Just received an email from one of our fine soldiers stationed in Iraq. As you know, we don’t hear anything positive about what is going on over there. Yet, the boys continue to write and tell me how much my programs help them – and THIS is something that warms my heart. I think you’ll be touched by this letter, too. Here goes:
Fate had a funny way of telling me I was out of shape. I’ve been in pretty good shape most of my life. Of course, I can only attribute that to a very active lifestyle and an incredibly fast metabolism.
I never really did anything of my own motivation to stay fit. I’m a Marine Infantryman, an avid football player, and a competition martial artist. My teacher introduced me to body weight conditioning years ago, and it made me strong and fast like I didn’t believe was possible. But I ran into some trouble shortly after I joined the Corps. I did some extensive damage to my right knee, and under doctor’s orders, I was forced to undergo a very long rehabilitation program in which my normal exercises just weren’t allowed anymore.
After nearly three years of limited activity, the doctors finally told me I could start on my program again. The first thing I tried was a back bridge, mainly because I wanted to start stretching before anything else. It was sad, but I couldn’t get myself off the ground, much less complete the bridge. My legs and abs were so weak. My upper torso was stronger than it had ever been, but that didn’t amount to anything anymore. I was in serious need of some help.
That’s when I got blitzed by a combination of coincedence and convenience. A friend of mine told me about your Combat Conditioning program. He said he’d done it for a while, and it would be perfect for my recovery. Before I even had a real chance to check it out online, I was sitting on the crapper and picked up a magazine and saw your ad in there… on the first page I turned to.
Fate was slapping me in the face, and I was just taking it like a punk. I don’t like being a punk, so I ordered the book. AND THEN I looked online and saw everything else you offer.
I got Combat Conditioning about two weeks later in the mail (the Iraqi mail system is still so slow), and the first report I see is how to eliminate knee pain… then lower back pain. Wow, as if I needed anymore signs, right?
I’ve been on the program for nearly two months now, and I can honestly say that I’m in the best shape of my life. I’m stronger, faster, and more flexible than I have ever been.
Like I said, I’d been doing body weight workouts for years, but yours takes the idea to a whole new level.
Also, I’ve started to recruit guys too. I’m a testament to them. I’ve never done weight training in my life, and I easily overtake them in anything we do. Right now, I’m sticking to Combat Conditioning, but I plan on extending that collection very soon.
It’s difficult for me to express my gratitude for the kind of knowledge and assistance that you are offering. If there is anything I can ever do to help besides my continued support by buying products and spreading the word, feel free to just let me know. Until then, I plan on joining the Inner Circle soon so I can keep everyone posted on the incredible success I’m having. Thank you, for your time and your cause.
Cpl Miles Nelson
3/5, India Co
FPO AP 96426-0385
Cpl. Nelson, thank YOU for what you have written. You have my utmost respect and admiration. Keep kicking ass. And thanks so much for spreading the word about Combat Conditioning. Keep telling it like it is, too. Letting people know that they need to stop making excuses and “get off their ass” is a good thing.