Show and Go Discounts and Accelerated Muscular Development

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Today is chock full of some sweet announcements, especially with the holidays coming up. EC just let me know that his newest product Show and Go: High Performance Training to Look, Feel and Move Better is now on sale for $30 off the normal price through Wednesday night at midnight. Pick up a copy for yourself right here and the discount will be automatically applied.

After seeing the results this program has given people, including some top-notch strength coaches, I think I too will put it to the test in the very near future. I am just not sure if I will do the 3x or 4x/week plan. Thoughts?

Beyond Show and Go, my good friend Jim Smith of the Diesel Crew has created a 16 minute FREE video showcasing technique work, injury reduction, Autoregulation and more. It is some topnotch stuff to help you maximize your training and get the most out of your sessions.

This video highlights his awesome Accelerated Muscular Development Program 2.0, so do yourself a favor and watch this FREE video.

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Posted on November 30th, 2010 by Brian St. Pierre

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