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Monday, April 30, 2007
The first is the Biosignature modulation course at the Poliquin Performance Center. Mike Bystol is a great guy and offered me up free attendance, so I couldn't refuse! As the fat-loss industry grows, if you're not continually learning about what get results you're selling yourself and your clients short.
That weekend I'll be in Chicago (AGAIN!) for the Perform Better seminar. Needless to say, I'm really stoked for this seminar - even though I've had the privilege of hearing guys like Eric Cressey, Alwyn Cosgrove and Mike Boyle speak numerous times, you always take something new away from their lectures. Stuart McGill is also speaking this weekend, and as many of you already know I'm a big believer in his work. Finally, as I've said time again, you learn more OUTSIDE of the seminars when you're talking shop than you do while listening to a pre-planned presentation.
If you're in attendance at either of these seminars, stop by and say hi!
Friday, April 27, 2007
Here's the link, in case you missed it:
Lift Strong Newsletter
Alwyn wants $100,000 - but I think that's selling ourselves short. Like I said in the newsletter whether you actually read the material or not is irrelevant; purchase a copy today and do your part to help us defeat cancer forever.
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
I just returned from the second weekend of the Z-Health R-Phase certification. I can honestly say that Dr. Cobb and Kathy are two of the most down to earth and gracious people I know. They have a great way of teaching their concepts and helping everyone understand how to better teach and coach the drills. This would be moot, though, withut at least mentioning the rest of my NC crew - Bobby, Katie, Reggie, Connie, Geoff, Courtney and Raymer. I really enjoy the area and I'd love to take the I-Phase Certification next year as well. You guys all rock!
Now, I need to make some time for myself and figure out how all this fits into what I'm already doing. I've had great success using my system thus far, but I'm also not one to rest on my laurels - there are powerful tools here that I need to start incorporating into my programming. I guess only time will tell, but I think there's a lot of merit to what Dr. Cobb is doing.
Tuesday, April 17, 2007
I just wanted to let everyone know that Bulletproof Knees is HERE! All the raw materials are with our distributor, and the pre-order copies have already been shipped.
You can find out more about the manual and DVD by linking here:
At this point in time, I'd like to thank a few people for helping this come to fruition.
First, and more importantly, to my wife for keeping me balanced and showing me how much more there is to life than just work. I love you more than you know.
To Lisa Holladay, my amazing copy editor who takes a VERY rough object and smooths it into a clean and polished finished product. As I said before, I couldn't do this without your help!
To Jim "Smitty" Smith, for providing all the graphics and web design help. You are a true friend and someone that I highly respect within the industry.
To all the people who took the time to read through and review the manual in its infancy (Tony Gentilcore, Keith Scott, Jimmy Smith, Jim "Smitty" Smith, Bob Helfst, Alwyn Cosgrove, Eric Cressey, Bill Hartman and Mike Boyle), thank for you making this project even better and challenging me to improve and give 110%.
And finally, a big THANK YOU to everyone who supports me and purchases this product. I've co-produced several products now, but being my first solo project (and one that I've spent almost a year of my life developing), this one holds a special place in my heart. As always, I wouldn't be here today without the help and support of people such as yourself. Thank you!
Stay strong and get those knees BULLETPROOFED!
Monday, April 16, 2007
Get home, start the computer - nothing, nada, zilch. The little bugger needs a new power supply, and I have to order it directly from the distributor, which means I have to wait a week to get back up to full speed.
Luckily in the day and age of the laptop, I'm still up and running. Today's newsletter took a little longer than expected, but things are coming around.
As always, thanks for your support - and be prepared for a whirlwind of activity in the coming months. I've got a lot to do!
Thursday, April 5, 2007
Not only do you have over 800 pages of content from 50 top-notch authors, but all the proceeds go to cancer reserach. Whether you want the product or not is almost irrelevant! You get great content and all the money goes to a great cause.
Spread the word - the goal is $1,000,000 but I would love to see us do even more!