Years ago, when I was a collegiate wrestler at the University of Iowa, our coach, the legendary Dan Gable, an Olympic champion in 1972 – had a workout for us that we called “pushup poker.”
You’d deal a card and crank out the number of pushups on the card – then you deal another, and so on, until you’d completed the entire deck.
Twas a grand workout and it got your upper body strong incredibly fast. But think of this – it was only ONE exercise – and it left much of your body wondering, “What about me?”
After college I trained with a pro wrestler and he told me about an exercise program he developed with a simple deck of playing cards. His students in Japan referred to it as their Bible.
It proved to be a great routine consisting of Hindu Pushups and Hindu Squats.
But once again, it was only two exercises and although both are mega powerful – something MORE was needed to create the perfect, totally balanced bodyweight fitness program.
So I got to thinking about having the perfect routine for virtually anyone. And once I came up with it I didn’t just test it out – I decided to make things even easier for you and me to follow the routine. Read the rest of the story here…
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Power Quote of The Day
“Those who think they have not time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness.”
— Edward Stanley