Why Matt and Jeff Hardy had it “Spot on”in terms of CORE training. Hehe.
- Indeed!

Look at the two brothers, and compare them with the rest of the massive, mammoth hulks in the WWE – at least back in the day (I stopped watching after the Attitude Era) – you’d be forgiven for thinking “puny”.

Much like with another guy they had – part of DX – “X pack” (or the 123 Kid, as he was named before he joined the “degenerates”). Hehe.

Thing is, Vince Mcmahon “loves big guys”.

And thats what people pay to watch

In real life, if you’d see any of the three dudes above, you wouldn’t think they’re small – they are all over six feet tall for one.

Lean, lithe, strong – fighting machines – at least back when I saw them.

Now, when the Hardy brothers entered the ring, some fast, catchy music played.

Both were covered in tattoos from head to toe,much like the chick “Lina” or someone who’d come out with them.


And shed do one thing along with the pryotechniques the incredibly agile Hardy brothers would do upon coming out – which is one of the #1 ways to fry fat off your body – quick.

It’s something soccer players, some of the fittest people in the world, do all the time.

And it is this.

You jump up and down on your toes until your knees touch your chest.

SImple, thats all there is to it.

Now, ass clowns – some- reading this will claim “its too simple”, as will those that can squat a donkey and more on their back.

Yet, I have this to say to those that laugh and scoff at the above.

CAN you do it?

In most cases, the answer is no – and those that can, can you do it 100 times in a row?

If you can, can you do it without using your arms for momentum?

Very few people can.

And it’s one of the great exercises mentioned in one of the best books ever on losing weight and getting a rock solid, chiseled “hard core training for a hard core” core, my friend – Corrugated Core. 

If you ain’t gotten this book as yet, you’re missing out, thats all I have to say.

And thats that …


Rahul Mookerjee

P.S. – The fools thinking “too simple” might think the same of Isometric and Flexibility Training, as well as “Advanced, PROFOUND, Isometric and Flexibility Training“. If you’re that fool, continue living in fools paradise, no argument from me.