Shall we play a game?
Actually it’s a test, but because I’m not around to grade you, you can keep your results confidential.
For a moment, mentally pretend that you’re out in the woods and you need to relieve yourself.
And there are no toilets.
There aren’t any cameras in this area of the woods; no drones either. So you tug on your britches (or whatever you’re wearing) and squat to answer nature’s calling.
Tell me, how long can you last in this natural squatting position?
If you cannot get into this position, you get an F.
If you can get into the position but you’re uncomfortable doing so, you get a D-.
If you can sit in this position for a minute before you begin to ache, you get a C-.
If you can hang for a couple minutes, but it hurts, you get a C.
If you can sit still for three or more minutes, but it still hurts, you get a C+.
If you can sit still for five minutes, relaxed and at ease, reading a book or having a conversation, you get an B+.
If you can comfortably sit in this squat for 10 minutes or longer, while playing cards, chess or talking on the phone, you get an A+.
I have a strict grading system, don’t I? And there’s a good reason.
Here’s why: How well you can squat is directly tied to your health and your longevity. Earlier today I read an article that says you can add or subtract three years based upon whether or not you can squat.
Being unable to sit in a squat is one of the downfalls of western civilization.
When you can squat well, you are much happier, much healthier and much more “relieved.”
Squatting is basic and fundamental to our overall health – yet more and more people in our society cannot do it.
But there is GREAT news. You can turn this situation around, and do so incredibly fast, when you follow what el Furecat teaches.
Come and get it.
P.S. Combat Conditioning for Kids also kicks booty. Put your hyper-active or stir-crazy children on this program and you’ll be amazed at the change in them.