Monday, 13 December 2021 13:43

Mountain climbing at HOME, and more . . .

Some of you will guess what this email is about, especially you Corrugated Core fans - where I cover the mountain climber in great detail. 

Thats another course I need to put a video out for, by the way! 

But for the rest of you, it ain't climbing actual mountains at home I'm referring to. 

You COULD climb stairs repeatedly, especially if you live in a skyscraper or 20 plus storey building, and get a great workout in while you're at it. 

But, the mountain climber I'm referring to doesn't require you to climb anything - or anywhere - except perhap get rid of the mountain of FAT a lot of people have on their belly and core! 

It's easy enough to do in theory - in THEORY being the operative word here!

Basically, you get in a plank position, then bring one leg up beneath your chest, then retract - then go with the other leg. 

You go as quick as you can, for me, that means two "ups" per second or faster. 

And you go for at least ... well, as long as you can go, but most people, even seasoned fitness fanatics will be out of breath and ready for a rest post a minute or so continously of this (much like with the bear crawl in Animal Kingdom Workouts - another great, great fat torching and core movement). 

But back to the mountain climber - clients of mine have used this ONE exercise - in conjunction with some exercises in Corrugated Core - and leaned out amazingly fast, my friend. 

Think "six pack" within a month - from "flab - o - central" 30 days ago. 

This exercise, quite literally works the cardio system BIG TIME. 

It's variants can be classifed as advanced plyometrics - and that will be there in the book (advanced plyometrics). 

Not only this, if you're having trouble doing pushups etc, well, this position will get you ready for the plank and/or pushups since you're IN the same position anyway while doing 'em - except it's more of a core / fat burning movement you're doing. 

There have been people that have reported dropped > 10 kg within a couple of WEEKS of doing this exercise - and nothing more - and no actual climbing. 

Just imagine how much more they'd shed if they combined it with walking, climbing actual hills outdoors, pull-ups, etc ... 

Why do I bring this up - well, just another way YOU can shed fat this winter, my friend - while you're all covered up in clothes. 

You might think SUMMER is really when you need to show off the abs, but truth is, unless you prepare for that in winter, you'll never have 'em to show off (if that is your thing) during the summer. 

At least that is my take on it, contrarian as ever!

In Corrugated Core, virtually ALL the exercises I give you can be a workout unto themselves. 

And you can weave a very creative workout indeed with a lot of those exercises - which daily won't take more than 10-12 minutes tops if you do it right.

You could also go multiple times if you so choose per day, and not tire yourself out with meaningless, mind less pavement pounding ... 

Corrugated Core, my friend, is truly a book for the ages. 

Truly a book to build functional abs, HARDCORE ab training as one of the reviewers said, as opposed to fancy shmancy beach boy look. 

(much like with all my other books). 

And in the festive season, with all the feasting going on, I think there is no better book for you to get - and benefit from - along with Eat More- Weigh Less, of course. 

Back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee

Monday, 13 December 2021 06:22

Lets suit up - and BOOT up - ladies!

Interesting how thats often used for the most alpha of males you'll ever see, the most macho, virile, rugged and so forth . . . 

I don't even mean "hidden desires" here - this email isnt' about that. 

It's just about when MEN - real men - such as in the Expendables, maybe - now there's a movie with very little romance, although the second movie had a wee budding bit of it! (I still remember my friend Jay watching Rambo II in 1990 something, and telling me "great movie, little bit of romance, great body (sly) - and lots of action!) ... 

Sly is nothing if not SMART. 

I dont think it's a coincidence that Expendables II had " a little bit of romance" like Rambo II, and none of the others did!

The tough guy with a soft exterior. Or was that interior. 


Sly, you're a genuis and legend, I'll never stop saying it. 

Because it's true. 

But anyway ... 

You know you're in good shape when non faggotty (the polar opposite of Bozo Glyn, for instance) look at you with women, or just in general and they notice YOUR shape more than hers. 


As Carol once told me. 

The boys are looking more at you! 


And they weren't gay either. 

This, of course, reminds me of Bozo Schofield ... another one of those anecdotes, before I tell you what I was originally goin gto tell you. 

Bozo apparently salivates over memes such as "if you look at this, and not me, you're a faggot". 

With sneering women showing their boobs on one side, and a huge fat "member" if you get my drift on another side. 

Bozo apparently (from what he once drunkenly told me in a 3 AM message) "meditates" to that daily. 

Truly a lunatic, yet, for nutjobs like him, I guess if thats what he wants, thats fine, but at least stop being faggotty about it! 

Be open about it, at least, not a perv, of course, expecting Glyn Bozo to learn all that is like asking a brick wall to make sense (it probably would, more than him). 

Anyway ..............

Suit up, ladies!


Yours truly is NOT the type to wear suits, or formal attire. 

Or to own or wear excessive jewelry. 

The other day, my friend made the comment about my dumbphone (in an era where most people change their dumbphones as often as their underwear) .. 

"Youre STILL using that!" 

Showl am, hehe. 

There was a period in my life where I had two pairs of jeans (light blue, dark - both STRAIGHT cut, tapered - showing off the body) - and THREE pairs of polo Tshirts, and I'd recycle those till they were threadbare. 

Nothing to do with money either. 

I just didnt need anything else, except my workouts!

I'm minimalistic in most regards, my friend 

You don't need a lot, especially the crap constantly shoved down our throats, oddly enough what you really need is never mentioned. 

Anyway ........ 

Im about to suit up and boot up for a long workout. 

I invite you to join me. 

And if there is one course that imbibes that spirit, that feeling, it is Eat More - Weigh Less. 

I Dont know, I just feel INSPIRED and raring to GO when I see that on the cover - that being me. hehe. 

But it's true, YOU too can feel the VIBE!

I'm out. 

If you ain't gotten the course, do so NOW


Rahul Mookerjee

Saturday, 11 December 2021 12:59


Ever seen the Denzel Washington movie "Man on Fire"

It's about a burnt out (agent) guy I believe who is tasked with protecting a rich guy's daughter and his "wife" (there is a reason for the quotes) in Mexico. 

And he goes there, does, and ... well, what can I say. 

Not one of Denzels best movies to be honest, but the man is a legend and does a fine, fine job anyway!

And for me, today - its literally "traps on fire" 

Have you ever felt your entire upper body so sore you could barely move - or take a shower after your workout (as happened to me years back when I Was doing NO pushups, but pull-ups galore?)? 

Not just your upper body though - have you ever felt that deep, deep soreness in your muscles? 

And specifically traps - SWOLLEN traps that feel like they're about to burst, and when you touch them, you KNOW they're raw - and have had a great, great workout?

This morning, I did Lumberjack Lodestone Fitness - a basic workout - and a basic jump rope workout (which I Showed you). 

What I didnt show was advanced club swings and pull-ups after that - but then I did give you a brief snippet of my grip training. 

But in the middle, the 100 pushups I did? 

Were all mostly done on my back, if you can believe that. 

Thats right, my friend. 

Years ago, I wrote about 250 pushup workouts where most of it was accomplished "on my back". 

I wanted to see if I still had it in me to do those - and 100 of them were done in that style today. 

True, I did normal fingertip pushups and other styles too - but the 100 I'm talking about? 

Are reverse pushups - and the best darn exercise ever - and table pushups!

My oh my. 

Combine THAT with club swinging, and youll know what the term "traps on fire"means. 

Most people think doing heavy shrugs - sets of 10 with the heaviest you can cuts it. 


That might build some muscle and give you a great burn - and thats fine 

But to really twist and train the muscle inside out, from all angles and viewpoints - "back and forth" if you get my drift - those REVERSE pushups are an absolute must - so is BRIDGING. 

The lower back gets plenty of work with those movements, but so does the UPPER BACK. 

Charles Mitchell I believe it was who once told me he was fairly good at handstand pushups and regular pushups, but the reverse work - GOT him every time. 

And it will, if you dont got the flexibility in the traps!

Flexbility in the traps and shoulders, of course, has never been an issue for me since I started those workouts - and of course, it's another core area that Lumberjack Lodestone Fitness targets. 

And that, my friend again - is the story of the DAY. 

There's plenty of reverse work shown in the 0 Excuses Fitness system (the videos) so get them NOW if you have not already. 

And, place the pre-order for what is possibly going to be my BEST book ever, the next level beyond Animal Kingdom Workouts, which many have said is already my best book ever!

Out for now. 

Back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee

P.S. - Remember to stretch and strengthen at the same time with isometric movements, pauses and "motions" that the greats such as Gama and others used (I've gone one step ABOVE AND BEYOND in this great, great course) - get "Isometric and Flexibility Training" NOW if you have not already. So worth it!

This one's yet another one thats sure to cause a lot of angst. Hehe. 

But, it's true - and one of the off the cuff, yet TRUE comments made by a friend of mine "Prem" - who much like "Tan" (who very kindly took the pictures for Battletank Shoulders, one of the most awe inspiringly brutal trainingt courses out there - ever) - took a great little "snippet" video for Gorilla Grip that some of you have asked for (specifically, a bit of grip work on the monkey bars). 

The last video I took in that regard during Chinese New Year, well, that was done on my Xiaomi, and I ran out of space, hence the "tiny" video. 

But I've gone one better this time, you'll see when I finally get it up. 

For now though - three great new videos up here (0 Excuses Fitness - YouTube) for "Lumberjack Lodestone Fitness" - which you really need to place a pre-order for NOW ... 

And join the legions that are doing so/have done!

There is a damn good reason the pre-order process has stretched out as long as it has. 

Anyway, he was telling me about pull-ups, and how, much like in 2018 - he's unable to do a single one, or hang on to the chinning bar. 

"Because you never got your ass down to seriously trying", I gently admonished. 

And he didnt!

I remember, the day after or so, he never did any - and he was off to the gym a few days later. 

He was telling me about how these days he does 30-40 pushups daily - in sets of 15, the regular pushups, he says he does them in proper form along with squats, a 100 at a go. 

Let me see you do the squats, I asked him. 

He showed me - but he barely went "almost" halfway down on each rep, so I corrected him. 

"Hmm", he said. "What benefit does going all the way down get me?" 

Well, so I told him about all ths "ass to grass" benefits i.e. improved flexibility, flexor strength, far greater work load on the hips and thighs, therefore, greater work done by the lungs, all in all, a far superior workout. 

And he was doing regular squats, not Hindus. Which is fine, of course... 

Pushups, I dont know. He says he does them in proper form, so we'll take his word for it!

"I could do 40 of these at one time:", he told me - wistfully pointing to the dipping bars. 

One set, I asked? 

Yes, was the answer. 

Which that, now if he could do them at one time, thats pretty good!

Right now, of course, he's not doing ANY. 

But anyway ... 

He made the above comment about gyms - and I laughed - more than "music to my ears"- I'm so used to people telling me this when they see me do bodyweight!

"Machines, etc - all USELESS" - I told him. 

And then I Told him about the "Stand on your feet" training done in the gym or elsewhere with weights - if you do that right, now that will get you places. 

Still doesn't hold a candle to bodyweight training, of course, but its real training if done that way - either Lumberjack style - or military presses etc. (or overhead presses). 

Anything that requires you to stand on your feet and hoist. 

Now, Lumberjack Lodestone Fitness features NO weights. 

None that are easy to grip like barbells and dumbbells. 

The machines, well, those are for buffoons - Ive always said that!

But anyway .............

Great to hear my friend say that himself!

And it just shows you the POWER bodyweight training has - the sheer appeal - and the sheer results. 

Here is a review (for Animal Kingdom Workouts) that comes to mind in that regard. 

From John Walker in the UK - - 


This is one of your best books to date, clearly you understand what it takes to create the perfect beast.

Mastery of one's own bodyweight is so much more important than some random goal of adding 10kg to your bench press.

Moving your bodyweight with strength, grace and power is how the human animal was built to move.

People, do yourself a favour and buy this book and learn the lessons in it so you too can join the ranks of the superhumans. Yet another masterpiece Rahul.

Glyn Schofield, you're a clown and quite clearly you've never worked out in you pathetic little life, because if you had you'd know what's important in a "training book" which is the training information it supplies not whether it has typographical errors, "I mean come on man training books are about training not writing style".

Warmest Regards

John Walker.

The bolded part sure is KEY!

I'm out. 

Be sure and pick up the CORNERSTONE of alll bodyweight training right here - the 0 Excuses Fitness System - if you have not already (and many of you haven't at the time of writing this). 

And, leave a review, please!


Rahul Mookerjee

Thursday, 09 December 2021 14:57

That book on DIPS!


I've asked once, and some of you have responded, but if this email is getting to YOU, my friend, chances are you have not responded to that question of mine as yet. 

So, two questions really - or one, depending on how you look at it. 

DO you want the two new books on "advanced bridging" - and the new book on dips which I might start very soon? 

I dont ask in general before putting courses out - sometimes, people dont know what they want, and its best to GIVE it to them (as I did with two of my greatest and most popular courses Pushup Central and Animal Kingdom Workouts)


But sometimes, it's honestly best to ASK first. 

So, write back - let me know - along with "Lumberjack Lodestone Fitness" - and the above two - "advanced plyometrics" is also in the works. 

And on that note, a LOT of you - over THREE THOUSAND, actually, and counting, as of now, have placed pre-orders for Lumberjack "Lodestone" Fitness

Truly a course which a lot of folks "really" want though they might not say it upfront - and the pre-sales figure PROVE this. 

If you want in for that course, make sure to get in your pre-order at the link above. 

And I'll be back!


Rahul Mookerjee 

Thursday, 09 December 2021 08:47

Use it or lose it

Use it - or lose it. 

As I was working out this morning, I saw a baby - or a toddler, rather, clinging on to "Mama" for dear life - much like a baby monkey does to its mother. 

They were on the swing together. The way the lady was talking to her son (I think) reminded me of my own "wife" and daughter ... 

Anyway, sentiments and "the look cute" factor aside (or not) - the point isn't so much that, as it is "use it or lose it". 

Last night, I read a story about astronauts - or a "relation of the facts" actually. 

When I write fiction of any nature, I make it so real that I call "reality mixed in with a dab of creative license" as opposed to the other way around!

But anyway, that was a set of facts about astronauts in space. 

How they eat - shit - sleep - workout - all of it. 

And "seperate tubes for #1 and #2 aside" (use your imagination, hehe) - Glyn Bozo would have a field day, not to mention the lack of gravity would make his lard float so much easier - how they workout was interesting to say the least - and for how LONG per day. 

Like 2.5 hours a day - daily - no excuses, no breaks. 

If not, they lose a ton of bone density and muscle mass - that takes up to FOUR years to rebuild. 

I think it was >10% of bone density lost in six months (stay in space) and perhaps more in terms of muscle. 

Kinda like premature ageing ... or oesteoperosis "early" if you get my drift. 

To counteract that, they workout for 2.5 hours daily, so sometimes, these days, they end up back on terria firma fitter and stronger than before!

But it's another great example. 

Use it - or lose it. 

And if you lose it, you lose it QUICK. But it takes donkey's years to gain back what you lost, and not in proportion either!! 

Same thing for monkeys, and their insanely strong grips. On the Animal Kingdom Workouts page, I believe, I write about how chimpanzees can kill full grown adult crocs outweighing them by almost a ton - with their bare hands. 

If a baby chimp grabbed your finger - you'd SQUEAL for mercy, period. 

Same thing with caimans and jaguars, grizzlies and moose - the animal kingdom rarely stops to "rest" or "recover from their sore lats" or "not walk becaus their forepaws and hindlimbs are too sore" or what not. 

Look at captive animals and how MISERABLE They are, and you'll get the picture. 

Miserable... we'll get to that soon!

But anyway, for human beings - in terms of fitness - CORE fitness is the first to go - and the LAST to come. 

Think love handles, obliques, once you do lose 'em - make sure they STAY off. 

It's very easy to Get out of shape - or spend money for that matter. 

It's much harder to earn it back - both things!

Trust me on this. 

Good news, if you keep using it - you won't lose it - and if you do lose some, you'll gain it back pretty quick too. 

Same thing for your FREEDOM, my friend. 

I was ranting about the latest Biden nonsense forcing everyone to get vaccinated or trying to (thank God for Florida and the Southern U.S. - there's still freedom left SOMEWHERE! - drop in the ocean I know with Bozos globally, b ut still! THAT is why I'm a huge supporter of the NRA, this government overreach is just intolerable, PERIOD!!!)  to my Jie Jie Maria, and of course, her first comment - 

"You're just like Americans, freedom is the most important". 

You're miserable with all this going on!

So it is, yes. 

And I wasn't aware which pundit in the Universe deemed freedom to be an uniquely American concept for one? 

Freedom of speech, thought, expression, end of the day, when it's all taken away from you - a man's got his freedom, and thats all, my friend. 


You can rail against this fact and say "nuts like us take things to extremes", but it's the nuts on the other side of the spectrum that take thing sto extremes. I mean gee, it's been like two years into this panicdemic, and schools aint opened in some parts of the world - travel is still all mostly closed despite people lining up to get panixated - who is being extreme here???

End of the day, freedom is what it's about. 

And the more you get used to losing it, the quicker you lose it - and the LONGER IT TAKES TO GET IT BACK!

Anyway, I told Maria the following. 

"America must have done something right, Maria", I laughed. She's a great girl! 

Very helpful, great girl, really. I mean it. 

"It's the numero uno country in the world". 

Americans must have done omething right - I dont think people as a whole woke up one day, proclaimed themselves the number one country in the world and just became that. 

FREEDOM at the end of the day was what allowed it to happen - along with a whole new country "for their own". 

Some idiot was ranting recently about Thanksgiving (a Chinese guy who is normally quite sensible, to be honest) and how its all about slaughtering Indians that gave the white colonizers turkeys, and not "enjoyng the bounties of the harvest"- which is the real reason Thanksgiving is celebrated (this idiot also got it wrong in that the US and Canada don't celebrate it on the same day at all)(. 

I mean really, the jingoistic lengths people go to, and this whole "anti white" bullshit, I dont know if I'm the only one, but isn't it really now being taken to giddy limits 

I mean geez, let Jim Crow stay in the past where he belongs. 

Anyway - use it - or lose it. 

I'm out. 

Back soon!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Same thing for the great offers we have going on, USE the discounts - or LOSE them. All the whining int he world ain't gonna get it back later either!

PS #2- And what Biden, liberals and sheeple in general are doing to make peoples lives more miserable - or try to - is just a DISGRACE, my friend. Period!

Wednesday, 08 December 2021 08:27

10 reasons YOU should start doing dips - NOW.

... If you aren't already doing this great exercise, that is! 

Back in the day, when I built - and wrote - Battletank Shoulders - dips were a huge, huge mainstay of my fitness routine, my friend. 

I remember Marc the African Silverback Gorilla, himself no weakling - whose arms were literally quivering like a maple leaf in the Toronto breeze on his first dip "in the up position - he couldn't go down - too stiff" - telling me as I was knocking sets of 20 out easy peasy "lemon squeezy". 

"You should do 'em like th eRock, with extra weight attached!" 

True, the Rock does them too. 

and I could have titiled this email "build a chest like the Rock's!"  - by doing dips. And hype it that way. 

Truth is, the Rock and his build - well, you'll need solid genetics to get THAT big for one!

Second, probably anabolic steriods - third, you'll need to be a wrassler, fourth, they just grow 'em big there in Samoa! 

Rather than trying to get bloat - you should focus on getting BIG AND STRONG - while LEANING OUT - and staying that way. 

Which is what Battletank Shoulders and all my other great courses emphasize. 

Shoulders like Boulders too! 

In that course, I give you a secret exercise - oft ignored that PREPS you for doing the almighty handstand pushup (or the handstand, in case the pushup is a step too far) ... an exercise that preps yo ufor it QUICKER than the other exercises I've given you in the supplementary section. 

Yet, people tend to ignore it. 

Big mistake, my friend. 

That exercise is DIPS. 

And without further ado, here are the 10 reasons you should be including this magnificent exercise in your routine (and note, I'm writing this for YOU, the fitness enthusiast, not the boobybuilders). (though it might give them a good kick up the rumpus too). 

One, virtually no other exercise for the upper body addresses weak triceps - that issue I wrote about yesterday - quicker than dips. 

True, pushups do it - but end of the day, you're still supporting 75% of your bodyweight on your arms for the most part (unless you're doing handstand pushups or handstands). 

Dips, by their very nature strengthen the triceps and the entire upper body far more - and far quicker. 

Following from all of the above ... 

Two, they're known as (and I call them) the upper body equivalent of the SQUAT not just for that reason - but because if pull-ups are the big dog for back - dips are no slouch in that area either. 

Done right, with proper form as I teach you in Shoulders like Boulders - you'll feel a burn along the entire upper - and MIDDLE - back and between the shoulder blades in a way even pushups cannot give you - and you'll build THICK lats that will be the envy of all (human) barndoors if you do this exercise right and regularly. 

Third, its far easier to progress up to high reps with dips - as opposed to pull-ups. You "big guys" will notiec that while there is no excuse for being fat - you bigger guys will be able to progress in dips a lot faster than in pull-ups - and build the strength required for them (pull-ups) as well. 

Fourth, dips by their very nature are GREAT for the grip. Simply great - pushups are too, but not everyone is that into fingertip pushups - though you should be - and dips done on thick bars as I do - strengthen the grip - BEYOND BELIEF. 

Fifth, it's easier to add weight on. 

And big guys? 

Just look at the picture of Big Doug on the Shoulders like Boulders! page doing dips - at 300 plus lbs - on dipping bars!

Talk about BALANCE, co-ordination, and pure utter STRENGTH - brute GORILLA strength! 

Trust me, when you get to that level, you'll be writing a book on dips yourself - and telling ME about the benefits!

Sixth, following on from 5... 

Dips are easier on the fingers and wrists. And CALLUSES too, for those of you with calluses from doing pull-ups that bust open all the time. Hehe. 

But they're much easier on the wrist joints than fingertip pushups for one ... 

Seventh, dips work the upper ab area and core in general heavily. 

Eigth, because of the sheer amount of chest work and upper body in general involved - dips done in high reps cause your body to release tons of HGH - couple with pull-ups, and there's the muscle building formula any gym goer would be more than glad to "load up on!" 

Ninth - dips lend themselves great to virtually any workout routine - both push and pull. 

You can do pushups and dips all day, or pull-ups and dips - or squats and dips. They're one of those exercises that go no matter what! 

And tenth, of course, chest strength, mass and size - few exercises build the chest as quick - and bulky - as dips do! 

Well, my friend, I'm sure I could think of 10 more reasons to tell you, but these will suffice for now. 

And no, the only reason I'm writing this email to you is not to tell you all the above, though there's nothing wrong if I were to do that either. 

I'm telling you - asking you - this QUESTION. 

What I teach you about dips in Shoulders like Boulders! barely scratches the tip of the very pointy iceberg in terms of dips 

Barely, my friend. 

There is a whole another world to them - and whether you're interested in working up to 50 reps per set on these - or doing handstands on dipping bars - DO YOU want an advanced course - or a course dedicated to dips alone? 

Let me tell you , if brute upper body strength is your thang, then combine with Battletank Shoulders and Lumberjack Lodestone Fitness, and you will GET it in spades - and then some 

It will be a great, great course much like the course (advanced) on bridging I'm halfway through right now - but I am only, I repeat, ONLY going to put it out if there is enough interest. 

I'm getting sick of asking over and over again and not hearing back - so please, if there is interest, let me know. 

No, It ain't gonna be "cheap". 

But oh boy, will it be worth it, trust me on this one. 

Alrighty, my friend - thats it for now. 

Let me know!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Oh, for BRUTE animal like strength- don't forget Animal Kingdom Workouts either! 

And even if you don't hehe. (since a lot of Bozos dont, lol) 

This is going to be short, sweet and simple - if that is the case, either way, please do two things. 

One, please leave a review via the review link you got in your email post purchase (from the website). 

If you have bought off Amazon etc, please leave a WRITTEN review there - in addition to the rating. 

And two, another great site to leave reviews? 

You can find Rahul Mookerjee on there too ...  

And that, friend is that. Back soon - oh, and if you ain't taken advantage of these huge offers we've got going on HERE -, then please - do so NOW. 

Again, I'm not going to keep repeating myself on this one. Some of these offers will end like tomorrow IIRC ... 

Get in NOW, my friend. 

And please do the above - and please let me know! 

Thank you! 


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - In addition to the 10% auto discount you get for leaving reviews, I'll even do up another special offer for all of you that leave reviews - please leave one - and then let me know! 

PPS - I'll share a great review from there shortly - stay tuned!! 

Oh, and before I FORGET -

A quick question I gotta ask - with all the whinging and "sqawking" about prices as of late ... (and no, not ALL of you getting this email have been doing that, but a sizeable portion has, as you can tell from the last email I sent out on Bozo Flix) ... 

It beggars the imagination - a lot of these people have not signed up for the Ship - and they have NOT partaken of any of the offers we have going on, despite them being REAL discounts, real offers ... 

Some are tyre kickers and Bozos in general, and thats fine. 

But for the rest of you - WHAT is the reason??

A LOT of you have not taken advantage of the offers, left reviews, or done much at all to be honest. 

Friend, 'm not sure whats going on, but this is highly unlike you. 

So do write back, let me know... 

We'll listen, as always! 🍻

I read this a while back, and to be honest it ain't surprising. 

Not because of Trumps "secret ingredient" that he apparently had delivered to the hospital while hospitalized with COVID19. 

But because of his well documented love for it anyway - remember the "button" on the Oval Office desk in the White House? Hehe - and because people are looking for ANYTHING to make a fuss about these days. 

I m ean geez, Diet Coke and Mickey D's or fast food in general ain't the healthiest, but sometimes, you gotta let a man do what he wants to do!

I mean, kids do it all the time, it's even worse for them and the world in general pampers them - when it should be the opposite in this regard, so why make such a fuss about Trump having Mickey D's delivered the hospital or what not when in bed with COVID? 

I know when I have a cold - the LAST thing I want to do is eat healthy (although I do, but I dont want to). 

I suspect most people are the same - and its the sam when drinking beer as well. 

Although I dont give in - though I Could - given my Eat More - Weigh Less techniques ... I dont blame Trump for his love of Diet Coke and such. 

Hey, his choice!

But really - fast food being the cleanest? 

So claimed Trump apparently, I dont think Trump's that batty though, I beleive thats another hachet job they're trying to do on him. 

Now, his "fear of being poisoned" - that I can sort of understand, with his haters being legion ... 

Donald Trump had McDonald's delivered to the hospital while he was being treated for COVID-19, reports say | Business Insider India  - More here. 

Personally, all too much ado over nothing, my first thought upon reading it - SO WHAT!

But anyway .... takeaways from this for you (pun not intended, and intended) - 

One, fast food restaurants in general unless they're Mom and Pop joints ain't exactly the cleanest out there. 

They sure ain't the healthiest - they're the polar opposite. 

Not only do they pack on the LARD - they also make you CONSTIPATED, and when you go - you'll be blowing out fumes worse than a skunk on speed x 100. 

True that, that last bit. 

I know, nasty. 

But true. 

Like gas bombs, almost ... 

And there's a host of other horrible things they do to your body - and the meat usually is mixed with tons of soy. 

True example of "make it taste yummy" - while making it as cheap and unhealthy and unhygenic to produce. 

Sorry, Micky D's - KFC is EVEN WORSE in my opinion!

I'd rather a REAL burger, like the ones I had down south near the beach in Biloxi , or on the way there I believe. 

"Granny's cooking" basically that was, little old lady cooking them burgers - damn, that was REAL beef, real meat, fries were real too!

THAT is real food, or fast food (the real stuff). 

And Diet Coke, dont even get me started - it's even worse than the regular stuff, if just because of the marketing. 

It can corrode car engines if you pour it on them, so just imagine what it does to your insides. 

(true fact, look it up if you do not believe me). 

Anyway .............

I revamped my products page today, and put Eat More Weigh LEss at the very top. 

And that book contains so many MINDBLOWING, PATHBREAKING secrets to truly gorging more on the most unhealthy crap ever and losing oodles of weight per workout WITH PROOF - that you really need to pick it up now. 

Dallying around ain't gonna work on this one, friend. Simple as that. Therefore, it's now UP TOP. (on the page). 

And while it doesn't have diet secrets or tips? 

It doesnt NEED to. 

But if you truly want to get in super shape, combine it with what I say in the Simple and Effective Diet, my friend. 

(which is gratis with a digital download of the 0 Excuses Fitness System). 

Watch the weight literally FLY OFF!!!

And go NOW. 


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - No delays on ths one, please. Go - NOW!

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Trust me on ths one!

Thursday, 02 December 2021 03:33

Converting defeat - to VICTORY!

Believe it or not, some of the greatest, most succesful and deepest motivators need support too. 

Oddly enough or maybe  not, the people closest to them hate them the most - closely followed by the legions of trolls eagerly hanging on to their every word, thought, action ... hehe. 

Which is fine. 

As Jeff Bezos once said, 

"You gotta be willing to be misunderstood for long periods of time to be an entrepreneur". 

Bezos put it in his own manner. 

I'd say it differently! 

I'd say "the bozos that understand all, but pretend not to". Hehe. 

But anyway ... here are a couple of quotes - old time quotes - NO videos, no inanities, just quotes - that have picked me from the depths of darkness - yes, I've been there too! - when I most needed it in the past, when no-one was there for me - when the whole world was against me - or so it felt - when NO-one had faith in me (a lot still dont, and I love it!) ... when people called me an idiot for doing ebooks instead of paperbacks, when people called me stupid for daring to start a biz, and so much more. 

Edison, with his famous quote on the problem most men have is GIVING up too soon. Most men when they reach the point of giving up do not realize just how close they are to success when they do give up - as it told in the great book "Three Feet from Gold" by Napoleon Hill, I believe. 

Or, the HIll quote. 

"No man who has achieved anything worthwhile has done so without at one time or the other, having one foot hanging WELL over the brink of failure". 

In the modern day, perhaps the Bezos quote of "never give up on your goal no matter how hard it gets". 

I know all this myself, of course. 

But sometimes, it pays - and helps - to read - the greats!

Precious few people DO though. 

Anyhow, why do I say this. 

Because last night, I watched one of those Amazon Prime movies - something about "dark side of life in Mumbai". 

A run of the mill movie, fairly so, but I love Kay Kay Menon - one of the actors in it - along with Emraan Hashmi, one of my favorite actors and one who unlike Hashmi doesn't seem to quite get the dues that should be given him. 

It's about six couples (I think) in Mumbai, all going through dire, tough times - the toughest - this was pre covid obviously - and how they handle it. 

One couple, hemmed in by financial woes all around them, contemplates suicide. They even get the pills to do it!

"Easy to find the illegal stuff", laughs the husband when asked by his wife if he "got the goods". 

Since it's their last night, they eat up, drink up - they even give the delivery boy a ton of change (like three spare meals) because he didnt have change, and told him to keep their phone too, they wouldn't need it!

They have it out with their rude landlord, they tell their old bosses to piss off, and so much more. 

All the hidden feelings - animosities - they get it all out!

End of the night, they discover living life "carefree and fear free" wasn't so bad after all. 

They never do commit suicide. 

Then, there are others that do. 

Some survive, like a young boy who was homeless in Mumbai, falls in love with a girl that takes him home, introduces him to an old "Uncle" who sort of adopts him, the story goes on and on until the girl OD's on drugs, the guy is devastated, commits suicide, survives, six months later, he's a succesful singer...

And many others. 

Including an impotent (apparently) cop - and the barbs he gets from his girlfriend on a daily basis. 

"You forgot the bullets!" 

"Your lock is permanently jammed!" 

Glyn Bozo of course would have a field day listening to all of that, but I was thinking, what if the GIRL had a problem - do we ever talk about that - and if the guy dared to say half of what the girl was?  

He'd be labled abusive in an instant, whereas the girl gets away scot free? 

"No fair". 

But anyway, cop dies heroically in the end - saving another damsel from a terror attack. 

And his woman at home is devastated and distraught, but thats a lesson unto itself. 

Words hurt and matter - whether or not people admit it or not. 

ALWAYS be careful what you tell the other person, my friend. 

As Napoleon Hill said, your words can plant the seeds of either success - or the OPPOSITE - in other people's minds - subconsciously. 

Some times, like in Glyn's case for instance, harsh words cannot be avoided, but in most cases, its best to do what HIll says ie write the words out either on the beach - right before high tide - or, on a sheet of paper which you then burn up later. 

Anyway .............

The movie, and the reasons for "ending it all" - were to me, frankly - LAUGHABLE. 

But then again, I've been through a LOT. 

Which is why people call me incaring (un) - and insensitive when I nigh on tell them that their problems are nothing in the grand scheme of things. 

Believe me, I've seen it all - and BEEN through dark times like no-one else has - or precious few have. 

And believe me, living to fight another day is what it's all about. 

As the old man in the movie said (my favorite) "even sculptures weren't made without hemming away at stone. Nothing good comes easy!" 

Those old men, people in that age group as I keep saying are really the ones that have it spot on, that I identify with - ever since I was young, for whatever reason, I've always had "older friends" and so forth. 

My Mom hated it "why can't you hang out with your own age group". 

Gee, Mom, like it matters.  

But anyway, living to fight another day, to keep the good fight going - and to convert that defeat into victory through sheer and utter persistence - THAT is what life is all about ultimately. 

I dont know why I saw fit to say this now ... but I did. 

Maybe it'll help some of you going through dark times right about now. Maybe it'll provide a spark of cheer to those that have "given up". I dont know, maybe someone will read these words, and feel uplifted!

As Emerson said, if even ONE person feels that way - I've done my job - regardless of sales or not. 


Being grateful is something we often forget. 

Often, my friend. 

And its probably the best time to tell you to be grateful - again - for what you DO have - and not focus so much on what you DON'T have. 

I know I'm grateful to all of y'all on here, and I'll keep doing all I can in this regard for as long as I live. (on the physical plane). 

Because I know lots of you LOVE my daily dispatches, it makes your day ... 

And that makes mine too!

I'm grateful, and thats what it's about! 

Chin up - shoulders BACK!


Rahul Mookerjee

PS - Fitness wise, remember, you HAVE To be in top shape to "vibrate" at the highest levels and ultimately attract GOOD to you no matter what. 

THIS is the fitness system that will DO it. 

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