The ole Iowa Farmer had a secret. He taught it in a by-mail course way back in 1914; a course that appeared to be mostly about wrestling.
Yet, much of the course was about strength, conditioning and agility, what they called “physical culture” back then.
I learned a ton about strength, health and fitness from this course. I studied the course in earnest.
I began practicing the exercises the ole Farmer taught for flattening your midsection and increasing speed and power in your hands. Within a matter of days people noticed that I looked and moved differently.
That’s when I began to realize I must do my part to make this course available to people throughout the world. Why? Because the exercises are simple yet profound. And because you don’t need much room to move, they can be taken with you anywhere.
The exercises don’t require a gym or an investment in fitness machines, gizmos or gadgets. In fact, once you have the exercises in mind, they are with you for life. No one can ever take them away from you.
And the most important exercise in the course can be done in the shower, while sitting in a chair or while waiting at a traffic light. You can do it while lying in bed or as you stand in line in a store. You can do it while cooking or talking on the phone.
It’s truly amazing when you think of the versatility of an exercise that focuses on how you breathe and tighten specific muscle groups.
It feels almost miraculous when you consider the positive effects, not only on your waistline, but on your digestion. Years ago I referred to these breathing exercises as a type of “cosmic fiber” and I still use that term today.
You can begin doing these exercises immediately when you leaf through Farmer Burns classic Lessons in Wrestling and Physical Culture.
With your order we will also send you an autographed copy of “yours truly” on the cover of an MMA magazine.
P.S. For those of you interested in grappling or olde-time catch wrestling, consider getting the full blown Farmer Burns video course