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May 06, 2013

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Isometric Weight Training Tips.

It's been a while since I sent out a newsletter - there's a few reasons for this -

1) Facebook, I can instantly communicate with my followers, subscribers and those interested in Isometrics in real time. Instant updates and I get to communicate with you directly.

If you aren't on my Facebook page - you really should get on it. It's filled with tips, insights, new program info and my own workout progress and details.

2) I've been SUPER busy.

I've been working on a brand new program that literally blows up your muscles! Some quick results....

How about an Increase in cumulative strength by over 1,000 lbs after just one 5 minute workout...

Or how about adding 24lbs of rock hard muscle to an already well developed frame...and doing it in less than 3 weeks....

That book is going to be available this month...HOWEVER I've also been developing something on the sly which I hope to bring to you this month as well....

It is something COLOSSAL.

Something I've NEVER done before and something that will revolutionize both and YOUR health, fitness and strength.

Here's a clue...I'm calling it...

Isometric Mastery

There will be more on that soon. In the meantime, there's a new article up on Isometric Weight Training - the Secret of Strength in Stillness -

and there are some new updates to the site.

In the meantime here are some of the major updates from the Facebook Page and if you want to stay in the loop I suggest you LIKE the page ( . ;-)


April 11th - "kihaku" - Just a little thought for you the next time you think about skipping your workout, or if you feel like taking it easy and not really applying yourself....In the koryu martial arts I study we have a concept - "kihaku". It is nothing less than the "unmistakable determination to vanquish". Do you express that when training?


April 18th - "Zanshin" is a term used to describe the sense of awareness cultivated by training in the old koryu martial arts of feudal Japan. In Iaido, the art of Japanese Swordsmanship this often refers to being aware of your opponents possible movements and actions. But it also refers to SELF-awareness, not just of the body but of the mind and the actions you take.

This came up recently when I was explaining an important point about diet to one of my patients. The samurai healer Ekikan once wrote that "enemy and ally battle it out in your stomach and the harm this does causes more than considerable damage. Rather than drawing the battle into your own territory it is far better to block it's advance".

What Ekikan is referring to is the warrior's duty to maintain good health and not over indulge in fattening or nutritiously void food. To do this requires Zanshin - awareness.

Is what you are about to eat an enemy or an ally...

Food for thought eh? ;-) ----------------------------

April 23rd Well that latest case study is going well. 14lbs of fat gone in 7 days. Let's see how this progresses over the rest of the month...


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All the best and talk soon,

Yours in health,

Paul J.O'Brien

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