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Eric Guttmann Interview

What do you consider the greatest lesson learned? One of the greatest lessons learned is that nothing is what it seems. My world changes every 2-5 years and when I look at the way I thought the world worked and my place in it five years ago and compare it to today there is a

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“Are you happy with your life?”

I recently went back home to Puerto Rico and spent some time with my father. He told me some of the latest events in the family and recounted a lot of what has happened in our family.  I could see a man of 76 years who was taking the long view and evaluating his life. 

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My “Heavy Metal Strength Meditation” Part 2

It is amazing how quickly the body adapts to new training when you concentrate SINGLE MINDEDLY on it. If you read my previous article “My Heavy Metal Strength Meditation” then you might be aware of my three goals: 1) Flip the 300lb tire 100 times in 20 sets of 5 2) Flip the 300lb tire

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Eric Guttmann Interview – Part 1

Check out his video conducted by Bud Jeffries with Eric Guttmann Here is a complete transcript of the Eric Guttmann Interview – Part 1 video: Bud: Hi everybody. God bless you all. Thank you so much for hanging out with us and showing up at StrongerMan.com or EricGuttman.com, or any of the websites or millions of

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The Holy Grail of Training

Being in the Navy allows you to meet a lot of interesting people with different backgrounds, training experience and skills sets.  One thing that you come away with when interacting with people who are doing the tough, physically demanding jobs that Hollywood makes movies about is that there is NO one way to train.  I

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The “Mental Toughness” Workout

I want to thank all of you who have purchased Extreme Military Fitness and let you know that each purchase is helping the Wounded Warrior Project. Right now I am in the process of creating and developing Extreme Military Fitness – Elite, which will focus on strength, explosiveness, and athleticism. After writing (and reading) my

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