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Autoresponder Sequence: Body-Weight BEAST

Done For Your eMails: Passive Income Rules!

This is my secret weapon which is exactly why this is the very first promotional tool I'm going to tell you about.

I literally doubled my income when I started emailing my list more often. Previously I used to think that I had to give my list a break. Like a lot of newbies I used to think that if I emailed my list too often or made too many offers that they would unsubscribe or get burnt out.

After listening to a Tellman Knudson course I realized that you have to train your list from the get go what they should expect from you.

Email them often and make constant offers. When you start out this way, they are used to it and don't get upset. On the other hand if you spent month's just giving away free stuff, never asking for a purchase and only email your list once every other week it's not surprise they get upset if you get aggressive with them. They just aren't used to it from you.

Here's a metaphor you might like. When you get in a new relationship you have to set some boundaries at the beginning right? It's hard to change the rules after you get really serious. The relationship has already been established. It's much easier to set the tone right from the start.

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Below you'll find an email sequence promoting the Body-Weight BEAST Program that you can mail out to your list. The cash will be great the week you're promoting but what happens the week after that?

I don't know about you but I'm a huge fan of Passive Income. Do the work once and benefit over and over. Set and forget.

Follow Up sequences or autoresponder sequences are the best for this!

Here's how I load up my autoresponder and I suggest you do it the same way because it works big time.

Let us assume you have 5-emails to use. These four emails will be sent 4-days in a row. After the last email take a four day break and then start the next 4-day promo for the next Critical Bench Product you want to promote.

Message Interval Email Subject

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1 #1 exercise that eliminates joint & back pain, de-stresses your body & makes you feel younger

2

1 Is the barbell your enemy?

3

1 Special Forces Workout

4

1 Why 'Heavy Lifting' all the time may lead to WEAKNESS and Death...

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Here's how I load up my autoresponder and I suggest you do it the same way because it works big time.

Email 1:

Subject:
#1 exercise that eliminates joint & back pain, de-stresses your body & makes you feel younger

img url: http://www.criticalbench.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/typeofexercise300.jpg

There is one specific type of exercise that can be used
to increase strength, power and fat burning ability in
your body.

This type of exercise helps you:

-Feel younger
-Build a leaner more muscular body
-Avoid injury
-Improve endurance
-De-Stresses your body
-Rests your joints
-Save time & money

Which type of exercise do you think I'm describing?

Tap or click your answer below.

1. Crossfit

2. Bodybuilding

3. High Intensity Interval Training

4. Bodyweight Training

Let me know if you get it right.

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Email 2:

Subject: Is the barbell your enemy?

As you may have heard I just turned 40-years old.

A lot of my friends and family are giving me black cards implying that turning 40 is similar to a funeral.

I take it all in good fun and I can roll with the punches, but in the back of my mind I do have to admit that sometimes I feel like the barbell is my enemy. It's a love-hate relationship. I have felt my best and strongest lifting heavy weights and I don't plan on ever giving it up completely.

However I've been lifting weights for over 25-years now and I'm starting to feel it in my back and joints at times. As a fitness pro what I'm about to tell you is a bit embarrassing.

Lately it has been getting harder and harder to get jacked up or motivated for my workouts. I’m only human and I know this is something we all go through from time to time.

This is why I have given myself permission to take a break from the heavy weights without losing any of my hard earned gains. In fact, when I go back to the weights I'll be stronger than before.

You can do it too if you're feel the desire to change things up.

Here's How to Increase Your Strength & Power While Taking a Break from the Gym


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Email 3:

Subject: Special Forces Workout
Subject 2: 3 Myths About Bodyweight Training That Won't Die
Subject 3: Think Bodyweight Exercises are for Wimps?
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Think bodyweight exercises are for wimps?

There’s a ton of misinformation about bodyweight training, so let’s bust three of the biggest myths around this kind of training:

 

MYTH #1: BODYWEIGHT EXERCISES ARE AN EASY OPTION

 

Bodyweight exercises done properly hurt. They’re brutal.

Don’t believe me? Ask yourself, why do the military and Special Forces rely on bodyweight conditioning to knock recruits into shape?

Just think about it.

In real life combat situations muscles aren’t isolated… you use your whole body to run, duck, cover and get yourself into life-saving, combat-ready positions.

At the heart of military-style conditioning is the need for a high strength-to-weight ratio. This is developed through mastering the core bodyweight moves, including squats, pull ups and push ups.

Going back to basics isn’t a step backwards.

It’s proof you’re a master at full body conditioning.

 

MYTH #2: YOU CAN’T PACK ON MUSCLE USING BODYWEIGHT EXERCISES

Just because you’re not lugging weights around the gym doesn’t mean you’re not tough.

The reason there’s a perception that you can’t pack on muscle through bodyweight training is a lack of understanding. You see, you need to understand how to choose the right progressions to increase your strength.

As long as there is tension on the muscle you can grow. Your muscle does not know if the resistance is an external weight or your own body.

Oh, and did I mention that it can be really tough.

 

MYTH #3: BODYWEIGHT EXERCISES THAT REALLY WORK ARE TOO DIFFICULT TO MASTER

Go on Youtube and you’ll find a ton of “supermen” showing off their bodyweight moves. Yes, these look impressive but don’t be fooled.

You don’t need to focus on super-advanced complex moves to chisel a strong foundation of functional strength.

You just need to do the right moves with the correct form with the right progressions.

Every bodyweight master started from the same point: working on the foundational moves which make up 90% of the strength types.

Only by focusing on the core moves which target each of the Four Strength Types will you really develop powerful “true strength”.

And the good news is these are simple and easy to master, as long as you choose the right training like the workout on the next page.

The Fastest, Simplest Way to Get Ripped in Just 30-Days Without a Single Piece of Gym Equipment

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Email 4:

Subject: Why 'Heavy Lifting' all the time may lead to WEAKNESS and Death...

Do you have a LOVE-HATE relationship with the weights?

I do. I love "feeling" strong and I hate being in pain afterwards.

Max effort strength comes at a great cost to us. One that we are willing to overlook since being strong is awesome.

Even though we hit the gym regularly, we spend most of our time working, sitting at a desk, driving in a car or slouching on the couch. 

Our strength is no longer functional.

The link between our strength and how it relates to our weight has been severed.

Sure, we can haul BIG weights in a controlled environment (the gym)… but we can rarely haul our own body weight and move like we did as children.

I'm talking playground strength.

Why is this a problem?

Because the worse your strength-to-weight ratio is, the higher your chance of an early death.

In a study from Brazil of 2,000 people aged between 51-81 years old, researchers discovered that maintaining high levels of muscle strength, power-to-body weight ratio and co-ordination had a favorable influence on life expectancy.

In other words, poor strength-to-weight ratio knocks years off our lives.

We’ve forgotten that the measure of “true strength” is more than just your one rep max…

CLICK HERE to discover how TRUE STRENGTH is attained:

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