My company’s logo depicts a recreation of a picture of Arthur Saxon taken in 1906.
That’s because I’ve been obsessed with “old school” strength training methods for over 23 years.
Whether we’re talking music, sneakers or training I’m old school through and through.
From Hackenshmidt to Paul Anderson to Mentzer to Kaz, they’ve all been a huge influence along the way in shaping the Renegade Method and how I design training programs today.
Vince Gironda was another big influence who was light years ahead of his time.
Like me, Vince was a renegade; a rebel who never cared what people thought of him or his training techniques.
He rubbed a lot of people the wrong way but it didn’t matterto him.
He didn’t care if you liked him or not; agreed or disagreed with him.
Results were all he cared about.
And I respect the hell outta that because I can relate.
Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t agree with Vince on everything but I’ve definitely incorporated many of his ideas into my programs over the years with outstanding results.
Everything, I mean every single thing he had to say was eye opening and would make you think.
To find out what I’m talking about and to learn more about 4 of Vince’s most controversial training principles click HERE right now.
Keep an open mind and let me know what you think.