World’s Hardest Exercises

World's Hardest Exercises

World's Hardest Exercises's Hardest Exercisesread moreWhether you are a coach, trainer or drill instructor looking for ways to challenge your people or just someone who loves to work hard, World’s Hardest Exercises is a must-read. This one-of-a-kind book details the most challenging exercises and workouts on the planet that are guaranteed to bring a whole new level of intensity to your training.

My name is Jim Kielbaso, and I’m glad you found this web site because I think it’s going to change the way you train. But, first I want to tell you a little about myself so you know where this stuff is coming from. I’m not some internet marketing writer who sits in an office coming up with programs to sell. I am the director of a very successful, multi-site sports training business in Michigan. I’m a former college strength & conditioning coach, hold a MS in Kinesiology, hold certifications from the National Strength & Conditioning Association and the National Academy of Sports Medicine and I’m the author of two books – Speed & Agility Revolution and Weight Loss in Reality. I’ve also produced four training DVD’s and I speak at conferences and clinics all over the country. I work with a wide range of clients – from professional athletes to people who just like to work their asses off.

The reason I tell you all of this is so you understand that I’m not some random guy who threw some exercises together and started selling stuff online. This is all the crazy stuff that my strength & conditioning colleagues and I have been throwing at people for years in order to ratchet up the intensity to an insane level.

For years, people have been asking me to put together a book of all the crazy stuff and "finishers" I do (we call them finishers because these are perfect ways to finish a workout with a bang). After realizing how many people love to perform insanely difficult workouts and how many coaches, trainers and drill instructors want to put people through sick workouts, I finally decided to put it all out there.

No more secret ass-kicking exercises. Now every sick bastard who loves to beat his brains out at the gym can "enjoy" this kind of training.

Take a serious look at the endorsements on this page. These are real strength professionals, trainers and coaches, not internet guys who work together to sell each other’s stuff. Like I said, this is the real deal.

Robert Taylor, Jr., SCCC, CSCS*D, CCS, PES, CES, CSES, NSCA-CPT*D, NSPA-CPT Head Strength and Conditioning Coach – Loyola University Maryland

I’ve been strength training for over 15 years and have literally done tons of workouts, and I can say I’ve never seen anything even close to World’s Hardest Exercises. This is worth every penny!"

I’ve seen (and wasted my money on) a lot of crap on the internet, so I can understand if you’re a little skeptical about this actually being different. There are a ton of products out there by so-called experts who say they have new and interesting stuff you’ve never seen before. Then, you get it and it’s the same stuff we’ve all been doing for years. That’s really frustrating, and I can assure you this isn’t another crappy product like that. Let me be clear about what this is and what it is not.

These are real exercises that you can do (or work up to if you’re a big baby) or modify depending on your level of strength or fitness. This is real, but you’ve probably never done or seen most of this.

But, I need to be perfectly clear about something. If you’re a big baby who doesn’t like to work hard, you’re probably not going to like this book very much.

If you’re the kind of person who likes to sit on the exercise bike for a few minutes, get a couple of sets in on the leg extension machine, then hit the sauna….don’t get this book. If you like to lift chrome plated dumbbells and do toning exercises for your inner thighs….don’t get this book. You’re just not going to like it.

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World's Hardest Exercises
World's Hardest Exercises
World's Hardest Exercises

World's Hardest Exercises

World's Hardest Exercises