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Combat Conditioning: You Don’t Need A Gym Membership To Get A Great Workout.

By Toby Rey

Don’t have the time to stop by the gym? Don’t want to spend your money on membership fees and monthly dues? Then I have the workout program for you! Let me let you in on one of my secrets…I’ve said I’m a blue collar worker…well yeah…I’ve worked as a firefighter for the last 20 years. Before that I worked as a framing carpenter for six years. Those are hard jobs! Prior to having to work for a living (Yeah, before I started the Journey of the Broke) I spent my teenage years in competitive martial arts. I was a five time state champion in Kumite, which is a point system tournament style of kickboxing. I’ve spent my entire life working out to stay fit enough to do the job. I’ve done countless hours of cardio and thousands of reps on the weight bench! I couldn’t even say how many situps, crunchs, pushups etc I’ve done. So, I know what I’m talking about when I’m talking about exercise…and I’m talking about GO MUSCLE, not SHOW MUSCLE!

You see, weight training can give you strength, cardio training can give you endurance. But Combat Conditioning gives you both at the same time. I decided to add Combat Conditioning about 7 years ago when I found Matt Furey’s program. Now, I’m not going to say I just use his program! Why not? Because fitness is about using all the tools available to you to trick your body! Believe it or not, your body gets into a rut when you just train one way. It develops a memory of it’s own when you train and learns to expect what output is necessary in response to the stimulus it is receiving. To really improve and be fit you need to mix it up! I use many different programs (I’ll be adding more reviews on those later) to trick my body into responding to different stimuli so it doesn’t get into a rut. Combat Conditioning is a great addition to the workout toolbox!

Probably the best reason to use Combat Conditioning is that it is not only really powerful but also extremely portable. You can do the Royal Court anywhere and in minutes have completed a great workout that leaves you exhausted and dripping in sweat. All you need is your own bodyweight to do the exercises. Add in the Magnificent Seven and you’re just done for the day. Better have some rehab planned and some protein ready.

You are not limited with Combat Conditioning either. The program shows you many other exercises that you can try out in addition to those showed in the Royal Court and the Magnificent Seven. Each exercise taxes your body in ways that your gym routine just can’t.

Combat Conditioning is available in book or DVDs. I highly recommend the DVD format. The books are next to useless except for cheap gifts to your friends. The DVDs are available now for only $67. The set usually goes for $100 or more so I would say if you are interested in adding more options to your workout toolbox now would be the time to get this program!

Since you want to get the best deal on Combat Conditioning then visit and rock your workout by adding bodyweight exercises to your routine!

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