Sep
10
2012

Seeing (and feeling) is Believing!

21 comments written by Joshua Trentine

Here’s short clip of those who have experienced RenEx Equipment and protocol for themselves.

We can sit here all day long and tell you how good it is but until you experience it for yourself you will always be skeptical of our claims.

So hear from those who have experienced the RenEx Equipment and protocol.

Click on video above

If you are one of those skeptics (and we know we have many) then I invite you to come see (and feel) for yourself. No risk, my money back guarantee puts all the risk on us!

So if you want to finally put your doubts to rest once and for all RSVP today for our live 2-day event.

Then come with and open mind and all of your questions and experience it for yourself. THEN make your conclusions.

RSVP HERE: www.RenEx2012.com

{ 21 comments… read them below or add one }

avatar Scott Springston September 17, 2012 at 11:06 am

==Scott==
Still waiting to see some real bodybuilders give their opinion.

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avatar Joshua Trentine September 17, 2012 at 12:28 pm

Funny you should ask….that’s exactly what we’re presenting on Day 2 of the lectures….there will even be one of our clients there in contest condition giving an exhibition. I really could care less about sinking my time into competitive bodybuilding, but we’ve helped many people prep. Go on my facebook page if you want to see the guy we’re prepping for a show in 3 weeks….he’s lifetime natural and no spring chicken.

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avatar Scott Springston September 18, 2012 at 8:39 am

===Scott==
You of all people with your great build could care less about competitive bodybuilding? Really? Anyway I would like to hear these bodybuilders opinions so I hope they’ll be posted on here eventually.
Funny thing is I have been including static holds at the end of my regular sets for about 30 seconds similar to what you guys are talking about and it does work the muscle a little extra harder!

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avatar Nathan Block September 27, 2012 at 10:37 am

“What some real bodybuilders” have to say about TSC has no bearing at all.I would leave “real bodybuilders” in their own fantasy world.Besides people who are constantly mentioning “real bodybuilders” clearly do not INTELECTUALLY understand exercise at all.

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avatar Scott Springston October 3, 2012 at 11:42 am

===Scott==
This upidy answer is typical of your guys at REN-EX. Attack someone’s intellect and you’ve won the argument. There are real bodybuilders and there are wanna bee’s. Viator is a real bodybuilder as is Coe and Arnold and even your own Joshua . They don’t live in a fantasy world, they have built much muscle. My guess is that you are the one living in a fantasy if you think a bodybuilders opinion means nothing to the value of your machines and methods. I’d even venture that you’ve only worked with corporate geeks or in rehabilitation and never have really worked with a ” real Bodybuilder” so your opinion on this means very little.

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avatar Nathan Block October 6, 2012 at 11:47 am

Whoever exercises is a real bodybuilder.You don’t need huge muscles to be a real one.The difference is it just works for them (almost any program) and it does not for the majority of us.Arnold had no idea how he developed his physique…what he did simply worked.But he would have had faster and maybe better results with the right method.And with much more free time.Today you have so much GOOD information on how to exercise that you really do not need an opinion of a “real bodybuilder”.

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avatar Scott Springston October 9, 2012 at 12:32 pm

===Scott==
So Nathan, you really think Arnold could have gotten bigger faster using the Static REN=EX machines?? Seriously?? Who ever exercises is a bodybuilder? I guess you consider the guys doing jumping jacks at commando fitness mornings as bodybuilders?? I guess it all depends on what one is looking for with machines or routines. REN-EX is undoubtedly good for basic safe fitness but I doubt it will build large muscles like a competitive bodybuilder wants. I’ve been waiting for some proof for ages now and strangely enough none seems to surface ??

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avatar Joshua Trentine October 9, 2012 at 12:37 pm

This was thoroughly handled at “The Future of Exercise” conference. The title of the presentation was “Secrets of a Professional Natural Bodybuilder”…the subject was put to rest….the “proof” was presented.

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avatar Joshua Trentine October 9, 2012 at 3:40 pm
avatar Scott Springston October 10, 2012 at 11:22 am

==Scott==
I’ll check out this proof, thanks!!

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avatar Ray Dickerson October 11, 2012 at 3:02 am

I will say this, After competing in and winning the 1992 Mr Natural Ohio Bodybuilding contest where my training was an hour and a half to 2 hours long each day…to switching over to H.I.T. , I can never go back to the “old school” way of training. The results are proof enough for me. Muscle fatigue is reached quicker, Muscle hardness is superior, and I have way more time AWAY from the gym. H.I.T has allowed me to get back into competitive shape 20 years later.

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avatar Joshua Trentine October 11, 2012 at 5:06 pm

grown up bodybuilders way :-)

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avatar Scott Springston October 16, 2012 at 8:49 am

==Scott==
Ok, maybe I’ve missed something??? but I’ve read the comments and they are interesting but hardly proof of anything to do with bodybuilding results?

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avatar Joshua Trentine October 16, 2012 at 12:22 pm

Scott,

What more would you like? You ask for successful competitive natural bodybuilders and I produce a bunch of them and even bring one in tow to do a guest posing appearance at the conference.

Long ago I came to the conclusion that some of you guys would complain no matter how logical our presentation and no matter what we can produce.

Joshua

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avatar Nathan Block October 17, 2012 at 11:11 am

Josh I think it will require some big name a la ARNOLD to embrace RenX.Looks like people just don’t care what you have to say.Important is WHO says it.They just need that emotional attachment to a big leader regardless whether he says the truth or not.

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avatar Joshua Trentine October 17, 2012 at 11:33 am

Nathan,

While it is likely true that this is what a few people want to see, it’s usually just guys who are stuck with the same fantasy they had at age 16 that they’re gonna have huge muscles one day like Arnold, therefore anything that is not in a way that Arnold would do or even opposite of Arnold’s program will create a emotional response. Most people of this mindset will continue to behave as their idols did blindly, rather than giving up the dream or rationally pursuing a better way. Even Arnold wasn’t sustainable for Arnold….have you seen him lately? Scott Estingmer(the poster above) is in better shape than Arnold (or was before his surgery),

Now with all of that being said it is the VAST minority of people that think this way. Our customers, the OVERLOAD FITNESS clients simply want the most effective, safe, predictable and sustainable means possible to bring them right up to their genetic ceiling….for them the “Arnolds” are never a thought or desire.

Joshua

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avatar Joshua Trentine October 17, 2012 at 11:44 am

Here’s my question and I’ll put it out to Nathan and Scott since they both commented on the subject.

What good is any of this if it’s not sustainable throughout our 40′s, 50′s, 60′s, 70′s , 80′s , 90′s.???????

Our program is….Arnold’s, not so much, I don’t think it works great for most , but even if it did it probably won’t be sustainable past 40….maybe not past 30….so who wins in the end? and then my next question is: Do you really want to make exercising your job? Not me….

Joshua

avatar Ray October 17, 2012 at 11:19 pm

Perhaps the “real” type of bodybuilder they are seeking proof from are the ones that take anabolic steroids. hmm H.I.T + steroids.

Afterall, natural bodybuilders aren’t real.

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avatar Joshua Trentine October 18, 2012 at 1:24 am

Dunno man but it sure is offensive….

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avatar Scott Springston October 22, 2012 at 9:00 am

What more would you like? You ask for successful competitive natural bodybuilders and I produce a bunch of them and even bring one in tow to do a guest posing appearance at the conference.

==Scott==
Like I said, I didn’t see much in the way of evidence to support REN-EX in the comments from these competitive bodybuilders. Did I miss some section that may have had more proof in it??

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avatar Joshua Trentine October 22, 2012 at 12:24 pm

The 2012 “Future of Exercise Conference” and the recounts of those who attended.

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