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Postby Admin » 15 Jul 13 17:48

There is no faster and simpler way to increase your speed than by following this speed training exercise program.

We all know that there are all kinds of practice drills, training equipment, strength programs and theories about how to get faster. Everyone has a technique or theory - and some of them work very well. You may even feel like you have tried them all yourself.

Even if you have never seriously worked at your speed then this is a great place to start. You will see quick and dramatic results in days just by doing these speed exercises for a few minutes a day, just 5 days a week.

And if you have already "tried everything" then this is the final piece to your speed training puzzle.

Guarantees results in days.

As far as your muscles are concerned, quickness and speed are not the same as endurance and strength and you won’t achieve great speed by only training for strength or cardio. Speed is not determined only by how strong your muscles are, but mostly by how quickly they react and contract.

To maximize your speed and power, you will need strength and skill so you can move yourself and others with ease. You will also need endurance so you do not tire quickly and have plenty of stamina.

You will also need muscle contraction speed, which ultimately will determine how fast you can move. And the faster you can move the more power you will generate.

If it is important for you to move and strike with greater speed and power and defend yourself quickly from attack then the Strike Faster Speed Training Exercise Program will absolutely raise your performance to the next level!

Maybe you are like many others who believe they can be quicker and have more power in their punches, kicks, and other moves and be better defenders but are frustrated in their attempts to become faster.

This may be because you have not been taught how to condition your muscles specifically for speed, acceleration and quickness.

You have available to you now one of the most highly effective, yet easy to use, and least expensive martial arts speed training programs ever available, designed exclusively by muscle speed expert, Dr. Larry Van Such.

Speed determines performance level

When you understand what makes muscles faster and why it works and how to properly apply it to specific muscles, you will have discovered the secret to making your muscles faster and how to achieve the level of performance that you are actually capable of.

By using this program and doing the exercises as described you will have the tools you to need to strike with more power, block with more quickness, and move with more agility like you have never experienced before.

This training program shows you exactly how to condition the correct muscles and the specific fast twitch muscle fibers that are critical to faster muscles

And if you are interested, read about how Dr. Van Such came across this training strategy and has now been teaching athletes how to get faster speed and better performance in all their sports skills for more than 10 years.

The secret to faster muscle speed

The best way we have found to condition muscles for speed is with an isometric training strategy using resistance bands. Performed the way we teach them, these exercises will condition for speed the specific muscle fibers in your muscles that enable you to get speed and power.

Fast Twitch muscle fibers are often ignored

Muscles are composed of basically two fiber types.

One type for strength, the ability to move against heavy resistance, and endurance, the ability to perform repetitions without tiring.

And another type of fiber is for speed, that is, fast muscle contractions.

The different fiber types is what gives muscles both strength and speed.

The bottom line, and what people have not grasped, is that you cannot condition your muscles for speed using the same techniques you use to train for strength. You may think you are making your muscles faster with strength training but your muscles will always know the difference.

This is why athletes are often disappointed with their speed training results.

You see, most training programs are not designed to or capable of conditioning your fast twitch muscles fibers for explosive speed and acceleration. That's because strength and endurance training will cause these fibers to ignore their natural ability to contract instantly and cause them to behave more like slow twitch - or strength - fibers.

That's why you can actually get slower after heavy workouts with weights and many repetitions.

In fact, once you start to exercise these specific muscle fibers, the way we teach it, you will likely discover that up until now they have been vastly underdeveloped.

If you think you are fast now, just wait until you unlock the speed that fast twitch muscle fibers are capable of.

This remarkable exercise program is designed to do just one thing and one thing only, and it does it very well - target and condition your fast twitch fibers in your upper body muscles, lower body muscles, and core areas for speed and quickness in all your movements.

And it does this in a simple, easy to follow routine that anyone can do, practically anywhere and anytime, without costly equipment.

This is not a program about technique; it is not about weight training, plyometrics or cardio workouts.

We are not saying that weights, plyometrics, and technique are not important. We believe that all around conditioning, including strength, cardio, and coordination as well as speed are important to an athlete’s success. Various types of training strategies are needed to fully develop all aspects of your performance.

This is designed to provide you with the tools you need to get faster.

What most have not yet discovered is that isometrics with resistance bands, the way we teach it, will easily outperform weights and plyometrics when it comes to developing muscle speed.

This type of muscle conditioning will result in you being able to strike faster, kick with more power, defend quicker and move more easily within days or weeks, not months. Coaches will be amazed, competitors will be awed, teammates and friends will be astonished, they will want to know your secret.

Conditions over 18 muscle groups in your legs, thighs, hips, upper arms, wrists, back, shoulders, chest and abdominal area for quicker and stronger movements.

This video is specific for running but still applies to kicking and can be used for punching in the same way. I will upload more specific punch training later.
Please do not confuse with with band training in any other way as some video`s show with movements.The idea is to hold position not to move thru a specific movement.


Isometric training involves no repetitions. isometric training is the sustained contraction
of a muscle over a certain period of time where the length of the muscle remains unchanged.

In other words, unlike weight training where the lengths of your muscles are always changing, as
in in performing a set of ten biceps curls, isometric contractions are typically held at a point
about halfway between a full repetition and then this position is held for 10-15 seconds.

Below are several tips on how to get the most from this program. Review them as often as
necessary as each of these tips holds a key to your success.
Tip 1. Perform approximately five minutes of light stretching before starting these exercises.
Tip 2. Use a watch or clock with a clearly visible second hand, so that you can accurately time
your isometric exercises.
Tip 3. The final position for each exercise should be held for 10-15 seconds. The amount of
effort you should be exerting during this time should be between 70-80% of your maximum
Tip 4. Isometric exercises are to be done with normal breathing. Do not hold your breath during
the exercises because this may cause a sudden increase in blood pressure and/or light-headedness.
Tip 5. If you experience any abnormal discomfort during these exercises, ease off just a little bit.
If the discomfort persists, consult with your physician before continuing.
Tip 6. Perform each exercise according to the Training Routine found in the appendix.
Tip 7. It doesn’t matter what time of day you exercise however, your body will respond best if
you choose the same time each day to train.
Tip 8. Pay close attention to the way your body position is shown for each exercise, because
correct positioning is needed to isolate specific muscle groups.
Tip 9. Periodically check your resistance bands for any wear and tear. Replace them when
necessary to prevent them from breaking during an exercise.
Tip 10. To reduce the resistance for a given exercise, create a longer loop with your band, use
bands with less resistance and/or position yourself closer to where the band is attached.
Positioning yourself closer means the band will not be stretched as much thereby reducing the
Tip 11. To increase the resistance for a given exercise, use two bands together, use bands with
more resistance and/or position yourself further away from where the bands are attached.
Positioning yourself further away will cause the bands to stretch a little more adding to their
Tip 12. Always train within the physical limits of the band. What this means is, no matter how
much effort you are exerting for a given exercise, the exercise band should still be capable of
stretching a little further. If the band is stretched to its maximum, you will essentially turn the
band into a static rope or cable, incapable of returning any hyper-elastic force back. This greatly
reduces its effectiveness. If this situation ever occurs, see Tip #11 on how to rectify it.
FIRST IMPORTANT NOTICE. Consult with your physician before beginning this exercise
SECOND IMPORTANT NOTICE. Muscles listed underneath each exercise are considered the
primary muscles involved for that exercise. Other secondary muscles may be involved but not

listen carefully to what he is saying watch again and again if neccasary.

Give this a try. Whats your view on it.Leave your comments below. :jetsun: :p
video 1:

video 2:

The below transcript will help you to understand even more why isometric training with rubber bands is the only way to train your muscles for speed by transference of contraction from the band to your muscle memory.

There are a lot of misconceptions about isometric speed training.

Regarding isometrics and its value as a training strategy and before I get into some of these misconceptions I want to first explain to you what isometric training is.

Isometric training is a training strategy where you apply a constant force with your muscles for about ten seconds. With Isometrics there are no repetitions involved as in weight training and plyometric training and so the lengths of your muscles never change.
A good example of this is if you held a 20 lb weight in your right arm and performed a biceps curl and held a position about 1/2 way up without moving your arm for ten seconds. At this point, your arm is no longer moving, but a force is still being applied.

The way isometrics was taught years ago dealt strictly with using weights as the resistance aid and not resistance bands. And still today when you mention isometrics to coaches, trainers and athletes that’s the only thing they think about.
One area of isometrics that these people are familiar with is using isometrics to help athletes get past a sticking point in their bench press. This is where the coaches would study their technique and figure out where in the repetition they were the weakest, and then he would make them hold the bar at that same position for as long as possible.
But our programs don’t teach using isometrics with weights. Instead, we teach Isometrics using
The resistance band for the resistance, and there is a very important reason for doing that which I will explain to you in a minute.

Now resistance bands aren’t necessarily new, you will see people working with them all the time, but you don’t exactly hear anyone claiming to become faster by using them. (but you don't exactly hear anyone claiming to make a significant breakthrough in the speed, such as dropping their 40 yard dash time by 3/10's of a second or more.)
And the reason for this, I believe goes back to what I call a weightlifting strategy or a weight
lifting mentality. A lot of people are conditioned to do repetitions with every type of exercise. For example performing dumbbell curls, bench presses, jumping up and down off of boxes, over and over again, as in plyometric training, that when they get a resistance band in their hands, they do the same thing; they start forcing their muscles through repetitions.
And I am here to tell you that if that’s the case, performing repetitions with resistance bands will not make your muscles contract any faster either.

So, let me summarize for you what I have said to you so far. Isometric training with weights won’t help you get faster and using resistance bands with a weightlifting strategy (that is, performing repetitions) won’t work either. It’s only the combination of isometric training with resistance bands that makes muscles contract faster.
This is what I believe many so-called speed training experts, trainers, coaches and athletes never
take into consideration. Again, when you mention isometrics, they immediately think of using weights for resistance, this won’t work for speed; and, when you mention resistance bands, they
Immediately think of performing repetitions with them, which again, won’t work either.
Now let me clarify that last statement, any training routine that involves putting your muscles through repetitions is not good for speed.

And I know this goes against what a lot of you listening out there have been taught. We are constantly being told about the no pain no gain theory. And That’s a good mantra for strength and endurance training, but lets face it, do you or anyone else really know or heard of anyone having a major breakthrough in their athletic speed by involving themselves in a routine that literally forces their muscles to complete exhaustion?
And, for those who may be thinking about promoting plyometric training, which also involves a
lot of repetitions, they should consider this: Running is a plyometric exercise involving
repetitions with your legs. And if all you had to do to run faster was to go out and run (a plyometric exercise), then each time you ran, you should be faster than the previous time. Right? But we all know this is not true. This is because running more won’t make you faster, rather,running more will give you the strength and endurance to run longer.

For a better understanding of exactly what a training routine that involves repetitions does to your muscles and how it conditions them specifically for strength and endurance and never for speed, I have put together an entire seminar on this subject that’s due out shortly after this one.

Now there are some who may ask, doesn’t performing repetitions really fast make you faster?
And again, the answer is no. And the reason why will be explained in the next seminar.
And I will also tell you why could be hazardous the speed in which a muscle contracts.
Part II
Now, back to isometric training with the resistance band. I want to give you a little insight as to how and why the programs work.
So let me start out by asking you a question: If you were to stretch a regular elastic band from the ground up to about three feet, and at the same time you released the top end of the band, you dropped a barbell weighing about ten pounds from the same distance, which do you think would hit the ground the first?
Well, in case you are wondering, its the rubber band.

In fact it wouldn’t even be close. This is because, in this example, we are dealing with two very different types of forces, or for those of you listening interested in physics, two very different types of energy.
The two energy types are gravitational energy with is found in weights and Elastic Energy which
is found in rubber bands.
Now you don’t have understand any of this to actually benefit from it, but sometimes its nice to know why something works. And the reason why a stretched rubber band will beat a barbell plate or dumbbell to the ground every time is because the acceleration properties that exist with a
rubber band are far superior to the acceleration properties that exist in weights. Weights have a standard acceleration known as the acceleration of gravity, which for you physics students out there will remember is 9.8 m/s2 or 32.2 ft/s2.

But, the acceleration properties found in our resistance bands is many times greater than this. This makes them unquestionably the best speed training tool you’ll ever find IF YOU KHOW

Now here’s how it applies to speed training, you are going to like this. Let’s start out again by taking a simple rubber band. You stretch it and then release one end of it. What happens? Well, the rubber band contracts back toward you, doesn’t it? and with amazing speed too. Now imagine taking a very large rubber band, like a resistance band that you see at your local gym, you stretch it apart, and instead of letting go of one end, you hold it apart for ten seconds. Now what is happening?
Well What’s happening is that the elastic energy properties that exist within the stretched resistance band, the speed of contraction properties if you will, get downloaded or transferred directly into the muscles that are opposing it.
This information is now being stored in your muscle memory.

So in effect, you are training or programming your muscles to respond with the same acceleration as the resistance band ­ that is to contract with amazing speed when stretched. And the reason why your muscles will do this is because they are elastic in nature as well. They too share similar qualities like a rubber band.
But, the thing to understand here is that you cannot get this type of elastic contracting effect through weight training or plyometric training. And I’ll clear this up for you in the next seminar.

Also, it doesn’t even matter if you increase the amount of weight you are training with because the acceleration of gravity remains the same no matter how much weight is involved.
Therefore the elastic energy found in the resistance bands is what makes them the ideal training device to transfer speed into your muscles.
Now one other thing I want to mention here is that you cannot use just any type of resistance band Some bands are too weak regardless of what level or resistance you use and, likewise bands are too strong. After using many different types of bands, the ones I've found to be the most effective are the ones produced by a company by the name of CANDO.
The CANDO elastic bands, I believe, are the ones that most accurately resemble the elasticity
found in your skeletal muscles. And as a result, this makes them the most suitable bands to use when it comes to speed training.

Now I want to talk about a little bit about skeletal muscles. Skeletal muscles are the muscles that create movement in our arms, legs and so forth. All of them are designed for strength, endurance
and speed. And you might be wondering how is it that one muscle can perform these different
And the reason your skeletal muscles can perform different functions is because muscles are made up of different fiber types; These are your slow twitch fibres and fast twitch fibres which everyone seems to be talking about these days.
Now I will discuss these two fibre types in greater detail in the next few seminars. But for now, The thing we need to understand here is that because our muscles have these two different fibre types, they have to be trained differently. In other words, you cannot train for speed in the same way that you train for strength.
But the interesting thing that I’ve seen when I looked into a lot of the different so-called speed
training programs on the internet and in the bookstore is that practically all of them are very similar to strength and endurance programs. Some of them are almost identical.

But you have to ask yourself, if there are two different fibre types in the body with two different functions, wouldn’t you think there should be at least two different ways to train you’re your muscles? Because I certainly think so.

Here is a list of some exercises for you:
Here they are:

Cable pulls with weights, lunges, squats and pushups. Now let me ask you this, what
type of athlete or sport do you think this training program was designed for?
Some of you might be thinking of an Offensive or defensivie lineman in football?
And if you are, you’re right, lineman in football do these exercises to help them get stronger to block for the quaterback and open holes for running backs on offense or to fight through blocks on defense, but this same information was found on a golfing website. And that website claimed that by doing these you will be able to swing a golf club faster!!!

Now I don’t know about you, but this makes absolutely no sense to me.
Up until now there has been very little difference in strength programs and what people are advertising as speed programs. And I know this leads to a lot of disappointment for you out there trying to become faster by using them.

That is what makes isometrics with the resistance band so vital to speed training. Because the fibers that produce faster muscles respond to this type of training. Fast twitch fibres, which again
I’ll talk about another time, won’t respond to weight training and they won’t respond to plyometric training. In fact, when you do these types of exercises, you are literally re­training and
Re¬programming your fast twitch fibres to behave like slow twitch fibres –. Not only will they not make you faster, but they will probably make you slower as well.

This is why you will always feel wiped out, totally exhausted after doing plyometrics and weight training. These routines strip your muscles of their elastic contracting ability which makes even doing the simplest routines afterwards such as washing your hair or brushing your teeth almost impossible and likewise shooting baskets or hitting a golf ball?
However, after you train with our programs you will immediately start to feel lighter, faster and more responsive. This is the complete opposite of what happens after using these strength training programs.
And if you’ve read our testimonial page on the website you will see the excitement in the athletes who have used our programs because it is such a thrill for them to finally be able to affect such a positive change in their speed and quickness.

So a well rounded training routine really should include speed training as well as strength training, but it will do you no good if your so-called speed training program is really a strength and endurance program in disguise.
And the way to know this is to ask yourself these three questions:

Number 1,
Does your current training routine involve repetitions,

Number 2,
Does your current training routine take longer than 45 minutes to perform.

Number 3,
Do you feel tired, heavy and sluggish afterwards? In other words, do you feel slower instead of faster when you are finished?

And if you answer yes to these three questions, then you do not have a speed training program, you have a strength and endurance program.

And I will be willing to bet that a lot of people out there would answer yes to these questions.
And again, what most coaches and athletes do not understand is that muscle speed cannot be developed by training for strength. That is why most athletes are always struggling to increase their speed with little success.
Now it is sometimes said that speed is something you are born with and cannot be developed. Don’t believe this for a minute. If you use the resistance band with an isometric training strategy
the way our programs teach, you can actually develop this trait. I’ve seen it done literally
thousands of times and it’s a lot easier than you would expect.

Now I’m going to end our discussion on isometric training right here.
In the next seminar on slow twitch fibres and slow twitch training programs, I will clarify a lot of what we talked about today and hopefully further prove to you how using the resistance band with an isometric strategy is really the only pure way to train for speed.

People ask me where do i train and practice martial arts. I tell them i practiced kung fu way back when Bruce lee was alive.I trained with White nights under Derek Gordon who frequented the monastery in China. It took me a lot of years to come across someone who had the same dedication and taught Kung fu , Sanshou and wu shu along with varies other styles in a similar style to what i had been accustomed to.

Russ also lived with the monks for a while and is a professional Swordsman.

His name is Rusty Bury of Tempest Martial Arts in Oswaldtwistle Lancashire.

One of the nicest and dedicated person i have met who also does a lot for charity and has become a great friend.
Any one who wants to learn martial Arts or requires a personal trainer i would highly recommend him. You can find him on face book. Childrens and adult classes.
I myself have attained my Black Sash 1st Degree under Tempest martial arts with Russ.
Bruce Lee
"Pound-for-pound one of the fastest and quickest athletes the world has ever seen."

We received a couple of testimonials a while ago regarding Bruce Lee and the martial arts. One was from Jaacob Bowden, a professional golfer with an event record of a 421 yard drive.
He wrote: "The martial artist Bruce Lee is known for being pound-for-pound one of the fastest and quickest athletes the world has ever seen. Through my research, I found out that isometrics were a big part of his training regimen.
As I was looking for ways to increase my own golf swing speed, I decided to implement isometrics in to my long drive training using the very same bands you can get here at”

The results were phenomenal! Using the bands to complement my other training techniques, I increased my maximum club head speed to 155 mph and hit an event-record 421-yard drive to win a qualifier for the Remax World Long Drive Championships. Consequently, we now advocate the use of isometrics training with resistance bands as a part of our overall swing speed training programs at Swing Man Golf. Isometrics with resistance bands for higher swing speeds and longer drives really do work!"

The other testimonial came from H. Ray ChoHoRyu - Karate Kobudo Federation, Puerto Rico. He wrote: "Hello, I been using your technique isometrics and resistance bands together 10 days now and my speed has improved about 18%. My whole body moves faster now, and I am much lighter. I just move faster now, and the routine is quick. I love it. I still have a long way to go because I am a martial arts expert, but I have to check what works and what doesn’ t work.” This technique combining isometrics and the resistance band together is the secret to speed in any sport... PS. I am 50 years old and I move like a 25 year old. You found the SECRET TO SPEED TRAINING ... GREAT WORK."

Until receiving these testimonials, I had no idea that Bruce Lee was such a big advocate of isometric training, although I am not all that surprised. I also hadn’t really thought much about its applications in the martial arts; and, this may be the subject for my next book. But, the reason for this article is to reinforce the value of including an isometric training program into your existing training routine. Who better than Bruce Lee to help me convince you of doing so.

How did Bruce Lee get to be one of the best athletes in the world?

If you’ve watched any of Bruce’s movies, you would have no doubt come away believing that he was someone with a very special talent. His lighting- quick moves and chiseled frame might have some people thinking that there was some sort of Hollywood special effects taking place. The things he was able to accomplish, physically, seem to defy nature. But the truth is, there were no special effects.

In Bruce’s case, it was a matter of devoting himself to being the best he could be. Few would argue that Bruce Lee was, and still is, considered to be, pound for pound, the best athlete in the world. But how did he get this way? It would be easy for most of us say he was simply born that way, but from what I have been reading, Bruce Lee actually spent an enormous amount of his time reading about different workout routines, training strategies, diet etc. and then implementing these ideas and concepts every waking minute. He evaluated the results of his training strategies, kept the once that worked best and eliminated the rest.

He was incredibly devoted to his training, and his body showed this. He also had perhaps one of the lowest body fat percentages ever for an athlete, and he credits isometric training with helping him develop his lean muscle mass and become the person he was and the one that left a lasting impression on the rest of us. Isometrics was an important part of his daily training routine.

What were Bruce Lee's isometric training routines like?

Bruce Lee was born in 1940 and died in 1973. Back then there were no such things as using resistance bands for isometric training or any athletic training for that matter. What was commonly used as an isometric tool were things like a towel or rope that you would do pulling motions with. You would hold each end of the towel in a separate hand, hook the towel around your feet or a pole, and pull towards you for about 10 seconds.

Or, maybe you looped the towel around a bar above your head and pushed downwards to work your triceps. Sometimes you may have just pushed against a wall for several seconds. But more often than not one’s own body weight supplied enough resistance along with muscles opposing other muscles in the body to create resistance.

From what I have been able to research, Bruce’s isometric routine consisted of just a few exercises. Each of these exercises was held for between 6-12 seconds. Lee strongly felt that each session should be approached with nothing less than 100% intensity, although we now know that 60-70% effort will get the job done, thus reducing your chance of injury.

Some of these exercises were a press-lockout, press-start, toe-raise, pull, parallel squat, and shoulder shrug. I am not sure exactly how they were done; but, just by the names, it would be reasonable to think that he simply was using his own body weight for resistance.

One of his favorite exercises was isometric training for punching power. It was one of his favorites, because it built power and speed at different ranges. To do this exercise, he used a rope or karate belt. He held the belt in both hands and assumed a fighting stance, placed his left hand behind his back, wrapped the other end around his shoulder and threw a short range punch with his right hand. He held it for 6-12 seconds then extended his punch to ¾ distance, held for another 6-12 seconds, then extended his punch all the way and held for 6-12 seconds. He became famous for his lightening punches and his legendary 'one inch punch'.

Bruce Lee's power was in his tendons as well as his mucles

Most of Bruce’s power (speed and strength) was tendon power, not muscle size, and was developed through stationary (i.e. isometric) “motion”.

With a body weight of around 135 pounds, it is reasonable to assume that his speed and strength did not come from large muscles In fact, his superior power (speed and strength) was very disproportionate for someone his size. The isometric power that Bruce had is what is known as sinewy power, which means strong-like tendons.

Tendons are the connective tissue that attach muscles to bone, and they play a very big part in your muscle speed and strength. Muscles grow in size when you lift weights, but tendons grow when muscles meet resistance but don’t’ move, i.e., isometric training. This is why bodybuilders, who take steroids to pump up their muscles, often rupture tendons by doing simple activities such as climbing stairs, because while the size of their muscles grew, the strength in their tendons did not, leaving them weak in proportion to the activity being performed and resulting in injury.

Tendons are often compared to acting like strong rubber bands for your arms and legs; and, therein lies a very important clue as to how to develop the blazing speed, quickness and power that Bruce Lee possessed.

Could Bruce Lee have done even better with isometrics and today's resistance bands?

Here’s what we know so far: We know that Bruce Lee was heavy into isometric training. We know he developed lean muscle mass and athletic quickness by using this strategy. We know that while weight training develops big muscles, isometric training develops both muscles and tendons. We also know that tendons, as well as muscles, are very similar to rubber bands, as far as their actions are concerned. (What happens when you stretch a rubber band, release one end of it? It contracts with amazing speed!)

But, here is what we know or have, that perhaps even Bruce Lee didn’t know or have: We have, by far, a better isometric training tool that we can use to shape and quicken our muscles. We have the resistance band, a far superior training device, when it comes to increasing muscle speed, than a towel, rope or belt.

The resistance band, unlike a static rope, belt or towel, actually gives back elastic speed into the muscles and tendons when using it with an isometric training strategy.

And, all of the training programs on our website center around this principle. Bruce Lee knew the value of isometric training. One can only imagine how much more he could have accomplished had he had rubber bands to train with. Maybe he did and just didn’t tell anybody.

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Simple but effective.After using this technique you will be able to close people's eye lids before they can blink haha
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For those of you who are used to heavy Gym work this will feel like your not doing anything.But it is a completely different concept and is not meant to build muscle.This really does work.More specific videos to come.
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