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PostSubject: Survive Through Training   Fri Jan 25, 2013 8:16 pm

Survive Through Training

Published January 22, 2013 | By Joe Chizek




All strength is given to you by applying the visualization technique through the use of a strong mind called, “The WIll.” It is the ability to push yourself through tough situations that will be presented to you while training and during the developmental process. The developmental process is a series of steps that we all take to become better. It’s understanding is of extreme importance for survival and conquring of goals in the gym with an application to real life scenarios.

A bodies weekend state goes against the creative process of living and performing to our greatest abilities. It leads us into a shrinking existence vs one that is meant for espansion, expression and happiness. Negative images are formed and breakdown occurs taking our strength and ability to survive along with it. Learn to stay away from all of that through training and keeping the idea of maintaining strength, power and the ability to overcome all obstacles.

“Now remember when things look bad and it looks like your not going to make it, then you got to get mean, I mean plum mad dog mean. Because if you loose your head and give up then you neither live nor win and that’s just the way it is.” Clint Eastwood

The following workout was ripped right out of the Survival Strenth Program for you. If you enjoy this workout I’ve got dozens of exercises and training routines with challenges and goal setting formulas to go along with it. It’s loaded with info and I know you’re going to absolutely love training with this program. Set your goal then strive to achieve it.


“The More Storm The More Strength”



Beginner A:

1) One Arm Dumbbell Push Press 5 x 5 reps

2) Sand Bag Front Squats 4 x 6 – 8 Reps

3a) Dumbbell Walking Lunges 2 x 10 reps

3b) Pushup 2 x 12 reps

4a) Recline Rows 2x 12 reps

4b) Back Ext 2 – 3 sets x 10 reps

5) Abdominal Circuit – Planks 15 – 30 second hold, Leg Raise x 10 reps, Knee To Elbow x 10 reps per side.

6) Tabata Conditioning – Jump Rope



This workout is designed for the development of strength in the first phase of training which will be later used for the increase of athleticism and power. These workouts are designed to promote an elevated level of confidence which will allow you to set specific goals in your life and lifting in relation to you chosen activity. Your specific goals are personal to you and should only be shared with people that believe in you. Do not let the naysayer dictate who you are to be, be who you feel you want to be.
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