The Stoopid Was Strong With This One

The Stoopid Was Strong With This One

A true gentleman, scholar and visionary releases some pent up brain farts at yours truly:


"How about you stop advertising something as free then continue to email me when I find out in fact that it is not free. I'm a little surprised you keep being a dip shit."


Golly. Someone's really hot under the collar today!

Two things:

1. When you sign up for this daily newsletter, you receive a downloadable off-ice related resource (infographic or short e-book) which will be delivered to your email address.

Yes, AFTER you grab said free resource, off-ice training tips in the form of daily emails start landing in your inbox. That's where I, sometimes shamelessly, plug my paid premium training products.

But never has anyone been charged for that "first bite". It's free and always has been.

So I can't fathom how this admirable gentleman could have ever "found out it is not free".

A fact he would have realized on the spot if he wasn't too busy getting red in the face over nothing.

But that's the problem with peeps these days.

They don't take a minute to think.

They don't stop to double- (or triple)-check.

They think everything's personal.

And they love to construct these silly scenarios in their little minds where someone is being mean/oppressive/"a dip shit" to them, then get offended by said things.

It's a trend these days. One look at the nonsense you're subjected to on Fakebook confirms that.

People vent and vent and vent about social injustice, wage gaps, Trump, white privilege, the horrible customer service experience they had at McDonald's, how dare an overseas flight be delayed three hours, that *?!#@ sports store refusing to give them a refund on that pair of sneakers they'd been using for a month, yada yada yada...

However, I must admit, reading such stoopid rants makes things amusing for the rest of us.

Moving on:

2. Here's the thing...

When someone signs up (voluntarily, might I add... after all, nobody holds a gun to their head when visiting my website) for daily off-ice training tips, then logic would tell us they want improved athleticism and performance.

Furthermore, if I have a training product which does exactly that by laying out all you need to know about how to get stronger, faster and in shape for hockey, why would I not inform you such a resource exists?

In fact, I'd be doing you a huge disservice keeping that under wraps.

Say, a friend of yours was a financial planner who knew a simple way to make an extra $1000 per month over your current asset allocation without any additional risk. But he wouldn't share that knowledge even if you offered to pay him for it. What would you think of him?




Certainly not how a true friend would act.

So I let you know about my Next Level Hockey Training product in these emails.

Maybe you buy it.

Maybe you don't.

I'll leave that decision up to you.

But I'll keep offering it because I know it's the most effective off-ice training system you can find without training with a qualified strength coach in person.

(Which costs a ton of munney)

To learn​ world-class performance-boosting methods without breaking the bank, go ye here:

Yunus Barisik

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Yunus Barisik

Yunus Barisik, CSCS, is the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for an elite junior hockey organization based in Espoo, Finland. He has trained hundreds of hockey players at the junior, college and pro levels, including NHL Draft picks and World Champions. An accomplished author, Yunus has had articles published on top fitness and performance sites, including STACK and Muscle & Strength. He also wrote Next Level Hockey Training, a comprehensive resource for ice hockey players on building athletic strength, size and power, while staying injury-free.