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How to Get Rid of Flabby Arms
Received a funny story from Tammy in Kansas City,
Missouri, home of Arthur Bryant's and Gates BBQ; don't miss
if you're visiting.
Need A Remedy for Flabby Arms?
Try this exercise.
Begin by standing on a comfortable surface, where you have
plenty of room on each side. Put a 5-pound potato sack in each
hand, extend your arms straight out from your sides and hold them
there as long as you can.
Try to reach a full minute, then relax.
Each day you'll find that you can hold this position a little longer.
After a couple of weeks, move up to 10-pound sacks, then 20, 50,
and eventually use a 100-pound sack in each hand and again, try to
hold your arms straight for more than a minute.
Now, here's the most important part: After you feel confident at the
100-lb. sack level ... put a potato in each of the sacks.
I hope you got the 'inside' part of this one. No doubt some will be
confused - so if you are, go back and re-read and you'll appreciate
the humour in this one.
As you know, this Fure-Cat is a sarcastic animal, often prone to leave
a Cheshire Grin in the room after he departs. Evenso, I don't want
to leave you hanging. If you want to rid your arms of excess flabola,
do Hindu Pushups, as shown in my int'l best-seller, Combat Conditioning
If you cannot do a single Hindu Pushup yet - or even if you can do 100
straight, you can also dramatically change your arms by holding postures
for time. Just as you hold the bridge for time, the same can be done with
Hindu Pushups, handstands and so on.
So have at 'er with zero excuses.
That's all for now from Furey Central.
Kick butt - take names.
P.S. Oh, and by the way, just found out yesterday from Master Zhang DiYi,
my Chinese friend and teacher, who teamed up with me last year to create the
Chinese lovemaking health system - called Chuang Shang de Gong Fu - a great
program by the way that the CAT
is the teacher of the tiger. Want to know why. Are you a bit puzzled on this one.
Well, I'll reveal the lesson in a future email tip.
P.P.S. Major kudos and congrats to my Maximum Success coaching member,
Tom Djurdjevich, who just completed the Great Wall of China Marathon in Tianjin,
China. Is that awesome, or what. Tom was almost apologetic when he wrote to
give me the news because he "thinks" that I am opposed to marathon running,
etc. Truth is, I am all for any endeavor that gives you a feeling of personal
power and happiness. I personally don't run marathons (I did one), and I
think that long-distance running is bad for most people - but I am ALWAYS
in favor of you meeting your goals, whether they are what I'd do or not. I
don't like ping pong, either - but if my son ever takes it up and wants to
excel at it, then I am behind him 100 percent. Just as I am Tom. Again,