I'm an Austrailian guy seeking to find out if convict conditioning is the answer I need. I've spent the last 11 year working on reaching the goals I believe in and all those goals resulted in a broken back, knee, and shoulders that tested my limits. I can't let this continue. I've tried every method or nut and bolt product at the gym, I've tried cutting out the carbs, protein, and most other things I've come across in my quest to learn how to get strong. Now I've found this method that makes sense to me. I'm good with things, it's this that I struggle with. I've seen what CC1 has done with people and I want to do the same. I don't care about being big, it doesn't really matter. I want to see the weight lift off of my back, my shoulders, and my knees. Any tips would be appreciated and I'm interested in your thoughts on this book for my situation.
Convict conditioning has not done anything for me but great bodybuilding. Still learning but following their fundamentals. I used to be big like most men my age but have kept him to a skinny like stature. I find big to be intimidating, the other day I was in a bar and a lady flirted with me! I would have been a bigger guy if I had been bigger. I still have a ways to go before I get ripped. 7% body fat right now. I still have a long way to go but I have learned (moved from being sloppy to disciplined) that I am building strength and muscle and it is the only way to get ripped. Thanks guys
I have only read the first part of the tutorial but I think someone might want to add something about building muscle mass? I, for one, have tried to do bodybuilding for a long time. Hardly ever, actually, but to put on a little size I just ate a lot of good food and lifted a lot of weight. When the bodybuilding stopped, then I got leaner and heavier in the arms. Now I want to build up the muscles again, but I have been exhausted. I don't think building muscle is necessarily making muscle and I have to work out twice as long. d2c66b5586