Simple. Brilliant. Powerful
Ron Morris is a true pioneer in a world full of copycats.
As many of you know, I have a bachelor’s degree in exercise science. The passion I have for how the body moves and operates stems from an early age. From barbells, dumbells, and bodyweight exercises to plyometrics, sprints, and Strength shoes I’m always on a quest to see what else is out there. I love to learn new things and extract what I find useful.
But when I met Ron Morris and his Hanzo philosophy everything changed. A quantum leap occurred in my life. He has helped me do things with my body I never thought possible and given me a new inspiration.
Forget the hour long workouts at the gym bench pressing and fumbling around with weights. Forget the 45 minutes on the treadmill staring at the tv like a zombie. And by all means steer clear of those ridiculous machines that isolate just one part of your body like your biceps or triceps and cost $1500 a piece. Ron will put you through a workout you will love in only 10 minutes. And it’s new every time…
… and REAL.
What do I mean by real?
It actually applies to your life. It’s not all about big biceps and a six-pack. It’s about true physical fitness. Having the stamina to hike the National Parks with your family, being able play with your kids on the floor, and if need be, being capable of helping out a stranger in a crisis.
Like a modern day Bruce Lee, Ron takes different philosophies, boils them down to the core and adds them to the matrix of what he calls Hanzo. You won’t get the fluffy nonsense that you read in books and see on tv. You only get what works. And what works is usually simple. Kind of like the techniques I use in my office. Simple, yet incredibly profound.
But instead of simple we sign the 12 month contract for the gym membership, get a tour of all the fancy, shiny equipment and start “exercising”. It usually lasts a few weeks to a few months, then life takes over.
The average person is so time strapped that driving to the gym, working out, showering and driving back home or back to work just isn’t an option. Too much wasted time. The kids have piano, soccer and hockey, the dog needs to be walked, you’re working 3 jobs just to pay the bills, and the mother-in-law is sleeping on the couch.
And besides, who the heck wants to spend all day in a gym with guys checking themselves out in the mirror every other minute? I mean, come on.
All kidding aside, this scenario leads to people doing absolutely nothing.
The weight starts to creep up, the joints start to ache, “diseases” start to appear, and depression sets in. Not a fun way to live life.
Now, if you enjoy going to the gym by all means go. There is nothing wrong with it. There are pluses and minuses to everything in life. Some of the classes they offer are quite fun, and it can be a great way to meet new people and stay motivated. And if you can find an excellent trainer, it’s all the better. However, there are very few people who can make gym membership’s work with the rest of their life. It’s just the reality.
The time factor rears it’s ugly head sooner or later.
Enter Ron Morris. Plug in, carve out just 10-15 minutes out of your day and do what he says. Your body will be completely transformed.
And it doesn’t stop there. Hanzo is about much more than just physical exercise. It’s finding the keys to happiness and a fulfilling life. Or, finding out if happiness is really important.
Who are you? What do you want? Why do you do what you do each day? Do you enjoy your days?
If not, you need Hanzo! You need to join the growing group of individuals who are saying yes to a fulfilling life, and NO to the boring, mundane existence that has cursed them like the plague. You know, the “daily grind”. But is that any way to live?
Ron calls it Hanzo, I call it Ultimate HD Living. Whatever you call it, you need a breakthrough, and you need it NOW.
Time’s a wastin….