Tuesday, July 27, 2010

I love emails like this...

Thanks for everything! I just purchased the TSC Heart of a Champion Program, its amazing. Now I can go to the gym and know exactly what I'm doing step by step. I took my before picture and started my 300 workout this past Saturday. I thought I would have done better I ran 3 miles in 44 minutes. I'm motivated, I'm about to work on my legs now at the gym, but thanks Chris you're a Godsend. Just, wait till u see my after pics, I can't wait. Thanks for everything. -AJ

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Monday, July 26, 2010

Chris Krueger on Facebook

TSCers, Please add my page on facebook. It's constantly updated with new TSC vids and articles.

Check it out:


That's facebook dot com slash, Krueger Twenty-Four, Seven
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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Greg, Makes it Happen at age 46

Greg decided enough was enough and it was time to change his life. So he did. About a year ago he saw an infomercial for the most fabulously marketed training program of all time, P90X, here's what Greg had to say...

Like millions of others, I saw P90X infomercial on TV and was convinced to give it a try. I worked hard and had good results. However as most of us have busy schedules it is hard to maintain 60-90 minutes a day for working out. Also the key to any program is nutrition plan and the simpler the better. Chris cuts through all the BS and tells you what really works. His nutrition program is simple and straightforward and his training program takes less than 35 minutes a day on average!

I completed 10 weeks on The TSC Heart of a Champion Program and scored an amazing 270 pts on my final TSC 300 Challenge (That's an "A" Fitness grade). I'm ecstatic with my results, at 46 I look great and feel younger than I have in years, maybe decades!

As Chris continues to spread his message of true health and fitness, I will be there to support him! His encouragement motivates me to keep improving and striving for my full potential.

I also purchased and studied the Athlean-X program. In comparing the three programs, P90x, Athlean-X and The TSC Heart of a Champion. I really feel that Chris's program is the best and most straight forward program on the market. It's also the only one doesn't use the letter "X" for Xtreme in the title. Chris knows that true health & fitness is about living a balanced lifestyle, not being an Xtremist.

Natural, Fit, Fast and Strong,

Greg M.
Ontario, OR
TSCers, you can checkout Greg's progress on his website: http://www.fitfaststrong.info/ If you're inspired by Greg's story and candor, you can click on the TSC Link in his website to download the program instantly and begin your own Transformation journey to True Health and Fitness.


Thursday, July 22, 2010

Monday, July 12, 2010

This Is Why I Do TSC

TSCers, you might not realize this, but "doing" TSC takes me over 60 hours a week. I'm constantly working on new content, articles and videos as well as personally replying to hundreds of emails. It's a lot of work but emails like this one from a young female TSCer make it all worth it.

Hi Chris,

I wrote to you back in January about the TSC Heart of a Champion Program. I enthusiastically got started with the training, and found myself looking forward to the daily workouts and excited about improving my fitness. The reason for my interest in the program was that I was working very hard to find a way to achieve health and balance in my eating and exercise habits after over a decade of struggling with an eating disorder. This past fall, I was forced to leave school and miss out on my senior year of college in order to enter treatment. For various reasons, the first program I found didn’t work out. I decided to do what I could on my own to build a healthier lifestyle, which is when I sought out your training program. However, a few weeks after I started TSC, I made the decision to enter a residential treatment program. Since then, I have continued to struggle, but I am more motivated than ever to continue working towards health and recovery. I’ve literally wasted years of my life to anorexia and bulimia. For the past several years, instead of spending time with friends and pursuing the activities I enjoy, I’ve been locked in a constant battle with my body—a battle which by its very nature cannot be won. Instead of fighting against my body, I want to work with my body to live a happier, healthier life. For that reason, I am excited to embark upon the Heart of a Champion program once again (under the supervision of my treatment team). The emphasis your program places on health, improvement, and achieving one’s personal best (as opposed to following some crash diet to lose weight) has inspired me to use TSC as a resource in my ongoing journey to achieve balance with food, weight, and exercise. Today was "day one" for me, and I started my day right with an awesome leg workout, and then after work went for a walk in the sunshine along Lake Michigan's lakefront trail. It was a great day.

I know you are a very busy guy, and I realize I may be “over-sharing” to some extent. Nevertheless, I thought you might be interested to hear about the way your program, and more specifically, your overall philosophy, has impacted my changing approach to health and fitness. There are so many destructive, unhealthy, and just blatantly false images and messages that we are bombarded with on a daily basis, and I think you’re doing really important work by spreading the message that there’s a different, better way to do things. Thank you for sharing your insight.

Take good care,


If you're ready to take control of your life, then do it now! Get The TSC Heart of a Champion Training & Nutrition Program and Make it Happen. Savor every moment and make a conscious effort to be your best and improve each day. Download it right here and get started: www.tscHeartofaChampionProgram.com

Trouble with Motivation

Here's another real email exchange between me and a TSCer, enjoy:

How's it going man? I'm a former D1 baseball player here from Texas. I used to be involved in working out all the time; eating right, and all around taking care of myself. Unfortunately, I have taken a 180 degree turn for the worse. I Don't eat right, don't workout, and don't take care of myself these days (smoking, drinking, staying out late...etc.) I need some help dude. I used to be so motivated, but after baseball I kind of just let myself go.
Anyways, what I'm asking for is some tips I guess on how to get back into a routine. I did P90x for awhile, but that got boring. I started skipping workouts and eventually quit altogether. I need to quit talking about it and actually doing something, but for some reason I'm having trouble getting motivated to do so. Please if you have any tips on getting into a routine or even a "pep" talk... anything would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks and hope to hear from you soon,


I responded promptly with the following email:

Eric, It's your life. Make a decision. Either you want to be a fat, lazy piece of crap or you want to be your best. Choose.


That's a much harsher tone than I normally use, but I could tell that Eric was could handle it. Sometimes we need to be coddled and cajoled and sometimes we need a reality check and a swift kick in the pants to get us moving. He replied with the following email:

Simple, but effective...thanks man. Keep doin' what ya do! -Eric.

Get The TSC Heart of a Champion Training & Nutrition Program right now and take control of your life. It's your life and your choice. Choose to be your best.



Thursday, July 1, 2010

My Triple Transformation

I just had this email exchange with a new TSCer named Michael. He's about to begin training with The TSC Heart of a Champion Program. He left a comment on one of my youtube videos and wanted to know more about my 10 week transformation, so he sent me the following email:

While I understand you may be busy, I was wondering if you had any comments on the comment I posted about you gaining 20+% of body fat in your 11/09-02/10 transformation video. I understand being laid up in bed with an injury but that is a lot of weight to put on over a short period of time.
I'm excited to start your program next week! Well, after my 300 Challenge on Saturday. I've actually been using the Insanity program recently and while it may be great cardio, it's not an all purpose workout routine. Plus, while the P90X and Insanity nutrition books give decent guidelines, they're mainly recipes and promoting their "fitness shakes". It was good to see a no-BS type of nutrition guide that was very simple to follow. Thanks in advance! - Mike TSCer finding his Heart of a Champion
Then I quickly responded with the following email:

Michael, Here's what happened... I grew up a very skinny and weak kid despite playing sports and lifting weights. I was fed up with failure and buying into what the magazines and supplement companies were preaching. With the help of many great influences (Books, teachers, football coaches, soccer coaches, baseball coaches, hockey coaches, speed skating experts, athletic performance specialists track coaches, basketball coaches, professional bodybuilders, professional trainers, plyometrics specialists, and a former strength coach from the Bulgarian National Team) I developed my own unique training and nutrition philosophy for body transformation and peak athletic performance. From age 20 to 21 I rapidly transformed my body, from a skinny wimp to an 8-packed confident dude.

I then began helping my friends transform their bodies. I was the driving force behind a challenge that saw two of my best friends from high school each burn over 80 lbs of fat, build muscle and totally change their lives in just a few short months. From there I continued helping more of my friends to accomplish their goals. I also earned my CSCS, it's the designation held by elite strength and conditioning coaches in the United States and around the world.

In early 2007 I moved to LA. I was distracted by all that Hollywood had to offer and I strayed a little bit from my proven path, I still played sports and enjoyed physical activity, but I wasn't consistently pursuing my full potential. I let myself settle for mediocrity and being in "okay" shape. That changed when a close friend of mine was interested in getting back into shape. I took the opportunity to reassess my life and decided that settling for mediocre fitness was unacceptable, especially when I knew how little time it took to be in peak condition, so that I could look and feel my best. I rounded up a few friends and implemented a transformation challenge just for fun. We did a 6 week (42 days) challenge with everybody doing there own "routine" and trying to get the best results possible. I gave some advice to a few of the competitors, but I was the only that possessed all the proven principles of my training philosophy. In six weeks time (October 12th 2008 - November 23rd 2008) I was back at my best, I was fit, fast, and strong again, and it felt great. It's amazing how different you feel when you train properly and eat right. When you know exactly what to do. You end up investing just 35 minutes a day in yourself and it really pays off. I was having so much fun helping my friends and inspiring transformations that I decided to really develop TSC. I sat down and wrote an action plan for people to follow that would use my proven philosophy and exact training methods to give people a road map to real transformation success without all the baloney (take these shakes, buy these nutrition bars, pop these pills, etc). That action plan went through a few revisions until it become the current version of The TSC Heart of a Champion Training and Nutrition Program. The most powerful step by step body transformation guide ever created, it works every time and for everybody that chooses to accept the challenge and finish the program.
Then in the fall of 2009 I took a job coaching football at a small college in California. One day at work I was asked to lift something that was heavy and awkward. I strained and strained and allowed my spine to become curved (improper form) and ended up herniating 2 discs in my back. I could barely move for several months. The lack of exercise was depressing, some nights I would wake up to go to the bathroom and the pain would be so bad that I couldn't stand upright. I would have to walk my hands along the wall to make it to the toilet. I started eating poorly (it turns out that lack of exercise and poor eating go hand in hand), my hormones felt all out of balance and I became a fat slob in a matter of a few months.

By Thanksgiving 2009 I was fed up. I hated being fat, gross and sweaty. I don't understand how people can live like that. My back had recovered to the point where I could resume exercise and I immediately started following the TSC Heart of a Champion Program EXACTLY as it's written. I put my own words into action and triumphantly rebuilt my body one day at a time for 10 weeks. Each day I would feel better, look better, and improve in every way. My TSC 300 Challenge score skyrocketed by 150 points in just 10 weeks. I went from fat, sluggish and literally obese on Thanksgiving Day to fit, fast and strong by Super Bowl Sunday (February 7th) 10 weeks later. Six months after I started the Heart of a Champion program I was legitimately in the best shape of my life.

Thanks to the TSC programs, today my life is totally balanced. My training still only takes about 35 minutes a day and I'm continually able to improve and enjoy life to the fullest. When you have the exact action plan and simple rules to follow it's easy to live life at (or very near) your full potential.
Now that I've transformed myself three times, from a skinny wimp incapable of doing a single pull-up, from a guy satisfied with mediocre fitness and from obesity as the result of a devastating back injury, my goal is to spread the empowering message of true health and fitness to as many people as possible. I want people to know that we can easily transform our bodies and maximize our potential by following a simple action plan based on my proven philosophy. It doesn't take any skill, talent, special shakes, supplements, or anything "extreme" or "insane" just consistent effort and the right plan.


PS: Michael, I'm going to post this exchange on my blog. Thanks for writing and email me if you ever have any questions. CK.

Make it Happen. Don't rush it, CRUSH it.