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Matt Furey Combat Conditioning

Matt Furey Combat Conditioning Review

The Matt Furey Combat Conditioning course is famous simply because it continues to achieve great results. Whether you want to be strong enough to pull up a tree with your bare hands or you want to lose weight and get strong at the same time they work period.

The basic exercises that he recommends are only a small part of the bodyweight exercises that he advises. He has published fitness and strength training manuals that can be found online which are now in the form of eBooks, etc. It is these eBooks that you will see exercises that you have never seen before.

For example he has a series of animal exercises that copy a bear walk, a monkey jump, a snake walk, Gorilla walk etc. are just some of these. You might look stupid when you are doing them but they will get you fast results in strength, flexibility and fitness.

Some of the exercises that Matt Furey has become famous for making so popular are wall walking. This starts standing with your back and heels flat against the wall. Then take two steps, heel to toe, until you are 3 feet from the wall.

You then lean backward with your hands stretched above your head for support. Next, slowly move your hands down the wall working through the wrists. Continue walking as far as you can, or until your head lightly touches the floor. Your chest will be facing the ceiling in an arch. Next turn to your stomach and stand up again counting as one repetition. Repeat until you have done one to three sets with 10 repetitions.

Another exercise that he strongly recommends are the Hindu Push-Ups. Push-ups test wrist strength and build the stabilizer muscles in the forearms. Start this Hindu push-up with your hands on the floor about shoulder-width apart. Your feet will be on the floor and your legs a little wider than shoulder width apart.

Try to do this full push-up without kneeling on the knees. The starting position is with the glutes in the air and your head looking back to your heels. Next slightly bend your elbows and lower your body in a circular arc. Eventually your arms will be straight, your chest will be lifted up, and your hips will almost touch the ground. Look to the ceiling, and then push back toward your heels once again counting as one repetition. Repeat until you have done one to three sets on the toes, and eight to 10 repetitions.

The last exercise that is going to be discussed in this article is the Crag walk. Crab Walk which will use the wrists to support and move the weight of the upper body. In this exercise, turn your back to the floor. Then take the palms of your hands and soles of your feet and place them on the floor.

Do this by pushing off the hand and soles until you are in a bridge position. Then, holding this bridge position, move backwards like a crab walking. Keep your glutes off the floor, and the core tight as you move. Also make sure to keep the wrists aligned with the elbows and shoulders so you use the correct muscles. Try walking for one minute at first, and then progressively increase your time.

In my book "The Muscle Experiment" I talk about how I was able to put on a solid 39lbs of solid muscle in less than 6 months with bodyweight training, and exactly how YOU can do it as well. In case you haven't downloaded The Muscle Experiment, I suggest you download it immediately and start implementing the little known techniques. This alone should put you on the road to massive size and strength.

To your success,

Mike Thiga

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