The Stupidest Thing I’ve Ever Done.

I love science.

Even though I have a history degree, I’ve always been
fascinated with science. I would’ve loved to have gotten
a science-based degree, but my mind doesn’t operate the
way they teach in schools.

Maybe you’re the same way, maybe not.

That’s why when someone tells you something that sounds
too good to be true, your the bells and whistles go off
in your head – it’s the science-y logic part of your brain
giving you a warning.

That’s why I like science, cause for the most part you can
connect the dots.

Until you realize that the dots go nowhere and lead you
in a circle, back to right where you started.

Ever been there?

Well there’s a lot of that going on in the fitness industry
right now.

People are being “blinded by science.”

All you gotta do is quote some studies and most people
will be be satisfied. Very few people will actually read
those studies to see if the claims, assertions and conclusions
match up to the sales copy or marketing hype.

Even if that “science” starts to violate their common sense.

Ever been there?

I have.

Got “stuck” there for awhile too.

And then the stupidest thing happened:

I went backwards.

What? What the heck am I talking about?

I gave up on the “science,” used some reverse engineering
and logic (philosophy was my minor), and ended up on all
fours crawling around like a baby.

And if that didn’t feel like the stupidest thing I’d ever
done, I don’t know what has.

Only it worked. Brilliantly.

It fixed my back. Fixed my hips. Fixed my knees.

Run. Jump. Squat. Pull. Hop. Bound. Lunge. Pistol.

The closest thing to “magic” I’ve ever experienced.

And the coolest thing about it is that I already knew how
to do all this stuff – I didn’t need to learn any new
exercises, special positions, or fancy precision drills

Sure, I didn’t JUST crawl around on my hands and knees
like a baby. I did some other stuff too.

Some of that is in a book I’ve been telling you about for
the last week – “Becoming Bulletproof.”

Hopefully you grabbed a copy and started playing with the
“reset” drills in there.

(I know many people did – I got a bunch of emails telling
me so, along with a bunch of questions.)

There’s some other stuff too, that’s not in the book that
I’ve used to fill in some “holes,” some “gaps” both in
myself and my clients. I simply call them “regressions.”

And they are so mind-blowingly simple, you’d never think
of them in a thousand years.

How do I know?

Cause I presented just some of them recently at another
workshop and the attendees had that jaw-dropping reaction.

They’d recognized some of them and the context of when they’d
done them before, but they’d never put two-and-two together.

My buddy Tim Anderson and I will show them all to you

By the way, you should only click on the above link if
you’re tired of all the complicated systems out there
promising amazing results. Short-term results are one
thing, but LONG TERM, that’s a whole ‘nother ball of wax…

And you should only click on the link if you want a simple
system that is intuitive, common-sensical, and stupidly
easy to use.

Talk soon.


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