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Here’s what happens when you’re good

Monday, February 27th, 2012

There’s a wise saying you’d better remember if you plan on rising above the herd: “Better to be envied than pitied.”

Here’s another one: “When you’re down on your luck, don’t complain because 80% of humanity doesn’t care and the other
20% are glad.”

A Pennsylvania man once laughed when I told him the latter quote. He said, “I’m laughing because I’m the 20% who is

Indeed, he was. He was even happy when the Steelers lost the Super Bowl two years ago. Imagine that.

Personally, I believe compassion is in order for most people. As a coach I look at the worst athlete on the team and
make a goal to improve him 100 percent. Then I look at who’s already good and figure out how to make him 10 percent

Why only 10 percent. Because ten percent is a huge improvement for someone who is already good. On the other foot, one
hundred percent better may not make the worst athlete good – but dadgummit, you’ve done your job.

How do I reach the worst and the best to get the most out of them. The secrets are in my Magnetic Mind Power program as
well as the Zero Resistance Living program.

These two programs change lives. They change the young and the not so young. They work wonders – even miracles.

And you can be a living example of how when you put the material I teach to good use.

I’m collecting proof on a daily basis with those whom I coach. What about you.

Let’s change the world one face at a time. The rewards for doing so outshine anything you can even imagine.


Matt Furey

P.S. you’ll  receive a copy of Expect to Win – Hate to Lose if you’re one of the first 25 to jump on this offer today.

Hard Muscles Over-rated

Friday, February 24th, 2012

The muscle magazines would like you to believe that having a “hard body” with
rock-hard muscles is a good thing. They’d like you to believe that hard muscle
equals functional strength and increased athleticism.

Not a chance.

Stronger muscles equal greater athleticism. Not bigger ones. Not hard ones.

Just stronger.

That’s it.

The same goes with flexibility. Some people would like you to believe that being
able to do the splits equals athleticism. They’d like you to believe that being flexible
is the key to preventing injuries.

Okay, so why all the injuries in yoga classes.

Having flexible muscles that are weak is just as bad as having rock-hard
muscles that are inflexible and non-functional.

Does this mean you shouldn’t work on strength or flexibility?

Absolutely not.

In fact, what you want to do is work on both simultaneously. You want to make your
muscles twice as strong and twice as flexible without working on each in a separate
training session.

You want to stretch and strengthen when other people are doing either/or and neither/nor.

From a distance, someone who has athletic muscles may appear to be chiseled
from granite, but upon closer inspection, you’ll see that his muscles are loose and
limber. Totally functional. Not stiff.

When you watch the bonus segment I have up on Combat Stretching at
http://mattfurey.com/combat_stretching.html – you may think my muscles are
like rocks. I assure you they aren’t.

On the outside, you want the tissues to be soft and pliable. On the inside,
you want the strength of steel as well as the pliability of jungle cat.

This is what most people really want when they talk about flexibility and

And that’s why I deliver these attributes to you in Combat Stretching.

Be one of the next 25 people who order today and I have a couple bonuses
to send your way.


Matt Furey

19 Years of Pain Vanishing

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Check out the email I received over the weekend:

Dear Matt,

You’ve done what again, you ask.  Fixed another shoulder.  I read your emails and the sales page where those who had shoulder pain were fixed in just one session.  I thought to myself, “yeah right.”  But your website also said “Get out of shoulder pain in 7 days.”  I said 7 days isn’t too bad.  I’ll try it.  After the FIRST session, I was better than I have been in 19 years!

I had both shoulders operated on in 1993 and couldn’t do any exercises for the upper body.  I tried bodyweight exercises (I purchased your books hoping they would help) and couldn’t do 2 regular or Hindu pushups because of the pain.  So for the past 19 years I haven’t been able to do simple exercises.

I ordered you Eliminate Shoulder Pain course and tried it the day it arrived on my worst shoulder.  I did the massage techniques and special exercises along with you on the DVD.  I told my wife that my shoulder was sore, but in a good way.  The next day it really felt good, so I tried doing Hindu Pushups.  Imagine my surprise and delight when I could do 7 of them!  I would have done more, but when I haven’t exercised for 19 years, that’s all I could do.

I did the Hindu Pushups along with some other bodyweight exercises the rest of the week.  On Saturday I watched your program again and followed along with you, only this time doing them on both shoulders.  While they are not yet completely healed, they are getting stronger and stronger!  I am so happy that I can finally exercise again.  Thank you so very much for this wonderful program.


P.S.  Can you autograph “Expect To Win” for me when I order it.  Thanks.

MJF: Lance, that’s fantastic news. Thanks for the update. Yes, I’d love to autograph a copy for you. Keep me posted on your progress.

Order my shoulder pain fix today and start living without pain


Matt Furey

Broken Bones vs Torn Tendons

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

There’s an ancient Chinese saying, “Better to break a
bone that tear a tendon.”

Two years ago this truth really hit home. Here’s why:
My daughter was at gymnastics class and she sustained
what the coaches thought was an elbow injury. It happens
all the time.

Even so they advised us to get an x-ray and make sure.

Upon looking at the x-ray I spotted a break in her
humerus (upper arm bone). I immediately phoned
Dr. Bill – an orthopaedic surgeon of the highest order.

Using my i-Phone I took a photo of the x-ray and emailed
it to him. As soon as he saw the film he said, “Oh, this is
great. It’s the best break you can ask for. She won’t need
surgery. She won’t even need a cast. They’ll probably just
put a splint on it and gravity will heal it perfectly.”

What a relief that was.

And true to his words, the docs in Emergency confirmed,
almost verbatim, what Dr. Bill said.

So my daughter was inconvenienced for a few days with
a splint – and my wife and I were grateful the injury wasn’t

At a young age you don’t often hear of kids tearing tendons –
but as we get older, tendons and ligaments are very common

Elbow tendonitis is a perfect example. So is plantar fasciitis.
Then there’s carpal tunnel pain – and so on.

I’ve personally dealt with a number of tendon injuries – and
learned how to “fix” each of them on my own without drugs,
surgery or any other medical procedure.

Just tried and true tendon exercises that I’ve learned in China
or from Chinese kung fu masters. These exercises have not only
gotten me out of pain – they’ve done the same for the people
I’ve shown them to in my DVDs.

Wouldn’t you like to be the next person to rid yourself of
a nagging tendon injury?

If so, then be sure to check out the links listed below for the best news
you’ve heard in a long time.

For carpal tunnel pain go here.

For heel, achilles or plantar fasciitis go here.

For elbow tendonitis go here.

For shoulder pain go here.

Otherwise, have a great, great day.


Matt Furey

P.S. Stay tuned for my knee pain fix. I’ll be announcing it in the next few days.

Watch this stretching video

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

A few detractors are openly doubting my flexibility. So if you want to see proof – I got it. Go here and you’ll see a video clip at the top of the page.

In the clip you’ll see a stretch that most people can begin working on immediately to rid themselves of back pain and make their spine far more flexible.

It addition to that, you’ll see me working out in private doing something that damn few people can do, much less a 220-lb 47 year-old. Go watch this video now then order your copy of Combat Stretching now.


Matt Furey

Got Tight Hamstrings

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Ever notice how many people cannot do a simple hamstring stretch without feeling pain and stiffness.

Perhaps you’re one of these people. If so, I have some very good news for you.

Whenever you stretch your hamstrings, you create a sense of calmness. You unwind your mind. You de-stress and decompress.

And the further you’re able to stretch your hamstrings – the further you stretch your mind.

You let go of fear.

You let go of the past.

You start going places you’ve never gone before.

When you stretch your hamstrings in the proper way; a way in which you let all the air out of your unnecessarily inflated balloon – you don’t just cause a physical change in your life. You cause a change in your mind and body.

You open yourself to greater possibilities. You stop holding back. You get up and go.

Making even a 1/2 inch improvement in your hamstring stretch can be a huge marker in your ongoing development.  And the day you can toss your foot onto a tree branch to stretch your hamstrings, the way you see me doing here at your friends will be amazed.

You, on the other hand, will simply be relaxed and loving life.

Yes, life is a lot better when you’re loose, limber and flexible – all the way around.

So make sure you give yourself some of the flexibility your body/mind wants, needs and deserves.

Go and order my best-selling Combat Stretching course NOW.


Matt Furey

P.S. The first 50 people to order today have some special bonuses in store. Make sure you’re one of them.

Before You Can Do Anything

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Here’s a little thought for today:

“No one ever does anything without thinking about it first. Whether you are active or passive in your orientation toward life, this was preceded by the thoughts you allowed into your mind. You can talk action, action, action all you want – but nothing and no one moves until there is a mental picture of movement.” – Matt Furey


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