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Convict Conditioning How to Bust Free of All Weakness Using the Lost Secrets of Supreme Survival Strength How Do YOU Stack up Against the Ultimate Measures of a TRUE Man According to the tenets of Convict Conditioning a TRUE man can achieve AT LEAST one set of one arm pushups each side with the ELITE

  • Title: Convict Conditioning: How to Bust Free of All Weakness Using the Lost Secrets of Supreme Survival Strength
  • Author: Paul Wade
  • ISBN: 9780938045762
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • Convict Conditioning: How to Bust Free of All Weakness Using the Lost Secrets of Supreme Survival Strength By Paul Wade, How Do YOU Stack up Against the 6 Ultimate Measures of a TRUE Man According to the tenets of Convict Conditioning a TRUE man can achieve AT LEAST one set of 5 one arm pushups each side with the ELITE goal of 100 sets each side AT LEAST one set of 5 one leg squats each side with the ELITE goal of 2 sets of 50 each side AT LEAST one set of 1 one arm pullups each sidHow Do YOU Stack up Against the 6 Ultimate Measures of a TRUE Man According to the tenets of Convict Conditioning a TRUE man can achieve AT LEAST one set of 5 one arm pushups each side with the ELITE goal of 100 sets each side AT LEAST one set of 5 one leg squats each side with the ELITE goal of 2 sets of 50 each side AT LEAST one set of 1 one arm pullups each side with the ELITE goal of 2 sets of 6 each side AT LEAST one set of 5 hanging straight leg raises with the ELITE goal of 2 sets of 30 AT LEAST one set of 1 stand to stand bridges with the ELITE goal of 2 sets of 30 AT LEAST one set of 1 one arm handstand pushups with the ELITE goal of 1 set of 5 Well, how DO you stack up Chances are that whatever athletic level you have achieved, there are some serious gaps in your OVERALL strength program Gaps that stop you short of being able to claim status as a TRUE man The good news is that in Convict Conditioning Paul Wade has laid out a brilliant 6 set system of 10 progressions which allows you to master these elite levels And you could be starting at almost any age and in almost in any condition Paul Wade has given you the keys ALL the keys you ll ever need that will open door after door after door for you in quest for REAL physical accomplishment Yes, it will be the hardest work you ll ever have to do And yes, 97% of those who pick up Convict Conditioning, frankly, won t have the guts and the fortitude to make it But if you make it even half way through Paul s Progressions, you ll be stronger than almost anyone you encounter If you re a 3 percenter, in particular, then this book is for you Have at it

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    1. It s been a year since I started following the exercise program presented in this book and I thought it only natural and appropriate that I should add it to my database here on This book has changed my life short and simple It has made me dedicate and apply myself like no other book, person or whatever it is that inspires people to change something about themselves I have come to truly appreciate and embrace physical effort where once I shrank away from the slightest exertion Never in my life ha [...]

    2. This may be the book with the longest and silliest subtitle.Premise Strength through progressive calisthenics using body weight as told by a former prison inmate.Actuality A body weight approach to fitness Very sound tips on injury, great explanation of forms starting with very beginner e.g wall push ups to cross fit games exercises e.g hand stand push ups The prison story Likely fake given the following disclaimer names, histories and circumstances have been changed partially or completely Quic [...]

    3. Despite the fairly terrible marketese title, this is a worthwhile read if you re interested in doing bodyweight strength exercises.Unlike a similarly pitched book I read recently You Are Your Own Gym The Bible Of Bodyweight Exercises For Men And Women which was very focused on doing extreme, intense exercise and progressing fast, Convict Conditioning has a lot of emphasis on taking things slowly, perfecting the form of various exercises, and progressing slowly and steadily toward long term impro [...]

    4. Well, where should I start I was excited at first The whole concept made a whole lot of sense to me, but Some exercises are purely theoretical and not achivable the way Paul describes it Let me explain Lets discuss one arm pushup as an example Extremely strict form is described and Paul specifically emphasize this form in the book However when readers pointed out the fact that this form is kind of impossible, Paul releases an FAQ list where he is opposing his fans with words like thats the way w [...]

    5. Presents 6 ultimate body weight exercises, ranging in difficulty from you might already be able to do this one legged pistol squats and hanging straight leg raises to nobody has ever done this before, or at least posted a video to prove it on YouTube one arm handstand pushups The other 3 exercises are one arm pushup keeping the arm in and feet close together, this is really difficult , one arm chinup, and stand to stand back bridges hard in any case, but much harder with your feet close together [...]

    6. Convict conditioning is a workout program based around six very difficult body weight exercises Basically you start with an easy movement e.g wall push up , and move through a 10 step progression until you end up at the master step e.g one arm push up The science of this program seems solid to me, and as an ex gymnast I know that calisthenics is a legit way to get a strong and muscular body The movements outlined in this text are natural for the human body, and the gentle progressions will allow [...]

    7. My nephew turned me on to this book, written by a man who spent over 20 years in federal prisons and compiled an awesome amount of research into bodyweight training calisthenics if you insist , the history and the benefits Actually, it s debated that Wade may in fact be fraudulent in claiming this prison background, but whoever the author is, he s obviously done his research It s a pitiful attempt to try summarizing this book, but let me hit the key points Very, very few workout enthusiasts toda [...]

    8. Como todos los libros de esta editorial, tiene un primer cap tulo que es absolutamente prescindible donde el autor nos cuenta sobre los trozs de su vida que ha pasado en prisi n, lo duro que es, y c mo el entrenamiento de los HOMBRES HOMBRES es el entrenamiento con peso corporal Totalmente ignorable.El resto del libro es, simplemente, excelente.El autor se pronuncia por 6 ejercicios que cubren todos los m sculos del cuerpo, y crea una progresi n en 10 pasos para dominar las variantes m s dif cil [...]

    9. I don t even know where to start with this book I am a little embarrassed I bought into the marketing First off, three weeks into this program I started losing strength In hindsight, this isn t surprising, as doing the volume weekly load as recommended in the book contradicts a lot of well known strength training principles Second, one of the exercises to strive for in the book is multiple one handed handstand push up There seems to be no one who can actually accomplish this feat that we know of [...]

    10. I really like the progressions and exercises planning that s laid out here Definitely a must have if you re into bodyweight training Awesome workouts and training, and great step by step instructions Negatives the book came off a little schlocky with the whole ancient prison knowledge and secret squirrel prison techniques My cousin is a jail guard in a federal pentitentiary and he told me it s a bunch of BS Most inmates hit the bench press and don t really know what they re doing There s no anci [...]

    11. This Book will Take you away from your Gym forever.The Author explains 6 simple exercises are all , that takes to build a rock solid body The Book combines with logic and steps for someone who has never worked out , to train him to most difficult workout that can be possible for any human to do.I am convinced d i am sure after you read this , you will be too.

    12. Narration and style 0 5Paul Wade almost certainly doesn t exist His macho backstory about being a rough, tough convict is cringeworthy in the extreme For the love of God, skip all this make believe nonsense and head straight to the nuts and bolts of the book The evangelism of callisthenics over all other forms of training is also ridiculous and annoying, especially when the author starts talking about dreaded functional strength Reminder to whoever actually wrote this book For a powerlifter, bei [...]

    13. The actual program is okay, but there s far better out there The marketing and convict premise of this book really turned me off Reminds me of those old ads in the back of magazines promising to turn you into a killing machine in 30 minutes with secret green beret techniques or some such nonsense I also think the author is a figment of Dragondoor s imagination, and an ingenious marketing ploy which is fine if the information is good Dragondoor really went downhill after losing Pavel, and they se [...]

    14. Convict Conditioning lays out a program of bodyweight training to build strength and physical ability in the absence of standard gym equipment Despite some palm to face moments there is a lot to like here The tone the author takes at times is plain juvenile There s a lot of unnecessary tough guy posturing and talk about how guys in gyms are weaklings As with a lot of fitness training books there s an all or nothing attitude that says that my method is the best and nothing else is worth consideri [...]

    15. This is such a great book for someone who wants to get in great shape in their own time All of the exercises are completely charged by your own body weight, so no need to fight for a lot of equipment at the gym The author really takes time to explain his rational for the six exercises he advocates, and even time describing how to do them properly This will be part of my new workout regimen for the new year.

    16. Not the first book I d recommend in this category Overcoming Gravity, Never Gymless and Naked Warrior will give you far better results minus the rivetting fictional convict backstory Honestly, in addition to superhuman convicts this book even incorporates Navy Seals all the elements required to hook the minds of young impressionable wannabe warriors typically found on the dragondoor forums.

    17. A very concise and well written guide to body weight exercises Covers all the bases, from anatomy to correct body postures with illustrations and the step by step guide implementing the well thought out six basic exercise approach with progressive ten steps in each is really helpful and efficient.

    18. Interesting theories about bodyweight strength training and some good programs about the back of the book Shame about the macho man, prison chic marketing but don t let that put you off the contents.

    19. Sorry folks, the emperor has no clothes A mediocre calisthenics program cloaked in a fictional convict storyline, designed to draw in the naive or wannabe tough guys.

    20. Functional primer into calisthenics some take the convict veneer for a gimmick, nevertheless a very useful book helping you understand the basic trivia about body weight movement.

    21. Great approach to strength training, useful progressions and routines, but the tone is off putting and arrogant I m giving the program a go.

    22. My brother got me onto this book and I must thank him greatly for it.I have been a follower of Pavel s Naked Warrior philosophy and exercises for about 10 years now and have gotten a great deal out of them.but, there have always been things about Pavel s style of writing that have bothered me First off, his train of thought is never linear when he has an idea concept to get across and he doesn t lead in to hard exercises, with easier ones in a logical or progressive way, it s much of a mishmash [...]

    23. Besides all the stuff in the beginning which isn t too detailed or important This book is great, It really taught me that I need to take a step back and get the foundations down and build raw strength, balance and stability Exercises I was doing before , I was doing wrong As i do the easier versions of a pushup or leg raise I feel like it is working my muscles a lot better This book wont give you massive muscle gains right away but it will save you joint pain and give you a good guideline to go [...]

    24. I love how this book pares the exercises down to the basics In my opinion, it s the most simply expressed bodyweight training book for learning the basics You probably don t need than this in the process to achieving a good foundation I am not far into bodyweight training, but the exercise progressions look good.I disagree with the recommended days, sets and reps for training The fastest strength gains can be achieved by training hard 3 days per week with 3 sets of 5 heavy reps To ease transiti [...]

    25. Reading the book is mostly a complete waste of time.Just google the relevant progressions for example, here is an info graphic for the pushup sequence It is the best introduction to calisthenics, IMO Also, start the progressions at Step 4 or Step 5 unless you are morbidly obese or suffer from some disability you should be able to skip the first three steps.

    26. Convict Conditioning is definitely my favorite series regarding body improvement and health, I started this program nearly 5 months ago and it has been great I have learnt so much from this Complete, essential, functional.

    27. Honestly, one of the best fitness books I have ever read The book changes my life, my workout and the shape of my body Following this book will turn you into a muscle machine It is not easy and may take a while but best of all you don t really need a gym.

    28. So, a specific book But I needed to read this book to understand what I really need to transform my body No iron, no gym Only your own weight, walls, and floor The basic principles of the old school of gymnastics is the solution.

    29. If you want to learn logic, criteria and examples to start and develop for a while on progressive callisthenics, this is your book.

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