The Naked Warrior: Master the Secrets of the Super-strong, Using Bodyweight Exercises Only

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Dragon Door Publications, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 195 pages
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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 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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Review: The Naked Warrior: Master the Secrets of the Super-Strong - Using Bodyweight Exercises Only

User Review  - Stephen Redwood - Goodreads

2 exercises: single arm press up and pistol squats explored at length. Lots of enthusiastic, empirically based, confident assertions and advice. Engaging with plenty of padding, but if you want to be able to do either exercise this quite clearly tells you how. Read full review

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

User Review  - Goodhew - Goodreads

One of the best bodyweight books currently available imho. Learned a lot, and really gave me a new perspective on the definition of strength. Really turned a lot of pre-conceived notions I had on their head. Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Pavel Tsatsouline, is a former Soviet Special Forces physical training instructor, who helped Dragon Door Publications initiate the modern kettlebell movement.

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