Tuesday, September 23, 2008

A Trick Learned From A Former Australian Judo Champ That You Can Use To Cure Joint Pain And Increase Your Muscular Strength In Less Then 3 Minutes…

My head is just spinning right now and I literally found what I believe to be the missing link that’s going to take your training and muscle gains to the next level. This goes way beyond the basic training, nutrition, and supplementation stuff that you probably have a good grasp on already. Trust me this is something totally different.

I’m talking about getting rid of nagging joint pains that you probably had for months or even years, and healing them within minutes. And even increasing your lifts by 50% or more within a single session, I shit you not my friend, this is the real deal. And just in case you are wondering this has nothing to do with any of that short range of motion partial rep stuff. This applies to real exercises, doing real full range of motion reps.

The method I’m talking about focuses on pressure points of your body and how by stimulating them you can INSTANTLY relieve pain and even more importantly INSTANTLY increase your strength. Now I’m not talking about something that you do and hopefully see results within weeks, No, No, No... I’m talking about something that you can do RIGHT NOW and get results within minutes!

So what is this you ask?

Well, I met an Australian physiotherapist, exercise physiologist, etc. basically the guy has half the friggen alphabet behind his name. Anyway, he was involved with various sports his whole life (i.e. judo, weight training, etc.) and over the past 35 years he has developed a system of “Nero Training” which you have to experience to believe. This thing has already spread from Australia, to Italy, to the UK, and now in the near future through yours truly, this is going to be shared throughout North America.

I had breakfast with him yesterday and he explained how it works. Then while we were sipping coffee after the meal he said:
“Lee, do you have any aliments or injuries right now?”

I thought about it for a minute and said:
“Yeah, now that you mention it I do, my elbow has been acting up. I’ve got elbow tendonitis” (i.e. tennis elbow).

He said:
“Do you want me to fix it right here, right now?”

I said:
“That’s cool with me, go ahead and put your money where your mouth is and prove to me that this stuff works.”

He sat next to me and then asked if he could pull on my arm and the way he pulled made me yell out a big “OUCH!” from the pain shooting up my arm from the tennis elbow. Then he did his sequence of pressure point stuff on me right there at the breakfast table, he started pressing on points along my spine and throughout my lats and traps, etc. while moving my arm in different positions.

He pulled on my arm again and it wasn’t quite as painful as the first time... he goes through the whole series of exercises again a second time. Then he pulled on my arm again and this time it was solid, he couldn’t budge it and I felt no pain what so ever!!!

I wouldn’t believe it if I didn’t experience it myself. I’ve been working out for over 18 years and seen a lot of crap come and go during that time. I’m more skeptical then most people when it comes to the fitness industry. I’m from the old school of thinking that if you have an ache, pain, injury, etc. then just let time heal it for you. But this old Aussie dude healed my elbow tendonitis that’s been bugging me for months in less then 3 minutes flat.

Long story short, he said that my elbow pain wasn’t caused in my elbow at all. It was from the muscles in my traps and rhomboids that were pinching a nerve that runs from the spine and down the arm. He fixed my frigging elbow from pressing on my back, how crazy is that? And here I thought I knew a thing or to about how the body works, I guess you can still teach an old dog new tricks after all.

This elbow tendonitis cure is just one thing in his bag of tricks, there are techniques like this for every part of the body. This stuff can fix shoulder problems, knee problems, hip problems, you name it... And not only does it eliminate pain, but it strengthens those areas as well so you can lift more weight and thus stimulate more muscle growth and get bigger and stronger a lot faster.

Over the coming weeks I’m going to by studying this system directly from the master himself, one on one, so I can then in turn condense it down and help teach it to you. This is exciting stuff and I’ll keep you posted with the latest news about the new “Nero Training System”.

all the best,
Lee Hayward
(Your Physique Transformation Specialist)


  1. Cool beans! Sounds almost chiropractic, but a little more limb-focused.

  2. sounds very very interesting. however shouldnt this stuff be done by a qualified physiotherapist? is it safe to do by yourself/too yourself?

    anyway, would like to hear more.

  3. Wow. I look forward to hearing more about these techniques. As a "mature" certified personal trainer, I love the idea of a natural cure for aches and pains that we all suffer from as the seasons pass.

    Thanks, Lee, for your contribution to lifting and fitness.

    Linda :)

  4. I'd love to know where I can get this type of therapy for my left elbow. Getting cortisone shots is for the birds, and I hear it actually increases degeneration of cartilage.

  5. Interesting Post Lee, i myself is suffering from a side forearm injury which pains a lot while working out my arms.
    May be you cud help me by teaching this new techinque.

  6. Wow,
    Sounds to good.
    I will be anxiously waiting for your update on this topic.

  7. Hi Lee great article i have problems with my elbow and would love to get it fixed what is this guys name.


  8. I've had a niggling back injury while doing deadlifts in the gym three years back. Last year sometime at a friend's place this unassuming gatekeeper saw me and asked about the pain. He offered to take care of it. 20 minutes later I was flat on my tummy with the man poking my toes, behind the knees and thighs.

    2 minutes of excruciating pain later I stood up and have never felt the pain since. The weirdest bit is this man is entirely self taught from a remote village in Bihar, India.