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I Have No Time For Speed…

By Alex On September 8, 2009 Under How To Run Faster

It’s getting colder up here in Michigan, and today kinda feels like the day where the switch was flipped and it’s going to continue to get cooler and cooler…

…oh well, at least we have speed, quickness and free gifts to keep us happy.

Depressing weather aside, today I’m going to answer another question from one of our very own Game Speed VIP subscribers.

It’s from Claude, and he wants to know about getting faster, quicker and more agile WITHOUT going to the gym:

“Hey Alex,

What do you recommend I do if I want to increase my quickness and explosion but I don’t have enough time in the day to use the gym?

-Claude”

COOL. Good question Claude, and a problem I am SURE a lot of people out there struggle with…

Time is at a premium, a lot of gyms are inconvenient and sometimes you just don’t feel like going to the gym…I get it.

I’ll tell you a story…

I still remember when I first realized I could a TON quicker and faster without using ANY equipment.

This was near the beginning of my epic “Game Speed” transformation, and I had just recently decided that I was going to succeed at this speed thing, and I was going to it my way.

I spent a week doing no more than 15 minute speed and quickness workouts, and I did them all IN MY BASEMENT.

No equipment, no traveling, no driving anywhere, just my basement.

I created several new speed and quickness drills that week, while also changing around a lot of common ones I still recommend today. And the results blew me away (as you’re probably well aware of, this is where The Truth About Quickness Insider’s System first came to life).

Ever since then, I knew speed and quickness isn’t something you need lots of gadgets and gimmicks for, you just need your body, your motivation and the right plan.

So Claude (and I know this is kinda short-changing you, I promise I’ll make it up later), to drastically increase your speed and quickness with no equipment, I fully and completely believe that you need to give The Truth About Quickness Insider’s System a shot.

You say time is an issue…EVERY workout (and there’s a lot of them, 48 weeks worth to be exact) will take you NO MORE than 10 minutes, three times a week…that is it.

But won’t I sacrifice my results by only training my speed and quickness 30 minutes a week”?

ABSOLUTELY NOT.

The truth is that your results right now (if you’re getting any at all) are significantly less than what you deserve to be getting. And even more, speed and quickness is a QUALITY thing, not a “quantity” thing. In this case, LESS is more (of course that’s really only if you’re “less” is The TAQ System).

So, you’re limited in your time, can’t always get to the gym, but still want blazing speed and lightning quickness…here’s your solution:

The Truth About Quickness Insider’s System

I know it’s hard to commit to something without knowing exactly what you’re getting yourself into, so I urge to just “give it a test-drive”. How?

Well, “Mad Scientist” Kelly Baggett and I are now offering a full 21-Day Trial Offer of The Truth About Quickness Insider’s System. You’re going to try the ENTIRE System for a full 21-days before deciding if you want to keep it, or just say “No thanks” (I have thick skin, I won’t be offended!).

Check out the Truth About Quickness Trial Offer HERE:

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And Claude, let me know how it feels to do less, gain more and spend almost no time doing it!

Be cool,

-Alex

6 comments - add yours
Bob

September 8, 2009

I’d still like to hear what you and Kelly think of kettlebells for the posterior chain as compared to deadlifts and squats.

Claudel

September 8, 2009

Thanks alot for your advice, Alex….I’ll definitely give it a go

Alex Maroko

September 8, 2009

You got it Claudel.

Bob-

I think kettlebells are a good SECONDARY movement for the posterior chain. The problem is that you are limited in the amount of weight you can use with kettlebells. And it’s the amount of weight and force that can be manipulated in the squat and deadlift that make them such staples in athletic programs.

By replacing them with kettlebells, you’re losing out on a lot of potential strength to be gained.

With that being said, for the athletes that have access to kettlebells, I often program kettlebell work for them as supplementary posterior chain work or as part of conditioning “finishers”.

And I know this guy has gotten a lot of “pub” on Game Speed here lately, but he did just release a pretty sweet kettlbell program, in case you Bob or anyone else is interested. Here’s the link:

http://tinyurl.com/kettlebellworkouts

-Alex

mike luna

September 9, 2009

Hey alex , I ordered the quickness program and didn’t recieve all the videos. Can you please contact me.

mike luna

Alex

September 9, 2009

Hey Mike

What’s your email?

I’ll have my asst. take care of it ASAP for you.

Thanks,

Alex

Joker

September 12, 2009

Hi there,
Where are you from? Is it a secret? 🙂
Thanks