Yesterday, a friend sent me a clip of a leopard killing a crocodile, then carrying it out of the water and up a hill by biting down on its skull.
The leopard made it look easy.
That’s the kind of animal power I’ve been talking about.
I forwarded the clip to Rik Brown, aka, Mr. Maceman, and we ended up having a go-round about cats and how they are the ultimate killing machines.
In our correspondence, I discovered that the strongest jaws, as far as big cats are concerned, belong to the jaguar. The jaguar’s jaws are so strong that instead of biting its potential prey in the neck, it bites the head and crushes the skull.
Being able to carry a crocodile up a hill, to climb trees with ease, to swim and hunt for survival, that’s the type of imagery you
want to glom onto when you train the way I’m teaching – even though you’re never going to do such things.
Why the imagery, then?
Because exercise should never be “just” physical exercise.
Use the power of science. Activate your brain with animal imagery and then behold, the immediate increase in power, strength, speed and agility you will have.
I tend to call this the Way of the Tiger – but truth be told, any cat will do.
Even a “Puddy cat.”
Come to think of it, maybe I should change my Instagram handle from @fureycatmatt to something similar to the above.
Or how about this…
Whilst I’m pondering this – you can start learning the Way of the (tiger, leopard, jaguar, lion, cheetah…
or PUDDY CAT)
by becoming a member of the FureyFaithful.com member’s site.
I’m cranking new content that y’all ain’t never seen before. Come take a gander – and get it on.
P.S. If anyone ever calls you a “pu$$y” or a “puddy cat” – consider it high praise.