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He built an Atlas-like upper body in 30-days, with 1-exercise

…and you can do the same in less than 15-minutes a day.

A lot of my male friends ask me how I built such a powerful upper body.

Roger Haeske - The Eternal Teanajer

Roger Haeske – The Eternal Teanajer

When I tell them the simple exercise I use, they’re usually stunned. It’s just not what they expected.

“That’s TOO EASY,” they say.

Did you know that you can totally transform your upper body in 30-days just by doing one type of exercise?

Of course, you have to do it the right way as I explain further below.

I remember reading about a guy in the military who was out of shape and overweight but morphed himself into a Greek God in about a month or so of doing just one exercise.

His motivation?

He was about to leave the Army and see his young bride for the first time in a very long time. And quite frankly he was embarrassed because he didn’t think she would even recognize him due to how overweight he’d become.

Of course, he did this single exercise many times throughout the day (about 1,000 per day) in the form of mini-workouts that lasted about 30-seconds.

Personally, I can do 1,000 reps of this magical muscle building exercise in less than 15-minutes of exercise time.

Even better is that you can do this just about anywhere, for it’s a traditional calisthenic exercise that doesn’t require weights, clunky exercise equipment or a gym membership.

This is one of the main exercises of pro football great and Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker.

And this dude is a total stud.

He’d often do 2,000 of them or more per day. In fact, he’s in such good shape that at the age of 49 he became a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter.

Woody Strode a former professional wrestler and actor with an incredible physique claimed that he put on 20 pounds of muscle via doing 1,000 of these per day.

So… what is this magical exercise?

It’s the common push-up or press-up. Now you know why the military emphasizes push-ups so much.

Because they work dang well my friend at not just building lots of muscle but real world or functional strength.

And push-ups don’t just build up your chest.

A push up workout exercises a tremendous number of muscles. All the arm muscles are worked and they’re especially good for triceps development. Certainly the shoulders get a fantastic workout.

Believe it or not the abs get a great workout as well by just doing lots regular push-ups with strict form.

Trust me if your abs are not in good shape you’ll feel it in your abs after a day of doing 500 push ups.

The back and core also get a great workout from doing push-ups because you have to keep the core perfectly stable on each push-up.

Here’s a list of the most of the muscle groups that get worked.

1. chest
2. triceps
3. shoulders
4. abs
5. upper back
6. lower back
7. core (spinal erectors)
8. thighs
9. hands
10. fingers
11. forearm
12. wrists
13. and even your feet

Push ups are compound movements that use many muscle groups at once. Compound muscle exercises like push ups save you a boatload of time over isolation exercises because you work many muscles at once.

If I had to have only 1-upper body exercise to use it would definitely be push-ups.

And if you use my new “Push-Up Blaster Plus” workout — http://RogerHaeske.com/PUBlaster2.html you’ll also be building your lung power and aerobic fitness at the same time.

If you want to build a Greek God or Goddess like body, I recommend you do anywhere from 200 to 1,000 or more push-ups a day. It won’t take that long at all, once you can do high repetitions of 30 to 50 or more in a row as part of the workout.

If you’ve been struggling to do 25, 50 and even 100 or more push-ups in a row, I think you’re going to absolutely adore my new and improved “Push-Up Blaster 2.0” program. This is the fastest system I know of for cranking out pushups with ease.

And it’s on MEGA-SALE during our Pre-Launch. About 50% cheaper than the original Push-Up Blaster program if you get it before the price increases at midnight tonight Eastern time.

http://RogerHaeske.com/PUBlaster2.html

I struggled for years just trying to be able to do 50 push-ups in a row. No matter what I tried my progress was super slow. But with this system originally inspired by Jack Lalanne I soon was cranking out more than 100 push-ups in a row.

Alright my friend, you now know a brain-dead simple way to get super strong, sexy, build a Herculean Physique and trim the phat at the same time.

There’s no other exercise in the world that can match the magical push-up for creating a Greek God Body in record time.

Now get down and give me fifty.

Your Radiant Health, Fitness and Infinite Potential Coach,

Roger Haeske
The 48-Year Old Teanajer