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    John Du Cane is offline Administrator
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    Thumbs up Dragon Door signs new author: Jon Bruney

    We are proud to announce that Dragon Door has signed a new author, Jon Bruney and will be publishing his system called Neuro-Mass.

    Here is a taste of what to expect, in Jon's own words:

    When it comes to physique development, there are many paths one can take. Success or failure in the quest for mass is dependent on choosing the right path. That is why I developed this program. Neuro-Mass provides the fastest means for adding slabs of functional muscle to your frame. That’s right, functional muscle... SMART muscle. Smart muscle is muscle that can multi-task. Neuro-Mass will not only increase your frame, but also turbo-charge your strength and athleticism.
    Everyone wants to add muscle, but we all know that it’s no easy task. Confusion and misinformation abounds as to exactly this is accomplished. Neuro-Mass removes the confusion by giving you the exact protocols to create an impressive athletic physique. The Neuro-Mass system combines the best Kettlebell resistance exercises with a new cutting edge training method called “Neuro-Sets”. And these Neuro-Sets create RAPID physique transformation. While most training programs only focus on one approach to create growth, Neuro-Mass uses multiple stressors to create a BIGGER and BETTER body.
    Neuro-Mass makes the body smarter by:
    ·Teaching the nervous system to recruit more muscle fibers.
    ·Teaching the body to adapt to multiple forms of resistance.
    ·Teaching the body to bypass genetic performance roadblocks.

    Let me share a little background on myself. I am a world record-holding strongman, trainer, coach, motivational speaker, author, and pastor. My work with competitive athletes includes Olympians and NFL players. Preparing myself, as well as others, for maximum athletic performance has given me insight on how to reach the body’s true potential. Out of this experience comes Neuro-Mass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Du Cane View Post
    Everyone wants to add muscle, but we all know that it’s no easy task. Confusion and misinformation abounds as to exactly (how) this is accomplished. Neuro-Mass removes the confusion by giving you the exact protocols to create an impressive athletic physique. The Neuro-Mass system combines the best Kettlebell resistance exercises with a new cutting edge training method called “Neuro-Sets”. And these Neuro-Sets create RAPID physique transformation.
    QUESTION:
    Does this mean (see the red text in the quote above) that this only applies to kettlebell training?

    If it applies to other training methods too (bodyweight in particular), I would be very interested.

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    My understanding is that it would extend beyond kettlebell training but I will check with Jon.

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    Jon says Yes, there will be a whole section on applying this to bodyweight exercise also.

    And here is a post from Mike Gillette of interest:
    Today I was excited to see Dragon Door Publishing CEO John Du Cane announce their newest author, my good friend Jon Bruney. Previously known primarily within the hard-core, strength-training community via his writings for Milo magazine, Jon is hands-down, the most knowledgeable strength-training expert I know. A great guy and terrifyingly strong, I can't WAIT to see what he and Dragon Door have planned. (In this photo, Jon is shown with the very first "World's Strongest Man", the legendary Bill Kazmaier).


    Quote Originally Posted by Cal. View Post
    QUESTION:
    Does this mean (see the red text in the quote above) that this only applies to kettlebell training?

    If it applies to other training methods too (bodyweight in particular), I would be very interested.

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