Master Your Muscles
for Unbelievable Strength,
Effortless Control and Supreme Health
Use the Muscle Control Exercises and Methods that Gave Maxick, Otto Arco and Other Strongmen Their Incredible Strength
Can you move like this? Do you have complete mastery over your individual muscles?
Let me tell you a little of the story of Maxick, the best known muscle control artist in the world. Born as a small child and attacked with rickets, he shortly became a robust young lad through his practice of muscle control. He went on to become one of the strongest people of his time, while maintaining a very small bodyweight.
Here are Maxick’s Amazing Feats Of Strength at a Weight of less than 147lbs:
The Only Exercise You Need?While muscle control is an integral part of gaining true strength, you will be aided by other exercises, which could include weight lifting, bodyweight exercises or much more. Here is what Maxick had to say about it:
The great thing is that the practice of muscle control can be added on top of whatever you're currently doing to bring greater benefits. It takes little time for a little practice, although you can choose to go very long with it as well.
"I do not, and never have, claimed that by muscle-control alone, unaided by mechanical exercises, each muscle may be brought to its highest state of development: but I do claim that mechanical exercise, either with or without apparatus, will never produce the limit of strength and development of which the individual is capable unless combined with muscle control."
Muscle control does not tax the muscles the same way that most exercise does. In fact, through contraction and relaxation you can even aid in recovery from your other workouts.
How Muscle Control Makes You Strong
This topic is covered even more in depth in the books and DVD's, but for now a simple explanation will suffice. When you try to lift a weight your muscles contract to do it. The stronger the contraction the more you can lift. This is one side of muscle control, the simple aspect that most people see and never move beyond. By learning to contract your muscles, harder and better, you'll be able to lift more weight.
The other side, and even more important aspect of muscle control, is RELAXATION.
When you contract maximally, notice that surrounding muscles contract as well. This includes the antagonistic muscles to the one's you're trying to lift with. These means you're stepping on the brakes the same time you're stepping on the gas!
But through the proper practice of muscle control you can unlock those breaks, using the exact amount of contraction where needed, and keeping everything else relaxed as needed, for Effortless Strength.
Many of the old time strongmen were practioners of muscle control. Eugene Sandow would sit and read his morning newspaper while "flicking" his muscles. This, he said, was all the exercise he needed.
The Mind-Muscle ConnectionHere's what Maxick had to say on the matter:
"THE SERIOUS student of muscle-control will soon become aware of the fact that his willpower had become greater, and his mental faculties clearer and capable of increased concentration. Thus it will be observed that the controlling of the muscles reacts upon the mind and strengthens the mental powers in exactly the same proportion that the control of the muscles strengthens the body and limbs."
When you increase your ability to control your muscles you are building better connections in your body. This also builds better connections in your brain.
When you've established some proficiency in muscle control (you don't have to be a master of it) your capability to pick up new skills both physical and mental will increase.
This is part of the reason I've been called a Physical Culture Renaissance Man. That's because I can do so many different physical and strength related things well. In fact, I love to go to places and "show them up" or at least perform really well without having devoted time to practice at it.
Increase Your Health
One area of muscle control stands above the rest. That's the breathing and abdominal exercises. Why? Because these not only effect the muscles but the internal organs.
The effects of exercises like The Vacuum and Abdominal Rolling on the internal organs are powerful. In fact, back in the day Maxick and his parnter Monte Saldo pitched muscle control as an aid in curing many ailments and diseases for these reasons.
Plus if you have any injuries or need rehabilitation muscle control is the surest and safest way to work the areas in question.
Here’s just some of what’s in this course.
Introducing the First Course of its Kind...
Not that books aren't helpful because they are. And this course wouldn't be complete without them. That's why you'll be getting not one but SIX of them. You'll get the classic Muscle Control by Maxick to give you that foundation. Also from him is Great Strength by Muscle Control and How to Become a Great Athlete.
Then there was his partner named Monte Saldo the creator of the Maxalding system. These two co-wrote a rare book called Health, Strength & Will Power.
This course also includes a rare book titled How to Learn Muscle Control by Otto Arco (another fantastic weightlifter, hand balacer, and of course muscle controller) and Alan Calvert (the author of Super Strength).
<---- Here is Otto Arco at age 64 still with great mastery over his muscles!
And to make muscle control as easy as possible for you, I've recorded a Follow Along Audio CD that gives you all the basic exercises and tells you exactly how to do them, down to telling you when to contract and relax.
Just pop it in your CD player or load it up on your iPod or computer and click play. As you practice for days and weeks your control of your muscles will grow immensely.
So here’s everything you’ll be getting when you pick up the Master Muscle Control Course right now.
This is the most complete package of Muscle Control information you'll find anywhere.
All of this is available in digital downloads. Right after you purchase you’ll be able to immediately download everything to your computer. Because there is no hard cost to this package I can pass those savings on to you.
Muscle control is a lost art. But when you add it into your regular practice (trust me you don't have to switch over and become a muscle control only guy) you'll begin to have greater control of your muscles and mind. This then leads to greater strength and health.
P.S. The Master Muscle Control Course contains 2 DVD's, 1 Audio CD's, and 6 Books - A $473.70 Value - Your's Today for just $97. With the guarantee you have absolutely nothing to lose so try it today.
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