Update #4: Your Questions Answered
You’ve also read that Mike was a former SWAT Commander right? He was responsible for saving lives of citizens and his own men. He was also a tier 1 body guard working for some extremely high profile clients that I’m not even legally allowed to mention. If his SWAT team trusted him and other successful men have hired him to protect their lives, than I trust him to deliver on this training program as well.
Bottom line over the years Mike has trained everyone from Military and Law Enforcement Personnel, Bodyguards, Competitive Fighters, to regular guys like you and I that want to get strong.
Q: How strong will I get?
A: Don’t limit yourself. You may get better results than Mike and I or you may get worse results….because we’re different people. But if you’re able to develop even half the strength Mike demonstrated in his feats of strength video would you be happy?
A: The workouts take less than 1-hour to complete.
And believe me, I am talking to YOU. Because everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, can get stronger than they are right now.
Well if that’s what you wanted to hear, sorry to disappoint you. You don’t need to spend any extra money on supplements to do this program.
Q: I saw Mike doing some pretty extreme things in that YouTube Video, are feats of strength part of the program?
A: No you will not be bending steel bars or rolling up a frying pan in your training. That’s just Mike’s real time validation that his training methods produce bone crushing strength.
The routines found within this program are all functional, meaning they are designed to work and to allow your body to work better. But they’re not strange, exotic or overcomplicated. It’s not about that.
Mike’s peak performance knowledge was first put to the test after he was injured in a climbing accident in 1984. This came just several months after he had left active-duty service as an Army paratrooper to attend the University of Arizona on an ROTC scholarship. With a broken back and screws holding his ankles together, Mike was discharged from military service
Over the next decade Mike eventually became one of the most highly credentialed tactical trainers in the United States, with over 25 different Use-of-Force and Weapons Systems instructor designations to his name.
In 1995, concurrent with his law enforcement and training duties, Mike returned to military service in a part-time role. Following a rigorous selection process, he was accepted into the 194th Long-Range Surveillance (Airborne) Detachment and full ‘jump’ status.
This was a significant milestone for Mike, who had been told 11 years earlier by an Army surgeon that he would never run again, much less jump out of any more airplanes.
Bottom Line: If Mike can recover from a broken back and screws in his ankle to regain full “jump” status in the military than why can’t you overcome a few obstacles yourself?
Sure the Savage Strength Training program will challenge you, but that’s what you need! If Mike can walk the walk and train the Savage Strength way after being told he would never walk again, perhaps there are some people in your life that we can help you prove wrong as well?
Keep training hard,