The Suicidal Monk
Yesterday was another great day.
Because so many people are JUMPING on the
ridiculously low fee to come meet The Japanese Superman –
a monk who ran 1,000 marathons through
the snow and rain drenched mountains in
Kyoto, Japan – in seven years.
Then, unsatisfied with his performance, asked
to do it again. The second time he accomplished
the feat in six years.
He’s only one in 46 monks who has lived to tell
about this feat in 150 years. The rest died trying.
What’s even more remarkable is that this monk,
Sakai Yusai, was over 40 when he joined the
monastery. Almost everyone laughed at the
odds he had of completing the journey. At
61 years of age he completed his last run –
one of 100 double-marathons.
Not just one – but two marathons a day for
the last 100 days.
And what I have just described is only a
fraction of the story.
Next time you think it’s tough doing some
pushups, squats, bridging, running a few
hill sprints – or dropping your excess weight –
Better yet – come meet the monk whose very
presence will inspire you to become far MORE
than you ever considered.
The energy at this event – held this May – will
be explosive. It will launch you out of your
comfort zone – and put you on a path to
Go to http://GetTough.com and register before
the fees go up tomorrow.
P.S. In addition to the running monk, Sakai Yusai,
America’s premier warrior, the Governor of Greatness,
Dan Gable, will be on hand to slap your lazy mind
into physical action. Don’t miss a moment of this
life transforming event – http://GetTough.com
Copyright, Gold Medal Publications, Inc 2008