - but actually, it IS for a large part. 

I bought this damn thing at the "fag end" of 2018. 

And it started acting up the way it is in 2019. 

Of course, taking anything to a warranty center is utterly useless as what matters is never covered, and "these crashes" aren't covered either. 

Typical wishy washy China made crap with "all glitter and no gold". 

I've been a Toshiba customer for over two decades, and cannot recommend them enough. 

They weren't selling online though for whatever reason when I bought this Asus - on the recommendation of a so called friend and equally wishy washy guy who did biz with me in the past, later got pissed off at me calling the Chinese out for what they are (after they spread the damned plague) - and deleted me etc. 

And the laptop he recommended was equally wishy washy it seems. 


Anyway, that bit aside, the updates, ah, but Amazon first - and again, thats a company as you know I VERY highly recommened, and I dont recommend many! 

You on this list might wonder why I bring up customers from there here. 

Well, in the past I used to write to them directly using the "reply" button which Amazon has removed NOW. (for a few months). 

So thats one reason, but the main reason is - well - Amazon is a great place to buy and sell books. 

And other items. 

And lots of people have "Amazon as their jam", and thats great - I sure don't got an issue with it! 

And of course, the Bozos leave inane reviews there we can all laugh at, hehe. 

But remember, and this starts the update portion for 0 Excuses Fitness (the site). 

One, lot of you have asked me about the 20% off discount I give to ALL customers on the site. 

I can't do that on Amazon, as their system doesn't allow discounts (probably because Amazon prices are the most competitive out there anyway). 

But I CAN do that on my site. And DO. (for the first purchase). 

And here's the point. 

PAPERBACKS are available on the site, and YES, if you order paperbacks on my site, they WILL be delivered via Amazon. 

So it's like you order from Amazon, except you get the books at an additional 20% off (again, just  the first purchase). 

Some of you know this, some don't so I figured I'd tell you. 

Next, we're now accepting - and this is BIG - credit cards DIRECTLY on the site. 

In the past what I did was use Paypal, or I'd have invoices sent out and folks would then use their cards or whatever to pay the invoice. 

Now, you can do that DIRECTLY on the site ... 

And of course, the Bitcoin option is there on the site for those of you that want it. 

Now, back to reviews. 

As of late - a day or so ago, I've implemented a system where in you (with your purchase) will get a LINK via which you can REVIEW the product. 

And, it will be shown on the site as well (after the reviews are posted). 

So, thats another neat little thing - in the past, you guys emailed me your reviews, or put it on Amazon. 

Both those ways are fine for you that is "old fashioned" - hey, I get it. I am too! 

Can't beat the "hold" of a paperback. Despite my push on digital, despite everything being done digitally on my site since it's inception, nothiing beats paperbacks for some people - many people - and - I get it - and agree! 

And let's see ... 

In the future, I'll be adding in "wish lists" and a lot of other stuff to the site too. Stay tuned! 

For now, pick up some old school trainining right HERE - Animal Kingdom Workouts - and Barnstormer Shoulders

And, if you're interested in a COLLECTOR's ITEMS - the FIRST edition - paperback of Fast and Furious Fitness - well -you'll see the option on the site - so get it NOW, because I only have like 8 of them left or so. Yes, you can still get 'em from Amazon, but they won't be the same collector's item with the same cover etc this book has - so if you're one of the many that is interested in how it all started, and want to own the product "because I want it" - well - do so NOW. 

And thats it from me. Back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Here is a great little inspirational read to start your day - 16 Inspirational Fitness ReCollections. 

Remember, our Fitness Central, Fitness Pioneer and the like products are all uber motivational as well - you'll love 'em!

(they ain't cheap tho. I know. And they won't be). 

Do y'all on the list remember an ex girlfriend from way back in the day in New York that was traveling with me back to the ole "Sip" if you get my drift? 

(Mississippi, for those that don't) 

We were flying, as opposed to the Greyhound we took on the way UP THERE. 

And the first thing, of course, I did when moving out of my apartment was give, give, give. 

There was a lot of stuff we had bought (women seem to want to buy the whole damned store every time they shop!) that we hardly ever used - and we gave most of it away to (oddly enough up there in a little bitty town in NY State) to our Indian neighbors. 

Dude wouldn't take the beer though! 

So we had Miller Lite literally sitting in the garbage dumpster, hehe. 

"Sad day", as a friend Rueben said. 

Hey, I couldn't take those 30 packs on the plane, and I sure couldn't drink 'em all befor ethe flight either. 

It's funny though. 

I got a notice once from the management in that complex and a hefty FINE too for "disposing of a package" in the wrong dumpster or something. 

I think I got something delivered, didnt shred the damn package or what not as the rules were, or whatever. So long ago, I can't remember!

But it's funny. 

The Communist Republic of NY has it's own rules, but as you can tell (those on the list for a while) from the notices yours truly once received in China for - get this - dumping beer bottles in the TRASH CAN - Commie dictatorships are a kind unto themselves. 

Oddly enough the ladies (and guys) dumping dirty diapers and empty packs of "fags" right on TOP of the damn bin, they're too lazy to open the lid apparently didnt and doesnt' get censured though ... 

And of course, the great notices Bozo Schofield received for tossing beer "bottling" out of his 11th floor apartment and "bringing women of ill repute back home to lick you know what". 


(I wonder what those poor ladies though. Bozo was a kind even they probably never saw before, and a step "down" for even THOSE ladies!). 

But anyway ... 

So the pink dumbbells. 

I bought a set for the girlfriend during our 6 month stay in NY. 

Of course, she never used 'em even once. 

And they sat there, looking pretty. 

When we were overweight, they were the first things to get tossed out. 

Security said "put in your handbag" if you want. 

"Nah", I said. "We don't want 'em" ... 

The girlfriend started whining about "but those are my pink dumbbells" - and I didnt think that was the time and place to remind her how utterly USELESS They were, and how she had never USED Them int he first place. 

So off we went ... 

But it's funny. 

I remember other instances of being "overweight" on flights. 

One time I carried 45 kgs on a flight out of China to India (this was in 2005 I believe) - when the limit was 30. 

Gotta love Cathay, and the ferry terminals that either never check or say "they'll handle it in HK". 

Of course, Hong kong doesn't handle it either, being "they were supposedt o handle it in China". 

Ah, the travel tips. LOL. should I write a book on that too? 

(Actually, I've got some pretty good travelogues written, but I haven't put them in book format as yet. ) 

(laptop, and all that) 

But anyway ... another instance where I was overweight. 

And my jump ropes which weighed a bomb were the first to go, or so said the cute little gal behind the "Dragon Air" or whatever plane that was. 

No way! 

I tossed my clothes. 

It was winter, I believe then. 

And I tossed some heavy woolens etc. 

"This guy is NUTS", the girls were thinking as they giggled politely. 

That I AM!

But I didnt want to lose my weighted jump rope! 

And to me, thats really what shows if you're serious about training - whether you do it with equipment or not. 

When you're moving, you take special care to move your training stuff well. 

On flights etc , you toss OTHER things away if you need to. 

And, so on and so forth. 

I dont know if this makes sense to you on the list, but it does to me. 

Anyway, onto other things - Lumberjack Fitness (along with a cute little course on handstand pushups with variations I have NOT covered before) are the next two courses that will hot off the RahuL Mookerjee press. 

Once I get a computer that "stands the test of time", hehe. 

And in the former book, you'll have me telling about training with all the implements you can think of. 

Heavy stones. Heavy bags. Rocks. Bottles. Gada. Jori. Chains. And (no, Bozo Schofield, no "whips and chains" here sorry) ... 

And many more I will not detail for now. 

Be looking for that course in a few weeks for now. I dont have the sales page up as yet for pre-orders, but will soon. 

And be looking for the cutie course on handstands too. 

Hey, I might well name it that, hehe. 

And in the meantime, those of you looking to build brute strength like the above things imply - pick up Barnstormer Shoulders HERE

Or, some of my great books on pull-ups, and DEFINITELY These two - Pushup Central - and Jump Rope Mania - and Advanced Hill Training - And Animal Kingdom Workouts!

They're truly ALL must have products. 

Get to it NOW ,bro. 


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - For inspirational fitness recollections like this one - go here

PS #2 - If TRAVEL interests you, especially in the mighty Himalayas that I went to SO often back in the day, let me know, and I'll see what I can do! Not in the plans as of now I must admit, but I've got some many travelogues and tips and advice on that that I'm going to put it out in a book very soon! So much to do, so little time, hehe. 

Friday, 05 March 2021 05:28

Lumberjack fitness - and SHOULDERS!

I believe I wrote a lot before (well, over the past few days) about the James Hadley Chase book "Believe that, you'll believe anything?" 

In fact ,last night I had a re-read of it "just because I wanted to". 

I LOVE James Hadley Chase. 

I dont own all his books, but I want to - if I can ever find them in print! Not that easy apparently ...

Which of course, is a theme with my customers as well, many of them telling they want to own all of MY books - except for fitness and motivational reasons obviously. 

It truly is a roundabout!

Anyway, the "villain-cum-sort of good guy" in the story "Vidal" is a pygmy basically. 

Less than 5 feet tall, but he's built like an APE. 

MASSIVE barrel chest - and TREE trunk like legs - and though he's short, he's got a grip that would make most grown men cry Mama within seconds. 

Like mine, I'd say. Hehe. 

(Nah, that ain't an idle boast either for the "Doubting Thomases" out there - there is a reason I wrote Gorilla Grip and named it what I did - because it truly WILL give you that ape like GRIP you want). 

Anyway, Chase describes his shoulders as being "MASSIVE shoulders - the shoulders of a wrestler". 

And talks about "the man's brute strength and power" as well. 

And for good reason, as you'll find out if you read the book. Not easy to fight against a hurricane for one! 

But anyway, lumberjacks ... 

In the "Rambo" series, Stallone was asked how he chose his look for the fourth movie (which in my opinion is the best of the lot). 

The last one is ok, but they kinda overdid it on the gore, I thought. 

But IV "Rambo" is a CLASSIC in my opinion, and again one I saw in the theater. 

In the first movie, Stallone looks "in shape. 


Though he looks good, it's the unhealthiest he EVER was in his life (STallone admits as much himself). 

And the third "look" was "boobybuilder central" look - except he marketed it damn well, and Stallone can cary pretty much any look off, because he does it right. 

But anyway, when asked about IV, he said the following. 

"I wanted a big, lumber jack like look". 

And then he goes on to reveal the SECRET behind looking big even if you ain't naturally. 

(No, it isn't just training the back and legs for those of you that might be thinking - and YES, if you've been paying attention, I've TOLD you the secret in these emails). 

But anyway, I love his look in that movie. 

And lumberjack style training will get you in great shape and every movie worth it's salt has it in some way, shape or form .. 

Could be Rocky II

Ghayal (the Hindi movie). 

Or ... many others!

Rocky IV! 

Chopping wood outdoors will give you a physique most people would KILL for, and you'll build lumps of muscle so quickly you'll wonder "where they've been hiding". 

And this sort of thing WILL be on the book with training with implements. 

Along with medicine ball training, and a host of other equipment (the ab roller for one, and jump ropes of varying WEIGHTS too). 

And much, much more(yes, Gada and Jori too). 

That book will be MASSIVE indeed ... 

But anyway, if you want to build those barnstorming shoulders - like Doug Hepburn had? 

Well, I've got you covered in Barnstomer Shoulders. 

And if someone like Doug Hepburn puts his seal on the approval on the ONE exercise the course really "pimps" along with pull-ups - - then , my friend, you KNOW it's the real deal. 

Yes, ole Doug credits handstand pushups for his STRENGTH - and he did them all day long out there on the beach on a log while workin gas a lifeguard too !

Turning yourself upside down regularly is something I highly, highly advocate ... 

And the physical benefits are beyond belief. 

So if you're looking for a course to build shoulders like they look like they belong on an ape, or lumberjack, or combo therein, or WRASSLER - go HERE

And I'll be back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Pull-up COMPILATION along with the much vaunted FAQ section available HERE

Its already getting to be hot as heck in this here neck of the woods. 

I'm sitting here SWEATING, panting and the sweat pouring OFF, BRO!

I ain't had a sip ot water. 

I ain't taken my damn shoes off. 

I ain't done none of that. 

A lady next to me was saying "2 PM is too late". 

Like hell it is! 

She was referring to some maid or what not, I believe, but damn - thats a sign from the Universe to write to YOU and so I am. 

Now, I wrote to you about the INSPIRATIONAL recollection in China yesterday and oddly enough the same thing happeneed today in the park - exact same spot - exact same so hot that no-one was there, and the few there RAN away!

Deja VU!

I was talking goals to myself. 

The SONG was ringing in my MIND. 

"Rising up, hanging tough, staying hungry!" 

Mr T from Rocky IIII!!!!!!!

And I was focused on that stupendous goal of mine, doing pushups and PULL=ups - some of the toughest ever workouts from BAttletank Shoulders. 

These BOOKS were forged in the HEAT OF BATTLE - so much so that ordinary folks would RUN away. 

Only the ravens were there. 

This time, three of them as opposed to one flying high in the past. 

This time, THREE flew over me. 


And more birds flew as I returned home, my goals well and truly in THEIR minds too! 

The Raven was CROWING!

And in a good damn way. 

Anyway, there were two skinny whippersnappers out there looking at me from afar. 

One wanted to join the Gym. 

The other said the following. 

"come here, boy! I'll show you what a gym is!" 

He waited for me to finish my set of pull-ups. 

He walked over, did a set of 5 chin ups. PErfect form. 

Other dude shook his head. 

"I can't do that!" 

Then they moved over to the machiens. 

I walked up to the bar. Knocked out PULL-ups! 

Dude #1 looked at #2. 

"I can't do that!" 

And oft they went, hehe. 

And so it should be!

Train like a beast my friend. 

You and your goals. 

And you never know. 


(and once you reach the pinnacle KEEP hanging tough and staying hungry, or esle you'll go downhill. Been there, done that, and am GRATEFUL for the lesson tshirt)


Rahu Mookerjee

PS - Pick up the best damn compilation on pull-ups here. 

PS #2 - No, I ain't gonan spill the goals on my beans as yet, or is that the other way around? 


But really - like me - BRUTAL - and STUPENDOUS - watch this space for more, and ya ll will be the FIRST TO KNOW!!!!!!!!!


If there is one term you could use to describe me above all, my friend - it would be this. 




I say it like it IS, my friend. 

And I'v enever been shy about doing so, regardless of the consequences. 

In 2017, I remember my buddy and myself from the Marines drinking beer and having the conversation about whether the Trumpinator or myself was MORE brutally honest. 

"I gotta give to Trump", I laughed. "If there is ONE person walking the face of this planet who is MORE brutally honest than I am, it is him!" 

My friend winked back figuratively. 

"Not so fast, Rahul! It's by no means a foregone conclusion!" 

He was probably right. Hehe. 

All my life, I've been this way. 

Either hated or LOVED. 


Exteme way of living. 

"Extreme ways have helped me, have helped me every time!" 

"Extreme places 've been that never seen any LIGHT!" 

"Too many heartaches too many ... too many different things! YOu wouldnt even believe!" 

(The credit song for the Bourne Series. Kudos Matt Damon - for a dude who couldn't do a single pull-up when he started, and this was AFTER becoming famous - he knocked out 33 or so in a set for th eBoune series!). 

My own family - same thing, hehe. 

Most would rather steer away from me as far as possible. LOL. 

And thats OK! 

But anyway, that email gate saga, which you on this list no doubt remember. 

During a job in the Middle East my wife angrily shot off an email for some reason too irritating to explain here to the GM of HR. 

Nope, she didnt ask me before doing it. 

And of course the next day I got blamed for "why my wife sent it". 

They were all expecting me to say "sorry, I knew it, I'm sorry for letting it happen" 

Or, castigate my wife. 

But here's the thing. 

She was RIGHT in the reason she said it, if not the way she did it. 

So I stayed silent. Didnt say anything either way. 

As for #1? 

Interesting how it works. 

When I tell a woman to do something, the Nazi feminists scream bloody murder, and when I don't, I'm told to tell 'em. Hehe. 

can't win for losing!

Anyway, I told dude (he was overweight as heck by the way) how it was honestly. 

"Like dude, really. Yes, thats not the way to do things, but I truly had no idea!" 

I was grilled later on why I didnt' just tell the white lie. 

(curiously enough by a person who growing up once asked me "what I'd do if I supported someone (a cricketer - this was during the infamous Australia India "monkeygate" saga and a ball supposedly touching the ground or not) and didnt want to say they might have made a mistake (MIGHT)". 

(Would you stay silent, or would you just say he's right). 

(I chose the former option as a 13 year old). 

Because, as Charles Mitchell once famously said (one of my earliest and greatest customers, though they all are!) 

"That's not you!" 


That ain't me. I don't tell white lies for the most part, if at all. 

I could give a rats ass less about consequences - so long as IN MY HEART I know I'm doing the right thing and can (as Charles the friend told me) "sleep easy at night" - THAT is what counts to me - and the Universe, and everyone KNOWS IT. 

And it's interesting how things come full circle!

The latest review on Pushup Central from John Walker in the UK starts with the following. 

"Brutally effective". 

And he's damned right on that one. 

Go HERE now and read ther est of it - and dont just click - GET the damn course - and GET cranking on it, BRO! 

It's that damn good!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Another course I recommended to John was Jump Rope Mania! Pushups go great with jumping rope and vice versa. It was good enough for the greats, and still is, and this combo is good for YOU. Jump - literally - on this NOW and GET THE DAMN COURSE!

(All of you on this list, I mean. Really - that combo is WORTH IT!) 

PS #2 - Did my wife apologize? I'll let you guess, hehe. But guess who got blamed anyway. LOL.

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