The Charles Bronson Workout
Michael Gordon Peterson, aka, Charles “Charlie” Bronson has something of a cult following among fitness buffs. Ever since he published his exercise book in 2007, people have been interested in learning what the Bronson Workout is. Some of this curiosity is probably due the reports of almost superhuman strength this guy has. This includes things like doing 118 push ups in 60 seconds, 1727 push ups in an hour. Or, the recorded 1,790 sit-ups in an hour’s time. Or, it may just be the fact that he has been reported to have bent his metal prison cell door with his bare hands.
I am directing this post to all the readers and visitors who haven’t grabbed their free copy of the Body-weight Exercise Fundementals workout program. I wanted to tell you a little more about the book and something about my own personal experience while doing the workout itself.
This exercise program is surprisingly different than what I was anticipating. While it’s a simple program, it’s fairly comprehensive at the same time. In fact, the workout program that I’ll send you is a detailed systematic workout without weights. And one of the best things about it is that each session can be done in under 20 minutes each.