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This Week Only: Save Big on Show and Go

Written on May 13, 2013 at 6:03 am, by Eric Cressey

For only the second time since its release (and first time since 2011), I'm putting Show and Go: High Performance Training to Look, Feel, and Move Better on sale. It's my birthday a week from today, so I figure I can use the proceeds to buy myself some hair plugs or a few rounds of Bingo, now that I'm getting old.

Joking aside, though, through this Saturday (5/18) at midnight, you can get this resource for just $77 (48% off the normal price).


With me working on a new project that'll be due out later this year, now is the perfect time to give the Show and Go program a test-drive, as it'd be a great option for setting you up to give the next generation of "Cressey Madness" a go in the fall.  Don't take that to mean that the Show and Go program is outdated, though, as I still get great feedback on the program every single day of the week.

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2 Responses to “This Week Only: Save Big on Show and Go”

  1. Mike Hopper, ATC Says:

    Wow! That’s a great deal! I’m currently going through Show&Go right now and have gotten some great results over the last 6 weeks. I’ve committed myself to this program and have another 10 weeks to go. At that time, I’ll re-evaluate where I want to go and may start it again!

    Well worth the money!

  2. Travis Says:

    Last week, I had surgery to repair a torn labrum. I’ll be in a sling for 5 more weeks and then PT for 4-6 months after that, as you probably know.

    Do you have any recommendations for things to do while recovering? I figure I ought to make use of this time that I can’t do as much to work on mobility or anything else that might be useful. I’m currently just doing some leg presses/curls/extensions 2x/week. I’ve consistently lifted for 7 years, so not being able to is really new to me.

    And once I can use my upper body, I assume I should approach lifting differently?

    So maybe Show and Go is my solution?
    Thanks for any advice!

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