It’s never a good idea to bang your head against the wall in the hopes of improving brain functions. Yet, figuratively speaking, some people insist on doing so.
And when you do your best to help them out of their self-imposed trap, they get upset with you. Better to leave ’em alone.
Pain is a great teacher, I’ve found. When you get hurt, you have time to re-evaluate what you were doing. You can ask yourself if there IS a better way. You can deliberate upon the idea that perhaps you were sold a pile of bull puke about weight training reducing injuries. It doesn’t. When you shorten and tighten muscles, you increase the likelihood of injury.
It’s a tough pill for many to swallow.
But the cure is better than the illness. The cure is bodyweight exercises, such as those I teach in Combat Conditioning.
Hopefully, you don’t get too old before you get smarter about how you train.
The exercises in Combat Conditioning lengthen and strengthen while giving you functional athletic ability.
Animalistic-style strength can be yours by following the methods taught in any or all of these courses.
Long-time Furey Faithful have them all, and they’re all the better because of it.
How about you?
Time to get out of pain. Time to lengthen and strengthen.
Too soon old, even later smart is not a good motto to live by.
Get stronger and smarter sooner, rather than later.
Kick butt – take names.