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kind of exercises are in Warrior P.T.? In this manual
and on the DVD you will find a variety of exercises designed to get the WHOLE
body into AWESOME shape:
like you have never seen before
-- over 15 different kinds.
Leg Exercises rich
in Martial Art history. a"Animal"
Cardio Movements that
will raise your cardio to incredible levels. aState-of-the-art
used by today's top athletes for explosive power - for jumps,
kicks, punches & swings a"Core"
(a strong back and a stomach that will
feel like it is
chiseled out of
exercises that will cut your workout time in half and give you
the results (No B.S.)
are the same exercises used by world class fighters, athletes, and
movie stars -- the people who make their living by being in great
shape. Why more people don't know about them, I don't know.
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exercises look real hard. Can a beginner do them? Yes and Yes!
These exercises will give you the most demanding workout of your life --
if you want it. I've also taken care to show how a beginner can
approach each exercise safely, as well as how an expert can make them more
people get bored of "old school" calisthenics like these? Warrior P.T.
contains over 40 exercises, and dozens of variations putting the total at
over a hundred. You would never do all the exercises in a single
workout. Each day you can pick a few. I've also included over
a dozen workout guides. You'll never get bored because your workout
will change as often as you want. And remember, each motion is a new
challenge because you're moving your own unsupported body. If you
want to get bored, run through the same circuit at the gym, pushing the
same levers every day.
is Bodyweight Training better than using Machines at the Gym? It's really a
shame that this is even a question. But it shows how people can be
swayed by many years of advertising. It's like asking why is water a
better thirst quencher than Coca Cola. The best answer is to start by
talking about what is wrong with all those machines in the gym.
Weight machines are designed
purely for cosmetics. The motions
of pushing those handles have no corollary to real life situations. (Think
about that sentence!)
isolate single muscles or small groups. Machines cause your body to
become UN-balanced. In this way they often cause more damage than they
do good. In real life, your muscles NEVER work in isolation.
As you sit there clicking your mouse, your muscles in your gut and legs
continuously compensate for every tiny change in your balance.
This is how your body keeps all the muscles, tendons, and joints healthy.
Isolating a single muscle is asking for trouble. As a Chiropractic
Physician, I can't count the number of "Gym Workout Casualties" who come to
my office -- often with irreparable damage caused by years of using
workouts often stress moving VERY SLOWLY. Again, this type of
motion has NO application to the real world. Do you want to throw a
slow-motion punch? Or swing a slow-mo tennis serve? What you
really need is to teach your muscles how to explode, so you can move fast
when it counts. Much of most advanced sporty physiology of the last few
decades has been concentrating on how to develop the ability to move
explosively with control. You'll get that explosive power with Warrior P.T.
cause Repetitive Motion Syndrome. This is why even the aerobic
machines are dangerous. Your body was not made to do the same exact
motion, the same stride, the same pedal, over and over again thousands of
times. It DESTROYS your joints and tendons, eventually leading to nerve
damage. It also DEADENS your ability to control you muscles by
putting your mind-body connection on auto-pilot. Go for a run, take
a walk, ride a real bike. Negotiate bumps, cracks, and turns in the
road -- each obstacle is a blessed relief from body-killing repetition you
get from exercise machines.
body is NOT A MACHINE! So why try to make it act like one?
How do your
exercises compare to Weight Training? Sometimes it is
the simple things that are the most powerful things. You donít
need complicated exercise sets and tons of weight to get in shape.
Iím not bashing weights as they have their place in the training arsenal
of the combat athlete, but bodyweight exercises are far more healthy
and VERY effective (especially the ones picked out just for this book).
equipment do I need to do these workouts? Unlike other exercise books which
require that you have access to fancy equipment and expensive training
devices, this book requires that you have access to just yourself and a
little open space. Most exercises in this book can be done in a
kitchen, a bathroom, a basement, or a jail cell. The exercises in
this book are old school bodyweight conditioning exercises, which
unfortunately have been forgotten over time by our society, which is so
infatuated with personal appearances and gym memberships.
are people saying about WARRIOR P.T.?
Here are a just a
training with Scott for the past several years in preparation for my
competitive fights, and I must admit that the exercises he has put
together in Warrior P.T. are
very effective training tools from a fighterís perspective.Old school bodyweight exercises like this should not be overlooked.They are challenging and rewarding beyond most peoples
-- Orlando ďManslaughterĒ Morazan Ė Amateur Shootfighter ,
is working well. I have done my best to integrate your program into my
routine. I thought I was in good shape already being a Marine. I was
wrong. I have found that I have been stuck in the same workout routine for
too long. I thought I could immediately start out with your more advanced
workouts. Quickly I learned that I had to eat some humble pie. In the
past month I have begun to re-discover long lost muscle groups.
Every morning after a workout I find new welcome soreness. My body and
joints feel stronger and more stable. Thanks for a great workout. I will
keep in touch over the long term so you stay abreast of my more measurable
fitness gains. Jumping rope is the hardest thing I have ever done. Thanks
for a great product. Respectfully, J. T. USMA
aItís hard to find
time to go to the gym sometimes with lifeís busy schedule, but Warrior
P.T. gives me the opportunity to train anytime, anywhere.I can easily finish a killer workout in less than 30 minutes.This program is awesome.Its
one of the most efficient yet effective workout programs Iíve ever seen.What use to take me 2 hours in the gym, now takes me 30 minutes and
I feel great! -- Omar LaTorre of San Jose, CA
aTwo years ago, I bought a program similar to this on the internet and paid
over $200. I just bought your book and DVD the other day for way
less and found many of the same exercises plus many others I had not seen
before. The exercises are simple and build strength like no
tomorrow! Your program is a very good deal, and Iím glad I
stumbled upon it from a friend. -- Keith Johnson of Houston, TX
aThanks for your
program! I find it a great addition to the regular running I do.
I have always enjoyed running, but your program has really helped me train
my entire body and get into the best shape of my life. Iím a 29
year old working mother of a three year old and find myself in better
shape now than before my son was born. Your amazing exercises are quick to
do (though not always easy). When I finish, I know Iíve had a
workout. My whole body is sore, but in a good way. Most people
probably donít know these exercises are out there. Thanks! -- Nora
Venerio of San Francisco, CA
your book and DVD. Great stuff and I will be incorporating these into my
workouts. I am surprised at how fluid the movements are in the DVD with
the skills and strength you have acquired through practice. I am in pretty
good shape at 48 years old and workout hard 4-5 days a week but I can see
that these will take me to another level. -- Craig Eastham
aI am a daily user of several of the exercises described in your book. I can attest that doing these freehand exercises is a workout. You don't need an expensive gym membership or any equipment to break a sweat doing them.
My favorite ones are the hindu squats and mountain climbers. A person could get a lot out of doing just these two if they wanted to.
-- John G.
commission in December as a 2nd Lieutenant in the Infantry. I've been
actively involved in my ROTC
unit's PT program for several years, and I have gotten into a rut with the
training we do. Most of it is straight out of the 21-20, so some amount of
repetition in exercises is difficult to avoid. However, the Warrior PT exercises
allowed me to spice up my routine a little, adding some variation from day
to day. The added enjoyment pays dividends in my PT score as well. It has
jumped 25 points in the few weeks since I started using the Warrior PT exercises.
I've talked to several of my fellow cadets about this program, and they've
been impressed with it, as well. I plan to take this with me and implement
many of the exercises in my platoon once I am commissioned in December.
Thanks. -- Respectfully, Aaron Malcolm
aI really liked Warrior PT, as a martial artist, fighter, and fitness enthusiast. The insight and philosophy along w/ the exercises was excellent. It really added a LOT to what I knew about
fitness (moderate amount). I really liked the animal cardio section...
but for the vast majority, EXCELLENT. I think it may be a step further towards my dreams of either military spec ops or mma fighting or both. God Bless Scott
-- The Wolf