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E-book: How To Get Stronger At Work While Your Boss Isn’t Looking


If you’re at all like me, you don’t have as much free time as you’d like. If you want to do some strength training on top of your responsibilities, it can be difficult to know how to make time.

Who this book is for:

  • Anyone with a job
  • Anyone who wishes they had more time for strength training

    How To Get Stronger At Work While You’re Boss Isn’t Looking will explain how you can get stronger at work on the short breaks you have. Best of all, it’s completely free.

    Download How To Get Stronger At Work While Your Boss Isn’t Looking

    Understand that getting strong is not just about doing exercises with a gigantic stack of weights. There are many components to a successful strength program: flexibility, joint mobility, nutrition, recovery…and much more. These are all things you can work on with limited time.

    If you…

  • …want to start getting strong but don’t know how to make the time.
  • …are already strength training but are looking for ways to squeeze in some extra work.
  • …looking to increase their overall fitness.
  • …want all of the above, but isn’t sure where or how to start
  • Then Grab a Free Copy and Get After It!

    I’m not an expert at anything. Many strong and smart people have written about the topics in How To Get Stronger…But I’ve read a lot and done plenty of my own experiments. With this book, you have a reference resource of their wisdom in these areas, along with my own experiences.

    All the best in your lives and training goals.
    Josh Hanagarne

    PS: I’d love to hear your thoughts, experiences, or ideas about training at work. Please reply in the comment box or contact me at worldsstrongestlibrarian@gmail.com

    Comments on this entry are closed.

    • Leslie April 13, 2009, 4:49 pm

      Nice 🙂


    • Josh Hanagarne April 13, 2009, 5:31 pm

      Thanks Leslie. I just took a look at your blog. It looks like it’s nice to be a genius. Is it nice?

    • Ben Owens April 15, 2009, 2:36 pm

      Great book. It is very well written with fantastic information. Even though I have a pretty physical job, I feel that a lot of the things can still apply. It has inspired me to GTG pullups at work on the steel racks where we stack the tires. I can also incorporate the joint mobility stuff. Thanks for putting this together.

    • Josh Hanagarne April 18, 2009, 3:54 pm

      Thanks Ben. Just make sure you do some more investigation on joint mobility. I know that it’s important, but I can’t give specific advice about it other than to do some.

    • Charlotte April 25, 2009, 10:41 pm

      So this is the manager longevity test! I knew you had the height and breadth for it, and I knew you were a little crazy. Throw in the sublimation of violence with humor, man — you have the works. Congrats. Char

    • Josh Hanagarne April 26, 2009, 7:25 am

      Thanks Charlotte. I thought you’d get it. When are you going to be out here in SLC again?