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    Convict Conditioner is offline Senior Member
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    Default Roughstrength.com rates Convict Conditioning "totally awesome"

    An interesting strength blog from Alex Zinchenko. Many of you who enjoy functional strength blogs will like this site, check it!

    http://roughstrength.com/2011/06/con...d-my-thoughts/

    He also has his own opinion on the OAHSPU...is it possible? Hell yes!

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    Henry Ross is offline Senior Member
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    This is heart-warming, well done Convict Conditioner.

    I occasionally browse new strength sites and it's good to see that CC is being picked up.

    When the book came out, there was a huge amount of resistance to it. It was seen as a "gimmick"--mostly by people who hadn't even read it.

    Since then it has become considered one of the true bodyweight bibles--if not the ultimate one. Why? People are reading it now.

    You talk bodyweight books? You talk CC.

    (And Naked Warrior, of course!)

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    305pelusa Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry Ross View Post
    This is heart-warming, well done Convict Conditioner.

    I occasionally browse new strength sites and it's good to see that CC is being picked up.

    When the book came out, there was a huge amount of resistance to it. It was seen as a "gimmick"--mostly by people who hadn't even read it.

    Since then it has become considered one of the true bodyweight bibles--if not the ultimate one. Why? People are reading it now.

    You talk bodyweight books? You talk CC.

    (And Naked Warrior, of course!)
    It's funny. Because I consider CC to be much more of a BW book than The Naked Warrior. The latter one is a strength book. You can apply its principles to ANYTHING regarding strength development. CC, on the other hand, is more BW-applied, in my opinion.

    There is also another contender as a great BW, Never Gymless. What Never Gymless lacks in max strength development, it makes it up with its excellent chapter on conditioning, nutrition, and program creation. While CC is pure max strength, Never Gymless covers the whole conditioning/endurance/explosive/max strength/nutrition package. Although I'm sure CC 2 will cover most of that as well.
    Just wanted to point out another terrific book
    Last edited by 305pelusa; 06-16-2011 at 06:05 AM.

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    CZECHSTER is offline Banned
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    The Hype never ends.

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