I don't have much of an ego. (Although isn't it egotistical for me to even say that?)
When I was a young trainer with more "stones" than brains, I thought I knew everything. Nobody could tell me anything about anything because I knew it all!
Times have changed. And now I've learned how to try to detach my ego from every encounter and experience that I have especially every time I speak to someone about exercise.
Every encounter and experience is an opportunity to learn more.
Take, for example, the video below.
I asked my buddy, world-renowned MMA strength coach Eric Wong, to give me some of his best bodyweight exercise tips and I came away learning a thing or 2 about how to correctly do chin-ups.
If you missed last week's jump squat video, you should definitely check that out.
Eric's got a great free report that he's giving away right now that you should definitely pick up…
In the report Eric talks about 5 essential elements in getting both shredded and strong and looking like an MMA fighter.
After you pick up the report, check out the video below of Eric's abdominal intensive chin-up variation…
Let me know if you have any questions, and let me know if you like the video!
Chris Lopez, RKC
p.s. Here's that link to Eric's Report again => http://www.MMARippedProgram.com