I get this sort of question all the time. A reader will ask me if there’s any difference between two of my programs or courses.
I understand the concern. You don’t want to get a course that is essentially the same as another one you already have.
The truth is that, with the exception of various versions of Combat Conditioning, none of the programs I have created are essentially the same.
Combat Conditioning is not the same as Combat Abs or Combat Stretching.
Farmer Burns 1914 by-mail course, Lesson in Wrestling and Physical Culture is not the same as Gama Fitness or Primate Power.
Speaking of the last two programs I mentioned, let me elaborate.
Dao Zou is a shamanic reverse-training program that dramatically improves your sense of balance and gives you an overall feeling of well-being. It eliminates the stresses of the day and helps improve the health of your knees, hips and lower back. It also helps you unplug from the onslaught of negative emotions, gives you an enhanced ability to focus while improving your memory.
Power Postures-Tiger Tendons is an entirely different animal. It loosens all the major joints of the body through a series of postures and exercises that are partly isometric. Then there are the spiraling exercises that activate the tendons and put a powerful springiness into your every movement.
This program also greatly improves athleticism and martial arts skills. It ramps up your energy as you learn to physically and mentally relax.
It also teaches you how to become more explosive, putting pep into every step or move you make.
And it strengthens the tendons of the body, which are the weak link of most people. Most injuries that people sustain, including the injuries that happen to the big, strong and freakish athletes you see on tee-vee, are tendon injuries.
Strengthen your tendons and add spiraling energy to your movements and you give yourself a new body that some would refer to as “bulletproof.”
Is it really bulletproof? It is not, but it will definitely feel invincible compared to what you have now.
Here endeth the lesson.