Fast Ways To Get Unstoppable Strength For Your Body and Mind

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In today's podcast interview with Elliot Hulse (the amazingly strong dude pictured above), you're going to discover how to get unstoppable strength for your body and mind – the type of strength that is the #1 key to performance, fertility, fat loss, endurance and more.

As an former college football MVP and currently a competitive Strongman, Elliott uses his real world experience and in-the-trenches knowledge to teach you how to unleash your true strength, speed and fitness potential while making your body and mind as strong as possible, and he spills all his secrets in this interview. Topics we discuss include:

-The truth about deep breathing and how to do it the right way…

-How to “breathe into your balls” and why it works, whether you're a man or a woman…

-The biggest mistakes most people make when they walk into a gym…

-Whether lifting heavy weights can help with fat loss, cardiovascular capacity or endurance…

-The best exercises to start with if you want to learn how to lift heavy weights…

-What's a sample workout routine if people want to get stronger and get these other benefits of lifting heavy without spending tons of time in the weight room?

Click here for the full written transcript of this podcast episode.

Resources Elliot mentions during this episode:

SexyBack Summit

Elliot Hulse's website

Wilhelm Reich

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2 thoughts on “Fast Ways To Get Unstoppable Strength For Your Body and Mind

  1. ThomasWatson82 says:

    Ben, this was probably one of my favorite podcasts. What made it good to me was hearing the path and failures that occurred in Elliot's life and the steps he took to get to where he is now. If you could do something like this podcast in the future that would be great!
    Keep up the great work!

  2. Jim Smith says:

    I enjoyed this podcast and am going to look up some of your guest's videos. It seemed very logical yet thought-provoking.

    Oh, and I'm going to "breathe into my balls"…

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