Yesterday, while looking at a variety of Combat Conditioning covers I’ve used over the years, I decided to put a couple of them up on my Instagram and Facebook group pages.
To my shock, a number of people wrote to say they used to have “the original” but lost it when moving, surviving a flood, fire, earthquake or D-vorce.
I put up an image of the current cover, and questions arose as to the difference between this version and the original.
The first and most obvious answer would be: The Cover.
If you’re a collector of all things Furecat-ish, then a different cover is all the reason you need to grab a new copy.
But if we’re comparing the Original edition to the Revised, there’s even more reason to be excited.
The original edition of Combat Conditioning contained 15,000 words.
The current revised edition is over 30,000 words.
Now I shall flatter myself by saying, rather pompously: Me thinks I wrote some pretty freaking good material between January of 2000 and today.
Thing is, for the last several years, you could only get a digital copy of the book when you became a member of the Furey Faithful.
Well, with the stroke of a pen, your luck has changed.
To order the revised edition, go here
Incidentally, there is yet another reason to partake in the revised edition.
What reason is that?
The reason is that I am now beginning to certify instructors in the Royal Court Exercises of Hindu squats, Hindu pushups and bridging as taught in Combat Conditioning.
What I’ll be teaching you in person will be even more detailed than what is in the book and DVDs, but you’ll still want to have the most current version regardless.
Interested in being certified? If so, drop me a line and I’ll send you the information.
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