If you’re like most people, you want to learn how to squat for many of the reasons listed below:
- You want a great body and to feel confident about yourself.
- You love training and want to be able to lift later on in life, so you want to protect your knees.
- You want to get more power, faster and stronger
- You want to keep your back safe, because you know if it goes on you, you’re in trouble
- You want to learn to do it. right and be great at it to see the best results
You love to lift and you want to keep learning (If so, you are my new best friend!)
Heck, you also want to feel the high of a smooth lift that you thought you could never do before.
I’m going to be upfront here. I’m 5’10, about 175 pounds normally, and have none of the genetic traits that could have led me to a star studded sports career.
In fact, you’re sitting there reading this with an untapped potential that I never had (a great coach) that can be easily unleashed, but you need the know how to get the wheels in motion.
And I want to be a part of it. But I’m gonna be brutally honest, technique is the most important part of lifting for two reasons:
- To prevent injury.
- To let the right muscles do their job (less than 5% of the world’s population know how to lift and the other 95% are headed down a hard road and for some, that road is getting bumpy with injuries already, and I don’t want you to go there).
I train all types of people to lift like the best in the world, and as I do, their body changes faster than ever before. Strength increases quickly, muscles become lean and toned and the best part is, they aren’t destroying the most precious thing they possess – a healthy, fit and youthful body.
Would you believe that the biggest secret to a great body, a body that doesn’t age as fast and displays great strength and power is in the technique?
When you’re 60, do you wanna look and feel 40?
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The lowdown is this
Less than 1% now how to lift like those at the world level
Let’s face it, it’s a huge high to lift heavy, set goals and then reach them. And it’s just as important to take care of your body while you go through this life, and this is the part that few understand.
At the level I was trained at, we look at what’s going on under the skin even more so than what’s going on outside of it.
What I mean by that is, you may be able to lift heavy, hell, you’ll even work towards a perfect body that will A) make you feel great, and B) grab the attention of the opposite sex.
But what happens when you get injured, and when the Doctor tells you you’re lifting days are over? Will you be able to handle that?
You do want to look, feel and be as strong as you are now, if not stronger, 20 years from now, don’t you?
Do you know how much money it would cost to buy back your health, your vitality and your youth?
Sadly, it’s a price you can’t afford, because, at the moment, not a single person on this earth has a bank roll big enough to buy back what does not exist. The ability to regenerate a worn out body.
But you see, the beauty is, it does exist, it is the body you were born with, one that you were given to take care, mold, sculpt, treat right and enjoy while you journey through life.
You control how it goes through life and how it changes, and ONLY YOU can age it faster, break it down and destroy it, YOU and no one else.
Would you eat sugary donuts all day, along with chocolate bars, chips and soda?
Because in the world of lifting, in the iron game, poor form, poor mechanics and a lack of knowledge are the poisonous sugars and salts that will destroy you.
Unlike the sugar damaging the cells internally, you will be destroying the very fabric, the very foundation that your happiness hinges on. Your body, its ligaments, tendons bones and joints.
Avoid the poisons of ‘amateur” coaching.
You’re probably wondering, “Who the heck is this guy”? It’s true, you may not have heard of me, but you can easily remember me.
I am the trainer who still keeps his shirt on when he coaches.
I also had cancer as a child and know through living it, that when you’re sick, or immobilized and even stripped of your health for any period of time, life sucks!
And unless you know how that feels, you won’t truly be aware of how perfect form can keep you from destroying your body.
I’ve seen athletes as young as 11 years-old, broken, damaged and depressed because their body is already severely injured! It’s tragic!
In the last 10 years, I’ve been fortunate enough to get world level coaching from my colleagues, which has taught me to not only lift like the best, but also to generate extreme power when I lift, play sports and rescue the damsel in distress.
Okay, I haven’t formally done any rescuing, but I am prepared if this situation should arise!
Most of my coaching years (13 +) were spent in the world of high performance training athletes where I got a first-hand look at biomechanics.
I have traveled often and still do, to train with world renowned biomechanics experts, top strength coaches and some of the world best technical coaches in their respective sports.
Have you ever noticed that the best athletes in sports are not that big, yet they can smash a home run no problem (Darryl Strawberry), explode the tennis ball off a racket (Andy Roddick), jump over people to dunk a ball with little effort (Michael Jordan), shoot a puck (Al MaCinnis) that moves so fast off of a stick that the goalie doesn’t even see it coming?
These individuals have learned skills that can be applied when learning how to squat. Some were born that way with no coaching and it came naturally, while the majority was fortunate to have great coaches teach them.
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