Tuesday, November 27, 2007

3 Simple Ways to Develop Titanic Strength!

Complications are what hold back 99% of the people I know.

It's not that they don't eat enough, or the exercises are no good, or they have poor genetics.


It's the bottom line that the program is way too complicated to derive results from.

We've had some of the skinniest dudes walk through our doors and we've transformed them into rock solid Gladiators.

Wouldn't you love to be strong and solid? I know you would, so don't waste your time on the other crap and start paying attention now.

It's time to go to school.

You are going to use 3 very simple tools, all of which are very cheap, or free.

But, all of them are convenient, and I do mean ALL of them.

- stones (free)

- bodyweight (anytime, anywhere)

- sandbags (cheap and easy to make)

I've seen some incredible gains in strength and rapid muscle gains when using these "tools".

Does this mean no barbells and no dumbbells?

Heck no. If you got em', use and work the heck out of them, all basics.

But, if you don't have them, you may need to make a sandbag but loaded with magazines.

That's right, maybe you live in the city, and getting pea gravel isn't exactly easy.

So, you get a canvas army navy duffle bag from e bay, then load it with old magazines.

I saw a guy do this on a national georgraphic special following some guys around in prison.

Wow, this dude was built like solid steel and he was squatting with his sheet tied around a bunch of magazines. He was working with those magazines I tell ya, he was sweating buckets.

I've seen the power of these tools, the sad thing is not enough people use these tools effectively or correctly.

It's time to remove the complication from getting the strength of a speeding freight train.

Just squat, push, pull, press and carry - work hard, work consistently, the results will come flooding in like a tidal wave.

Are you ready?

I know you are, now go get em'!

In strength,

Zach Even - Esh

P.S. - That's right, it's time for you to get your hands on the information you need to develop titanic strength and muscles of solid steel.

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"My strength has increased, as has my endurance big time thanks to the information in The Underground Kit! The more and more I immerse myself in the "Underground" methods the more I feel like an animal in a cage just waiting to spring forward and destroy everything in my path with cold, calculating efficiency!

Thanks for all the support, great advice and tips Zach!"

Stephen Jessup / Attorney Sunny South Florida

Sunday, November 25, 2007

What does Zach do when he has Pneumonia?

Since last Monday I have been walking around with Pneumonia. It was kicking my ass all over the place.

I stayed home on Thanksgiving, so I'm not stuffed at all. Instead, I'm on an empty stomach, my appetite to eat just isn't there.

I hope your Thanksgiving went great, that is definitely one of my favorite holidays.

Little did I know that this was Pneumonia, I thought it was dear old friend of winter past, The FLU!

Luck will have no such thing, so, Thursday, unable to get up and move around without pain, I found a way to get to the Medemerge.

I'm feeling better today for the first time in a week, so my wife had my cleaning gutters, hanging Christmas ornaments and laundry. Hey, I'm human just like you!

Now I feel like shit again :)

This did give me a chance to do things I haven't done in ages.

I watched TV, rented a few movies and watched a little Football. I NEVER watch Football, but I wanted to see what 90% of other men in this country do, and that's sit on their ass all day and watch television.

I'm not impressed, sorry.

I was impressed with the Football, not the sitting on my ass all day part, which is why men are weaker, WAY weaker than they should be!

If I could find a way, I would be telling women to purchase a holiday gift for their husband such as Ancient Strength Training.

This way men could stop going to those sissy health clubs and start training like Gladiators. Heck, you can do this stuff in your garage, driveway, backyard or set up shop in a local warehouse with a handful of friends.

I should be getting back into it late next week. I am going to be smart this time and ease into it, as opposed to my past ways which would probably be starting off with a squat or deadlift day.

This time I'll work my way with lots of pull ups, push ups and squats - all bodyweight training, but different variations for each exercise on every set.

And, if you have read my previous post on "chunking", this will be an awesome way to get back into it. I'll be working several sets throughout the day before having a full blown workout.

Now, you must be wondering what movies I rented.

Well, I love inspirational movies and comedy. So I went that route.

We Are Marhall - Wow, this was a powerful movie and it really hit home how a group or team can have a tremendous impact. It also showed how a Coach can impact people for their entire life, as can sports. This was a great one!

Knocked Up - This movie was hilarious. You can watch this with friends, your girlfriend, wife, etc. I was laughing like crazy on this one!

Reign Over Me - This movie was great. It really hits home about living life. This was the movie with Adam Sandler as he was affected by the loss of his family from the 9/11 attacks.

Who ever would of thought I was a movie critic, but, I'm not. It was awesome to actually enjoy a movie for once, it's been ages, and it reminds me, I should take my wife to the movies more often. But, because I never watch TV, I have no clue what's playing, what's good, what's not good.

I'm sure I'll find a way!

What did I learn from being sick?

Well, for one, I better slow down, relax, and sleep a little more.

Also, a little TV in the way of a good movie is a good thing, and going to the movies is even better :)

If you're stuffed and feeling like an over-sized Turkey, it's time to transform that stuffing and dessert into muscle and energy. Head on over and start training like an Ancient Gladiator.

Go on, don't get lazy with the holidays here. Instead, treat yourself to a gift :)

That's how I always see it!

---> http://CombatGrappler.com/ancient.html

Until the next time,

train hard, train heavy!