Not to mention the wonderful supplementary exercises! I think Matt remains a controversial figure because he puts out some products with questionable presentation quality followed by questionable marketing. But Combat Conditioning itself is pure gold and Matt seems to be a gifted grappler with a true talent for putting together exercises that help strengthen you, stretch you out, and restore a great deal of energy in your spine! CC for now is good though. Biggest thing about CC is to work up to the hindu squats, and keep your heels flat for starters.
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Then take the Combat Conditioning Test! Dear Friend, I was the total skeptic. Instead of weights, Karl said I could get into FAR better condition with bodyweight calisthenics alone.
After all, I had read about the Great Gama of India, a wrestler who followed this same type of program and was unbeaten in 5, matches. Not to mention how lightning fast and fluid he was. Not only that, but there was Herschel Walker, a Heisman Trophy winner and All-Pro Running back who did pushups and sit-ups each day.
So that made me think even more. I failed the test. I could not do 25 Hindu Pushups, followed by Hindu squats, followed by holding a back bridge for three straight minutes. I felt power coursing through my veins. I felt euphoric. Matt Furey, 50, doing an exercise from Combat Conditioning. I had elbow tendinitis, knee and back pain, shoulder and wrist pain.
I regularly visited a chiropractor to have my neck and back adjusted. I woke up in pain and hobbled around for the first hour of the day. On occasion my right knee would swell. I visited an orthopaedic surgeon and he suggested removing my bursa sac.
Again, all this by age You cannot say the same when you train with your own bodyweight. Aches and pains from years of training disappeared. My body got flexible where it was tight. Muscles that were and could not be reached with weight training, got super strong. I had power, strength, stamina and endurance, all at the same time. Over the course of 3 months my body and my mind changed big time.
In fact, for your consideration, here are 12 of the most amazing benefits that I have gotten from The Combat Conditioning System. I blow-torched off my excess body fat so quickly that I could eat more than I normally did and still look better than ever.
I simultaneously doubled my strength and flexibility — and did so without needing separate workouts. I quadrupled my endurance inside of 30 days. The chronic back and shoulder pain I had from years of heavy squats, deadlifts and bench pressing went away within a couple weeks.
And much of that pain had been with me for nearly 10 years. I sleep like a log. Eight hours of deep sleep is no longer a goal. My self-confidence grew by leaps and bounds. I learned how I can train anywhere. I have absolutely no excuses and my body is loving me for it.
Just my own bodyweight. I get a kick-butt workout done in 15 minutes or less. My friends tell me I look 10 years younger than my age. My muscles are like a pliable and powerful tiger — ready to pounce on prey in a heartbeat. So there you have it. The 12 reasons why The Combat Conditioning System is the best fitness program on the planet. But forget about me. I use your courses regularly. I like your no-nonsense approach. Particularly as I get older, bodyweight exercises are quick, flexible, all-encompassing and convenient.
Keep up the good work! A 12 — 1 championship season last year was our reward. Thank you sir. I am now totally off the weights, and, to tell you the truth, I have never felt better or been more flexible in my life.
I feel great and have lost no size, strength, or muscle mass… as a result I scored the maximum number of points on the Army Physical Fitness test. You are doing great things, and I and the U. Army Officer Candidate School owe you a lot. CPT Judd D. Mahfouz — Infantry Dear Mr. Furey, Let me say I have benefited a lot from both your Combat Conditioning program. Your exercises have given me a tremendous advantage and combined with my other routines shadowboxing, sparring, bagwork, wind sprints, and grappling drills have gotten me into the best shape of my life.
While platoon PT consists of mostly running and incorporates some bodyweight exercises i. You can see the difference and God knows, I can feel the difference. Thanks for helping us kick ass and take names in a hellish and unforgiving manner. Follow along with me on this DVD and you may be my next student who can easily rep out straight Hindu squats without a break.
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Then take the Combat Conditioning Test! Dear Friend, I was the total skeptic. Instead of weights, Karl said I could get into FAR better condition with bodyweight calisthenics alone. After all, I had read about the Great Gama of India, a wrestler who followed this same type of program and was unbeaten in 5, matches. Not to mention how lightning fast and fluid he was. Not only that, but there was Herschel Walker, a Heisman Trophy winner and All-Pro Running back who did pushups and sit-ups each day. So that made me think even more.
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I loved the whole program and really started to get after it and like many of your other customers, the pounds starting dropping fast. I lost the 30 xtra in no time flat. They ate it up, too. What a deal for me.
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