Last May, a man who is 6′ 5′ tall and 260 pounds goes to
my hotel room to be interviewd for a program made for
Unbeknownst to me, he put on quite a show for the camera
crew. The S.O.B. tore up my phone book.
He tore right down the middle, through the cover. He didn’t
break the binding or cheat in any way. I know because the
camera crew showed me the footage of what he did.
Last January, at my health and fitness seminar, this same
guy, John Wood, ripped a Tampa Bay phonebook in half
while in a bridge. Not an easy strength feat. The audience
But there’s a little guy, a strong man who is about half the size
of John Wood. And he can tear a phone book in half even when
it’s wrapped in duct tape. He can even tear one in half with two
What’s more, the little guy can tear a corner out of the book – again
with two fingers.
He can tear a phone book in half with oven mitts on.
And the technique he uses is pure power. There’s no cheating. No
cooking the phone book. No popping the spine or cracking the
paper. Just a straight grab, pull and RIP.
My son, Frank, and I watched the little guy’s DVD this past weekend.
And Frank got so excited he tore up the manual that comes with the
DVD. I started to yell at him – then stopped myself. It was too funny.
Then Frank reached for a MAD magazine and asked if he could rip
How about my Highlights magazine?
How about this book on Florida snakes and reptiles?
Frank is only six – but I think this phone book tearing DVD may
have put him on the right path in life. The path of strength.
Having a strong grip will amaze your friends, coworkers and family.
But having a crushing handshake won’t cut it, bro.
Nope. You’ve got to be the life of the party by learning how to tear a
HUGE phone book right down the middle.
It’s a skill worth having – and any man who can do this is destined to
be a chick magnet.
Go to http://www.mattfurey.com/tear_phonebook.html and read about
this incredible DVD that I recommend wholeheartedly.
Kick butt – take names,
P.S. Again, you don’t have to be huge to tear a phonebook. You simply
need to develop a killer grip. Let the ‘little guy’ who makes it so simple
show you how – http://www.mattfurey.com/tear_phonebook.html
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