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Coffee That Farts

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

So I’m in the restaurant this morning, having a scrumptious breakfast following my workout. And the waitress approaches with a bag of coffee in hand.

“I have a question for you,” she says.

“Oh yeah. What is it?”

“Why are there air holes in coffee bags?”

“There are holes in coffee bags?” I say.

“Yes, look,” she says.

“Hmm,” I reply. “Might have something to do with gas. Might even be a coffee bean gas – which could be just as dangerous as green house gases.”

She smiled.

I reached for my handy i-phone and Googled her question. Within seconds I discovered that my joke was nearly correct. Roasted coffee beans give off carbon dioxide, so instead of waiting a day before slapping them inside a bag – which used to be the practice – the coffee people bag the beans then poke a small hold for the gas to escape.

Upon the waitress return to the table, I told her I had the answer. When she heard it she said, “So coffee farts.”

“Uh, well, uh, sumthun like that,” I replied.

After she walked away I got to thinking. People today are overloaded with gases of one sort or another. We like to refer to them as toxins. When we exercise we help rid our body of these gases and toxins. But, just like when we were babies, we accumulate gas after each and every meal.

In society today we’re encouraged not to belch or burp – we’re told that it’s rude. Yet we burp a baby after every meal.

Adults are no different than a baby – just older and filled with far more gases and toxins. So we need to be burped too – by ourselves.

One of the many benefits of my best-selling programs, Combat Conditioning and Combat Abs is how they help melt excess fat – and purge excess toxins and gas from your body in record time.

When you do the Farmer Burns Stomach Flattener, for example, as well as the vacuum, as taught in Combat Abs – it’s not uncommon to have gas come up – or down. And it’s important to eliminate all

shyness – along with the gas – in private, of course. Unless you’re a Neanderthal – like me, hehe.

Like a bag of roasted coffee beans, we have a hole to let the excess gas out. In fact, we’ve got more than one – but who’s counting?

Use the hole in your face, ya know, that pie hole, to take in more oxygen and to let the carbon dioxide and other toxins out. Just like a baby, you’ll feel a sense of instant relief.

Kick butt – take names,

Matt Furey

P.S. If you’re suffering from elbow tendinitis – aka “tennis elbow” – I’ve got good news for you. I’m releasing a DVD on this problem next week called, How to Eliminate Elbow Tendinitis. Stay tuned and together we’ll take care of what ails ya.

Banish Your Belly in 5 Seconds

Monday, January 25th, 2010

There’s an exercise for your abs – as well as your entire waistline that you can do in five seconds.

This exercise can be done while standing, as you sit – or while lying in bed.

And if you do this exercise six to ten times per day, in the shower, while at a traffic light – or while waiting for your breakfast – you may be stunned at what happens.

I’m talking about inches flying off your belly, greatly improved digestion and a big increase in sexual stamina and power.

This exercise is so incredible I’ve featured it in my best-seller, Combat Abs along with a quick weight loss program that can help you trip six to ten pounds off within a week.

Grab this program today and begin reducing your waistline immediately.

Matt Furey

P.S. BTW, if you’re suffering from heel pain or plantar fasciitis – make sure you check out the FIX.

Got Knee Pain?

Tuesday, January 19th, 2010

If you’ve been suffering with knee pain and the prospects of having surgery don’t resonate with you, I may have the best news you’ve heard in years.

But first, let me tell you how I’ve avoided major knee surgery twice.

The first time was way back in January of 1982. While practicing moves “off the mat” in the dormitory at University of Iowa, I lost balance and slammed my knee cap on the hard floor. I heard and felt something pop and immediately sensed something was wrong.

I curled my leg and straightened it several times to see if I had full mobility. I did – but the knee still felt strange.

So I tested it further by running a few sprints down the corridor.

Everything was A-Okay.

The next morning, however, I woke up in terrible pain and could not bend my leg more than an inch or two.

After exploratory arthroscopic surgery the surgeon told me I had partially severed ligaments. How to fix them? Three to six months of rest. I avoided surgery because the ligaments weren’t totally severed and there really was no surgery at the time for partial severing.

Fast forward to 1987. I’m now living in Soquel, California, where I am the owner of the very first commercial personal training studio in the area. In the late afternoon I jump on a stationary cycle and begin to pedal. I go through a 30-minute workout, replete with 30 and 60-second bursts to maximize fat burning.

Two hours later the same knee I injured five years earlier begins to swell. And it continues to swell until it’s bigger than a slow-pitch softball.

Naturally, I block out the pain and ignore it. And this decision leads to an infection. I go to emergency and get the knee drained. The next day I return to get it drained again. Same thing on the third day.

Finally, when the knee is no longer swollen, a doctor examines me. He determines that “the blade” is the only way to go. He says I need my bursa sac removed. I elect to get a second opinion. Doctor number two plays the same tune.

I ignore him as well.

Instead I decide to figure out exercises I can do to rehabilitate the knee so I don’t need surgery.

I also explore what I did wrong to create the swelling in the first place.

And 23 years later, I still have my bursa sac and am, “knock on wood” – (with the exception of the exploratory arthroscopic surgery in 1982) surgery free in both knees. In addition to that, I am also pain-free in both knees. For a combat athlete and martial artist, this situation is very rare.

World-renowned hip and knee surgeon, Dr. Bill Stillwell, author of Dr. Bill’s Pain-Free Program-Exercises to Prevent or Eliminate Knee Pain knows why I’m pain and surgery free and he reveals the secrets in his course.

Unlike the two surgeons who offered me the blade in 1987, Dr. Bill was famous for offering an alternative to surgery in 90% of the cases he treated – and he worked with everyone from the pro athlete to the executive to the elderly man or woman.

In his course he teaches you how to bypass surgery – as well as how to prevent or eliminate knee pain altogether.

In reading and reviewing Dr. Bill’s course, I was delighted to find many exercises that I used to rehabilitate and heal my knee without surgery or medication. And there’s a very, very good chance these secrets will work for you, too.

That’s why I wholeheartedly recommend you get Dr. Bill’s course right away and start living the pain-free lifestyle you once knew.

Go here and place your order NOW.


Matt Furey

P.S. Yes, I do receive a kick-back for this endorsement, but let me tell you something. I receive a ton of books, DVDs and programs each week asking for my endorsement. Yet, Dr. Bill’s is the only program

of this kind that I recommend. Why? Because if there was no such thing as money, I’d be telling you about it. And I think that is the ultimate reason to recommend anything. Don’t you? Go to

here and place your order NOW.

Climate Changers

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

I’m out of Vancouver – where’s it’s 52 degrees – so I can return to Florida where it’s … 55 degrees – and will be 35 in the evening.

This is the kind of climate change we ought to be hearing about, eh? From cold to cold.

Meanwhile, there’s something more important than climate change. It’s being a “climate changer.”

Let me explain: A climate changer is the type of person who changes the energy of a room by his or her mere presence.

He’s filled with energy, gusto and an oftentimes quiet zest for living. Regardless of what’s going on in the world, he’s able to get up with enthusiasm and go to bed looking for ways to make life worth living to the full.

With a simple handshake, hug, smile or eye-engaging nod, a climate changer makes you feel appreciated. When many around you are only able to find the negative in the news, the climate changer is able to look for the gem stones – and find them.

Many of these gem stones lie within the confines of your own mind. They’re previous positive memories that left deep impressions. And when they’re recalled and relived – they instantly change the climate – and the rules of the game you’re playing.

Instead of being filled with dread, fear, worry or gloom – when you take a look back through memory lane (or someone else’s positive memories)- you are instantly uplifted and enlightened. And you suddenly develop greater courage and confidence to go out into the world and change the climate around you by becoming who you’ve always wanted to be.

We can all sit around and argue about whether there is real or imagined climate change. But what is the point of it if the climate within our own minds hasn’t changed? What does it matter the temperature on the outside if we are cold and ruthless within?

Regardless of the temperature on the outside – whether it’s below freezing in Green Bay or 55 in Tampa Bay – we can still choose to be kind, friendly and helpful to ourselves and others.

Regardless of previous setbacks and defeats – despite failures and retreats – we can still pick ourselves up and prepare ourselves for better days.

And there’s no better way to tell you how to do this than my book, The Unbeatable Man.

No one is immune to failure – no one is free from mistakes.

But all of us need a roadmap, a guide, a WAY to observe how the champions in life prepared for victory after suffering great loss.

How did they redeem themselves?

How can YOU redeem yourself?

That’s the question.

And you’ll discover the answer in The Unbeatable Man.

Don’t just read this book. DEVOUR IT.

Go here and order NOW and I’ll send you a FREE CD on The Power of Thought Vibration – which will help you achieve your dreams and goals with effortless effort.

Matt Furey

P.S. I’m willing to bet that if you get the CDs along with the book you’ll be listening to this story over and over again. They’re that good.

Where are all the fat people?

Monday, January 11th, 2010

I’m here in Vancouver, Canada. Been here since Friday, attending a private MasterMind session as well as meandering around town eating great Thai and Mediterranean dishes.

The food here is fantastic – and believe it or don’t – it’s hard to spot any fat people.

I’m serious.

Go into a restaurant or bar here in Canada’s Pacific North West and you’ll have a difficult time finding an obese or morbidly obese person. And if you do, he or she is probably from the U.S. or some other ever-fattening country.

Last night I ate at a steakhouse called “The Keg” and when the waiter approached I said, “Could you please tell me where all the fat women are in Vancouver? I can’t seem to find them anywhere?”

He laughed and said, “I don’t have any idea.”

Now, you might think it’s the Vancouver diet that keeps the Canadians so much leaner than Americans – but that would only be part of the answer.

Fact is they MOVE. They walk, run, rollerblade and practice martial arts. And yes, there are a lot who do Combat Conditioning and Combat Abs.

The truth is you can keep yourself fit and trim if you make a vow to keep moving. And if you’re out of shape, you can make tremendous progress if you’ll begin moving your body through time and space.

Even so, there are other secret ways to accelerate the pace of your ongoing progress – and they are so fantastic that you’ll want to begin using them straight away.

I let the “cat out of the bag” on these secrets before Christmas and they are helping people lose weight and feel great all over the planet.

Jump in NOW by going here as I’m only taking a select number of people at a time to lead to the promised land.

Make sure you’re one of them.

Matt Furey

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