Your Body Will Be Ripped
With Lean Muscle …
But you won’t be lifting heavy weights,
wasting time at the gym or
doing any other brutal exercise!
Dear Health Conscious Reader,
I’m going to tell you about something – something that everyone in the weightlifting and gym business is praying the general public doesn’t find out about!
Because it could put them all out of business.
You see, when it comes to getting lean and muscular, we’ve all been sold a bill of goods!
The weightlifting and health-club industry want you to believe that the only way to get a “ripped” body is by suffering through an eternity of grueling and agonizing workouts.
“No pain. No gain.” That’s what they say.
But if you will allow a few minutes of your time, I will prove to you that you can achieve a miraculous level of fitness without hard exercise or even stepping a foot in the gym.
I know this sound incredible, but it’s true.
Imagine if you could have …
- ripped muscular definition and coordination to look and feel amazing
- increased energy levels so you feel vibrant and alive
- increased flexibility to be more agile
- better range of motion of the joints to move without pain
- greater circulation for greater over all health
- relaxation and stress relief to feel peaceful and serene
- improved posture so you look healthy and vital
- greater sense of well-being so you feel healthy and strong
- relief from pain for better quality of life
And imagine if you could have it without investing an hour (or more!) a day sweating and straining.
I am about to tell you about a discovery so amazing that I couldn’t believe it myself when I first read about it. Nor could I believe it when I saw the pictures (which I’ll show you.)
In fact, I didn’t really believe it until I met someone who was actually doing it.
When you hear my story and see the photos, you’ll become a believer like I am now.
I’d like to formally introduce myself.
My name is Courtney Gallo.
I’m a certified professional fitness trainer that operates my own fitness facility in the south Florida area.
After dancing for over fifteen years as a performer, I began to develop back trouble and stopped dancing.
Immediately, I realized I needed to replace my dancing with something that would keep me in shape.
But, I needed something that would allow me to stay fit without doing any kind of grueling exercise that could aggravate my back.
Lifting weights comes
with it’s own set of risks
to your health.
It’s very common to get agonizing short term injuries like pulled backs and necks. This can happen even if you are using the right techniques. Many people just don’t have the genetics to cope with the intense demands upon the bones, joints, muscles, tendons and cartilage.
Additionally, there are significant long term risks from lifting weights. A large percentage of long term weight lifters end up with chronic problems such as tears to rotator cuffs or other joint, tendons and ligament injuries.
Quite often, these injuries result in needing surgery!
After surgery, you can expect months of painful and expensive therapy just to get back to where you started.
In other words, if you engage in serious weight lifting you have a reasonable likelihood of causing yourself a lot of damage that will put you way behind in your effort to stay fit and healthy.
Finally, if you look at any serious weight lifter, you can see that while they may have a lot of muscle, it doesn’t look natural and healthy.
Half of these guys look like they can hardly move.
Unless your goal is to become a professional body builder would you really want to become so tight and rigid you move like an ancient brontosaurus?
I investigated the different kinds of exercise systems that were out there.
After ruling out several for different reasons, I actually almost “stumbled” onto the system that would end up changing my life.Now, when I tell you what this system is based on you may feel as I did when I was first told about it.
Quite frankly, I was skeptical.
But, when I investigated the facts, I began to realize that my previous perceptions were wrong.
This ancient system I came across was a form of Yoga.
If you’re like me the first thing that might leap to your mind might be, but isn’t yoga for flexibility?
The answer to that is yes and no.
There are many different strains of yoga. Some exercises and positions do simply seek to give you flexibility.
But, what I discovered is that there is a whole set of techniques that have been developed over centuries to give the practitioners incredible strength and bodies covered with lean muscle.
There are scientific reasons why certain yoga positions are capable of producing remarkable gains of strength and muscle.
You’re able to achieve these extraordinary gains because these exercises have you using your own bodyweight against gravity.
Supporting your own body weight develops muscles that are strong and in proportion to one another.
Because these techniques use many muscles at a time, the body becomes strong in ways you may really use them as opposed to isolated positions that do not necessarily simulate a real movement that one would do in daily life.
Develop Functional Strength
This kind of strength is what is referred to as functional strength. After all, when in your life would you realistically use the kind of strength required to do something like a bench press?
To do a bench press, a person lies on their back on a bench that holds a barbell over you.
Then, you lift the bar up and lower it to your chest and push it back up.
I’ll grant you that there are some big guys at gyms that push a lot of weight up over their heads while lying on a bench. But, that’s not the kind of strength that you might need on a daily basis.
I’m talking about carrying bags of groceries, moving a piece of furniture, or any of the other every day things we do that require functional strength.
Yoga, on the other hand, uses poses that teach all of your muscles to work together through a wider variety of angles. The end result: you build functional strength that trains your muscles to work collectively, which can improve your performance in any everyday activity.
In exercise systems like weight training, you isolate a specific muscle as you perform an exercise and this leads to a short, tightened muscle.
The muscles you develop during yoga are more likely to be elongated, because while you are strengthening them, you are simultaneously lengthening them. You also do not focus on an isolated muscle, but actively recruit the smaller muscle groups as well. You truly work your entire body when you practice yoga.
Study Shows a 31% Strength
Gain In Only 8 weeks
Timothy B. McCall, M.D.,
“You can develop strength and build functional muscles--and from my experience, people tend to develop muscle strength more quickly than flexibility while practicing yoga."
As I mentioned earlier, I’m going to do more than talk to you about theory.
I would like to share with you some very convincing proof that the astounding strength and muscle building potential I’m talking about is very real.
A study was conducted at the University of California at Davis. Ten college couch potatoes' adopted a strength building yoga routine for eight weeks.
At the end of the eight-week period, the researchers measured the students' fitness and discovered that their muscular strength had increased by up to 31%, their muscular endurance improved by 57%! (1)
In a different published study the subjects participated in twice-weekly sessions of yoga breathing exercises and hatha yoga. After 8 weeks, the subjects showed significant improvements in upper- and lower-body muscular strength, endurance and flexibility (2)
You Will Also Burn Off Fat
The other key to having a very fit body besides having it coated with long lean muscle is to reduce your fat levels.
These same ancient exercises that I’m talking about will also help you reduce your fat levels because yoga stretches muscles lengthwise, causing fat to be eliminated around the cells, thus reducing cellulite.
Additionally, they stimulate sluggish glands to increase their hormonal secretions. The thyroid gland, especially, has a big effect on our weight because it affects body metabolism.
When fat metabolism is increased, fat is converted to muscle and energy. This means that, as well as losing fat, you will have better muscle tone and a higher vitality level. (3)
Introducing Yoga Power
In a study published in a medical science journal in 2010 that examined whether yoga could play an integral role in fat reduction, researchers took a group of 47 people and put them on a yoga program along with a healthier diet.
The researchers concluded that there was a significant reduction in fat free mass as a result of the program.(4)
Getting back to my story … I became so fascinated with ancient fitness system that I began an intense training program to become a certified instructor.
After a rigorous certification program with one of the most esteemed yoga teacher training institutions I became a Registered Yoga Teacher by The National Yoga Alliance with in-depth training in Hatha Yoga, Hands-on yoga, Chair Yoga, and Restorative Yoga.
As I began my teaching career I started realizing that there were many people who wanted to do more than get flexible … they wanted to be fit and strong, but they didn’t want to go through the torture and risk of weightlifting.
So, I focused creating a program that was focused on the strength and muscle building techniques.
I pulled out the best of the best from the different disciplines of yoga that I’ve been highly trained in and assembled them into one easy to use system I call “Yoga Power.”
Build Your Dream Body in Your
Living Room in Under 30 Minutes!
My “Yoga Power” DVD allows you to do my proprietary strength and muscle building system right in your own home.
All you do is pop the DVD into your player or into a computer and watch me show you exactly how to do all the exercises.
I show you how to do it with the right technique. Additionally, because I know not everyone is in the same physical condition, on many of the techniques I show you a beginner’s version and a more challenging version for those that are more advanced.
Plus, because I understand how stressed out we all are because of a lack of time, I designed my program, so that you can get amazing results with sessions that are less than 30 minutes.
I tailored each of these exercises to get your body coated with long lean muscle while helping remove unwanted fat.
I’m very proud of the finished product as the video was filmed on a top professional hi-definition digital camera. And, it was edited in a professional studio, so it contains a DVD menu to make it easy to jump right to the techniques you want to work on that day.
I want to make clear that these exercises and the technique that comes along with them are my own system that I assembled by pulling the best movements and positions from several of the most popular styles of yoga.
So, there is no other place that you can get this specialized program that is designed for average people to get exceptionally fit doing this fun and invigorating system.
The Same Private Sessions With
Me Would Cost $600 a Month
If I were to give you the same private instruction that I’m going to give you on the “Yoga Power” DVD a couple of times a week, it would cost you about $600 a month.
As you can imagine, when the producers heard that, it wasn’t long at all before they were busy talking about charging a premium price.
I was flabbergasted when I heard mention of possible price points like $129.
Because I really want anyone who has the desire to get lean and fit with my “Yoga Power” program to be able to afford it.
So, I pushed them into agreeing to keep the price to a reasonable level for at least an initial trial period.
I’ll give you the details in just one moment, but I also want to give you other news that I think you’ll be very happy to hear.
I am so confident that you’re going to love my “Yoga Power” program … that you’re going to use it and find that in just a couple of sessions, your body will already be changing … that I’m willing to back it up personally.
A Full 100% Money Back Guarantee
The producers have agreed that if anyone tries my “Yoga Power” program and isn’t 100% absolutely thrilled they will give them a full no questions asked refund.
It’s this simple:
You can have a risk free trial for a full 30 days with my “Yoga Power” program. If at any time during this period you aren’t as happy as I’m sure you’re going to be, then you can return it for a full refund by just sending it back to the address on the DVD.
It’s not possible to be fairer.
The reason that the producers are willing to make such a generous guarantee is quite simple.
They’ve seen my program. In fact, they’ve used my program. So, they know just how good it is. That’s why they know that you’re not going to want to send it back. Quite to the contrary, you’ll be wanting to use it as often as possible when you see your body changing right before your eyes.
Okay, so I promised to get back to the discounted trial price I’ve arranged for you. Like I mentioned, the producers were originally talking about as much as $129.
But, I got them to give you a much better deal than that. In fact, it’s not even the $79 that they wanted, but an incredible initial trial price.
Full Retail Price $79
Now With the Initial Trial Price
If you would really like to get into great shape and don’t want to do agonizing, ineffective workouts that could possibly injure you, then my “Yoga Power” program will be for you.
I will show you step by step in the privacy of your own home how to use my specially designed program to get your whole body covered with ripped lean muscle.
But, please do understand that I can’t guarantee how long the producers will stay with this low introductory price, so if you want to get this amazingly low price I’d order it right now.
I hope that you’ll be writing to me soon with your amazing results.
(2) Tran et al. 2001
(4) Med Sci Monit. 2010 Jan;16(1):CR35-40.
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