Muscle Building Secrets From The Future!

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It’s been said…

If you want to know the future, look to the past.

For example, if you’re concerned about the future of America
(as so many Americans are right now), just look to the past.

If the rise, and inevitable fall, of every single empire that ever
graced the face of our planet is any indication of our future… then
we’re on the right path!

But that’s a rant for another day :)

Well, what about muscle building?

How will people who want to build bigger, stronger muscles
do it in the future?

Just like they did in the early part of the 20th century.

The pendulum ALWAYS swings from one extreme to the other.

You can find strength training books, written by guys like Author
Saxon and George Hackenschimdt, from back in the early 1900′s.

In those books you will always notice that theses incredibly strong
and powerful men allocated TONS of time to relaxation, recovery
and mobility work.

Also, they took a more “integrated” approach to strength training by
including several other modalities to develop their physiques.

It wasn’t uncommon for these guys to be involved in the martial arts,
wrestling and gymnastics also!

Today you’d have a hard time finding a weight lifter that could not
only press double his body weight overhead… but has the
athleticism and flexibility hold a simple yoga pose for longer than
30 seconds!

You may not be into all of the “woo-woo” stuff that most yoga-freaks
obsess over… but you may very well benefit by adding some simple
yoga stretching and mobility to your routine.

If you’re comfortable with the way your body feels and the level of
strength you’ve achieved… I’m happy for you!

But if you’re like me, and are always looking for ways to improve
your muscle, mind and lifestyle…

Then you might want to try this out:
http://leanhybridmuscle.com/goto/yoke

Grow Stronger,
Elliott Hulse

PS – I got a strongman show tomorrow, I’ll post a video on YouTube
sometime this weekend for ya… in case you’re interested ;)

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1 Comment Add yours

  1. Chad
    March 23, 2012
    1:50 pm

    It’s a pain in the ass being a teenager with no money to buy stuff like this… :(

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