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Breath control and exercises a very important. They immediately give you super strength and fluid movement at the same time.

 

When you combine your physical training and exercises with the CoreForce Energy Breath Protocol training, it massively increases your muscular strength and speed quickly. But what is it?

 

The concept of having incredible and equal power on both your breath in and breath out is a new concept of training for almost every athlete I personally coach.

 

Most fitness experts and enthusiasts exude their greatest strength on the exhale of their breath during the concentric phase. This kind of breathing has been ingrained so deeply since most peoples’ childhood that few ever give it a thought that there is another way.

 

CoreForce Energy Breath Control Protocol

Few will ever attempt to lift or exert their greatest muscular effort on an inhale. 

 

In my opinion, you should be both equally strong on your inhale as your exhale.

 

Furthermore, you should not be limited to one action or rep per exhale or inhale.

 

Most athletes and exercise enthusiasts have no precise idea how they breathe out or in during exercise or a specific sports movement. 

 

Breath control and the actual timing of your breath during a movement can instantly increase your power and speed. When executing a movement, conscious awareness of breath control and can give you fluid or constipated movement. 

 

 Enter CoreForce Energy Breath Control Protocol

 

The CoreForce Energy Breath Protocol training reveals extraordinary breath control exercises that teaches you how you can be equally strong on your inhale as you exhale and where you can do, say 20 powerful action movements like a punch on BOTH your inhalation and exhalations.

 

A great way to start training is to do the same movement on your exhale and then immediately do the same movement on an inhale and then try to make them feel exactly the same with equal explosive power. I often will do 2 pushups exhaling on the pushing upwards. then, reverse my breath so that on the pushup, I'm inhaling.

 

Try changing this up every 2 or three reps for a total of 10-20 and you'll start feeling some amazing power and strength increasing. This kind of breath control exercise will give you a tremendous boost in your cardiovascular development.

 

 

Mastering Breath Control Gives You Immediate
Increased Strength, Fluid Movement, and Speed

 

Next, if you're a UFC, MMA, or boxing fan, listen to every single fighter when they throw a punch. It’s one breath exhalation per punch. You will never hear them punch on an inhale. You will very rarely ever hear them strike twice on one exhalation.

 

Usually, you'll see them throw a barrage of punches only in the range of 1 to 7 at most. 

 

Then, instead of continuing a merciless barrage, they withdraw. Why? So they can catch their breath – “pacing” themselves. The real answer is that they are exerting too much effort throwing one punch per breath.

 

You will hear most every one of them exhale loudly on the punch. Their inhalation is usually dramatically shorter in length than their exhalation. I consider it usually a gasp for air. and, this is one of the reasons why the coaches are always screaming from the sidelines, “Breathe!”

 

Now, imagine a new way of breathing and training where you were able to strike up to 20 times with maximum power on one breath exhalation! Then, imagine continuing this unstoppable barrage with equal power again striking 20 times on your inhalation – and inhalation that wasn't a short gasp for air but a long powerful oxygen intake into your system may do more resilient and flexible in your body movements and flow.

 

The CoreForce Energy Breath Control Protocol
Gives You An Unfair Advantage

 

This kind of breath control training gives you an incredible advantage over your competitors in strength, speed, fluid movement, and endurance. I've shown many fighters how they can launch up to 20 strikes on BOTH on their exhalation and inhalation breath in a massive quick attack. Think about it, that's barrage of up to 40 equally powerful strikes their opponent would be trying to defend against.

 

Now, imagine the endurance you'll have when you train this way every day instead of how most fighters train where it's one breath out for virtually every single punch. Your endurance, power, and speed will be dynamically better.

 

Every fighter I've shown this to has said that it would be impossible to defend against. 

 

Now imagine how effortless you're running would be if you could do seven to 10 strides on one breath exhalation instead of the short constipated breathing the most people do.

 

Doing things the old way where you do one rep for breath exhausts you quickly whether you're a fighter, a bodyweight enthusiast, or weightlifter, etc.

 

If you want to explode your strength and human potential into another stratosphere, then get started with CoreForce Energy training and learn this new way of breath control in the members training area. Discover many cutting-edge high performance techniques that will give you unstoppable muscular strength, power, speed, endurance, and a effortless flow of body movement you never imagined possible.

 

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How good are super strength training techniques if you are not stimulating your mind to acquire superior abilities as well?

So many jocks I encounter these days condition their bodies feverishly with often bizarre and extreme methods in the desire to transcend into the domain that people might call “super human”.

It's a fantasy of so many athletes and people as a whole to possess “super human” qualities – to find ways to access their ultimate human physical performance and excel far beyond what their competition can do.

Maybe it was bred by so many childhood comic books, animated cartoon, films, and computer games. Maybe it is just in many people's genetic code to want to be more — to be special and to be heads above the herd.

Do You Want to Enter the Super Human Realm?

Regardless, if we're genuinely to one day develop beyond our human capabilities into a “superhuman-realm”, then I ask why is it that the absolute majority of athletes still condition their bodies so unrelentingly and yet habitually omit to condition their minds as aggressively with comparable time and exuberance?

Call me strange, but even as a youngster I always believed that my favorite superhuman characters would for sure have to be in command of some sort of super brainpower in order to do all the herculean feats of strength they did.

How could all those superhumans possess so many astonishing skills and yet be barren of a superior brain of some kind to make it all possible?strength_definition

Even though most of them purportedly developed their super strength from some kind of nuclear reaction, chemical reaction, or from having been born on another planet or solar system with completely different laws of physics, I always imagined that their mental capacity would sure enough function so differently from ours and that's the precise reason their bodies would react so magnificently and far beyond our human capabilities.

Is Over Training Giving You Diminishing Returns?

It IS the brain that commands the body isn’t it?

In the interest of acquiring superhuman strength, so many an athlete drive themselves into a spiraling whirlpool of decreasing returns called overtraining and other irrational behaviors.

Living with the ideal that “more is better” frequently leads so many to be forgetful that the pain and stiffness they are seeking to work through are in reality their muscles, nerves, and body mechanisms attempting to communicate to the brain that they need a lot time to mend properly before they can be pushed further into accessing the powers of super strength.

Employing our will over utilizing some common sense does not seem to equate to superior intelligence.

Every human being with a desire to become super human had best not only train their brains systematically and regularly to think more expeditiously and creatively, but to train it to acknowledge the distress signals that the body is trying to communicate to the brain and to promptly take time off from their super strength training in order to rest adequately.

A super brain must have not only the ability to press the body harder but to heed what the body is also telling it more intelligently. These are things that will assist it in order to heal faster and to become stronger in the shortest amount of time.

Let Your Body Recover Sufficiently

I think it would be sensible for us to expend a good deal more time letting the body recover sufficiently so it can come back supercharged for the next workout.

What better time than on our recovery periods away from the gym to learn better ways to bridge the immense powers of the intellectual realm with the exact language your body intuitively translates to aggressively change the manners in which you move and explode with muscular strength and speed?

Perhaps it’s just me, but it appears logical that a human being who desires to become superhuman physically would as well prefer to be developing a super human brain at the same time to go along with the tights and superior attributes of their ideal superhuman.

Melding the Mind and Body

If acquiring super strength is your goal, then what a great idea would it be to expend your recovery time away from the gymnasium expeditiously to learn fresh ways of thinking and new ways of powerfully melding the mind to the body?

How extraordinary it would be if schools began seriously advocating super strength training for BOTH mind and body and teach pupils how the body and the mind functioning as one can really wake up our hidden capabilities to truly be more than we ever believed imaginable?

Hmmm, perhaps I have read too many comic books…what do you think?

To your strength and mastery,
Garin Bader
P.S. When you want to get serious about learning to connect your mind to your body, then zip over to CoreForce Energy https://www.coreforceenergy.com. You'll definitely find how to bridge the vast powers of the mental realm with the precise language your body intuitively understands to aggressively change the ways you move and explode with muscular strength and speed. It’s no fantasy.

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Enjoy this video of music, art, engaging the powers of the imagination.

This is a video of one of my piano performances last night of one of my compositions, "Aurora", that I dedicated to my very dear and gifted artist friend, JD Buckwell. His paintings inspired the music and I think you'll hear as I try to match the richness of his color and brilliant light with splashes of sound and resonance.

He is a magnificent painter whose shards of brilliant color dance on the each canvas he creates. Each painting is named appropriately with titles that not only engage the imagination but seem to have the same life as what they depict.

Read these titles and see how each titles inspires a picture without even hearing my music or seeing his art. That is the magic you innately possess – the ability to see vivid pictures in your mind.

"The Beginning", "The Inferno", "Emerald", "Resurrection", "Solar Flare", "Jade Mist", "New World", "Neptune's Realm", "North Star", "Apocalypse", "Deep Waters", "Ocean's Garden", "Morning Light", "Fury", "Four Seasons", "Fire & Ice", and "Aurora".

Whether it is art, music, or achieving super strength, the imagination is where all great and powerful things originate. Learning to see color, light, and sound together and with clarity engage the creative juices as well as the emotions that unlock the genius attributes and unfathomable strengths that are buried within all of us.

When you can learn how your imagination can engage every muscle fiber to contract with perfect and fluid timing, the synchronicity of all parts of your being can create super strength to things you formerly thought impossible to achieve.

 

We are all powerful vibrational beings

We are all powerful vibrational beings and yet we use nowhere near a fraction of our real capabilities. The secrets to unlocking your strengths lie in engaging your imagination, understanding how sound waves, light, and color affect how powerful those vibrational waves are transmitted into the body and musculature as I teach in CoreForce Energy.

Of course the other important ingredient necessary is, of course – persistent and relentless action that only You can supply.

We spend too much time justifying to ourselves and others why we can't do things when, in reality, we would do much better if we were spend a little of that time to just engage all our senses with complete abandonment and with a childlike bravery to just try to do things we think are impossible each day.

We are all born with magnificent minds that can create and bring incredible things into reality. We all have in our possession super computers that would love to bring forth brilliant things if it weren't for our own voices telling our brains that fantasy has nothing to do with reality.

All impossible things like the computer you're reading this on and the light-bulbs that light your room were once fantasies. Are you willing to engage your imagination to achieve the "Impossible Dream" while facing thousands of failures before your eventual success?

Like Thomas Edison, are you willing to fail thousands of times before you "see the light"?

I hope you enjoy the video but more-so, that you let the color light and sound engage your creative juices to begin your own adventures and works of art in your New Year. Each day and every moment, we all have a choice to spend our vibrational energy creating something of greatness or use it to tear down and minimize our infinite and innate strengths.

To Your Strength and Mastery,
Garin Bader

"Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try one more time."
~Thomas Edison
1847-1931, Inventor and Entrepreneur


"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.
A person starts to live when he can live outside himself."
Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new."
~ Albert Einstein