Tuesday, 14 June 2022 07:37

When they called me a sandy nikka. Hehe.

I remember an incident back in the day when we were standing outside ... well, I believe the Math building in college. 

I believe we just got done with Calculus class, a class I used to ACE half - or totally drunk -much to the chargin and annoyance of those (majority of the class) that attempted it sober - and flunked, or got D's or what not. 

I still remember chugging the Beast Ice before the exam, I still remember a certain Dr K telling me not to take Mickey Mouse classes, and we were standing outside talking about something - Vincent, he of the Italian pizza, hehe (interesting how all the people I know named Vincent, including a good friend of mine - ex Marine - are either Scots or Italians by descent, and they ALL love pizza like ME, hehe) (and beer too!) - Bruce - and myself. 

"Sand Nigger", went Vincent, chortling when asked "about names for me" or something. 

That floored me - for an instant. 

I wasn't offended. 

Well, for an instant I THOUGHT about being mildly offended. I tried. REally. 

"But he's not racist", went Bruce, with one of his smiles. 

I couldn't help but chortle either! Hehe.   (I'm chortling now thinking of PC fools saying "just because he has a friend of a different origin doesnt mean he's not racist. True, Schofield uses that excuse all the time, you fools, but not everyone is Schofield - though most PC sorts are somewhat tolerant of his ilk).

Today, if that same thing had been said to me - I'd ask him for more such names. Hehe. 

He's a good friend till this date, and that was all fun and games to us - not to most I suspect, and I'm posting this here precisely so some PC idiots get pissed off. Hehe. 

Anyway, this here sandy nikka... 

And sand, and mud, and so forth. 

The Bozo used to troll me and still does with that name. I love it, he doesnt so much anymore. LOL. 

But they both have interesting properties!

The ancient Indian wrestlers for one did Hindu squats in the "akharas" - the mud pits where as I teach you in the 0 Excuses Fitness System, their fingers scraped the ground as they went down - all the way down - no puns - on EACH repetition. 

EACH - no exceptions!

And when you do it you'll know what I mean. 

And they scraped up mud - supposedly holy the akhara mud is in the Hindu religion if I have it right - and slapped mudfuls on their chests - burly and muscular - with each rep. 

Quite a good massage too that! (self massage). 

And great recovery for sore chests - not to mention the theraupetic properties mud and sand have. 

Now I teach you to do the squats somewhat differently, as you guys know. 

But you can do it that way too, and in the future I'll have videos of yours truly Gorilla slapping his chest with each rep. Hehe. It will be in Squat 101 too!

But for now, why do I bring this here dispatch to you? 

Well, because of this simply - sand and mud - and WATER - are GREAT great tools for workouts!

Brooks Kubik once back in the day had THIS to tell me when I told him about the workouts I did lugging huge bottles of water up in each hand to my fourth floor apartment (ala the Chinese middle aged "tiny pocket dynamos" who did it!) ... 

"Fill them up with sand when it gets harder!" 

And he was right. 

Not only that, you dont need sandbags - or beer kegs filled with sand for a great, great workout - although that heavy to move weight is TOUGH as heck - believe me, it's one thing to lift a heavy dumbbell that you can at least grip, its quite another to lift up a massive moving ODD shaped object (Lumberjack Lodestone Fitness!). 

ANIMAL movements can be done in these too - and EVERY bear crawl, every duck waddle, EVERY sprint - will be made much harder if you're doing it on sand - or in mud - or in water!

My wife when she was a kid was put through her paces in the FIELDS by her father. Hehe. Every morning at 5AM sharp. 

I put myself through the paces at 530 sharp on the hill. 

And Animal Kingdom Workouts while offering you flexibility on the when and where does NOT allow you any flexibility in terms of putting you through your PACES, period, bro (or sis). (or in between). 

Grab this award winning book now, and start to whip yourself into the best shape of your life - either on flat land or otherwise!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Readers of this book (buyers) heads up - in the future we'll have special dispatches, but only on the website for YOUR EYES - NOT for the public. So, grab this book NOW if you have not already. 

Thursday, 09 June 2022 09:57

I drink COPIOUS amounts of this.

Or, the "third thing" I drink copious amounts of, I should say, something Glyn Bozo trolled me endlessly on for some strange reason (his "blowing them on a hockey field" fetish having somehting to do with it, ugh)... 

One of them is the magic drink I talk about in the Simple and Effective Diet, and 0 Excuses Fitness (the former complimentary with a digital purchase of the latter) - Brooks Kubik mentioned it once when he mentioned me in his news letter, and a lot of YOU guys know what it is. 

Second, of course, the almighty Stella Artios, Snow, TsingTao, Kingfisher, or BEAST ice, hehe. Beer, in other words - chilled beer!

Few things better than chilled beer on a HOT summer day. Trust me on this one, even if you're not a beer lover!

But there ARE two other things that come close, both of which I'm not sure I mentioned in Dish Delicious, but I'm pretty sure the first shows up in some way, shape or form. 

And I drink tons of the first any time and every time I get the chance to. 

Easy to make at home too!

One being BUTTERMILK - the first - chilled and spiced, or simply plain - one of the healthiest and most refreshing drinks out there, and very easy to make if you know who even for a cooking neophyte like yours truly. 

Two being SUGARCANE juice - the REAL stuff - SWEET stuff - yes, REAL sweet stuff, not sugar as I tell you to stay away from, period, in the Simple and Effective Diet

And third ... well, watermelon juice, and watermelons in general. 

All of these do many things, including, but not limited to - 

Keep you hydrated (no replacement for water tho, but they do a damn fine job of keeping you hydrated). 

They keep you REFRESHED. 

Instant pick me up after a workout (like I just got done with). 

Instant NOURISHMENT - healthy stuff, all of it, and especially buttermilk if done right can be a meal unto itself. 

Resolve stomach issues, liver problems and such if you drink ENOUGH of it regularly. 

All the vitamins, minerals, potassium, magnesium, or what not you need in one sitting ... 

and much more!

It's called "lassi" in India, buttermilk - and in China, well, watermelon is more common and popular but the chinese would LOVE butter milk if I introduced it to them. 

Like the coffee I introduced to them, which they loved, milk tea, and so forth!

Maybe I will someday. 

For now though, the Chinese have shown great interest in the book Dish Delicious - from both a reader - customer - and a TRANSLATOR standpoint. 

My, my, my!

More on that later, if YOU the reader are interested, grab the book NOW. 

And more on those drinks later, for now, just remember they're some of the best things you can put in your body - period. 

Back soon!

Oh, and remember, just nutrition dont rock the boat.

Exercise is king, nutritition is queen, together, emphasis on TOGETHER - they make a kingdom. 

Not me, Jack la Lanne. 

Or a "kinkdom" in the Middle kingdom. Hehe. 

But really, no easy way out - they go TOGETHER! 

And here is where you can get the best damn fitness system ever. 


Rahul Mookerjee

There isn't anything necessarily wrong with being on the other side of the spectrum either. The vast majority of the people in the world are just that, followers!

Hey, takes all types. And leaders would have no-one to lead without the followers. 

Where would 0 Excuses be without the famous Ship for that matter. hehe. 

(but it's true - no kidding there!). 

Without a bunch of devoted, almost fanatical followers who will buy what you have to sell, who will promote you for free, even without trying to, give you glowing testimonials, hang on to your every word - well, all of that might sound a bit "cultish" and dictatorial or "fealty" to you. 

Truth being told? 

All successful businesses have droves of these people with them. 

And all successfull businesses know how to sell to them. 

It's funny, these days I keep reading about how "Trump doesnt own MAGA", or how GOP Primary Elections: Results Show Trump's MAGA Movement Isn't All About Him - Bloomberg  - "it isn't all about Trump", and Trump isn't God, or so forth. 

Funny part is they're marketing him without even trying to or wanting to. Hilarious!

I had to restrict myself to this on Twitter... 

People truly GET it so LATE. Hehe. Thats why leaders remain leaders, and followers remain followers. Obviously he doesnt own the "brand", he said it like it is, exploited feeling like any canny marketer, myself most def. included should - all there is to it!

I can just hear ole Donald cackling away with that canny look ... 


Trump never claimed to be God, or even believe in it. (or "him", or "her", or the concept). 

Trump, I suspect would agree with me on Universal Energy and not believing in the concept of God. 

And I dont know anywhere where he said he "owned" Maga, or trademarked it or what not... 

It is simply people looking to profit off his name and popularity- which I always predicted would "vain" (hehe) to a degree given he was removed from Twitter (unfairly) - but more importantly  - well, people have short memories. 

If you were to ask him, and indeed, someone DID ask him - what if you dont win (in 2020). 

Touchy subject I know that with the Trumpinator... but he simply replied "ok, so I'll do something else". 

Which is what I'd expect from Trump i.e. an honest straight answer, and he gave it, and he's doing just that now i.e. 
something else. 

I've predicted for years the base would move on - it was common sense, no-one believed me. 

Certain people like a certain Ricky still think "No-one can pull a crowd like Trump does!" 

Not true, my friend. 

Ron De Santis is one that can. 

And if he were to do it, my man for the next Presidency, Mike Pompeo could probably pull the biggest group of them all that truly matter - the rational right. 

And I dont mean the rabid sort either... 


We attract as we are, my friend. This holds true no matter what. 

Anyway ......... 

Ive predicted so many things years in advance (such as the major war fixing to happen which people still laugh at me when I mention it as if it "can't happen to them" except now it's a laugh which speaks "I wish I could avoid it, but I can't, so might as well pretend it doesnt exist" - nah, newsflash, folks sticking your head in the sand aint how its done - unless your Bozo "Cuck in London" Schofield (he's got pictures of himself trying to touch his fat little toes on Twitter, to show his "you know what". Ugh!) -- - things which people laugh at, say could never happen, yet, down the line they do. 

Things that are basic common sense to me - spur of the moment - take people light years to even begin to grasp. 

And that, my friend - if you've been paying attention is how you spot a leader in any field who cannot be kept down for long, and Trump remains one of them. 

Yours truly does too, of course, I'm sure someday you'll have people complaining "hes not the God of pushups". 

Or isometrics. 

Or pull-ups. 

Or what not/ 


I never claimed to, and am ultra - pun intended - liberal - in terms of giving credit, I probably give more than it's due, but whatever. 

As Marc, the African Silverback Gorilla once said... 

It comes back to me!

True dat, friend. We all get on the roundabout (Michael!). 

Speaking of which that silly thing they've got going on about how guns should be restricted - glad to see that fail today! 

And what goes around comes around, so yeah, I'm sure I'll have people at some point telling me that, and then I'll direct them to THIS post. 

Alrighy, enough tom tomming for now. 

Get your hands on the 0 Excuses Fitness System NOW - truly makes leaders out of men (and women). 

In all ways possible!


Rahul Mookerjee

Wednesday, 01 June 2022 06:10

The good ole V.C.R . . .

It's funny, these conversations we have in our head - often turn out to be exactly that in real life!

I was telling my friend - or, talking to him, rather about everything going on - global politics, and what not - and how strangely enough or maybe not, during the War of Bangladesh, it was the US that sent in a battleship to intimidate the Indians and "stop" them from "liberating" Bangladesh (because of the the pro Pakistan US stance) - and how the Soviets tailed it wth their subs instantly, and how it became just another showdown between the two superpowers at the time ... 

(Kennedy didnt much like India though, I believe, hehe). 

... How India after independence in my opinion - staunch and unwavering started off on the wrong foot by being hopelessly pro Soviet (Nehru I believe was a great poet, but a piss poor leader, as for Gandhi, my opinion of him is very well known - I dont think for one minute he was the man responsible for Indian independence as is commonly claimed, it was the guys who DID - who actually FOUGHT - that were responsible, not Gandhi who even in prison had a nice lifestyle at the time and ...) ... but anyway, how India made a lot of mistakes, numero uno, or one of them being literally making a gift of TIbet to China, refusing the chance to join the UN security council and so forth "let China do it" - "Hindi Chini Bhai Bhai" nonsense (the Indians and Chinese are brothers, yeah, in poetic la la land, thats a great utopian concept, real life works differently) - and how if India had been more pro West at the time (Though given India just got its independece from a Western power, thats understandable!) - India would be, economically at least, most likely in a far better position than now, and many other things. 

I remembered an argument I had with my good friend Vincent about this one 

I was talking to him about how the guys that really DID in India i.e. that FOUGHT against the colonial Brits - how they had to literally flee to Germany to seek help - NOt because they were Nazis, or pro Nazis, but "your enemy's enemy is myf riend" - and oddly enough to Russia as well (USSR then) to seek help, neither country really gave any sort of help but they did some covert things behnd the scenese, allowed these guys to get private militias together and so forth - and how my friend then said I could never support that. 

Which I guess from his standpoint, he's right. 

I get it. 

But you do what you gotta do, from an Indian standpoint back then, these guys did what they have to, if they didnt, the country would never have gotten its independence, period. 

Whether or not thats a good thing or bad is debatable for SOME people (some people make this argument about look at Hong Kong under the Brits, their economy and such - but a tiny city and a huge country - different!) , for me, I'd rather my independence as yall know! 

But anyway - - they've made some pretty good Bollywood movies as of late on all of this, all remembering the old days when things were real. HA!

And I was telling someone "there's really no Bollywood crap song and dance etc there, you can fast forward past the one song or so in it" ... 

Fast forward? 

Now it's pretty much "drag the slider". Heh.

I caught myself in the nick of time, then remembered the good ole days when we had VCR's - do yall even remember those days. Hehe. 

We used to pop the cassettes in and either (in my case) record WWE (F) back then Monday Night RAW! (is WAR!) because i had to work that night, or even younger than that, the weekend movie would be delivered by "Star Videos" next to our house, hehe, and we'd all watch it together as a family... 

I believe I still got ONE DVD player lying around somewhere, the other I gave away brand new (even DVD players are hardly used these days!). 

Anyway .......

Interesting memory that. 

I dont know why I felt compelled to share it, but when I did 0 Excuses Fitness, when I Started, MOST people, even those that were and are KNOWN superstars in fitness - did NOT - I repeat, NOT have ebooks or products out on the scale I do. 

To me, I saw it coming, and I built the entire site based upon the "e concept". 

Download - and enjoy - and have access to it via your account. 

And of course, for the dinosaurs out there like you and I (that word is copyright the great Brooks Kubik, hehe) - we have paperbacks and hardcovers. 

One of those SHOULD be delivered to my daughter today, Mystery of the haunted school or whatever it was she ordered from Amazon (seems she does most of the ordering even at 8 years of age, lol). 

Anyway - fitness wise, dino way is the best way to go. 

Tried, tested, just flat out works, as you see the world "go back to the old days" more and more, remember some of us that never moved forward in some regards. Hehe. 


Grab the System and the 5 great videos here

And leave a review!


Rahul Mookerjee

Last night, I had an interesting conversation with the daughter, whose truly growing up to be, despite a couple of other "best efforts" - "little Rahul". Hehe. 

Chip off the old block as John Walker rightly said! 

In that conversation she referred to my wife (her mom) as "Class dene wali". 

For a minute this floored me, though I understood the Hindi. 

It basically, in Hindi, when you say someone "class deti hai" or "deta hai" means - he's taking the piss out of you - or giving you a dress down - or whatever terminology you choose to use - I choose to use the good old fashioned British term "lecturing". Hehe. 

Except, her Hindi is not that good - neither is mine, hers is a little lower on the totem pole, but hey - she's learning Spanish (of course my family wanted her to learn french - go figure huh - one of the most USELESS places to be in my opinion, I would never learn French! - and since I couldn't tell her directly - I used the old mind and got her to do Spanish, which is USEFUL and a damn practical language to learn, and she is! She's doing great at it too) . . . anyway, in Hindi it's "class leti hai", I told her, laughing. 

Then I asked her who this nickname was for, though I had a pretty good idea. 

"Mommy", she giggled back. "Always yelling away!" 

Hey, I get it. My wife over the past few years is like an air raid siren, like a Russian warplane booming in to tear everything to smithreens, just ... I dont know, the typical Nazi feminist "yelling all day long for no real reason". Ugh. 

And in the case of the daughter, always "giving her classes". Hehe. 

Which hey, I dont get away scot free either, I remember asking her how her (my daughter's) swimming classes were going (since I'm not there) - and she replied "fine", and wouldnt give me more details because "Dad gives me too many annoying tips on how to swim, how to do this, do that!". 


That I do!

But we'll get to all that ... 

I then asked her "if Mommy is that, what is your Granny" .

"Lecture deni wali", she giggled back. 

In Dysfunction Central, which is essentially the "family" my daughter is in - there are two levels of escalation - one, the wife - two, the "grandmother" - and given the prattle and incessant DRONE emanating from these two all day long (utterly useless and impractical, most of it, if not all) - I dont blame the daughter for the nicknames. Hehe. 

(apparently Granny's lectures are even worse than Mommy's - the prattle and "drone" even longer, which I sort of agree with, with my wife it's mostly emotional BS (which dont get me wrong, that plays into the Nazi feminism big time), once you get past that, she's quite alright, with my Mom, it's true Nazi feminism Central). (been that way all her life).

yours truly got one too. 

"What is Dad" I laughed back. 

"You're the green tea dene wala!" she responded. 

Or riposted... 

i.e. I'm the green tea supplier. 

Hey, I'll live with that. 

I got my daughter started on green tea at the age of six months. Hehe. I still remember her "bottoms up" with a green tea glass as if it was beer - LOL - tilting the head back and drinking it all up at one shot - like I do with my beer - classic!

I love my little girl. The only bright spot in my entire so called family! 

Anyway - I even named the business after her - so I'll live with the nickname. I like it, actually!

(I'm also the guy who makes it for her, fills up her glasses etc. Hehe). 

Much like I like the Mr Handstand pushup, Ironman, and some other monikers I've been called. 

Much like I LOVE the rather uncomplimentary names I've been called, that list has "swollen" to over 2000 now ... 

(there's a lot of "puns" - intended or not - in this here email you might think, but please - none applicable). 

Anyway, great minds think alike. 

On that note, nicknames? 

I remember a colleague in 2007 (in India) once calling me Rambo for my grip early in the morning. 

"Feels like shaking hands with Rambo!" he went. 

Another guy went as such "It feels good to shake hands with him, it feels like shaking hands with a MAN!" 

LOL - I'll always remember those comments!

Anyway - where was I - ah yes, great minds, and as a subscriber on this list Ben wrote back with an email titled "nicknames", I knew I had to write to YOU about it!

He's been called "Big Ben" , "Thor" , and Tarzan amongst others - as well as "Von" something (a nice German sounding name, hehe - and given him imposing bulk, the "Von Bulk" fits him to a T!). 

I'll take my Da Xing Xing moniker. Hehe. (i.e. Gorilla in Chinese). 


Frivolites aside, I was chatting with Ben the other day - actually, last night - oh, by the way, I finally managed to get WeShat to unblock my ID, turns out it was a problem at my end, apparently the VPN or what not wouldn't let me access their link or whatever. So , not the end of an era there apparently! 

Now, I've written to you about how Ben has pre-existing injuries - nasty ones - how he broke both his legs back in the day, had to have steel rods inserted in them - and so forth. 

Yet, he does, and does DAILY. 

His form on squats was what I noticed first, and as I wrote about before, that was BEFORE I knew the extent of his injuries, given what he is working with, he's got plenty of leeway on form - which truth be told his form isnt that bad, he just can't go all the way down in terms of squats. 

Which is fine. 


I've - and he has too - seen perfectly healthy guys muck it up WAY WORSE. 

Personally, I feel most people can and should do squats - their entire life. 

And in proper FORM!

But yeah, if you've truly got pre-existing injuries such as implants which (ouch!) dont let you go all the way down in squats, then you do what you have to - you improvise, adapt, and OVERCOME!

That is what Ben has done. 

(a true DOER). 

And he doesnt prefer squats so much these days as he does other exercises - his favorites? 

The Animal Kingdom Workouts style of training/conditioning - and hey - Tarzan - or Big Ben - what have you - I dont blame you, bro. 

Thats another one of the most brutally effective training programs out there - martial artists for one use those sort of training regimens all the time, and there's entire FIGHTING techniques built upon that sort of thing as well. 

If you've seen Bloodsport, and the guy from Africa jumping around in a squat, you'll know what I mean. 

Thats monkey style martial arts...

But anyway, if you can't do squats, alternatives? 

To me the squat and pushup reign supreme, period. 

There is in my opinion NO alternative to heavy duty high rep squats - NOTHING, I repeat, NOTHING - gives you the core and mental work - and the fat blasting effect you get from squats done in high reps. 

The motion "ass to grass" cannot be replicated as well by any other movement. 

There is a reaon the Gama did these daily without fail. 

Ole Steve Austin once said "if you only have time for one exercise, squat. I dont care what else you're doing - if you squat heavy, you'll grow!"

And that truly is the bottom line Steve-o. Hehe. 

He's right tho. Look at what Matt Furey said in Combat Conditioning about "if you're not doing squats, you're not really doing combat conditionng". 

He's right. 

But again, alternatives? 

Frog walks for one are brutal - frog JUMPS - ultra so!

I often do these between sets of squats and jumping rope. 

Then you have Ben's favorite step ups - which many great athletes have used over the ages as well. 

Then, "box jumps" - where you put a box - or small sitting table or whatever in front of you- and just JUMP up and over it - and back again. 

GREAT workout, although not one I'd recommend for everyone. 

Then, another one I have not spoken about a lot - but will be there in Advanced Plyometrics - lunges done in a plyometric manner. 

These REALLY make you sore!

Last, the "knees to chest" movements I keep talking about in Corrugated Core .. 

Lots of alternatives, all pretty brutal - but none replaces the almighty squat in my opinion, much like what I wrote about yesterday in terms of pull-ups - nothing really replaces the good old fashioned PULL-UP - with palms pointing OUT. 

Anyway - thats the ramble for now. 

Hope you enjoyed it. 

Trust you did. 


I'll be back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Pick up the 0 Excuses Fitness System HERE.  

PS #2 - Bloodsport was a great movie! Ole Donald himself loves it, he once told his son, I believe then 13 to "skip past the rest of the movie" and get straight to the fight scenes. 

I dont blame him. Hehe. That is what I watch all the time myself!  (and the (in)famous Van Damme "I") 

(true, Bloodsport isn't real life fighting as in you dont just stand around and wait to be kicked, haha - true, it was more of a Van Damme showpiece than anything else, but Van Damme himself is an accomplished kickboxer for one, and the movie, well, it just worked on so many levels, especially Bolo Yeung, just CLASSIC!)

(y'all should see ole Iron Mike going at in in the IP man series. Fists vs martial arts, hehe. And I'll take the fists ANYDAY in real life!). 

Wednesday, 18 May 2022 05:50

Communiction rules the nation.

Period, no puns intended whatsoever. 

I once watched a Bollywood tale “Munna Bhai MBBS” about a small time hoodlum with a huge heart who hides the fact he’s a hoodlum from his family (shows them he’s a doc) – then when they take him to get married ie. to check out the girl first (he really does NOT want to get married, he even tells the girl on the phone to “reject him”, period!) – he gets found out.

His Dad gets upset, leaves, long pot boiler type story there – but the gist is this – girls Dad is the Dean at a medical college, hoodlum makes up his mind to not just join the college by hook or by crook, but also to marry his daughter, no matter how!

Dean’s daughter studies at the same college, but guy’s never seen the girl before. Hehe. So she says she’s “someone else” when they meet.

He never knows it.

Along the line, the girl he “wants to marry” i.e Dean’s daughter is “shown to him” – by another girl impersonating a slutty girl, and when he finds out the girl he thought was “so nice” – is actually the opposite, he drops all thoughts of marriage, but in the meantime, he’s been talking to that “other girl”!

And discovers he has fallen in love with her.

She initially doesnt respond, but later finds out she falls in love with him too!

That’s a Bollywood tale that came to mind.

But it holds true, I’ve seen it happen SO Often …

For relationships, in my case -so many times - not just relationships, business, life, everyuthing. 

HONEST And open communication is KEY - my friend, and the barrage of testimonials I'm getting for my other writing business all hinge on this - "I love your brutally honest writing, its the most important thing for a writer!". 

And it is - and in life as well. 

Some of those people aren't even into the sex, kinks, etc that I mention in those books - they "just like to read them" - just like a certain Panourgias once said about my fitness books, i.e. "even if I'm not into fitness, I still like just reading them!"

That is indeed the highest compliment, or one of them any writer can be "paid"! 

Anyway same thing with the lady Celene I mentioned in the last email on videos. Oddly enough, or maybe not, she got back this morning to an email I sent her with a cute little video - not email - though she's smart - she followed up with an email and links later (she knows how I hate video, so "just in case he doesnt see the video"). 

And THAT - along with her lovely smile, of course (hey, that doesnt hurt) - the giggles - the shyness and nervousness of doing something "in the flow" - and of course, the fact she was smart enough to make it a small video, include a proper "teaser" and so forth and most of all, deal cutter - she included LINKS so I could read if I wanted to - all great from a customer service standpoint, but also a "deal with cranky Rahul" standpoint! - made me do something I NEVER do in the early AM, period. 

Watch a video. 

And if I do it, I ... 

Well, let me paste part of what I told her!

As you likely have already guessed I dont watch videos, hehe - and if I do, I usually very impatiently scroll past most of it to find the "meat and potatoes" of the video - most videos have too much "unnecessary talking" going on if you get my drift, and I find it much quicker to read rather than "watch" - but I watched your entire video - well made!

What I loved most about your video? The "on the spur of the moment" vibe - you likely "just decided to create a video" and send it over, and thats great - thank you so much! :)

Obviously I also read the article you sent in the other email. Hehe. I'll let you guess (without checking metrics, stats etc) whether I read the article first, or watched (the entire) video you sent first. ;-)

Yes, I know you're the customer service manager (Director) - and you are definitely customer centric - I can tell! A far cry from my own cranky "bear" self where it's about all I can do to turn on the laptop in the mornings, hehe.

(just kidding, but it's true - you're good at making videos!!)

(I guess and am sure I could be too, I just prefer email more, hehe - so that is what I focus upon).


Thats part of it. 

I left out the "lovely smile" part I sent her in different lest y'all reading this burst into tears. Hehehe. 

But she got me to do it, eh. 


And kudos to her, not many can lay claim to "gettng me to do something I dont want to and happily at that". 

She's one of a select bunch, truly. Kinda like Gorilla Girl Sophia.Hehe. 

Anyway .......... 

point being? 

Communication RULES THE nation, period. 

And it dont need to be a certain type either. 

I focus on writing and email because I'm best at that, and because, well, I like it the most - the second part being key. If I wanted to, I could be a master video guy too, but I dont like it, I feel it's superflous at the end of the day unless absolutely required, in which case I'll do a darn fine job i.e. the 0 Excuses Fitness videos

It can be via video. It can be via phone. Choose your medium! 

Point being, DO it. 

And do it with an open heart, do it well. 

Lots of you dont like writing in, but I know you have plenty to say - to me, or in general! 

Use THIS link to do it if you dont feel like exercising those fingers... 

And thats that for now. Back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Do exercise the fingers the way I tell you in Pushup Central though, hehe. Some of the best exercises and workouts you can do - PERIOD!!!!!!!!!!!

Randall, a guy who I initially qualified as a cross between a doer and a complainer - someone that eventually does after complaining up a storm - someone that postpones the nigh inevtiable - and someone that eventually as I predicted (yet again!) correctly from the get go in terms of his hesitance to pay what he owed, how he'd pay (I still remember the hissy fit he threw when I asked him to pay bank transfer associated fees "why should I pay!!") (even tho it was a few bucks here and there!)) - I mean, it's one thing to want to save a buck, I get it, but at least do it nicely like "Percie" did. Hehe. I still remember him standing in line at a Dollar Store, Emily behind him, chortling - as was the black girl who he asked for a couple of dimes back, hehe. 

"This old white dude is nuts" I could almost hear her saying. 

But I loved him! Great guy, hehe. Emily, I dont know, more embarassed than anything. I still remember her "Dad's..........!" 

Anyway, Randall - eventually he turned into, always was, I guess, one of these guys who complained about "it should include everything!" 

Which was inexplicable to me - I built a website for him, clearly laid out terms, conditions and expectations on BOTH ends (no pun) - as I always do. 

Ya'll know me

Fair, upfront - and very brutally honest. 

Yet he threw a hissy and complained anyway (when he had to pay what he owed me). 

"Your deal are too complicated! There's layers upon layers in every agreement!" 

admittedly there are, if it's a business agreement, more so. 

Thats life, pally. 

Thats called SMART BUSINESS and not letting yourself be screwed over. 

Hey, no-one forced you to agree did they? 

And while I was always this way naturally, clients in the past and their own style of complex communication (which when you break it down really is logical and simple with a story between it, or in front of it) - have also influenced my thought/writing/decision making process. 

I think out several times into the future - either consciously or not, mostly the latter. 

And my style of writing?

I keep it simple, yet, some sentences run to a paragraph length - like the first in this email. 

Thats how it is, pally. 

Some have several brackets. 

So to someone who asks me something I might say ...

... as I said about the 0 Excuses Fitness Ship (which you might or might know about (since you dont get the chance to read all my emails(which is perfectly fine - no problems there!!))) ... 


Did I close the parantheses properly, hehe. 

Probably a throwback too from my programming days when C++ nested if loops looked like this

(simple ones) 

if x=y

then do this 

else do 

    but if a=b

        & if b=c

             then do this


               do this 

else if ... 

You get the drift. 


And they ALL have their associated paranthesis, miss one, the compiler goes haywire. 

I still remember a certain Rueben going red in the face after "Rahul done messed my program up" (I was trying to help him. Hehe. But I finally told him, lets go drink beer, call it a day, we'll come back tomorrow, in all that, with his getting pissed off, some bracket appeared out of nowhere, boom went the whole thing). 

As Jyoti, a girl I once knew said. 

With programming, that ONE little thing .. makes all the difference. 

(as I said the other day, those little things make all the difference eh). 

Or, as General Michael knows, Dongguan Expat was once down because in ALL Those php files, which I debugged at work, hehe - there was nothing wrong except one mysterious { that showed up int he middle of nowheresville. Hehe. 

Damn tediious to fix, except I got it - less than a minute. Not even bragging. 

Now, where am I going with all this ? 

That it's all LOGICAL at the end of the day. 

And given the reluctance of most to read, think, analyze - and then talk or write, given I do it SO MUCH i.e. the writing part that its second nature for me, and my brain therefore functions (And so will YOURS if you do what I do) at a much more logical and analytical level than most - not to mention quicker (I still remember JOhn Walker once telling me "mate, I forgot how fast your brain must work, in the time it took me to send you ONE reply, you sent me FIVE emails!)) ... 

(he was talking about Fast and Furious Fitness - the Collector's Edition) ... 

But end of the day, if you read it - it's logical. 

It's fair. 

It ensures neither party gets screwed over. 

Thats how it should be as well. 

And more... 

Anyway ............. where I'm going with all this? 

That if you're not the writing sort, well, free to send me your testimonials via THIS link here. 


Or, anything else you might choose. 

Workout wise, send it in here too! 

Anything you want, just keep it PG rated. Hehe. I had to say that, lots of Bozos be sniffing. Though I've asked Celena for the auto censor thing, doubt they have it built in (which is fine, just sayin!).

And if you're the video sort, well, remember FIVE great videos with the 0 Excuses Fitness System! 

Otherwise, I still recommend using the link in the emails you get with your purchase to review, as those are easier to process, your words go up on the site UNFILTERED - and a 10% discount code goes out to you for your next purchase automatically and instantly (if it doesnt, let me know). 

But these videos will go up that way too eventually.

Ok, thats it from me. 

Back soon.


Rahul Mookerjee

I almost put the term "Ma'am" in there. Hehe. 

But she's damn good at what she does!

And she, my friends, has finally got me to do something which I would probably never have done despite signing up for - a VIDEO platform (she works there) which basically is a video marketing tool etc that you sign up for, people send you videos, and so forth. 

I'm still not sure how they make a buck off it, probably signups and all that. 

But she's been egging me on to send the "request video" link to "my list". 

I wanted to do it which is why I signed up for their service in the first place, but ... 

... ya'll know how much I do NOT like videos. Hehe. 

I dont know, I'm old fashioned that way, I hate video calls more than most other things - and so forth. 

Same thing for vidoes, athough I made a half hearted attempt to get on Youtube last year, I stopped doing it, I just didnt enjoy it much. 

Nothing against if you like it, but some of us (like Ben Settle, who recently stopped doing videos too - just AUDIO podcasts now) prefer to "remain cloaked in darkness": - and let our work and writing do the talking. 

It seems to do so pretty well too. 

But anyway - women can be really smart at times!

Yes, considering what I've written in the past and NO, I do NOT take any of that back - all warranted - that might come across as strange, but y'all know me, I'm fair above all. 

And man, woman, or in between, if they get it, they get it. Period. (no pun).

She does. 

She's been "badgering" me - except so nicely it seems like a friend talking to you (kinda like my emails pestering you to buy, buy, buy - except I do it so obviously and nicely that you can't resist and you dont get pissed off by it, heh). 

And she's been relentless. Like me. 

And she doesnt let up. Like me. 

And she knows, like I do, that staying in touch is key - and the more you ask, the more you'll get. 

Which is true!

Repetition of the same chant, the same incantations, the same affirmations leads to BELIEF, once that belief becomes a deep seated conviction, things begin to HAPPEN!

And it finally did, Celena "Ma'am" - if I might say so. 

Hey, she's god - good, lol - at what she does!

I dont know if it's natural, but I bet it is. (again, sorta like me). 

Which is why I like the lady, which is why I'm sharing this video link to YOU Guys - here it is - https://sendspark.com/request/Rolls-Royce-Publications-Incorporated/d4rwjmq7mlnz7b1ckdlx92xxplt931b0

Use it. 

Upload some of your training videos, send 'em to me via that link, and I'll put you on the DOERS page which isnt up as yet, but will be shortly once we get a substantial amount of "contributions" to put on there. 

I'm still not sure which site to put it on - Rolls Royce Publications got a new site yesterday, my other hosting account where another site is due wont let me login (ugh), and then we have this site, and of course 0 Excuses Fitness

I suspect I'll fit it in the latter. We'll see! 

But send 'em- hey - if nothing else, to see what else Celena can relentlessly ask me. 

But really, she does it in such a nice manner - it isn't even nagging. But she does it anyway - she keeps asking!

And, as I told her today ... hehe. 

Hi Celena,

Thanks for your email (again!). I’m so glad you got a “positive vibe” coming off my words, that is always my intention when writing to someone, business or not (or “communicating with anyone”, I should say).

Unfortunately I have been remiss in that I still have not found a good way to “broach” the video issue to a lot of my list -they’re always “on” social media etc, but more the silent majority that just “silently reads” etc, so it’ll take some doing to get them to send me videos. Hehe.

I’ll get it done eventually tho. That “silent majority” is ultimately what converts the bank tho, as I’m sure you know! 

Thanks again for your emails on this one and for “keeping this at the front of my mind” (in a nice way, haha) – much appreciated!

Most ladies are pretty good at "reminding" - I am being polite. Hehe. 

but, she's good at doing it smartly. 

Hats off Ma'am - lets see who sends us what! 


 Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Everyone featured on the DOERS page gets a $50 discount coupon - flat discount. So hurry, get your videos in, this page is LONG overdue.

PS #2 - That link I sent above can be used to send me video TESTIOMONIALS as well - now THAT I'm sure most of you dont mind doing! So lets get to it. 


"Thats just brilliant!"  

I can still hear it, I've heard it so many times - even grudgingly from those that truly hate me and my guts (more my guts, hehe) the most. 

"You're an extremely intelligent person!" they'll yell like banshees (I remember a certain time when ... ah, but lets not go there for now). 


Admittedly I use my brain in the right manner, which is more than what most people do, but I truly believe if we all tune in the right way (hint - simply writing out sheets of paper by hand because the Guru on Youtube told you do it aint the right way necessarily) - then we're ALL brilliant. 

In our own ways, we all can be, pity that most people dont tune in and GET it. 

But my brilliant ideas, which "come from the ether" is the best way I can put it, much like Edison once said - aren't the only reasons for my success at life, business, even women. 

It boils down to much more. 

Brilliance is one thing, but as Bret the Hitman Hart would know "excellence of execution" is EVERYTHING. 

Hart probably still remembers the times Owen and he trained with Stew Hart in their familys basement for years - starting when they were little kids. 

The yells of pain would reverbrate through the entire house as Dad taught them how to wrestle - real wrestling. 

Tough love taken too far? 

I dont think so - look at the Hitman - say what you might about him, the man is a monster - a REAL wrestler - and SOLID to boot, even with all the injuries and all he's had, much like with the Undertaker "best pure striker in the WWE", you just get a feeling of "REAL strength" when you see Bret Hart and those shoulders!

Point is this - brilliance is one thing, but it wont win the day over, friend. 

"Genuis is 99% perspiration, 1% inspiration" 

So said a great man, I do not remember who.  (ok, I googled it - Edison again). 

Think about it, mi amigo ... 

A man who says "ideas come from the ether" - and then the part above. 

Sounds self contradictory, the two dont go together? 

But they do, my friend. 

They do, and they're symbiotic (sorry, haters of "big words", hehe). 

One can't exist without the other. (especially not #1 without #2). 

Pun NOT intended. 

Most of my success in business, for one - life, women etc - boils down to not intelligence, but being, and staying in the trenches. 

Way too many people give up at the slighest hint of trouble, ready to accept their "comfortable lives of medicority which most men seem to be willing to live". 

No Gumption Galore, no PERSISTENCE, none of that, no stickability ... 

Plans - made in the subconscious, but more importantly, following through on those plans no matter what. 

Having FAITH - and INVESTING. A lot of my own success would neve rhave happened without investing, reinvesting, and I dont just mean financial either my friend. There's way more to this. 

Paying attention to the little details and more ... When it comes right down to it, success is usually a result of those factors EVERYONE, born brilliant or not, can control. 

Academically, romantically, all the same. 

You can be the most handsome guy or gal out there (since gals are apparently handsome now, and guys are "pretty") - but without game, you're dead in the water. 

Despite what they show in 3 Idiots, you won't get anywhere being brilliant but not "mugging" for exams that need such - you'll simply fail or not do well at all. Fact.

Fitness is the same. 

Some people are naturally just genetically gifted, fitter than others. Granted. 

But take that genetically "well disposed" person - compare him to someone like me whose been in the trenches working it out AGAINST all odds, and coming out on top - well, y'all know who I'd learn from! 


You may think that is bragging of the highest and grandest order. 

Maybe it is in some ways. 

But can you say its not true? 

I dont think so my friend. 

Bottom line - YOU too can get in the best shape of your life, but only if you take ACTION NOW. 

If you just read this and "do nothing", you're part of the do nothing crowd. 

If you're NOT part of that crowd, well, start NOW - right HERE


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Do nothing's, if you dont mind, do SOMETHING and hit unsubscribe. Why clog up the plumbing Hehe. (well - many good reasons to do so, Glyn could tell you all about the plumbings he's clogged, and continue to happily unclog but I'll let that one be for now!).

I just noticed a middle aged lady do it, by all means and by far she aint the only one. 

I have no idea why, but even physically NOT unfit people (note I didnt say fit) - I've often seen them climb, even one flight of stairs, even if that flight of stairs has like three stairs - by "grabbing" on to the railing for support. 

For dear life. 

To someone like me who climbs hill daily, whose always the one to take or sprint up those long subway stairs, laptop in tow, hair flyng, while the rest of the "so called sane" folks on the escalators look on with a mixture of boredom and "wtf" (little do they know that could be their workout for the day!!) ... 

.. it just seems insane. 

Why would someone do that? 

Maybe if you're REALLY sick and infirm, or if you're Glyn whose so pudgy moving an inch without waddling out of breath is a chore - I get it in that case. 

Him climbing stairs, it's like a B 52 bomber descended on the building - and not in a a good way either, like a past landlord once commented about my "building shaking workouts"! (more than once. Hehe) ... 

But either way, why? 

IT's laziness, combined with the mental thing about "oh my god, stairs - too tough!" 

I can never once, even in blazing heat and humidity that would have made most strongmen wilt right there and then - climbing steep hills 4 or 5 times "this is real hill climbing, as a student of mine once remarked"  - thouht of holding on to railings, even when I was dizzy and ready to pass out. 

Many did on that hill! I always remember looking back at them and thinking "WEAK" (dont get me wrong, it happens, but just one time - like, TOUGHEN UP!). 

Funny part, I saw this lady when thinking about something completely unrelated, that being how women want everything "now". 

Like it's always super urgent. 

"Budget for it!" theyll yell at you, while of course ignoring they never told you in advance. 

Apparently the ATM must keep floweth(ing). Hehe. Not so much the beer though for Nazi feminists, they can't stomach it (oddly enough, I haven't seen ONE single person in my family other than myself and perhaps one of my cousins really guzzle that beer!) ...

but really, I wonder - though I've never asked, no point. 

"What if its a REAL emergency" - and you've already drained what is there for so called emergencies. 

Of course, Nazi feminists aren't exactly known for thinking. 

YOU though CAN be - you can PROFIT from this madness, but of course, youve gotta be willing to spend what it takes to - or INVEST what it takes, I shoudl say - to learn from the best at combating it. 

I could literally give a lot of these Tom Tom's at Mgtow Central lessons to learn that they would never ever forget!

Oh my.

Anyway - if you're the sort that holds on to the railing for dear life like Bozo Schofield for one does while climbin stairs - just - dont - period. 

It makes you look like a sissy, period, pun intended. Very much so!

And it's STUPID. 

Stair climbing, one of the best workouts out there - best way you can prepare for them is do them, run 'em, SPRINT them ... 

All detailed in Advanced Hill Training, a book you must get NOW. 

A book that was rebraned as Eat More - Weigh Less as well ... well, that was the latter name, before I changed it back to the original. 

Couple of reviews, now, one I've already shared before - 

A great mini review for “Eat More – Weigh Less”, and more… (0excusesfitness.com)  

And the second .. 

Mike Watson writes in - 

Great little book - thank you so much, Sir!

Simple movements that really help in getting rid of excess fat, not just around the midsection, but the whole body is what this book boils down to. The author has written it in his usual "crisp, concise and down to earth" style, and its a classic book that will never go out of style (either). Neither will the movements in it.

I have not purchased this author's other books, but plan on doing so as soon as "the wife" permits, heh.

Hey, man - thank you! is all I can say to that, and he's damn right, it's an overall body training regimen, not just "legs" or core or whatever. 

And takes nary fifteen minutes, come to think of which, if you can go that long (pun, hehe) - you're already a stud. 

Anyway ............ 

We started with stairs, went on to budgets, then reviews, and somewhere in the middle Nazi feminists. 

Remember one thing - it's always prudent to budget for things that MATTER. 

Like my upcoming book Squat 101 - or another ass kicker, Lumberjack "Lodestone" Fitness

Or, Proft Troll (y'all will LOVE these, juicy details on a certain someone you have NOT heard before for one, but much like the book on Nazi feminists, it teaches you how to PROFT from someone attacking you and how!!) .. 

Or so  many others I've got on the backburner, including "Advanced Plyometrics". 

If y'all have ideas  for new books (I'm already at work on Isometrics  - Volume Three) - let me know!

And anyway, budget for those books - but get what you need NOW. 

And that is the 0 Excuses Fitness System, my friend - simply something you MUST have if you're in ANY way serious about fitness in any way, shape or form. 


Go HERE to get it. 


Rahul Mookerjee


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