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Last Day to Save on The High Performance Handbook (and Win a Free Trip to Train with Me)!

Written on October 26, 2013 at 9:00 am, by Eric Cressey

I’m just about to give a day long seminar in Seattle, but before I do, I want to give you a quick heads-up that today is the last day to get The High Performance Handbook at the introductory price. The price goes up at midnight tonight (Saturday) PST.

When you order, you’ll be automatically entered to a raffle to win one of many prizes, including an all-expenses-paid trip to train at Cressey Performance.  So, in addition to getting a great program that will teach you about how your body works and help you toward your training goals, you’ll also have the opportunity to win the training experience of a lifetime.


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The feedback on this resource thus far has been outstanding, and with a 60-day money-back guarantee, you've got nothing to lose. And if that isn't convincing enough, the expertise featured in this program is backed by some well-versed industry notables:

"Eric Cressey is one of the top high performance coaches in the world. With his mixture of academic work, practical experience, and high level athletic achievement, he's outpacing almost everyone else in the field. As a result, he's one of the very few coaches I'll turn to now, and in the future, when I'm looking for unique insight into getting the most out of my athletes."

-Dr. John Berardi, CSCS
Founder – Precision Nutrition


“In the world of fitness and sports training, Eric Cressey is a thought leader and an industry innovator. He is one of Men's Health's most-trusted advisers because his expertise is driven by the combination of science and real-world insights. As a result, Eric's approach is always evolving and improving, and you can be sure it's been tested with both professional athletes and every day people. That's why Men's Health turns to Eric for cutting-edge training advice that's not only proven to work, but proven to give you the edge.”

-Adam Campbell
Fitness Director – Men's Health

Only 15 hours left – and I’d love your support.  Thanks so much for a great week.


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  • Tom S

    I tried posting a comment earlier but either it got deleted or lost some how. I also emailed you more detailed questions, so here it is again.

    What\’s the difference with this Handbook -vs- your old book Maximum Strength, eBook Show & Go, or all your other products you have put out previously?

  • Ryan

    Eric, I purchased “Show and Go” and have loved it. The High Performance Handbook seems similar. Does it have additional content that Show and Go doesn’t have?

  • Ryan,
     
    It’s a big upgrade over Show and Go, for sure. While there are commonalities, this is three years newer than S&G and is far more uptodate. I think you’ll find the video database to be more extensive (voiceovers and longer videos), and the assessment videos to be enlightening and very helpful.  Plus, in light of the assessment components, there are actually many more programing options.
     

    Hope this helps!

  • Hi Tom,

    Please see my response to Ryan earlier:

     
    It’s a big upgrade over Show and Go, for sure. While there are commonalities, this is three years newer than S&G and is far more uptodate. I think you’ll find the video database to be more extensive (voiceovers and longer videos), and the assessment videos to be enlightening and very helpful.  Plus, in light of the assessment components, there are actually many more programing options.
     

    Hope this helps!

  • Tom S

    Eric:

    Thanks for explaining, I kind of figured since it’s been a few years and all things involve over time. BTW, I know you get hundreds of emails, but I had a couple lengthy questions I sent you in conjunction with my question above about the differences in your books, plus a couple questions I didn’t feel posting here would be right, so if you get the time, can you check your email and get back to me, curious to get your responses to some of my questions.

    Thanks,

    Tom

  • Tom S

    I meant “evolve” over time.

  • Tom,

    I received it, but I’ll politely decline.  I know you put a lot of time into the emails, and certainly appreciate your feedback. However, I’m afraid I don’t have the time, energy, or interest to get into an email exchange/debate about appropriate business models, my long-term career plans, etc.  Right now, after an extremely busy month, I owe that time to my wife and clients at Cressey Performance.  Thanks for your understanding and continued support.

  • Tom S

    Roger that, I totally understand. In the same manner you put your time and energy into writing various blog topics, other fitness professionals like myself respond if we feel like we have something to add.

    That email was just me looking for some feedback on certain things, no debate intended. Sorry if you felt that was the tone. Having been around the industry since the late 80’s, one thing remains constant – opinions are constantly changing and they vary, so I will keep it moving man.

    Thanks for explaining and take it easy.


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