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Who Else Wants to Fix Common Lifting Mistakes,
Avoid Nasty Injuries and
Build Unstoppable Strength – FAST?

From: Yunus Barisik, CSCS


Does squatting hurt your back?


Is your deadlift stuck at three or four plates? 


Are you still benching the same weight you did two months ago?


If you are sick and tired of spinning your wheels, always getting injured, making little to no progress in the gym...


I know EXACTLY what it feels like.


You see, not that long ago, I was in the same position.


My training was in the shitter – full of stalled lifts and achy joints. And I was baffled, frustrated and annoyed as hell because the gains I knew should have been coming, were nowhere to be seen.

  • Barbell squatting three plates would ALWAYS leave me hobbling around with back pain

I had to go lighter or cut the range of motion just above parallel to get rid of it.


Whenever I got back to deep, heavy squats, the pain reappeared. It was a vicious cycle of taking one step forward, only to take two steps back, never making any real progress.

  • In my mid-20's, I couldn't bench press heavy for close to 4 years

My right shoulder started acting up whenever I went above 155 pounds (normally a warm-up weight). It sucked. In hindsight, my technique was off and that's what aggravated the issue.


It still pisses me off thinking about how much time I lost when I could and should have been moving my numbers up – months and years wasted getting NOWHERE.

  • My deadlift didn't budge from 400 pounds (180 kg) for about 5 years

I tried all the "magic" assistance exercises the gurus said would fix it – box squats, reverse hypers, hip thrusts, kettlebell swings, you name it. Nothing happened. I was still barely pulling 400.


So trust me when I say I've been there. I've spent thousands of hours under the bar and got the battle scars to prove it.


On a positive note, I'm happy to tell you all that frustration is a thing of the past now...


Over the last few years, training has been great. At 32, I'm in the best physical shape of my life:

  • Squats are deeper and heavier – without any back pain
  • Bench is going up and there are no more shoulder problems
  • Deadlifts have gone up to 500+ pounds

And the best part?


There's still plenty of room for improvement... I feel like I'm just starting to hit my stride.


You know what it took for me to get here?


A LONG time refining my lifting technique. Something I still continue to do EVERY training session. The best lifters in the world constantly work on their form. That's because they know something the average trainee doesn't: 


Your technique can never be TOO good.


After more than a decade of training hard, coaching hundreds of people from regular Joes to professional athletes, studying elite lifters and tweaking my own technique for continuous gains, things have FINALLY clicked for me...


I found the recipe to lift hard and heavy – safely.


And I want to share all my best tips and tactics with you today so you can do the same.


This information will help you blast through strength plateaus, avoid silly injuries and finally get your training back on the right track.

Introducing:
HOW TO SQUAT, BENCH PRESS AND DEADLIFT DVD

As the name implies... How to Squat, Bench and Deadlift is all about mastering the basic barbell movements in the most simple, practical and effective way possible.

This is the PERFECT solution for you if you're struggling with the big strength exercises, don't feel like you're making the progress you should be, or simply want to learn how to perform them with maximal safety and efficiency.


It will shave years off your learning curve and help you reach your goals A LOT FASTER.

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN THE DVD?

PART 1: SQUAT

Detailed instructions to polish your squat form:


  • High bar versus low bar position
  • Which bar position transfers better to sprinting and jumping (VERY important for athletes)
  • Why you should NEVER use a pad when barbell squatting
  • The 2 things you must do RIGHT NOW if the bar feels uncomfortable on your back
  • Optimal height for J-hooks
  • Where and how to grip the bar
  • Setting the upper back for maximal stability
  • How to walk a heavy bar out oozing confidence
  • Optimal foot position for strength and mobility
  • How deep should you REALLY squat?
  • The BIG mistake during the ascent that hurts your lower back
  • Does squatting with the knees past toes DAMAGE your knees?
  • And much, much more...

$149 Value

To give you an idea of the level of detail inside the DVD, check out the three short clips below.

  • Here, you will discover correct hand and elbow position as you set up for the squat.

(make sure you turn up your speakers and watch the video in HD for best viewing experience)

PART 2: BENCH PRESS

In-depth breakdown of the bench press including:


  • The 5 points of contact your body must maintain throughout every set
  • The NEWBIE MISTAKE that leads to missed reps... and how to fix it
  • Why you should AVOID old school bench press stations and lift in a power rack
  • Why the powerlifting bench press DESTROYS your shoulders and what to do instead
  • The IDEAL grip width for strength and longevity
  • Where to place the bar in your palm (most lifters get this WRONG)
  • The "suicide grip" and why people DIE from bench press accidents (no joke!)
  • How to add 10-20 pounds to your max... TODAY
  • Foot position for short versus tall lifters
  • The role of the upper back in the bench press and why a compact upper back position is CRUCIAL for shoulder health and lifting performance
  • Should you arch your lower back? How much?
  • The wrong versus right way to unrack the bar
  • Why a bad spotter can screw up your lift-off... and what to do about it
  • How many seconds should the lowering part last?
  • The proper amount of elbow tuck to optimize bar path
  • The sweet spot for chest contact with the bar (hint: it's NOT where you think...)
  • How to use LEG DRIVE to press bigger weights
  • The 3 things you must do to blast through the sticking point with heavy loads
  • And much, much more...

$149 Value

  • This video shows the right way to unrack the bar for maximal bench press stability and performance.

PART 3: DEADLIFT

Nuanced explanations of the conventional, sumo and trap bar deadlift:


  • The MAJOR difference between all deadlifts versus squats and bench presses  and what it means for your training
  • How to find your optimal stance width for maximal pulls... in less than 5 seconds
  • Why the common cue "deadlifts are just a squat with a bar held in your hands" is terrible advice 
  • The 3-step setup that puts you in a textbook starting position... every time
  • Should you use straps or not?
  • Why pulling the bar off the floor is the wrong way to initiate the deadlift... and what to do instead
  • The 2 KEY ADVANTAGES sumo deadlifts have over conventional straight bar pulls
  • Why competitive powerlifters often experience JARRING hip pain on sumo deads... and how to modify your stance so YOU don't
  • Where to position your hands to minimize bar distance and maximize strength
  • Sticking points in conventional versus sumo deadlifts and why it matters
  • Why trap bar deadlifts are UNDERRATED for athletes
  • And much, much more...

$149 Value

  • In this clip, you learn how to set up for the deadlift in three simple steps.

YES, in a nutshell, you get access to all this world-class training for a very modest price.

Total Value of the How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift DVD $447

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  • Part 2: Bench Press (Value: $149)
  • Part 3: Deadlift      (Value: $149)

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Side note: I charge clients $200 per one hour of in-person training where we break down and build up your lifting form.


In How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift, you discover the same coaching cues and methods I use to create strong, technically proficient trainees. It provides tremendous value at a fraction of the price I would charge you for the chance to train with me 1-on-1.

My goal with this DVD is to help you avoid the common mistakes so many guys (including myself) make — the same mistakes that hold you back in training and are responsible for nagging injuries, painfully slow progress and endless frustration.


Join me today and let's take your lifts and gains to the next level.


To your training success, 

Yunus Barisik

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

P.S. Over the years, I have coached HUNDREDS of athletes and regular gym-goers on three continents. On top of that, I have observed with a keen eye how thousands of peeps train.


You know what I have noticed?


Maybe 1 dude in 100 lifts heavy with such great form where I think "Yup, this guy knows what he's doing..." 


The other 99%? 

  • Shortened ranges of motion
  • Too much resistance on the bar
  • Ego lifting with horrible technique
  • No control of the weight
  • Not feeling the rig​ht muscles do work
  • Grinding hips, knees, back and shoulders into dust

It's no coincidence so many end up spinning their wheels — failing to gain strength and size, suffering from cranky joints, falling short of your potential — for years.


When you train like a 99%-er, don't expect your results to be in the top 1%.


P.P.S. I know you want to elevate your training because you're still reading.


But you may still be wondering if this product is right for you.


Here's my BOLD guarantee to you:


Either you improve your lifting form and get stronger... or you pay NOTHING.


This is how it works...


Step #1 – Put in your credit card right now to access your copy.


Step #2 – You watch all training videos for correct technique (I recommend watching them two or three times to let all the new information really sink in), then use the tips and methods you've discovered.


Step #3 – After 30 days, if you don't feel stronger and more confident in your technique, then just email me at yunus@next-level-athletics.com and you won't have to pay a dime.


When you do notice an increase in your strength and form on the main barbell movements, then just do nothing, and after 30 days you'll be billed a one-time payment of just $99.95.


This deal is a no-brainer and I know that my How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift DVD will definitely help you reach new heights in your training.

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  • Part 2: Bench Press (Value: $149)
  • Part 3: Deadlift      (Value: $149)

Total Value: $447

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$ 99.95

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Get instant access to How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift DVD today

  • Part 1: Squat          (Value: $149)
  • Part 2: Bench Press (Value: $149)
  • Part 3: Deadlift        (Value: $149)

Total Value: $447

Today $0

After 30 Days Only $99.95

Side note: I charge clients $200 per one hour of in-person training where we break down and build up your lifting form.


In How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift, you discover the same coaching cues and methods I use to create strong, technically proficient trainees. It provides tremendous value at a fraction of the price I would charge you for the chance to train with me 1-on-1.

NOTE: How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift DVD is a downloadable product. No physical products will be shipped. After your order, you will get INSTANT ACCESS to download the videos onto your computer. The video format is MP4, which can be viewed on Mac or PC. If you have any questions regarding this product, please contact me at yunus@next-level-athletics.com.

​FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

QUESTION #1: Is this a one-time fee or do I pay every month?

One time. You buy How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift DVD, and you get LIFETIME access.

QUESTION #2: Is this a digital product?

Yes. All videos are downloadable and instantly available right after purchase.


That means you don't have to pay extra for shipping and handling or wait two weeks before receiving your copy in the mail. Plus, since there's no physical DVD to mail, I can keep it really affordable, saving you a ton of money for all this world-class training.


Depending on the speed of your internet connection, you'll be watching the videos within the next few minutes after checkout  no matter what part of the world you live in, or even if you join at 2 a.m.

QUESTION #3: Do the exercises in How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift DVD require special equipment?

No. The squat, bench press and deadlift are the most basic barbell movements that have been around for decades – and they are not going to go anywhere anytime soon. 


The only equipment you need can be found in most gyms: 

  • Olympic barbell
  • Trap bar
  • Plates
  • Power rack

If your gym doesn't have these basics, it's not a place for SERIOUS trainees who are serious about making progress. Time to find a better gym!

QUESTION #4: I'm a beginner/intermediate/advanced lifter. Will this work for me?

I see people lift with improper or downright destructive form every day. Some of them have been going to the gym for over a decade. Time spent in the weight room DOES NOT correlate with technical mastery.


Obviously, a beginner will get the most out of this information. And there will be plenty of nuggets for seasoned trainees they have overlooked, forgotten or never been exposed to in the first place.


Anyone who wants to perfect their lifts will get valuable, actionable tips out of it.


After finishing the DVD, you will know more about the correct technical execution of the squat, bench press and deadlift than 99% of other gym-goers.

QUESTION #5: Is the information hard to follow?

Not at all.


Just take a look at the three sample clips I have embedded above. This is what the entire DVD looks and sounds like. Straight to the point and highly practical.

QUESTION #6: How soon can I expect to see results?

The sad reality is that tons of people never do anything with the training products or programs they buy. So they don't get any results.


This is not some bullshit gimmick promising fantastic results with zero effort. You have to WORK to get 'em gains.


That said, let's talk about what happens when MOTIVATED lifters apply my tips and recommendations:

  • Squats look and feel a lot more stable...
  • Stubborn shoulder pain vanishes and guys can suddenly bench press without issues...
  • And people complaining about "bad mobility" are deadlifting with textbook form off the floor...

... Often within minutes!


Because there's a lot of new information coming your way, it may take you a few workouts to get in the groove. Most people have been lifting with horrendous form for so long that they won't be able to ingrain correct movement patterns at the snap of your fingers.


Still, most trainees see notable improvements in their lifting technique and strength levels within two or three weeks.

QUESTION #7: I'm really busy, will this take up all my time?

Nope.


Whatever training program you're running right now, these technique tips will only enhance it.


Other than adding one to three extra sets to your main lifts as extra technique work at submaximal weights, your session length will stay exactly the same. We're talking a few more minutes per workout, tops.

QUESTION #8: I've got a lot on my plate right now. Will it take me hours to watch the DVD?

No. It's fairly short, about 40 minutes.


I could have easily turned this into a two- or three-hour video by dragging things on to justify a higher price like so many products do...


But that would be doing you a disservice. The world is already filled with too much training information.


We need better, high-quality advice – not more mediocre crap.


So I packed all the essential information in here and left the useless fluff out. In less than one hour, you will be armed with the knowledge to lift like a pro. It's the most efficient use of your time and you will have all the tools you need to succeed.

QUESTION #9: Does this come with a guarantee?

Yes, it does.


In fact,​ you won't find such a bold guarantee anywhere else​.


You have two payment options at checkout:


1. Prepay today and save $20.


OR...


2. Pay the regular price after 30 days... and ONLY pay if you're thrilled with the information.


That means you have 30 days to watch How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift, apply all the countless technique tips you have discovered and decide if it's for you.


After 30 days, if your lifting technique hasn't improved and you haven't gotten stronger, then just email me at yunus@next-level-athletics.com and you won't have to pay a dime.


When you do notice an increase in your strength and form on the main barbell movements, then just do nothing, and after 30 days you'll be billed a one-time payment of just $99.95.

QUESTION #10: I have a question you haven't answered here.

While some websites make it hard to find an email address to contact, I put mine right out there:

yunus@next-level-athletics.com. 


If you have a question, email me, and I'll get it answered.

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  • Part 2: Bench Press (Value: $149)
  • Part 3: Deadlift      (Value: $149)

Total Value: $447

Today Only $79.95

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$ 99.95

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Get instant access to How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift DVD today

  • Part 1: Squat          (Value: $149)
  • Part 2: Bench Press (Value: $149)
  • Part 3: Deadlift        (Value: $149)

Total Value: $447

Today $0

After 30 Days Only $99.95

Side note: I charge clients $200 per one hour of in-person training where we break down and build up your lifting form.


In How to Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift, you discover the same coaching cues and methods I use to create strong, technically proficient trainees. It provides tremendous value at a fraction of the price I would charge you for the chance to train with me 1-on-1.

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