Jailhouse Strong




      Jailhouse Strong
Tired of all the latest exercise advancements delivering no results For less than the cost of a day pass to any trendy chain gym, you can get Jailhouse Strong.With innovation and dedication prisoners make incredible strength gains Jailhouse Strong offers functional strength training with a workout system that is based on the training habits cultivated behind bars Through interviews with personalities ranging from a former Mr Olympia, who started lifting behind bars, to a co founder of the Crips Street gang, Jailhouse Strong describes the workouts prisoners use to become lean and powerful Jailhouse Strong includes programs for lifting, bodyweight movements, and conditioning with unarmed combat techniques The workouts require minimal cost, equipment, time, and space and they can be done at home, in a hotel, or just about anywhere Whether you are doing 10 25 or working 9 5, Jailhouse Strong can fit into your schedule because Jailhouse Strong provides the fitness habits that are crucial for getting strong and for maintaining a level of emotional balance amidst the volatile reality found on both sides of prison walls. New Download [ Jailhouse Strong ] author [ Josh Bryant ] – heartforum.co.uk

Along with ISSA certifications in fitness training, nutrition, and conditioning, Josh has been awarded the prestigious title of Master of Fitness Sciences MFS He was also recently named the ISSA Director of Applied Strength and Power Development In addition to being certified by the NSCA as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist CSCS and by NASM as a Performance Enhancement Specialist PES , Josh completed his Master s degree in Exercise Science, with an emphasis in Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention at California University of Pennsylvania He is the co author of the elitefts best selling eBook, Metroflex Gym Powerbuilding Basics.As an athlete, Josh won many national and world titles in both powerlifting and strongman At 22 years of age, he was the youngest person in powerlifting history to bench press 600 pounds raw He squatted 909 pounds in the USPF, officially bench pressed 620 pounds raw, and officially deadlifted 810 pounds raw In 2005, he won the Atlantis Strongest Man in America competition.

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      Jailhouse Strong
 author Josh Bryant – heartforum.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 169 pages
  • Jailhouse Strong
  • Josh Bryant
  • English
  • 20 June 2017

10 thoughts on “ Jailhouse Strong

  1. R says:

    I feel like some of the criticisms of this book miss the point I don t think Josh Bryant was trying to revolutionise strength or hypertrophy training He was simply presenting the methods that actual prisoners have used in the past to get strong and ripped with minimal equipment That s just cool...

  2. Steve Scott says:

    Poorly written and full of routines that are common knowledge around many gyms, this book purports to put together routines that prisoners do in prison The notion is that these exercises will make the reader Jailhouse strong For example, the author calls one routine the Jaihouse method , and puts into parentheses the words reverse pyramid Who hasn t heard of the reverse pyramid method We used that in the Marine Corps to prep ourselves for pull ups Sorry, but taking classical training me Poorly written and full of routines that are common knowledge around many gyms, this book purports to put together routines that prisoners do in prison The notion is that these exercises will make the reader Jailhouse strong For example, the author calls one routine the Jaihouse method , and puts into parentheses the words reverse pyramid Who hasn t heard of the reverse pyramid method We used that in the Marine Corps to prep ourselves for pull ups Sorry, but taking classical training methods and tagging the title of the book on to them doesn t make them special or unusual That said, for the novice there might be some good information in here Let d hope they don t thi...

  3. Stijn says:

    Great title, no content.

  4. Tom Carroll says:

    Not GreatThis book is filled with workout routines that require minimal to no weight equipment like you would experience in prison It started off well It was interesting to read about inmates who have excelled i...

  5. Lewis Manalo says:

    Good FundamentalsThis book offers some solid fundamentals, and in an exercise culture always looking for the next flashy routine or diet or Shake Weight, that s a good thing Advanced athletes may find it too basic.

  6. Pete Aceves says:

    Straight to the pointA no bs guide to achieving success It s a short read that contains mounds of motivation Take the advice in this book and run with it.

  7. dkgable33 says:

    Great book This is the BIBLE for getting strong It is easy to follow Great job Would like to knowabout the warriors in the book.

  8. Invictus says:

    Great bookGreat read filled with useful exercises Only problem I have is the book not including tip for proper form and technique for some exercises

  9. Thoms says:

    Good book Excellent insite

  10. Joe says:

    I thought the book was pretty good and covered bodyweight routines as well as the basic compound lifts.It stated that these are the main ways to get big and strong with far less focus on isolation exercises.Some of the workouts did sound quite interesting such as pyramids, reverse pyramids and using decks of cards so you never know how many reps you need to do next I think these kind of methods could help keep a workoutinteresting, a bit like CrossFit so it is always different.I will cont I thought the book was pretty good and covered bodyweight routines as well as the basic compound lifts.It stated that these are the main ways to get big and strong with far less focus on isolation exercises.Some of the workouts did sound quite interesting such as pyramids, reverse pyramids and using decks of cards so you never know how many reps you need to do next I think these kind of methods could help keep a workoutinteresting, a bit like CrossFit so it is always different.I will continue to follow my current planned exercise regime, but I will take some of the methods toward developing a one armed push up, one armed pull up and handstand push ups.I also plan to include some neck training It sounds very valuable to have a thick strong neck and if this is one of the first things ex convicts look a...

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