Want to be three times stronger than the average human being? Then let me introduce you to …
Introducing: The revolutionary fitness program that gives you the flexible PRIMATE strength, endurance and power of gorillas, chimps and orangutans.
A while back, movie theatres all over the world were PACKED for the release of the new and improved KING KONG. As a society we are mesmerized by the power of primates -and Mr. KONG is no exception. Even if he’s make-believe.
But the POWER of PRIMATES doesn’t need to be exaggerated. Let me give you a vivid example. along with some frank talk about the difference between the so-called man of today and his primate cousins:
Five years ago at the Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Florida, a male silverback gorilla escaped from its enclosure. Do you know how? I think you’ll be amazed.
Quite simply, he climbed the wall. No big deal, right? Well, take into account that the wall was designed to KEEP THESE ANIMALS IN – it’s a very smooth and slippery surface, nothing for the gorilla to get a hold of.
But this wall had one tiny flaw that the gorilla discovered: a small crack big enough for the 450-lb ape to insert the first knuckle of his index finger. This tiny crack gave the gorilla all he needed to pull his entire bodyweight up the wall and escape a so-called impossible structure.
An Embarrassment to Mother Nature
Now contrast the gorilla’s strength with the average man of today. What I’m about to say ain’t nice but it has to be said, it’s time to face the music. If you’re the type of man who takes pride in himself, then read on.
The average man’s body in this country is an absolute embarrassment. Mother Nature has got to be ashamed. The average man is a flabby, frail mess of a joke, a complete and utter mockery of a physical sham. The average man is feeble, fat and functionless. The only time he ever moves his engorged, slovenly body is when he shoves another slice of pizza down his throat, scratches his ass or belches out the national anthem.
Go to your average shopping mall, grab some wood and count the number of fit people you see. You’ll be lucky if you count 10 men who are in halfway decent shape, even if you sit there all day.
Kill a Crocodile with Your Bare Hands
Let’s compare this average man with another primate. In case you think the gorilla stands alone, let me tell you about the orangutan. This great ape is considered the strongest animal in the jungle, so powerful, in fact, that it can kill a crocodile with its bare hands!
The average man, on the other hand, can only kill time. He plops his lard ass on his sweat-stained couch, watches 8 hours of idiot TV, and gets softer and slushier by the minute; stuffs his face with donuts, soda and potato chips, inhaling every last crumb as if he needed it to breathe.
Once at the Seattle zoo, workmen were unable to move a fallen tree that was obstructing the middle of the orangutan exhibit. It was too heavy for the men to even budge. Later they witnessed one of the orangs easily lift the log with one arm and toss it aside as if it weighed nothing.
A Chimpanzee – Seven Times Stronger than Modern Man
It is said that one chimpanzee has the strength of seven men. A chimp can easily deadlift 600 lbs with one arm while yawning with the other. In 1924 at the Bronx Zoo, they tested a female chimpanzee who weighed only 135-lbs pull over 1,000 lbs – with one arm! The chimpanzee is genetically closer to us humans than the gorilla, yet the average man actually seems to be closer related to larva.
Why a Real Man Wants Primate Power Strength
A real man wants to be strong and vital, completely alive and powerful, like he’s king of the jungle as he once was. He wants to return to nature, to the physical roots of his ancestors – the apes. Man, after all, is a primate like the apes and monkeys. Physically, that’s what he truly yearns to be again – King of the Jungle.
Within each man is the primal urge to be ape-like, to use his body the way his primate relatives do. It’s in man’s blood. It’s an instinct that has been smothered in us by our society and culture. Buried deep within that doughy, gooey outside there exists a powerful, vibrant primate inside.
It’s not the fault of modern man that they’ve become nothing and have nothing. Without knowing it you’ve swallowed the garbage philosophy that the body does not matter and only the mind does. Keep in mind that those who spread these lies aren’t exactly mental giants themselves. You’ve been sold a bill of goods and it’s time to return them.
You need to shed these blankets of frailty, weakness and wispiness to reveal the glory of your inner primate, to become the real man who moved his body like he once did in his ape past.
The Most Powerful Animal on the Planet
The real man inherently knows that there is no other animal in the wild that is stronger, pound for pound, than his cousins the apes and monkeys.
If a little monkey were to grab your finger and squeeze as hard as it could, you’d scream for mercy. Pound for pound, there’s nothing more powerful on this earth than a primate.
There’s a reason why those primates are so strong. Sure, evolution and adaptation – survival of the fittest – have created the perfect strength creature, but there’s something else. From the moment a baby monkey is born, he is clinging with their hands and feet to his mother; he spends his entire lives developing the strength and agility needed for survival.
He is always handling his own bodyweight in difficult and awkward positions. You could say that the monkeys and apes are the original practitioners of bodyweight exercises. Isn’t it only natural that we should want to return to these roots? The only way to get back to our real nature is to ape the apes, in other words by doing exercises that mimic what they do in their natural habitat.
Real Men and Women Develop Superior Strength by Training Like Primates
There is no substitute for moving like a monkey and doing ape exercises just like they do in the jungle. If you think you can get gorilla strength from the bench press or the barbell curl, you’re sadly mistaken. These are unnatural exercises for which we have no biological basis for doing. But we do for moving like primates. You see, within our DNA is programmed the genetic urge to develop our bodies like an ape.
An orangutan moves his body in nature in unstable and unpredictable surroundings. Because of this, the orang functions like nature intended: powerfully and gracefully.
Primates and Real Humans Don’t Have Fake Bloated Muscles
The bloated bodybuilder of today, with his puffy counterfeit muscles, might be able to bench and curl a good amount, but ask him to move and be agile like a monkey and he’ll fail miserably.
I’ve never seen a non-human primate use weights or machines to build their great strength. I’ve seen some big dumb freak bodybuilders use them in the gym, but not a real ape in the wild. Nope, real primates and real men move their bodies through space, they don’t sit on their butts, especially when they exercise.
Why do we admire gymnasts with complete awe? Because they’re the most like apes: confident, powerful and can swing with utter fearlessness and ease. How did they get this way? The answer is simple. They started by mastering their own bodyweight, just like the apes and monkeys do. It wasn’t weight training – they wouldn’t even waste their time with such nonsense.
From Chump to Chimp
My name is Ed Baran and I, for one, did waste a lot of time lifting weights, thinking I possessed real strength. When it came to weights, I did it all in some twenty years – bodybuilding, powerlifting, olympic weightlifting, you name it. I always thought I was on the right track to gaining super strength until one day I found out the hard way that all my muscles were phony.
Let me tell you about my first wakeup call.
A while back my grandmother was sick with emphysema. One afternoon my mom and I had taken her to the doctor. When we got back to her home she was too weak to walk up the stairs to her apartment. I told her I’d carry her up the stairs. After all, it was only five steps up and I was a big 220-lb weight trainer so I figured this would be a cake walk. Boy was I in for a surprise.
I bent over, grabbed her in my arms and picked her up. I was shocked at how heavy she was. What’s going on here?! She weighs a ton! This cannot be! I thought “no problem, I can still handle it.”
I stumbled a bit and walked toward the steps. The first step took a lot out of me as I was already huffing and puffing. But I still had four more to go. “Uh-oh, I think I’m in trouble,” I thought. I forged on up the rest of the stairs using every ounce of energy and strength I could muster. I was getting more and more light-headed and dizzy with each passing step. As I finished the last step and got to the top, I felt myself on the verge of passing out. I placed my grandmother down on her feet as I grabbed onto the railing to catch myself. If there had been one more step I would have surely blacked out and fainted, bringing my grandma down with me in the fall.
I was completely fried. Every muscle ached like never before, I was gasping for breath and feeling sick to my stomach. After a while I regained my composure and wherewithal. I asked my mom how much granny weighed, expecting an answer like 200 lbs. I was stunned to hear her response – “about 140.” I could curl much more than that with a barbell yet I couldn’t carry that amount. Something is terribly wrong here.
That day forced me to reexamine my training methods, as it was becoming apparent that bodybuilding wasn’t giving me the functional real-world strength that I craved.
The final nail in the coffin for my weight lifting was when I was introduced to bodyweight exercises. After getting Matt Furey’s Combat Conditioning I was in for a rude awakening. I could barely handle any of these basic movements. How could I not be strong? I can lift my bodyweight over my head but couldn’t handle my own body. I was floored.
From then on I devoted myself to bodyweight calisthenics. I was so impressed with my strength gains and overall physical conditioning that, at the age of 35, I started studying gymnastics, the pinnacle of bodyweight exercises. After more than four years of training in gymnastics, and one year of coaching, I’ve furthered my understanding of strength and movement.
From my gymnastics experience as a coach and athlete, I was able to understand a whole different level of strength and power. I felt more and more like I was developing into a wild gorilla doing these exercises. This coupled with the fact that I kept hearing stories of how powerful primates were made me take notice of the strength of apes and monkeys: how an orangutan could crush a croc with just his hands; how five strong men couldn’t take down one little chimpanzee; or how a gorilla could pull his 500-lb frame with one arm.
I was fascinated. I went on a quest to find out the hidden secrets of ape strength and how I could acquire it. It was the next logical step in my strength training.
I researched the movement patterns of apes and monkeys; I studied their behavior and anatomy; I trained the way they moved, adapting and improvising where necessary to get the results I wanted. And the results were better than I could have imagined, and they happened fast:
I dropped more fat from my frame, my forearms grew in size and strength, my abs solidified in unique ways, my grip became like a vise, my muscles became more sinewy, my entire body developed into a more complete and efficient unit, and best of all I was functioning more like an ape. To find the ultimate in strength training, I had to wander the desert for 20 years to reach the promised land – the jungle of the great apes.
How to Get the Power of the Primates
Truth is you’ll never get as strong as a gorilla no matter how hard you train, but you can easily be three times as strong as the average man. If you’re not already that strong, then you’re doing something terribly wrong. You’re not doing the right things in the right way.
Think you can’t be three times stronger than the average man? You can be. In fact, you need to be in order to have a good life where you have reached your physical peak, not a shell of it. Now picture for one minute how strong YOU could be if you were to train the same way as an ape?
To get you there, Matt Furey and I have designed a course called The Primate Power Super Strength System. The sole purpose of this system is to give you the power of the apes. This program will give you true primate strength, no matter what your present level is. This is your opportunity to possess a functional power no one else has. A power which at times will make you feel invincible.
Not your Typical Recycled Pullup Course
There has NEVER been a course like this ever before. There is nothing even remotely like this out there. This is not a rehash of anything else you’ve ever seen. This is not a retread of anything that Matt or I have done. This is completely unique. Never before has anyone presented such a revolutionary and effective program that was actually patterned after wild apes.
This course will transform the average male – a feeble, flimsy and fragile flabster, a lily-livered lackluster loser, a wishy-washy wimpy weakling, a puny and powerless pansy pissant – into a robust rugged real man.
If you think its just a course on pullups and chinups think again because it’s not. Actually I don’t spend tons of time on pullups, but because I train like a primate my pullup strength has jumped through the roof. Pullups are great but this goes far beyond them.
The Evolution of Modern Man
It’s time for today’s man to evolve backwards… back to his real self. In The Primate Power Super Strength System we’ll show you how to go from a beached whale to a fierce gorilla. Just consider this an essential initiation into manhood. It’s OK, some men need to go back to Man School. And the way you do that is by learning from the apes. Young orangutans are taught how to move through the trees by their mothers. If they have to learn this then you can too.
This course has exercises and routines for anyone at every level, from complete beginner to advanced expert. With over 30 types of monkey movements, there are endless ways to train to become the king of the jungle. And it never gets boring.
The ape exercises in Primate Power give you a gorilla body, developing the entire back – upper, middle and lower – as well as building superior shoulders, triceps and biceps, not to mention making your core like granite. These ape exercises do wonders for the grip, giving you a crushing force in the forearm, hands and fingers. These ape exercises will pack slabs of muscle on your entire body.
There are also over 20 workout routines from beginner through advanced so you’ll never be at a loss or confused about how to train.
Primate Power Transforms You into a Powerful Human Being
By following this program you will reap many benefits and rewards. Take a look at what this course has to offer you:
• Two exercises that will help you build the greatest strength in the shortest amount of time.
• The reason why so many weak and wimpy modern men have elbow pain while primates don’t.
• Why primates don’t have back pain.
• How to train like the great apes.
• The orangutan secret for getting powerful and flexible shoulders.
• Workout routines that were taken straight from the jungle, and are fun and effective to do.
• How to get tough-as-nails tendons and ligaments of a gorilla – strong muscles aren’t really strong if you’ve got weak connective tissue.
• How to develop the orangutan’s crocodile-crushing grip.
• The ape exercises bodybuilders wish they could do to build huge back, shoulder and arm muscles but are too weak to even try.
• How to move with the grace and ease of a gibbon regardless of how big you are.
• How to beat the aging process – why the older you get the more important it is to do primate training.
• How to elongate and straighten your spine, improve your posture, and maybe add an inch or two of height.
• Lose your belly fat – the only primates that have flabby guts are humans.
• Gain confidence over yourself and your surroundings.
• The primate exercises that build lean and rock hard abs that pop out of your stomach.
• How to dramatically increase your energy to the levels of a chimpanzee.
• How to get the explosive and powerful legs of the apes and monkeys.
• Movements that simultaneously build strength in the lower AND upper body.
• And much more…
Learning to move like monkeys and apes will give you a thrilling and exhilarating feeling of accomplishment, confidence and pride, and will help you to overcome fear and anxiety. Think about this:
If you don’t do just a little bit of Primate Power training on a regular basis, then you lack the ability to gain dominion over yourself and your environment. There’s no other way to get that raw ape power where you can move your body through your surroundings with such ease and have such control over your own body. You’re not going to get it from a gym, that’s for sure.
The Primate Power Super Strength System can take any pantywaist, nancy-boy, fancy lad or dandy and turn him into a real man. I realize that there are sissies out there who’d rather stay a wuss. This course ain’t for them; they’d do best to stay as far away from this program as possible.
If, on the other hand, you wish to acquire the strength, the power and the might of the apes, then this is the course for you. And the best part of Primate Power is how simple it is. All you need are the three basic exercises a few minutes each day to get great results. For variety and health, and for reaching superior levels of athletic prowess, we’re also giving you 30 more exercises.
Primate Power includes a course book explaining all the ape exercises in detail. They are arranged in order of difficulty so you know exactly how to progress and evolve to super ape. Starting from the basics, Matt and I show you exactly how to go from a complete beginner with no athletic ability to an advanced level.
And don’t forget the Primate Power manual of Jungle Workouts included in the program. Each of the workouts use the ape and monkey exercises featured in the course and are categorized by difficulty, separated into sections for beginner, intermediate and advanced so you can gauge your evolution. We show you clear progressions on how you can go from meek to magnificent.
Now let’s talk turkey – or should I say “gorilla?”
The total amount for the entire Primate Power Super Strength System is available via digital download, and includes the course manual and beginner, intermediate and advanced workout programs is only $97.00, a mere pittance to reclaim your manhood. Think about it. That’s just $0.27 a day for an entire year, less than the price of a Coke and bag of blubber-inducing chips.
Both Matt and I want YOU to succeed and become the real MAN that nature intended you to be, the real man that is already within you fighting like hell to re-emerge. So make sure to click the order button below to start your re-evolution right now to download the course in digital format.
P.S. Let me repeat this critically important point: There has NEVER been a course like this ever before. There is nothing even remotely like this out there. This is not a rehash of anything else you’ve ever seen. This is not a retread of anything that Matt or I have ever done. This is completely unique. Never before has anyone presented such a revolutionary and effective program that was actually patterned after wild animals. And we’re only letting very few of these courses fly out the door. After that we’re pulling the product off the market. So if you’re straddling the fence of indecision in the least – get off it. Be BOLD – like a Gorilla.Take LIFE into your own hands and make something of yourself. Or … just sit on the couch munching away, getting fatter, more miserable and weaker by the moment. The choice is yours. I know what I’d do if I were you. What about you?
P.P.S. If you’re a woman reading this and feel left out, my apologies. You’re welcome to become a powerful Gorilla GIRL, as the system will work for you too.
“I’m writing this to say since I’m doing Primate Power more often through using my pull-up bar and doing gymnastics on high bar and rings I’ve gained strength far better with your exercises at a bodyweight of 207 pounds. I’ve basically been using your system for strengthening my grip for bending steel and tearing phonebooks which has worked tremendously well. I haven’t ripped a phonebook in a while for the last few weeks and I found a couple books at my college and again I haven’t practiced ripping them and I was able to rip an over thousand page phonebook without much effort. This has all done with Primate Power. I wanted to thank you guys for having this course out and I really can’t stop playing around with it.”
Santa Cruz, CA
“I received your Primate Power course and have tried only a few exercises with amazing results. The promo sounded almost too good to be true, as I think all of us are looking for the elusive magic bullet. I admit I was initially apprehensive upon seeing some of the exercises as I was concerned about my osteo-arthritis in the shoulders, but with each attempt things felt looser. After doing one of the basic exercises I noticed some amazing things. I could feel the realignment of the lower back, especially in the spinal erectors plus a great lat stretch. The next day the tendons in my hands felt as if I’d done an afternoon of gripping exercises. Then I tried another one of the basic exercises…Wow!! I actually think I did find the elusive magic bullet. It just took 8-10 seconds and I was sore for the next 2 days. Unbelievable. My upper back felt as if I’d been rowing all afternoon. The pecs, obliques, neck, thighs, almost every body part felt as if I’d been through a good 2-hour workout. And all this from only 15 seconds! In my opinion this one exercise alone is worth the price of the course. Some younger guys in the gym were curious as to what I was doing. A few tried this exercise and were somewhat taken aback as to how it gets the body from a new angle. The other exercises are remarkable as well. I believe the benefits of these exercises could translate to other sports, notably swimming. Truly revolutionary. Will we finally become the planet of the apes?”
Pembroke Pines, FL
“Just ordered the new Primate Power. After the course of one week my shoulders feel great, and I’ve been doing an average of 1,000 push-ups a day lately- so to say my shoulders feel great is very exciting. Also I was on hiatus for handstand push-ups for quite a while. Not anymore; I cranked out twenty this morning in one set. I feel like a great ape.”
“Hi everyone, I’m fairly new at CC, but slowly adding it up. I’m 51 now. I decided I feel so much better using Matt’s protocols that I looked forward to the new course on Primate Power. When I first watched it, I was a bit skeptical. Then I tried it. This stuff is not easy and it feels great. The exercises look simple, but I found them very tiring in short order. As I learn more in the course, I’ll try to add things in. This is wonderful stuff. Thanks!”
Steve Scates, M.D.
San Jose, CA