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Instructions for Mits' Protein

If you are tired of working like a dog, eating like a horse, and making no gains, we may have the product you have been searching for. The "rate of gain" experienced with this protein formula, when taken as directed, has actually exceeded that of men taking steroids.

Example: 52 year old male experienced lifter, weight 196. Weight after 30 days on Mits' Protein, 208 lbs. Weight after 18 months, 244 lbs.

The way this program works is as follows:

Mits' Protein is a high-grade milk and egg protein with the ingredients in proper proportion. Mits' Protein contains added enzymes to aid digestion. It doesn’t take much. Two ounces a day is all it took to achieve the gains described above.

Our ability to supply this product is limited. We mix it on a kitchen table. This product contains no sugar (which includes corn syrup), no salt (which causes water retention and makes you think you are gaining muscular body weight), no gypsum board (used in one popular supplement as a filler), yellow dye, aspartame (such as NutraSweet) or other chemicals.

To gain weight this product requires consuming each day of your workout: one can (13.5 fluid ounces) of coconut milk with two ounces of protein blended with pineapple juice and a banana (other juices may be used).

For recovery after strenuous athletic activity only, coconut milk is not necessary. Using a young coconut to mix with the protein is recommended two hours before a workout for those who want to increase their energy and the weights they can handle. Full directions for optimum utilization are printed on each label on each container.

Coconut milk is available in supermarkets, Asian markets, and health food stores. Young coconuts can be found in Asian markets.

If you have reservations on consuming coconut milk with your protein, you need to read the book The Coconut Oil Miracle by Bruce Fife, N.D.

Caution: Enzyme activity is so strong that Mits’ Protein blended with coconut milk, a banana, and pineapple juice will taste like battery acid if not consumed within an hour.

 

These are the directions for mixing Mits' Protein:

Mix one can of coconut milk, an equal amount of unsweetened pineapple juice, and one banana in your blender. If you are not going to drink immediately, keep refrigerated.

When you are ready to drink your protein, add one ounce (slightly less than 1/3 cup) of Mits' Protein into one half of the coconut mixture. Blend the protein in and drink at once.

A time saving tip with your coconut milk: Hot water run over each end of the can before opening will loosen the portions sticking to the lids and will save you from scraping it out with a spoon.

Another time saver: If your blender blade unit will fit on a canning jar, it’s easy to split your coconut milk mixture in half ahead of time by putting it into two canning jars. When you’re ready to consume it, just put the protein powder in one of the canning jars, put the blade unit on, blend thoroughly, and drink.

We also have Argentine beef liver powder available to use in your strength program.

Check Out  Strength Tips from Mike Brown

Training Hints

Ever notice most men in a gym use either light weights standing up, heavy weights lying down, or heavy weights moving a very short distance standing up? You may also notice the same individuals don’t make much progress.

Use full range basic movements: full squats, bench presses, bent over rows, and the like. You aren’t going to bulk up by spending half an hour on your triceps.

Men over 40: consider colonic irrigation. Several of the B (growth) vitamins are synthesized in the colon. If you have a colon plastered with white flour from years of eating the stuff (most of us) your ability to gain muscular body weight is going to be seriously impaired. See my full-length article in Hardgainer magazine.

If you are one of those unfortunates who continues to injure himself you may simply have muscle fibers contracted that aren’t releasing. A man by the name of David Scott Lynn developed a methodology to deal with this, too involved to cover in this brief flyer.

Consider adhering to the dietary laws laid down in Leviticus 11 in the Bible. Certain foods were never intended to be utilized by human beings. For example, have you ever noticed how many people get sick from eating shellfish?

If you really want to make rapid progress, quit overtraining. Most men do over train.

First, learn to do your exercises VERY SLOWLY. The slower the weight moves the more the muscle is stimulated and will GROW. You will also protect yourself from injury. Go slow enough and you’ll be using what other people will consider "girl scout" weights.

Ignore them. An exercise is not a contest. After awhile you will add weight to your barbell just as quickly (if not more so) as anyone.

Second, warm up. Begin your exercise routine with abdominal exercises.

Third, do each exercise only ONCE A WEEK. Work out only three times a week.

Sample routine:

Monday
(Sets)
(Reps)
Sit-ups
4
25
Hyperextensions
1
20
Alternate Dumbbell Press
4
6-12
Dumbbell Deltoid Side Laterals
2
12
Bent Over (D.B. Deltoid Side Lats.)
2
12
Close-grip lat. machine pull downs
2
15
Wednesday
(Sets)
(Reps)
Sit-ups
4
25
Hyperextensions
1
20
Full squats
(butt to the floor, keeping knees
above toes without relaxing quads)
1
20
Leg curls
2
15
Bent Arm Pullovers
2
12
Wrist Curls
2
20
Friday
(Sets)
(Reps)
Hyperextensions
1
20
Bench Press
4
6-12
Incline Bench Dumbbell Press
3
6-12
Seated Dumbbell Curls
2
8-12
Lat. Machine Triceps Press-down
2
10-15

If you can do (for example) 12 SLOW reps, then add 5 lbs. and STAY at that weight until you can do 12 reps with that heavier weight.

 

Testimonial from J. of Ashely, Illinois - 2-15-2000

Mike,

Please send me 10 lbs. of Desiccated Beef Liver. I read in Chapter 10 of "Strength of Samson" page 49, of a man whose body weight went from 180 to 225 and his bench from 180 to 360 in six weeks! Could I obtain that with a gallon of coconut milk a day and the protein or is that just out of my scope, being that I’m just beginning?*

My wife and I started fasting one day a week. I can now eat pancakes from our freshly ground WHEAT flour from our grain mill, which was impossible before we started fasting and getting colonics! I get about 6 small dots of the rash now whereas I used to look like I rolled in poison ivy by just looking at wheat products! The dermatologists always told me "there’s just no cure yet" and that I would just have to continue taking the medication that had all sorts of detrimental side effects. My wife was close to the answer, at one time she put me on a something similar to your 3 day fast, which I forgot about when I talked to you, but we didn’t know about the coating of the intestines. You provided the missing pieces of the puzzle. THANKS!

I’m planning to order more of your books as finances allow. What a source of knowledge and information you have! Thanks again.

*Answer from Mike Brown:   I doubt that your system could digest that much coconut milk on a daily basis. This kind of gain described in my book was achieved by a very young man who apparently had nothing else to do all day. Be patient. You have your whole life to do this.

 

Testimonial from R.W.V. of Seattle, Washington - 1-15-2000

Hi Mike,

My son was complaining that some of the other kids on his track team that he was weight training with were way ahead of him and making more gains while he seemed to have hit a plateau. I gave him your book The Strength of Samson. A few months later I noticed some size improvement and asked what was happening. He replied that he tried your program and immediately started making gains and that now he was bulkier but not as much as the others. He felt he was probably the strongest kid on the team.

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