Awhile back I had a private, closed-door meeting
with several men and women that I coach.
On a Saturday morning I put them through a number of
deep breathing exercises combined with abdominal
It didn’t take long for these men, most of whom are very
experienced athletes/fitness fanatics, to be groaning in
delightful agony. They not only got the workout of their
lives in about 15 minutes – but all remarked how tight
and DIFFERENT their abs felt. And that was the same day –
not a day later.
Such is the power of the deep breathing and muscle flexing
exercises in Combat Abs – http://ffadmin.wpengine.com/combat_abs.html –
yet, one of the exercises that ‘nuked’ them most were the variations
of the wall chair.
In the revised edition of Combat Conditioning, pages 42-43, you’ll
find how to do the wall chair. Essentially, you form a chair position
with your back against the wall. Simple enough, but when you add
deep breathing, abdominal flexing and changes in foot position and
stance – oh my goodness … the fat burning power of this exercise
is cranked up several degrees.
Remember this: When you exercise, don’t just move your limbs.
You’ll get very little benefit – even when using weights. Make
sure you incorporate deep breathing into the exercise and …
you are, quite literally, doing a completely different exercise.
I don’t care if you’re walking, peddling a bicycle, holding a bridge,
or doing Hindu Squats and pushups … integrate deep breathing with
all you do and your results will come so much faster you’ll wonder
why no one else is giving you the straight scoop.
Kick Butt – Take Names,
P.S. You can find the link for my Combat Conditioning
book and DVD’s, as well as all my other products at