In this new and exciting DVD, Steve Cotter teaches you how to master one of the most difficult techniques known in strength and conditioning, the Pistol! This incredible feat of strength and flexibility is the ultimate display of an individual's mastery over their own body. For most, a full body weight Pistol is so difficult that many are unable to do even one full rep. In Mastering the Pistol, Steve Cotter has designed a program that will allow virtually anyone, regardless of their current fitness level, to learn the secrets of how to perform this amazing technique. Steve breaks the training regimen down into multiple segments: balance, flexibility and strength.
Count Anikoff, a Russian officer, challenges his best friend, Sergei, to a duel when he finds him courting the young woman he, too, is in love with. Sergei can't bring himself to kill his friend. He fires only after taking the bullet out of his pistol. Now, it is the Count's turn to fire…
Shawn Phillips is my guru, a spiritual guide if you will. After listening to this album I am always infused with energy and good will and feel I have the strength to carry on no matter what is pulling me down in life. Shawn is my candidate for the most overlooked / underrated musician of our time, he’s an extremely fine musician and vocalist with an incredible vocal range that will blow your mind.
Over the years Mr. Phillips has worked with Peter Robinson quite a bit, you might know him from Quatermass (the band). Peter Robinson shines quite a bit on Rumplestiltskin's Resolve, another Quatermass alum (John Gustafson on bass) shows up on the “Spiteful” track.
A story about the great basketball player "Pistol" Pete Maravich when he was in the eighth grade. He plays on the varsity basketball team at Daniel High School but has some very difficult obstacles standing in his way of playing. The only support he has is from his father, retired basketball pro Press Maravich.