The Naked Warrior: Master the Secrets of the super-Strong--Using Bodyweight Exercises Only [NOOK Book]

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Have you noticed-the greater a man's skill, the more he achieves with less? And the skill of strength is no exception. From the ancient days of Greek wrestling, to the jealously guarded secrets of Chinese Kung Fu masters, to the hard men of modern spec ops, warriors and allied strongmen have developed an amazing array of skills for generating inhuman strength.But these skills have been scattered far and wide, held closely secret, or communicated in a piecemeal fashion that has left most of us frustrated and far ...

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The Naked Warrior: Master the Secrets of the super-Strong--Using Bodyweight Exercises Only

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Overview

Have you noticed-the greater a man's skill, the more he achieves with less? And the skill of strength is no exception. From the ancient days of Greek wrestling, to the jealously guarded secrets of Chinese Kung Fu masters, to the hard men of modern spec ops, warriors and allied strongmen have developed an amazing array of skills for generating inhuman strength.But these skills have been scattered far and wide, held closely secret, or communicated in a piecemeal fashion that has left most of us frustrated and far from reaching our true strength potential.Now, for the first time, Russian strength expert and former Spetsnaz instructor Pavel has gathered many of these devastating techniques into one highly teachable skill set. In The Naked Warrior Pavel reveals exactly what it takes to be super-strong in minimum time-when your body is your only tool.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780938045878
  • Publisher: Dragon Door Publications
  • Publication date: 1/12/2003
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 180
  • Sales rank: 112,577
  • Age range: 10 years
  • File size: 7 MB

Meet the Author

Pavel Tsatsouline, Master of Sports, is a former Spetsnaz physical training instructor and a nationally ranked athlete in the Russian military applied sport of kettlebell lifting.He is the author of seven books and numerous videos on strength and flexibility.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2005

    Not worth the money and time

    Mr. Tsatsouline took principles in his book power to the people (witch by the way are anything radical and new) and applied to bodyweight exercises. But what's frustrating is that he came up only with 2, both very difficult for people who aren't in great shape. The secret exercises this time are single leg squat, and one hand pushup. Now everything I told is included in this book for only 30 dollars. Don't sound so good now? Plus in order to fully develop your body muscle must be targeted from variety of angles, witch this book fails to provide. So I doubt that these 'secret' exercises will create super strong. If you are looking for bodyweight exercises Push Yourself to Power by John Peterson.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2008

    Become a true superhuman

    This book is very outstanding, overpriced...yes, but what counts is in the book it-self. It does only have to moves you use to workout with, but it's how you do them that counts. If your new to the game of fitness, this is not where you want to start at just yet, give it some time and work your self up to a good level of fitness then get this book. Become a true superhuman.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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