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Bodyweight Secrets

WARNING: You May Be Downright FRIGHTENED By This Bodyweight Secret!

The Biggest Most Common Mistake People Make?

Focus and choice…you can continue to make excuses or you can choose to focus on results.

The key to continued success in life is to keep moving forward…continue to use a variety of approaches and plans to meet your challenges.

Unleash your power for everyday life and create momentum in the direction of your dream.

Eventually you get breakthroughs…

Dear Friend,

Why not use your energy to move forward?

Do you how the most successful people think and why they develop extreme mental toughness and resiliency?

So how do you overcome fear, stress, difficult or unpleasant situations to achieve everything you set your mind.

In all fairness, I’ll tell you what the secret is…

First and foremost I want you to promise you’ll read every word of this special report to figure it out on your own.

What I’m about to share with you is the MOST COMMON mistake people make.

And it screws up most people’s mind for months.

And one of those really bad mistakes takes YEARS to undo.

And it’s no big surprise…do you know why?

The bodyweight secret is for serious players!

Proactive, smart and gutsy people who want to grab life by the horns and be players…

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Let me be painfully honest with you…

If you’re not yet into regular body weight workouts and fitness, be patient, real change takes time.

Success does not happen overnight.

People aren’t watching you, they don’t care what your excuse is…

Look, I’m not going to sugarcoat and paint a picture of a life on easy street here.

Anybody telling you body weight exercises are easy is flat out lying to you.

Bodyweight training is for real people, big boys and girls that can handle pain and truth.

Need we say no wimps, whiners or cry-babies allowed…

Want to be part of the new lean, healthy, fit, strong and confident revolution?

Want to boost strength, improve endurance, stamina and increase power for everyday life?

If you care to remind yourself of the ridiculous and outrageous, rapidly rising costs of unacceptable levels of healthcare, go ahead and use it as a reality check…

If you can keep a secret, press the play button below to watch video and remember to keep an open mind if you are SERIOUSLY ready to discover…


What did you immediately think about when you see this video?

“Wow, what control”
“I wish I could do that”
“What a display of strength and finesse”
“That looks really cool”

Bodyweight Secrets…Revealed For Your Eyes Only!

Some of us get tired of admiring others.

We all want to look and feel awesome, right?

We want to stand out from the crowd.

We want to be impressive and amazing.

OK, it’s not all about being amazing…

You see, learning how to do bodyweight exercises is like buying yourself time and personal freedom.

Please read every word of this ground breaking report because it may prove to be the most eye opening 15 minutes of your entire year…

The bodyweight secret is like the smart phone of fitness, it’s accessible from anywhere, fun, enjoyable and free.

In fact, if you want a solid foundation with real-world fitness skills…

The kind of gymnastics feats of strength which allows you to experience awesome workouts anywhere…

Bodyweight training (like any gymnastics) requires a significant amount of skill, like playing the piano.

And to get better at any skill you need to?

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Conquer Fear and Practice Consistently…

Sounds crazy and too good to be true?

What’s the most costly mistake almost everyone is making?

Almost everyone wants to avoid making the hard decisions.

Most people want to skip over the hard process and jump into immediate success…

Let’s face it, who doesn’t want instant gratification?

It’s no secret this is why people fail.

So, what’s the catch?

Ever wonder why people fail?

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The number one answer to the question of why people fail is…

People refuse to step up and play big.

They play so small and do not get out of their tiny comfort zone.

They focus on their circumstances rather than their goals.

Instead of keeping their eyes on what they want to accomplish.

They focus on existing circumstances and wonder why life never improves for them.

Disappointed?

Well, you’re in luck because we’ve got tons of energy, enthusiasm and real passion for bodyweight training…

One problem is lots of people think bodyweight training is either complicated or doesn’t get results.

So…how do we make bodyweight training SIMPLE!

The short answer is INTENT.

Intent is the psychological state of mind necessary for action…

Which is what really sparked this article in the first place…

You see, lots of people are convinced the champions and top athletes must have some secret.

And that’ why lots of people are still looking for bodyweight secrets.

Instead of busting their ass working out…

You’ve probably tried to use some of those secrets, right?

And Here’s The Worst Part…

After all that time, energy and frustration you’ve invested…

The secret doesn’t get you closer to real-world strength, fitness results and power for everyday life.

So…this is a good place to start dissecting the B.S and bridge those gaps.

Unfortunately, people still foolishly keep looking for the elusive training secret or diet secret.

The fairy tale or promise of a bright new shiny object to make for small conversations.

A short cut is very alluring, right?

What about a quick and easy solution like a push button or magic lantern…

Push button…BOOM!

Rub magic lantern and PRESTO!

Everything is done for you, painless and easy, it makes life great without ever having to do any ass busting workouts.

Is there a quick fix or secret?

Yes…take the magic pill, get the magic piece of equipment or whatever fits the bill.

Just don’t bother doing any ass busting workouts.

You Gotta Believe The Bodyweight Secret…

You already know there are a ton of supplement companies, health, fitness bodybuilding magazines, equipment manufacturers out there.

What most have in common is they know their target market.

They know your hot emotional buttons, in other words they known you better than you probably know yourself.

They understand what makes you tick, your wants and needs…

They all use this data to market and create huge profits, they uses the “secret” philosphy to their unfair advantage.

Get up early tomorrow morning and turn on CNBC or just about any cable channel that runs ads or infomercials at night and you’ll see what I mean. 

Read any muscle-head and fitness related magazine ever created and you’ll see why they continue to use the same boilerplate template which promises quick and easy results (instant training success).

Have you ever noticed the same headlines over and over again:

  • 10 Training Secrets for Muscle Building
  • Super Fast and Easy Secrets For BIG Biceps
  • Six Pack Abs Secrets You Can Use Tonight
  • New Revolutionary Secret To Rapid Weight Loss
  • The Magic Secret Supplement To Instant Strength

Are you reading the muscle magazines religiously?

Anxiously waiting for next big thing so you don’t miss that one issue which reveals the secret…

Well, maybe it’s time to get your head straight.

Get your head out of your ass and see the light…

There are no secrets. Period!

Maybe your vision and goals are clear or a little fuzzy and you can’t reach out or grab it yet?

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The Bodyweight Secret For Success Is Simply This…

Goals and milestones can be reached within time frames by training 3 days per week for first couple of years.

It is better to keep your training fresh and diverse, yet keep it simple.

Focus only on a few key areas and skill sets for strength and endurance at any one time.

Start with and master your craft on no more than 2 pushing, 2 pulling and 2 posterior strength goals at once.

A simple and effective full body bodyweight workout could look like this:

Upper body pushing exercise to build power, use explosive push ups or kneeling push ups, depending on level 1, 2, 3

Lower body exercise to build power, use jumping deck squats or single leg jumping squats, depending on level 1, 2, 3

Lower body exercise for strength, use weighted pistol or reverse lunge depending on level 1, 2, 3

Lower body exercise for strength, use natural glute hamstring raise depending on level 1, 2, 3

Upper body pulling/pushing exercise for strength, use weighted muscle up or jumping negative muscle up depending on level 1, 2, 3

Core exercise for strength and stability, use bridge or wall walking depending on level 1, 2, 3

Core exercise for strength and stability, use abdominal roller roll-outs or planks, depending on level 1, 2, 3

Core exercise for mobility, use torso twist or Russian twist depending on level 1, 2, 3

Any of the above endurance or skill training can easily fit into a hardcore strength program…

Level One Beginner (0-12 months) guidelines are milestones which can be reached by an untrained, sedentary individual within first 12 months of training (assuming they’re free of serious injuries or health conditions).

This level is minimum requirement for a healthy lifestyle and lays a solid foundation for strength gains in the following years. Strength is translated over into more rapid increases in capabilities.

Level Two Intermediate (1-2 years) guidelines can be reached within 1-2 years after level one has been reached.

These skill sets should be considered normal for a healthy person wanting increased performance.

The strength translation from one skill to another is still high, so working towards a few goals helps you achieve other goals and continue to move forward towards level three.

Level Three Advanced (2-4 years) guidelines can be reached within 2-4 years after level one has been reached.

It’s a realistic time frame considering the level of strength and fitness you can achieve.

And essential for people wanting to dial in and perform for longer periods of time with high level of strength.

For example:

Taking part in high level intensity sports like parkour, combat or high performance, competitive sports with level three abilities allows for a higher degree of participation while reducing the risk of injury.

Athletes at this level will have dialed in many level three skills to get the most out of their training.

And because they’re able to keep hammering away, training consistently, hopefully with fewer injuries…

They’re able to pivot and leverage their workouts by optimizing their experiences.

They have developed their craft and are using their own specialised techniques and routines without interruption.

Most people can reach most, if not all, of level three skills with proper programming and dedication.

So…Ass Busting Workouts + Time = Results.

There are no shortcuts, secrets or easy solutions.

Sure, you need to train smart and apply good principles to your diet and training.

Some stuff is relatively more effective than others.

Once you’ve got the basics…all you do is continue to train smart and bust your ass for a long period of time.

Bodyweight Secrets for Success…

There are many resources which go over setting goals and provide a list of goals which may be worthwhile.

Only problem is most people are unfamiliar with the types of progress they can expect…

They don’t understand how to use benchmarks and milestones, this leaves them feeling lost and out of control.

Lack of knowledge and lack of control often results in lower motivation.

So let’s quickly address the many unknowns and problems…

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The following guidelines fill in gaps so they know what to expect with focused, dedicated training:

1. Cardiovascular and respiratory endurance is ability of body systems to gather, process and deliver oxygen

2. Stamina is ability of body systems to process, deliver, store, and utilize energy

3. Strength is ability of a muscular unit or combination of muscular units, to apply force

4. Flexibility is ability to maximize full range of motion at a given joint

5. Speed is ability to minimize time cycles of a repeated movement

6. Power is ability of a muscular unit or combination of muscular units to apply maximum force in minimum time

7. Coordination is ability to combine several specific movement patterns into one movement

8. Agility is ability to minimize transition time from one movement pattern to another

9. Balance is ability to control placement of the body’s center of gravity in relation to its support base

10. Accuracy is ability to control movement in a given direction or at a certain intensity.

Let me ask you one question and please be honest with yourself in answering…

There is nothing new under the sun, so now you have some basics with several key points to connect-the-dots, what’s your goal?

What’s your next step?

By no means can bodyweight training be summed up in one little article…

Everything else you may come across, including various foolish talk in books are just details on the above.

At a basic level, until you’re 1% of elite athletes the formula would look like this:

Hard Work + Consistency + Time = Results.

Burn the formula into your head, quit making excuses or looking for quick fixes and secrets because they don’t exist.

So are you in?

OK, let’s rock and roll…

Here is the first of your initial steps.

We can teach you everything about bodyweight training, yet there is one factor we can’t teach you…

ATTITUDE…

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You bring attitude and motivation to your own workouts and everyday life.

Yes, right attitude is equally as important as any aspect you’ll learn about health, fitness and nutrition, if not more.

Understand this…

It’s up to YOU to succeed.

This is YOUR life…go out and make it happen.

YOU need to make the hard decision…now…if you are going to move forward and be successful or not.

There is no one, teacher, guru, author or mentor out there that can motivate or take you anywhere.

You are driver…

You must believe in yourself, take the information with direction and transform it into power for everyday life.

We believe in you and know you can do it…

You are creator of your reality and destiny.

Your life is a direct reflection, mirror image of how you think, feel and act.

You are proactive, powerful and a deliberate creator of your own success.

Yes, it’s time for you to make it happen…

Time to reboot your mind into health and fitness…enjoy more of your own personal freedom.

That’s just a little “peek behind the curtain” at some of the bodyweight secrets I’m going to reveal.

I could literally go on for days about all the insider secrets, tricks, techniques…

And crucial lessons for staying sane in an insane world I’ve learned during my 30 plus year journey as personal trainer, fitness mentor and strength coach.

Click play button below to check out this video from Gary Vaynerchuk and feel free to get more inspiration with in your face insights visit


You need a high degree of clarity about what you want to create or make happen in your training and life because it is the difference between pushing and struggling.

Would you prefer to move towards your vision and goals compelled and pulled forward?

Key is a continuously renewing set of 90-day major goals with milestones tied to a clear 1-year plan.

To be brutally frank with you, you’re going to get the hardest of hard-core stuff…

Reach Your Peak

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John Mignano

P.S. Thanks, we appreciate you reading and seriously want to continue educating you with the best solution to help you and as many people possible to get out of their own way and learn proper bodyweight training.

The result of today’s discussion, no doubt we’ve lost subscribers and didn’t make any sales!

You know what, it really doesn’t matter because we’re going to invest more time to help you.

We would greatly appreciate if you ask questions, comment below and feel free to share, thanks!

P.S.S. Go Google John Mignano to get more info. The no 1 fact you need to know is I’m a fighter. When I get knocked down, I get right back up again and again and again…I never quit and that’s really the “secret” to success.

If you want to combine this with focus, I’m always testing, learning and implementing deep fitness knowledge in a structured environment, this is what makes 1BodyweightTraining.com vastly different from the rest of the world.

What I do everyday isn’t work to me, it’s energy and motivation fuelled by attitude, passion and adding value.

And nothing on earth drives me more than helping you live life on your own terms and get massive results.

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