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#1 Christian Henning

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Posted 09 December 2012 - 04:00 PM

Hey everyone,

Wanted to say hi to everyone and introduce you to my golf specific workout programs.

My latest is a distance program that improves your body so you can maximize distance. The great thing is that you will also see benefits in your everyday life.

The goal is distance, longevity, and lower scores.

If you are not familiar with me or my workouts... here are some resources for you:

My blog which is devoted to golf fitness: Get Golf Fit

And then a free report which details out the four cornerstones of my 30 Yards program...

Not everyone will attain 30 yards in 30 days, but it has been done. There is hard work involved. There is consistency involved. But to those who follow through, the results are incredible.

People have used the workouts and won long drive contests... best yet, I love hearing from those who have used it and tell me they play with less pain than ever before.

I will be posting free workouts in here, the latest science, and anything else related to golf fitness and how it can help you improve.
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Posted 09 December 2012 - 06:07 PM

Hi Christian,

I'm interested, but very skeptical as well. I'll be honest, simply because I do need a good workout regime. Your website kinda screams gimmick. The fact that your emails went straight to my spam kinda hints at that as well. 30 yards or more in 30 days or less screams that as well. Then there's claiming all the books are worth $486 is also out there. All of this makes me want to look elsewhere.

My first question would be, why not list all the equipment you need for a home gym out in the open? This is probably the most interesting part for me, but as someone who wants to build one up slowly, I'd rather know the list before paying for any regiment. I'd also like to know why your regiment is better than others (i.e. TPI).

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Posted 09 December 2012 - 10:00 PM

I offer a 100% money back guarantee. It takes all risk out of the equation.

As for equipment, it was designed to be done in your home using a stability ball, dumbbells, and your own body. That's it.

As for the 30 yards in 30 days, it's been accomplished. You just have to be willing to do the work. If you aren't willing, this is not the program for you.

It's not easy. It's not a gimmick.

Also, TPI doesn't make a course you can print out and go to the gym? This is for anyone who has the motivation to get better physically.

The workouts are simple and to the point and all of the theory is explained why we are doing it.

It's a common sense workout program. Nothing more.

Chris

Hi Christian,

I'm interested, but very skeptical as well. I'll be honest, simply because I do need a good workout regime. Your website kinda screams gimmick. The fact that your emails went straight to my spam kinda hints at that as well. 30 yards or more in 30 days or less screams that as well. Then there's claiming all the books are worth $486 is also out there. All of this makes me want to look elsewhere.

My first question would be, why not list all the equipment you need for a home gym out in the open? This is probably the most interesting part for me, but as someone who wants to build one up slowly, I'd rather know the list before paying for any regiment. I'd also like to know why your regiment is better than others (i.e. TPI).




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Posted 09 December 2012 - 10:02 PM

Contact me privately and I'll make you an offer you can't refuse.

Chris

Hi Christian,

I'm interested, but very skeptical as well. I'll be honest, simply because I do need a good workout regime. Your website kinda screams gimmick. The fact that your emails went straight to my spam kinda hints at that as well. 30 yards or more in 30 days or less screams that as well. Then there's claiming all the books are worth $486 is also out there. All of this makes me want to look elsewhere.

My first question would be, why not list all the equipment you need for a home gym out in the open? This is probably the most interesting part for me, but as someone who wants to build one up slowly, I'd rather know the list before paying for any regiment. I'd also like to know why your regiment is better than others (i.e. TPI).




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Posted 09 December 2012 - 11:30 PM

Thanks for the reply Christian, I hope you can step back and see where my initial reaction comes from. I don't think I'm the only one (I actually know I'm not). I'm sure you are passionate about your product, but it does come off a bit like an infomercial. The tour striker is the only product I've seen on an infomercial that was worth the cost.

I'll be mostly away until the beginning of January, but I'll give your program a shot, though I'll need to gather some equipment first.

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Posted 09 December 2012 - 11:48 PM

Just got a reply from Christian from my original question, here are the home gym items:

1. Exercise Bands – these may be purchased affordably from just about any athletic store. However, we highly recommend Bodylastics exercise bands, which come with a lifetime warranty and are highly portable for travel. These can be used instead of dumbbells for most moves, but we have some specificity movements we need them for.

2. Swiss Ball – also called a stability ball. 65cm is a good size to get. This can be deflated and brought along with you on trips.

3. Yoga Mat – nothing fancy here and something not too thick. The thicker the mat, the harder it is to maintain balance. This is for stretching and exercises performed on the ground.

4. Dumbbells - I prefer the hexagon ended dumbbells because they can be used for more complex movements in our advanced golfer workouts. A good range here is 10, 15, 20, 25 pounders for the 30 Yards in 30 Days workouts. You most likely have some already. Another option is the Bowflex Selectech dumbbells listed below.

5. Foam Roller (highly recommended)



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Posted 10 December 2012 - 03:52 AM

Yeah, I'm usually put off by this style of internet marketing (I'm almost certain that Christian is working with a marketing firm as opposed to doing this himself). I think there are a lot of folks who have good info and products, but this approach turns off some prospective customers (alas, this approach does work on many, so the marketers keep using it).

I am interested in the program as I also need a general fitness program, and I am particularly interested in its applicability to seniors and near-seniors like me (I'm 55 years old).

In one case I'm glad I fought through the turn-off, as Don Trahan used to work with a marketing company like this when I found his info, and his approach to the golf swing has helped my game tremendously, not to mention my back (he now markets his stuff w/o a 3rd party marketing partner AFAIK).

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 03:02 PM

Welcome to the forum Christian! Now lets see some workouts! How about starting with something focusing on lower back strength and flexibility, certainly a concern for almost every golfer I know, including myself.

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 03:12 PM

Actually, I don't work for a marketing firm. This is my product I have built from the ground up.

I think WD will back me on this.

I do have a background in marketing though. :)

Chris

Yeah, I'm usually put off by this style of internet marketing (I'm almost certain that Christian is working with a marketing firm as opposed to doing this himself). I think there are a lot of folks who have good info and products, but this approach turns off some prospective customers (alas, this approach does work on many, so the marketers keep using it).

I am interested in the program as I also need a general fitness program, and I am particularly interested in its applicability to seniors and near-seniors like me (I'm 55 years old).

In one case I'm glad I fought through the turn-off, as Don Trahan used to work with a marketing company like this when I found his info, and his approach to the golf swing has helped my game tremendously, not to mention my back (he now markets his stuff w/o a 3rd party marketing partner AFAIK).




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Posted 10 December 2012 - 03:24 PM

All of these comments are fantastic... what do you think I should clean up on that sales page to make it more appealing?

If it has testimonials from customers who have used the program would that help things?
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Posted 10 December 2012 - 03:29 PM

Actually, I don't work for a marketing firm. This is my product I have built from the ground up.

I think WD will back me on this.

I do have a background in marketing though. :)

Chris


I think the implication was a marketing firm helped build your website.

Based on looking through the materials briefly, it is clear Christian is the author of all of it, and there is a lot of material. I'll look into it more closely after the new year when I get back home.

My initial impression of the website still stands though. I'll certainly report back on the material once I get started though, which is all that really matters in the end.

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 03:35 PM

All of these comments are fantastic... what do you think I should clean up on that sales page to make it more appealing?

If it has testimonials from customers who have used the program would that help things?


Testimonials are fine, but I prefer a no-nonsense approach. I like the background story of yourself, but there's no need to imply everything else is wrong. Stick with why your stuff works without repeating yourself. Be as upfront as possible (i.e., state that a beginner who has never worked out may need to go through a beginner program before going to the advanced program).

The $486 price tag is a pet peeve too. You have a lot of material for $47 and the value and level of effort you put into your material is obviously there. I know other fitness programs are in the $100-$150 range, so if you must put a full value, compare your product to others and state why you think the value is what it is.

Just my two cents. In the end, the infomercial style always turns me off, but I'm sure everyone will have their own perspective and by no means do I have the background to state definitively that this is the right approach or not. You know that far better than I at this point.

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 04:42 PM

I think the implication was a marketing firm helped build your website.

Correct.

Based on looking through the materials briefly, it is clear Christian is the author of all of it, and there is a lot of material.

Sorry; I did not mean to imply that Christian is not the author of the material.

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Posted 10 December 2012 - 04:43 PM

WD,

Thank you so much. I've spoken to a few other clients as well and I'm going to redo the sales page and make it more of a website so you can see testimonials, workouts, and equipment needed.

This feedback is very important to me and I will improve the sales aspect of it all.

However, I stand behind my workouts... let me know if you have any questions concerning those as I am more than happy to help.
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Posted 10 December 2012 - 05:54 PM

WD,

Thank you so much. I've spoken to a few other clients as well and I'm going to redo the sales page and make it more of a website so you can see testimonials, workouts, and equipment needed.

This feedback is very important to me and I will improve the sales aspect of it all.

However, I stand behind my workouts... let me know if you have any questions concerning those as I am more than happy to help.


Happy to provide feedback. Also, I see you're a MGS sponsor now, that definitely bumps you up in my book! Thanks for supporting this community.

By no means was I making any judgement about the workout yet though, that wouldn't be fair yet. I will certainly provide candid feedback though and questions if I have trouble with anything.




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