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June 03, 2015

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I have prepared a brand new guest article for Warrior Training, the incredible martial arts training site by Jon Haas. Here's a short preview of what you can come to expect about the article:

"Alas, strength seems to be a given to have when it comes to martial arts. People can say that a martial artist does not need strength, just technique, and they’d be enabling the weakness of people in the pursuit of a war art by doing so. Strength training is critical to being a martial artist; karatekas and the Shaolin have had their own weight training implements for centuries, so whoever promoted the idea that martial artists should not weight train was jaded. However, traditional martial arts have just as many methods to build strength using your bodyweight, so a lack of weight shouldn’t be an excuse. "

The rest is coming soon, in the meantime be sure to check out the most recent article on the site about isometric exercise training!

Do Isometric Exercises Build Muscle?

P.S. Did you know that Bruce Lee was an avid trainer of isometrics? He trained using a power rack in the style promoted by Bob Hoffman. Though that style is not the alpha and omega of isometric training, it developed the crazy tendon and ligament strength that enabled Bruce Lee to do the powerful things he performed with his small stature. If you want to learn an isometric style that goes beyond the depth of Bruce Lee's isometric exercises, check out the 7 Seconds to a Perfect Body link below.

7 Seconds to a Perfect Body

You can greatly increase the amount of energy you have. This one may seem difficult, but increasing your vitality, even when handling extreme fatigue, can be done using TEN simple steps. Check those steps out in my FREE e-book! Just go to the bonus page (access exclusive to subscribers) by clicking here and type in the password "healthandstrength".

Blessings to you and yours, and happy training!

P.S. Have you checked out the workout equipment store on the site? I've expanded the fitness programs I offer, and I've added a new equipment page full of powerful training tools to boost your strength to new heights! There's a brand new program for you as well. Check them out below!

STRENGTH PROGRAMS: Deceptive Strength Flexible Steel Massive Functional Muscle Maximetrics Link

WORKOUT EQUIPMENT: DragonDoor Kettlebells StrongerGrip Sledgehammers StrongerGrip Maces StrongerGrip Grip SuperHuman Herbs

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