Some people don’t care to see any more of a connection between their mind and their physical performance than psyching up to get a few more pounds on their bench press, or telling themselves to push it a couple more minutes on the treadmill. Some people don’t desire to go any deeper into exercise than sweating. This manual is not for those folks.
I’ll explain how this manual wrote itself, and you can determine if it’s the Guidebook to Total Physical Culture, as it has been for me, and my clients around the world.
Exercise is a simple thing, and doesn’t require any philosophical banter in the exhilarating physical challenge of it. But many people want to understand how “it all fits together.” Many people want to maximize their efforts, minimize fluff, and see consistent development and progress. Those more lofty goals require a level of sophistication in approaching what old-timers turn of the last century called “physical culture” – which is basically a yoga-like philosophy creed integrating all physical activities, from boxing to weight-lifting to swimming.
Many people crave in their physical culture the sophistication of yoga or martial art. If you’re one of those people, then this manual may be of use to you. It’s my ‘formula’ for learning how to progress from the novice’s thrill of beginning to the master’s clarity of precision in any sport, discipline or exercise.
Many people are like I once was - just a simple person craving some substance in your physical journey. If this describes you, then this amalgam of my 25 years of competitive sports, exercise and coaching may help you navigate more efficiently and more expediently to avoid pitfalls and accelerate development.
If you’re a doubting Thomas cynical of the “hottest trend,” then you’ve found the perfect manual for maintaining healthy skepticism while launching your abilities sky-high by jettisoning the baggage of unnecessary frills.
I wish you all the excitement, adventure and progress your physical odyssey can unfold.
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