The High Performance Handbook: Review Exposes Eric Cressey’s Customized Workout Program

Shane Michaels releases a review of the High Performance Handbook, a workout program designed by Eric Cressey that can be customized for each user and has been featured on sites like Men's Health, ESPN and Men's Health.

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The High Peformance Handbook

The High Peformance Handbook

Anyone that is looking to take their performance up a notch should look at Eric Cressey's High Performance Handbook.

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 10, 2014

High Performance Handbook, a unique workout program that goes against standard cookie-cutter exercise methods and instead customizes workouts for each individual has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting and investigative review.

“The entire premise of Eric Cressey’s High Performance Handbook is that not every workout program produces the same results for each person, nor does every individual have the same fitness goals,” reports Michaels. “High Performance Handbook does everything that a typical cookie-cutter workout program doesn’t—it bases the workout routine on each individual depending on their current state, lifestyle, abilities, and goals.”

Eric Cressey started his customized workout program in a Boston, MA training facility, but due to its popularity, he has made it available for online customers as well. Cressey and his team have helped people from all walks of life achieve their fitness goals, including powerlifters, mothers trying to lose pregnancy weight, post-surgery clients in rehabilitation, former college athletes, middle-aged desk jockeys, and even professional athletes. Instead of forcing each person to fit into a specific system of training, High Performance Handbook designs a program based on how each customer moves, what their goals are, and what their schedule allows.

Cressey’s workout system is a result of more than 10 years of training experience, helping everyone from professional baseball players to elderly grandmas. The program helps each user self-assess, set goals, schedule, review each exercise, and hit their goals. Each customer who purchases the main High Performance Handbook guide also receives five additional special guides to supplement their experience, as well as four special bonuses to help them make the most of their workouts. Together, all of the materials are valued at more than $650, but are currently available for $119.99, or $149.99 with the exclusive nutrition guide.

“For less than the cost of one or two personal training sessions at a gym, customers of High Performance Handbook can have all of the customized training techniques they need to help them reach their fitness goals,” says Michaels. “The best part is that each customer can feel confident in working at their own pace, without feeling pressure to fit into a mold that just isn’t right for them.”

“With the 100 percent, 60-day money-back guarantee that Eric Cressey offers with each purchase, customers really have nothing to lose when testing out how this program can improve their fitness.”

Those wishing to purchase the High Performance Handbook or for more information, click here.

To access a comprehensive High Performance Handbook review, visit Eric's official site here.


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