When I was growing up in Iowa, three of the best wrestlers I ever saw were from Coon Rapids, a town located about 28 miles away from my hometown. All three of them were built like brick-shit houses.
They were what we called “farmer strong.”
Freaky farmer strong.
None of them lifted weights.
They had what we called “tendon strength.” The same sort of strength the late great Farmer Burns taught “city slickers” in his 1914 by-mail course, Lessons in Wrestling and Physical Culture.
Half of the course is for those who want to learn the old-style techniques of pro wrestling. The other part is chock-full of isometrics and calisthenics that build freaky farmer strength.
The exercises in the course not only make you super strong, they help heal nagging injuries to your shoulders, elbows, wrists, fingers and back. Do the movements, along with the deep breathing methods recommended, and you can notice the excess flabbage in your midsection melting away. Digestion improves as well, along with the functioning of the organs in the pelvic area.
I’ve been recommending this course for almost 25 years, with no end in sight.
Order NOW and I’ll send you a surprise gift that will doubly inspire you. It literally kicks ass and takes names.
P.S. If you’re interested in learning the contents of the entire Farmer Burns course, and then some, from video, then be sure to take a gander and the Farmer Burns DVD Course.