A few weeks ago, I spoke to Paul, a man who is 67 years of age. He’s been strengthening his body and doing well with the exercises in Combat Conditioning, and got curious when he saw my writings about Farmer Burns.
He was intrigued by the health and fitness benefits touted in regard to the deep breathing exercises alone.
As the Farmer wrote, “Breathing exercises alone, if done RIGHT, will make many a weak man strong and many a sick man well.”
“I did the first few breathing exercises in lesson one,” Paul said. “And I had an incredible experience.”
“Tell me more,” I replied.
“Well, when it came time to do my calisthenic exercises, I didn’t know what to expect. I was blown away because the rest of my workout was a breeze. It felt super easy.”
“And that’s only from the first time you did the first three exercises in lesson one,” I remarked. “Wait until you begin doing the other exercises in that lesson, not to mention lesson three. I do these exercises almost every morning shortly after arising, and I am continually stunned with how beneficial they are.”
“Yet the exercises are so SIMPLE,” Paul added.
“Simple but profound,” I said. “Keep in mind there are different levels of knowledge, even with the seemingly simple exercises.”
“Do you still do the exercises in Combat Conditioning?” Paul asked.
“I do, but I make sure I do the Farmer Burns exercises first as they get the body primed for more. All the Farmer Burns exercises are targeting the intrinsic energy of the body, and this blends in nice with Combat Conditioning.”
“It’s a fine idea. Have at it and let me hear about your positive results. I think you’re going to be more than just a little bit surprised from your results.”
“Me, too. I’m on it.”
Well, guess what? I heard from Paul over Labor Day weekend. He’s now doing all the exercises in the first lesson of Farmer Burns, and he reports that his muscles are longer and stronger, his midsection is flatter and harder, and he has greater mobility, speed and balance than he’s had in years.
How bout that?
Yes, the Farmer knew what he was teaching. Simple is profound.
Get the Farmer’s course and see for yourself.