Below you’ll see a couple notes I received over the weekend, along with el Furecat’s answers:
Just a quick note of support. I purchased Combat Conditioning something like 13 or 14 years ago when I was in my early 50s. I’m now 66, still doing virtually the same level of workout now that I did to begin with, and maintain the same 9% body fat ratio that I achieved some months into your program.
To my mind it’s a great program for two reasons:
1.) it is EFFECTIVE;
2.) as you say, there is a beautiful simplicity to it.
Hell, it’s so simple that I’ve done a full CC workout in a hotel room. And now with COVID, having a program this effective that is that viable . . . what’s not to love?
Many thanks, amigo.
el Furecat: Thank you, Mark. I greatly appreciate your results and your positivity. In today’s panic-pushing populace, you are a voice of fresh air. Thanks again.
Do you have any recommendations for rotational body weight exercises, specific to grappling?
el Furecat: Hi Scott. I sure do. For your neck alone, I have about a dozen. Key thing is you work on rotating your joints each day from standing – or while sitting or lying on your back. Make sure you hit every joint to keep the synovial fluid moving, thereby eliminating pain while increasing flexibility and balance. You’ll find my rotational movements and much more at
FureyFaithful.com, a members-only site, under Neck Qi Gong (Chi Kung) as well as Start Your Day Off With a Bang.
Have questions for el Furecat, send them my way and I’ll see about answering them in a future broadcast.
Kick ass – take names.
P.S. Looking for some online coaching over Zoom to help you in your fitness quest? Then drop me an email and tell me what you want to accomplish.