Have you ever seen a primate that you want to tangle with?
Even a little monkey would be more trouble than you can imagine.
Monkeys are quick, agile, nimble, powerful and unpredictable.
You might think monkeys are the only primates that are so quick, but I would advise against getting close enough to an ape or gorilla to see if you can outrun it. I would also advise against using ju-jutsu or any other form of submission fighting to “tap it out.”
Don’t laugh. Years ago I posed the question: Do you think you could slap a rear naked choke on a silverback gorilla and get it to submit?
One person replied as follows: “If you could sneak up on the gorilla, I think you could.”
This was the height of anthropomorphizing. To think you can “sneak” up on an animal who’s senses would pick you up before you got close, is crazy. But to think your human arm could wrap around a gorilla’s neck, it boggles the mind.
If memory serves me correctly, a famous zoo gorilla in the U.S. has a neck circumference of 40 inches. Even it it was 25 inches, how you going to wrap around that. Moreover, even if you did, the gorilla could break your hand and forearm with a slight tap – and pull your shoulder out of its socket as it sling-shotted you into a wall.
Primates are strong. Real friggin strong.
Straight out of the shoot, primates are genetically superior to humans when it comes to strength.
But the gap doesn’t have to be nearly as large as we make it out to be.
That’s why, several years ago, Ed Baran and I came out with a program called Primate Power. We only made it available for a limited time. Those who got the program raved about their results.
Recently, we decided to release the program again, in digital format, and at a dramatically reduced cost.
Look, if you want greater strength, might, power and athleticism, latch onto a copy of Primate Power NOW.
If you’ve had any nagging shoulder pain, assuming you’re not in need of surgery, this program may be the fix you’ve been looking for. The first couple exercises alone are well worth the entire amount of this program.
Primate Power – it’s your backstage pass to explore the world of strength and fitness from a primate’s perspective.
Kick ass – take names.