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Grip And Rip 2.1 – Now Available

Author’s update: I wrote this back in what feels like a long time ago, right after I got back from the workshop where the dvd was filmed. If you’d like a more comprehensive review of the product and a discussion of my own progress in the months since, here is my Grip and Rip update.

Hey gang, just a quick note to let you know that Adam T. Glass’s DVD, Grip N Rip 2.1 is now available. I truly believe this is the future of all physical training. It is the only program I use and it has been directly responsible for many of the positive effects I am experiencing with a newfound relief from Tourette’s Syndrome. Big thanks to Adam, Brad, and Frankie Faires.

I paid $499 to attend this workshop. I would have paid a lot more.

I’ve never been this excited to be involved in something, and I’ve never been involved in anything this big.

If you want to get stronger, buy Grip and Rip 2.1. The same goes for increasing your deadlift, squat, bench press, kettlebell ability, ability to write your own weight programs, and much, much more.

Here’s the sales page. Take a look! (end of sales pitch)


PS: Normal, non-salesy post coming tomorrow:)

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  • Mimi April 5, 2010, 7:20 pm

    Josh, I listened to your post today- how to have tourettes 17: getting better at getting worse.

    I have tourettes as well. At 31, I had hoped it would have magically disappeared — we both know that doesnt happen to some of us.

    On the subject of awareness and breathing – this is quite fascinating. A few weeks ago I started to listen to Deepak Chopra audiobooks and what I found was I was becoming more relaxed and practicing deep breathing. I was finally releasing the tension in my stomach from a CONSTANT abdominal tensing tic that was causing me to 1. hold my breath and 2. not be able to take a full breath- sporadic breathing. I realized that once I was able to do some deep stomach breathing, my head/neck tic was going away. When I feel the ‘itch’ i do deep breathing and try to feel my body — what do my hands feel like, what does my breath feel like when I inhale… its so simple but my tics have instantly gone down by about 90% of what they were.. and this is from a person who was in a constant battle with her ‘demon’. This is the only thing that has been able to come between the itch and the tic for me…and now with more practice the itch is lessening each day.

    I went home for Easter and this is usually a HUGE trigger for me — all the people, screaming, babies crying, dogs chasing the cat, etc… this time though I felt an inner calmness. For the first time in what seems like an eternity, I felt what it was like to be a normal person – talking, eating, and hanging out without the constant pre-occupation with my tics. It was an amazing experience. I find that my tics occur when Im not present minded — when Im in my own head – thinking, stressing, planning — and I find myself having to pull myself out of my thoughts and take a look around at my environment — re-center and become aware again. I like to go on walks – de-stimulate myself and practice breathing.

    I just wanted to share my experience with you. I know we are all different and what works for me may not work for the next person. But, you mentioned that you were determined to ‘cure’ yourself in the next couple years and I tell myself the same thing. As unpredictable as Tourettes is and although it wont ever go away completely- its so much more than tics — there has always been something in my mind that has told me that there IS something that I can do help. I feel like with this syndrome we are more aware of ourselves, others, and our environment — it may just be a matter of focusing that energy on something else.

    With all my heart, I hope you (and I) beat this — or atleast give it a good pounding.

    Best wishes to you Josh.


    • Josh Hanagarne April 5, 2010, 7:26 pm

      Mimi you made a good day better. Thank you and best of Luck to us both, although I no longer believe it’s going to take luck!