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The Wait is Over: Get The High Performance Handbook – and Win a Trip to Train at Cressey Performance!

Written on October 21, 2013 at 8:33 pm, by Eric Cressey

After over a year of hard work in getting it ready, I’m beyond ecstatic to announce that my new resource, The High Performance Handbook, is now available for sale.  You can pick it up at www.HighPerformanceHandbook.com.

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I went to great lengths to ensure that this resource doesn’t just offer a training program that delivers outstanding results; it also educates you along the way. You’ll learn about some of the things that are unique about your body, and how you need to manage your training accordingly.  It’s almost like a choose-your-own adventure book for people looking to achieve their training goals.

To celebrate this exciting launch and thank you for your continued support, I’ve decided to sweeten the deal for anyone who purchases the product before Tuesday at midnight (PST).  If you do so, you’ll be automatically entered to win a number of prizes, most notably an all-expenses-paid trip to get evaluated and train with us at Cressey Performance.  If you’re selected, I'll pay for your airline ticket, put you up in a nice hotel, feed you, and “coach you up” alongside all our regular clients.  And, even if you don’t win this one, you’ll still receive some awesome free bonuses no matter what. 

Also, while you’re at it, I’d highly recommend you pick up the Gold Package of The High Performance Handbook, as it includes an awesome nutrition and lifestyle guide from Brian St. Pierre of Precision Nutrition.  There is some really eye-opening and useful stuff in there; I learned a ton myself from reading it!

Again, you can pick it up at www.HighPerformanceHandbook.com.

Thanks again for your continued support.

  • AnotherEric

    Eric, I’ve purchased your Show and Go product and your Maximum Strength book. (I also have a number of your DVDs or DVDs that you’ve contributed to, example: Assess and Correct). This new product looks exciting and I’d really like a chance to win that Grand Prize, but I’m trying to decipher from the website if this new product would be a worthwhile purchase considering all of the existing programs and videos that I’ve purchased?

  • Jon

    Hi,
    I wonder if the ‘high performance handbook’ is a progression to your ‘show and go’ system?

    Best,

    Jon

  • Jon,

    I wouldn’t say it’s a progression or regression; it’s just different (and more up to date) and will give you some variety.

  • Eric,

    Absolutely!  This is three years newer than S&G and is far more up-to-date.  I think you’ll find the video database to be more extensive, and the assessment videos to be enlightening and very helpful.

  • EH

    One minor tiny little comment Eric and team …. your video link for the DB reverse lunge is incorrect. Otherwise, enjoying my brief first pass through the material and looking forward to getting into the workouts!

  • mill

    should i get this or the show and go trainging my goals are to improve strength and speed while mainting flexibilty also is there anything different between the two.

  • Russell

    Hi Eric,

    Couple of questions.

    1) Is this for men and women? My girlfriend has different goals to me and I was thinking of buying this and customizing a program for each of us

    2) How extensive is the posture/mobility/flexibility part of the package?

    3) I have a bit of shoulder pain, will the exercises within be able to help?

    Thanks if you see/respond to these. I hope to buy as soon as I get paid [which will probably be after midnight so I’ll miss out on the competition 🙁 ]

    -Russell

  • AnotherEric

    Thanks for the reply. I just took the plunge (and hopefully made it in before the 12am PST deadline). I’d really love to win the chance to spend 2 days at the Luxurious CP Gym and Resort, but what ended up selling me on the product was the couple of sample ‘High Performance Handbook’ videos I found on your Youtube channel. The videos I saw on Youtube were about 10x longer than the videos included with Show and Go, and they include vocal cueing and exercise/movement positioning call-outs. I wish you would have included a few samples from the video library or a few sample pages of the guides on the website product page, as it would have made my decision easier (I literally waited until the last couple of moments).

  • Mill,

    I would purchase this over Show and Go. It’s much more up-to-date and thorough.

  • Matt

    I work with patients in a very modest clinic without access to S&C equipment or space. Does this have some early intervention for the acute patient or would you recommend another of your resources. I saw some weight bearing progressions and mobilization a ideas on YouTube and loved them

  • Hi Matt,

    While you wouldn’t be able to use the program in its entirety, there are definitely a ton of exercises in here you could incorporate with great success.

  • Russell,

    To answer your questions…

    1. Yes, it’s something that could be customized to both of you.

    2. Very extensive!  The warm-ups rotate each month and address these issues in great detail.

    3. Yes, most likely – although this is NOT a rehabilitation program, to be clear.


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