Step away from the noisy crowd of bloviators, big talkers, and BS artists littering the streets of social media and enter an exclusive and sophisticated club of likeminded ladies and gentlemen from around the world with…
Aleks “The Hebrew Hammer” Salkin’s Inner Circle!
Back in a weird and wild world known as the 20th century, high quality training information was few and far between.
In the best-case scenario you had the good fortune to live near a living legend like John Grimek or Steve Stanko (who people would go to the gym just to watch lift) or had the moxie to up and move to Muscle Beach in California and devote your life to learning the ins and outs of building legendary strength and muscle.
But in most cases your best shot at getting strong and powerful was by trying to piece together exercise technique by the esoteric descriptions and low-quality photos from a book.
No videos. No DVDs. And no 1-on-1 personal training. If you wanted to get strong, it was quite often an uphill battle trying to make sense of still shots and imprecise language in one of the few books available on the topic.
With the advent of the internet, all of that has changed.
Now even the most coveted, hard-won knowledge on strength, power, and physical might is available at a few clicks of a mouse.
All that tried-and-true, no BS information is surrounded by a sea of convincingly disguised counterfeits, promising big gains with minimal work, “cutting edge” theories that purport to be able to upend centuries of collective wisdom, and other assorted wastes of effort clamoring for your money, and more seriously – your precious time.
I don’t need to tell you that time wasted is time lost – and there’s no sense in trying to reinvent the wheel if you’re serious about getting brute strong, athletic, and powerful for any reason – be it for your own health, to make up for lost time as a geeky youngster, or simply to keep up with your kids and grandkids so you never have to miss a precious moment of their quickly fading youth because you were out of breath, afraid of tweaking this muscle or that, or simply didn’t have the energy.
That’s why for the last 5 years every month I’ve put out a new issue of my Inner Circle – my monthly training resource designed to distill down the most effective, time-efficient principles, practices, techniques, and tactics that the pioneers of power from days past learned through hard won experience and tutelage from their elders in strength.
Each month you get:
- A new and info-packed PDF on time-honored training techniques for the modern-day kettlebell, calisthenics, and Original Strength enthusiast
- Exclusive, members-only videos in my Salkin Says series, covering topics to help you navigate the various road blocks and speed bumps you’re likely to encounter in your training
- Discounts on most of my programs, challenges, and courses
- A monthly members-only Q&A webinar where I’ll tackle your toughest questions and guide you down the righteous and direct path toward achieving your goals
- Direct email access to Yours Jewly for solving your quandries, questions, and queries
Cost is just $29 per month – a total of $348 per year.
To put that in perspective, a REASONABLY good personal trainer can cost you upwards of $350 per MONTH – and that doesn’t include the costs associated with your commute to and from the gym, not having access to the program he or she has written for you (assuming they’re not just making things up as they go along), and more.
Meanwhile, the Inner Circle is like having a personal trainer in your inbox, and for a fraction of the cost!
Plus, if you sign up for a year up front – 12 issues as well as all the other accoutrements that go with each month’s membership – you’ll only pay $290 – a full two months free.
In 2022 I will be increasing the cost of the Inner Circle as I’ve added more features and value, and once that happens the cost of the yearly subscription will go up as well. So if you’re seriously considering it, I wouldn’t wait too long.
Questions? Reach out to me via email and we’ll chat.
Have fun and happy training!
Aleks “The Hebrew Hammer” Salkin