The Ultimate Fat Burner
This morning someone asked me about "fat burning"
supplements - and which I would recommend.
Answer: A daily dose of Combat Conditioning.
Now, when I say a daily dose of Combat Conditioning, I
do not simply mean doing the Royal Court (Hindu pushups,
Hindu squats and bridging). I also mean that you flip to
the back of my book and follow the workouts.
Make sure you do some rope skipping regularly. The best
ropes for this exercise are available at Lifeline USA.
Bobby "Sugar" Hinds invented a special type of rope built for
speed and comfort - they're the only ones I recommend. Oh, and
by the way, I call him Mr. Hinds "Sugar" because most people
don't know that he was a champion boxer in college - and he's
got the nose to prove it, if you know what I mean.
Anyway, after giving up the gloves Bobby later found himself getting
"soft" - so he took up L.S.D. (long slow distance) running. Then he
discovered that you could get the same benefits from 30 minutes of running
by doing only "10 minutes" of rope skipping. For busy guys like me, this
is a no-brainer. Drop the extra 20 minutes and master the rope.
Well, how bout those hill sprints I keep harping on? If you run
them 2 or 3 times per week, the fat will melt off you like sweat
dripping from a race horse. Then there's the "Scab Run" - named after
Keith Mourlam, an All-American wrestler at Iowa. Run a sprint, do
pushups. Run another, do more pushups. Etc.
Then there's the Karl Gotch Bible workout. Get a deck of cards -
any deck'll do. Even the "Deck of Weasels." Flip a card, do pushups.
Flip another, do squats. See my book for details.
Yes, there are some supplements that help burn the fat - but
none works as effectively as Combat Conditioning combined with
the Furey Fat Loss program.
Well, all for now.
Kick butt - take names!
P.S. If you already have Combat Conditioning, go here to
get my food program.
P.P.S. If you don't have Combat Conditioning, quit
lolly-gagging around. Tis time for a change. Go here and
start burning fat off your body like never before.