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<ul><li><p>LEGAL</p><p> 2011 Elliott Hulse &amp; Mike WesterdalAll Rights Reserved. International Copyright</p><p></p><p>This publication is fully copyrighted and does not come with giveaway or resale rights. You may not sell or redistribute this report. It is reserved solely for paid members of Copyright and illegal distribution violations will be prosecuted. This document has been watermarked with a digital GPS identification tag.</p><p>NOTICEThe information presented is not intended for the treatment or prevention of disease, nor a substitute for medical treatment, nor as an alternative to medical advice.</p><p>This publication is presented for information purposes, to increase the public knowledge of developments in the field of strength and conditioning. The program outlined herein should not be adopted without a consultation with your health professional.</p><p>Use of the information provided is at the sole choice and risk of the reader. You must get your physicians approval before beginning this or any other exercise program.</p><p>http://www.LeanHybridMuscle.com</p></li><li><p>Anabolic Energy</p><p>Every time we watch the television we are reminded of all the reasons why we should feel afraid, anxious and nervous; and then were sold pills to fix the problem! </p><p>If you are reading this youre probably already convinced that exercise is good medicine. </p><p>But did you know that the type of exercises you do determines how your Autonomic Nervous System stimulates the release of hormones?</p><p>There are exercise and lifestyle choices that ADD stress to our bodies, thus forcing it to release Catabolic Hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol. These exercises are great since they break down the body in preparation for the rebuilding phase that would normally follow.</p><p>There are also exercises and lifestyle choices that REDUCE stress in our bodies, thus inviting it to release Anabolic Hormones such as testosterone and growth hormone. In this rebuilding phase your body is actually getting stronger by adjusting its ability to handle greater stress. </p><p>The problem is that many of us who are relentless in our pursuit for greater strength and fitness tend to create imbalance by over stimulating the release of Catabolic Hormones through vigorous exercise, and never make any conscious effort to stimulate the release of Anabolic Hormones though energizing exercise. </p><p>Whats more, we live in a very stressful time and in a culture that does not value down time or any passive activity that allows us to grow. </p><p>The motto weve been forced to adopt is go, go, go!, with very little opportunity for grow, grow, grow. </p><p>The energy and vitality in our that allows us to grow stronger is a lot like investing. Just like you have to have money to invest so that you can earn more money, it takes energy and vitality to earn more energy and vitality in your body!</p></li><li><p>Just like how the alternator in your car is fueled by the battery, it is the alternator that recharges the battery in return, all of systems are energy dependent, even the ones that PRODUCE energy.</p><p>Your digestive system, circulatory system, musculoskeletal system, nervous system and hormonal systems are all consumers AND producers of energy in your body.</p><p>For example, the energy that you expend in inhale air with each breath is payed back when your lungs take oxygen from the air and attach it to iron particles in your red blood cells to be delivered all over your body via the heart and arteries. </p><p>The oxygen in the air you breath carries a very strong positive charge while your body and the water it holds has negative charge. You might remember from high school science class that wherever you find a positive and negative pole, energy is produced. </p><p>This new energy that is produced in our body is called Chi or Qi Energy by masters in the martial arts. </p><p>When we breath and move our body in a focused and relaxed fashion we invite this powerful Chi energy into our muscles and organs where its power is magnified and recycled. </p><p>Anabolic Energizer exercises, like the ones youll lean in this manual, shuttle Chi energy throughout our body along the lines of our nervous system and hormones, where it provides us with:</p><p> Better Sleep</p><p> More Focus &amp; Concentration</p><p> Improved Mental Clarity</p><p> The Ability To Think Creatively </p><p> Brighter Eyes</p></li><li><p> Less Anxiety &amp; Depression</p><p> A More Refined Metabolism</p><p> Better Communication Skills </p><p> Stronger Ability To Relate To Others</p><p> Lower Blood Pressure</p><p> More Youthful Looking Skin</p><p> Stronger Immunity Against Sickness &amp; Disease</p><p> Faster Recovery From Workouts</p><p> Improved Athletic Ability</p><p> Better Digestion And Nutrient Assimilation</p><p> Stronger Self Esteem And Personal Power</p><p> Increased Libido And Sexual Activity</p><p> A Sense Of Stability And Strength</p><p> Become The Strongest Version Of YOU!</p><p>How To Use Anabolic EnergizersThere is no right or wrong way to use these exercises, but below I provide a few pointers on how I have used them and how you can get the most out of them yourself. </p><p>1. The slower you move when doing these exercises the more powerful the anabolic response will be.</p></li><li><p>2.Keep your mind and thoughts focused on your breathing. Get distracted simply return to your breath without judgement or frustration. </p><p>3.There may be times where your muscles begin to shake or quiver, this is a normal response to the increase of electrical energy in the tissue. </p><p>4.If you have a tendency towards tight shoulders, tight neck or headaches, these exercises are great for reducing that pressure. </p><p>5. These exercise are very powerful but can be used on a daily basis for everyone from the most de-conditioned person to the professional athlete. </p></li><li><p>Earth Diggers </p><p>* Stand with your feet together. * Reach your hands down your legs, bending your knees.* Put your hands on top of your feet and toes.* Inhale as you raise your hips and stretch the back of your legs.* Exhale as you drop your hips down again.* The tempo of the movement should be slow and in coordination with your breath.* Repeat this exercise for 10 reps, once a day.</p></li><li><p>Sex Pistols</p><p>* Stand with your knees slightly bent.* Inhale as you rotate your hips forward and stick your butt up in the air.* Keep your upper body still as you move your hips.* Exhale as you rotate your hips backwards and tuck your butt under. * The tempo of the movement should be slow and in coordination with your breath.* Repeat this exercise for 10 reps, once a day.</p></li><li><p>Chops</p><p>* Stand with your knees slightly bent with your hands clasped in front of you.* Inhale as you extend your arms over your head and stretch backwards.* Exhale as you bring your hands down and chop through your legs. * The tempo of the movement should be slow and in coordination with your breath.* Repeat this exercise for 10 reps, once a day.</p></li><li><p>Archers </p><p>* Stand with your knees slightly bent, facing sideways, hands together in front.* Inhale as you slide your hand across your body moving backwards.* Exhale as you push your hand forward to the starting position. * The tempo of the movement should be slow and in coordination with your breath.* Repeat this exercise for 10 reps each side, once a day.</p></li><li><p>Heavy Heads</p><p>* Stand with your knees slightly bent and your head leaning to one side.* Inhale as you rotate your head backwards in a circular motion.* Exhale as you rotate your head back around to the front. * The tempo of the movement should be slow and in coordination with your breath.* Repeat this exercise for 10 reps each way, once a day.</p></li><li><p>Cross Crawl</p><p>* Stand with your knees slightly bent, arms extended overhead like a Y.* Inhale with your arms extended.* Exhale as you cross your opposite elbow to the opposite knee. * The tempo of the movement should be slow and in coordination with your breath.* Repeat this exercise for 10 reps each side, once a day.</p></li><li><p>ResourcesHow To Eat Move And Be Healthy by Paul Chek</p><p>The Way Of Energy by Lam Kam Chuen</p><p>The Seven Fold Journey by Anodea Judith Ph. 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