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From: Eric Wong
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By now, you’ve probably got a good idea of what powerDOJO is all about.

The various features like the Fitness Profile, Workout Tracker and Workout of the Month (WoM)…

The community of positive, goal-oriented individuals that form the MASTERMIND in the private Forum.

Of course, I’ve got the major features summarized below to so you know what you’re getting into when you join.

But before you pull the trigger, I’ve written a letter I’d like you to read…

… in the letter, I “bare all” about what
powerDOJO is and why I’ve created it.
(I apologize to those of you who wanted to see me without clothes)

You know, instead of the typical hype and tired marketing catch-phrases i.e. “The patented powerDOJO system is guaranteed to give you rock-hard abs that will make every girl you meet moist between the legs, in just 6 minutes or your money back!”

I kinda like that, actually. Maybe I’ll use it in the future. 😉

But until I can make that happen, I simply want to share with you my vision for powerDOJO and my vision for YOU. If you’re a fit for the DOJO, of course.

I believe that knowing WHO is behind
something and WHY they’re behind it is
just as important as WHAT that thing is.

For example, I used to enjoy Kashi Go Lean Crunch.

I’d sprinkle it on yogurt. It lived up to its name – very crunchy.

Then I learned that Kashi is owned by Kellogg, who is in bed with Monsanto.

And I believe that Monsanto = Evil, because they’re more concerned with raking in massive profits over the health of those who consume their products.

monTherefore, I will no longer purchase Kashi Go Lean Crunch because I refuse to support Monsanto and what Monsanto stands for, because I believe it’s important to know WHO is behind WHAT.

Let’s switch gears for a moment…

Stats say that adults read on average 250 words per minute.

The following letter I’ve written is just over 1900 words, which means it will take you about 7 minutes to read, give or take a minute or two.

So if you’re with me and you want to know WHO is behind powerDOJO and WHY I’m behind it, take the next 7 minutes to read the rest of this letter.

Otherwise, feel free to skip down below to review the features and make sure you’re the right fit for powerDOJO before joining.

NOTE: the letter is a stream of consciousness from me to you – no pictures (use your imagination) and no editing, except for grammar and punctuation.

Sound good?


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When I was growing up, I was the prototypical studious Chinese kid – good grades, good behaviour, good boy.

In my parent’s eyes, Eric = Future Doctor.

But because I was the youngest of 5 and my parents were in their late 40’s when I was born, I think they were a bit tired by then and weren’t as hands on as they were for my siblings.

Don’t get me wrong – they still provided me everything and more a kid could wish for. I just had a little more freedom than most kids, I think.

And what did I do with this freedom?

Well, I’m ashamed to admit but a lot of it was wasted on the boob tube.

In my younger years, stuff like Transformers. He-Man. X-Men.

As well as more tame cartoons like Looney Tunes. Tiny Toons. Animaniacs. The Simpsons.

As I matured, I transitioned to sit-coms like Cheers. Married with Children. Fresh Prince. Seinfeld. Frasier. Friends.

Then, I needed longer and more involved programs to get my fix. Shows like Star Trek. Party of Five. The X-Files.

Damn I watched a lot of TV.

Fortunately, there was one other thing that I did a lot of.

And that was read.

I’ve read every Hardy boy book written. Classics like Banner in the Sky. All of Farley Mowat’s books. A lot of Dean Koontz. Every Spenser novel written by Robert Parker.

When I was 5 years old, I also happened to read a book my sister had called “Total Hockey Skating”.

I read that book 3 times, cover to cover, before ever stepping onto the ice. I would day dream about skating using the techniques described, gliding effortlessly and powerfully across the ice.

Then, it was time for the rubber to meet the road. Or in this case, the blade to meet the ice.

There was an old farm behind my house and the farm’s irrigation pond froze in the winter.

One day, my brothers took me out with them as they were going to play some hockey with friends.

I was so excited to finally get on the ice.

My hands nearly froze as I laced up my skates. But I didn’t feel it. All I could think about was being able to zoom around like I’d seen my favourite hockey player at the time, Russ Courtnall do for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

My skates were tied, I stood up, tried my first stride and … fell straight on my butt.

This skating thing was harder than I’d imagined.

And I was nervous and tight.

If I was coaching my younger self now I would’ve said, “Breathe. Do your best to relax. It’ll come.”

I got up, dusted myself off, and attempted to skate some more.

I continued to wipe out.

But the more I tried, the longer in between falls. And the less I fell, the more confidence I gained and the more I relaxed. It was a snowball effect. There was no stopping me now.

I was 100% focused and kept going. It seemed as if there was nothing else but me and the ice. I was moving around at what felt like a 100 mph and loving the feeling of gliding along the ice and the cold wind blowing on my face.

My cheeks were cold and my toes were frozen, but I didn’t care.

When I happened to look up after who knows how long, I saw that my brothers and their friends had paused their game and were watching me skate.

“Mick, you’re doing pretty good,” Frank said.


And that’s the first time I experienced the EMPOWERMENT that comes from self-education.

I didn’t know it at the time, but that was a powerful influence that has shaped my life and brought me to where I am today.

I continued to learn other sports the same way, but instead of books, I’d watch the best athletes perform their craft.

I picked up tennis by studying Pete Sampras as he dominated the ATP. My serve is exactly like his, minus the pinpoint accuracy and power, of course.

I’d watch him in his epic battles against Andre Agassi and as he’d serve, I’d mimic his entire routine.

From the slight lift of the toe as he’d tap the ball to the front of his racket to the weight shift to the follow through where he’d land on his left leg about a foot in front of the baseline.

I even bought the white Nike tennis shoes he wore.

I modeled my pitching windup after Toronto Blue Jays ace Jimmy Key, even though he was a lefty.

I even did the same for badminton, watching VHS tapes that my brother recorded of the Asian players that would always win the Olympic medals.

I played badminton for the first time ever in my last year of high school, and won the team MVP award.

Of course, I’ve got to give my Chinese genes some credit for that one but still.

It was these experiences growing up, learning the techniques of various sports by reading, studying or watching, that helped me understand my true calling.

Sure, I would’ve loved to enter med school and make Mom and Dad proud…

I seriously considered it.

But then I pictured being stuck in an office, dealing with people’s sneezes, coughs and complaints, and I just couldn’t stomach the thought.

So I entered Kinesiology at the University of Waterloo, where med school was still an option if I wanted it.

But after I learned how to describe the movements of every day life and sport in biomechanical and physiological terms, I knew what I wanted to do.

I’d found my calling.

Fitness, exercise, training and performance.

Since 2006, I’ve been training MMA fighters. Back then, MMA was still and “underground” sport and I loved the intensity and excitement.

I’ve been lucky enough to have trained a few UFC fighters and a bunch of other pros and amateurs. It’s been an amazing experience that’s forced me to continue learning and honing my craft.

But my life is changing. I am changing.

I’m 32, I’ve been married for almost 2 years and my wife and I are discussing babies. One of my goals is to have a family and to be an involved Dad.

The travel, intensity and grind involved in high level training camps is losing its appeal.

But more draining is the common fight mindset of training hard for 8-12 weeks, then totally slacking off and losing the results gained.

It kills me to invest so much time and energy in building an athlete up then to have it all disappear after the fight. Time and energy are limited and valuable resources that I can’t stand seeing go to waste.

You see, I’m thinking more long-term nowadays.

Just like with money, I want to invest my time and energy, then have that investment grow.

I’m all about building towards a goal, achieving it, then setting and working towards the next goal while maintaining the previous gains.

In between, I’ll also throw in a glass of a smoky scotch to celebrate those wins so I’m not stuck in goal achievement mode and always thinking of the future.

Basically, I’m doing things differently now. I’m doing life differently. I’m doing business differently.

That’s why I’m so excited about powerDOJO.

It’s where I’m investing my time and energy.

It’s different. Totally different.

It’s not a short-term, quick-fix, get in and get out kinda thing. There’s enough of that out there already. The world doesn’t need anymore.

It’s built for those that share this long-term mindset. Of building, maintaining, and continued growth.

You can be a fighter, but you don’t have to be. As long as you’ve got this long-term mindset and developing total fitness, fight fitness makes sense for you, you’re good.

I also believe I can build something that helps me spread my message of health as a foundation for performance, complete fitness development, the importance of proper movement technique and how crucial it is to follow a program and track your results.

And that’s just the fitness side of things…

I also want to share my experiences with personal growth and development, to foster the same in you.

Not only the experiences I had as a kid teaching myself how to skate and play sports, but also the risks I’ve taken to follow my dreams to build the life I want.

Without surrounding yourself with the type of people you want to become, you will become what society wants you to become and you will succumb to the limiting beliefs and small-thinking imposed by the unrelenting pressures upon you.

I’ll be honest – I’ve created powerDOJO both for myself, and for you.

And I’m fine with that, because I truly believe in the concepts of “win-win” and “both/and” versus “win-lose” and “either/or”.

Yes, I can build the business and life that I want, while at the same you can get the results that you want.

Here’s an example – Tony Robbins says something to the effect of, “You will become the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with.”

That’s why I love the MASTERMIND in powerDOJO.

So both you and I can spend more time with people with the personal growth mindset.

People who are positive and supportive…

People who want the best for you and will help pick you up when you’re down, celebrate your wins (scotch or not) and even kick you in the ass when necessary.

And it’s not just me who will do this, but your fellow members, whom I refer to as your Kyoudai, which means “brother or sister” in Japanese.

powerDOJO is an expression of all of the time and energy I’ve invested in the years, from when I first learned to skate, through playing sports, earning my Kinesiology degree, training UFC fighters and being a student of personal growth.

If at the very least you follow the pD WoM, I can guarantee your fitness will improve in the 5 Biomotor Abilities. I can promise you that.

But I have a bigger vision for YOU…

I believe that we all have something unique to share with the world, whether that involves the small worlds that make up our lives, or the world at large.

After years and years of reading and studying the area of personal growth and development, I’m finally beginning to find my voice and create what has been building inside of me since I first taught myself how to skate from reading a book.

There are other aspects of powerDOJO that you’ll discover and if you choose to tap into them, I can’t say what will happen for you, because we’re all unique.

I just know that human potential, that YOUR potential, is pretty much limitless.

And I would love to be there to support you in exploring it.

That’s all I’ve got to say for now.

I’ve shared what I want to share.

So if this all resonates with you and you feel that you’re a fit for powerDOJO, I welcome you to join.

And if you do join, I ask that you go all in for just 7 days.

After joining, you’ll download a Quickstart Guide and start receiving Day 1 of the 7 Day Orientation that I’ll deliver via email to show you how to take full advantage of the powerful tools inside powerDOJO.

If after these first 7 days you think powerDOJO isn’t for you, just email me and I’ll cancel your account, no hard feelings.

I truly appreciate your time and energy and hope that even if you don’t join, you got something out of this letter.

But if you are ready, I’m excited to welcome you to the fold and help you achieve the goals you deserve.

You can join right below, or make a final review of what is included in your powerDOJO membership.

With much respect,



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In addition to everything outlined in the
video, when you join you’ll also get
access to the following 3 programs:



reGENESIS: Phase 1 is the current WoM and is designed to develop a rarely trained quality – Pulling velocity. This increases punching power, submission power and is also a primer for the Muscleup, which I’ll be teaching all Kyoudai how to do in the coming months. Join now and you’ll also get Phase 2 when July rolls around.

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Bodyweight Basics is designed for those with many muscular imbalances to work on. So if you find that you have a lot of dysfunctions to address via the FOUNDATION Program assessment, I recommend you begin with Bodyweight Basics to allow your body to focus on improving it’s posture and balance.

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Starting Strength 2.0 is based on Coach Mark Rippetoe’s classic strength training template, but I’ve updated it and added a few twists to fill some holes in the original version. It’s a good program to get back to basics and building strength in the Big 4 lifts and is a great place to start if strength is a weakness.


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What Are Others Saying About powerDOJO?

[two_columns_1][features_box_azure_blue width=”94%” + border=”2px”]Structure is a huge benefit. I like how this takes someone from various experience and fitness levels and builds us in a standardized, yet also personalized way.

The community is huge, as it gives a great perspective on personal progress and motivation to push yourself. The collection of knowledge within the group is massive and the support is incredible.

I recommend powerDOJO to anyone that is involved in a combat sport and looking to take their strength and conditioning to the next level.

My personal progress has been awesome. My physical prime was back in high school over a decade ago. Since then, i have let myself slip. In the DOJO I have not only caught back up, but am surpassing that level of strength and performance.

powerDOJO has helped me develop the consistency and commitment to constant improvement through the community and tools such as the workout tracker and lifestyle experiments.


Tim Parisi
Age: 29
Location: Meza, AZ, USA
Occupation: Desk Jockey
Sports/Hobbies: Taekwondo, Kickboxing, Hapkido
Blog:[/features_box_azure_blue][features_box_azure_blue width=”94%” + border=”2px”]I’ve experienced increased strength, size and stamina & lots of fun.

I love the new WoM and the Forum.

I recommend anyone who wants to have fun, but effective workouts and would like to be part of a fantastic community that can help you push over your limits to join powerDOJO.

There’s lots of info available and Eric will answer any question promptly.

I also just want to stress how awesome the community in pD is.

Riccardo V.
Age: 43
Location: Dublin, Ireland
Sports/Hobbies: Judo[/features_box_azure_blue][/two_columns_1] [two_columns_2][features_box_azure_blue width=”64%” + border=”2px”]I’m just beginning my workouts, but so far I have noticed that I am more motivated to workout because I feel like I am actually doing something instead of just going to the weight room & throwing a few weights around.

I like the instructional videos most in powerDOJO.

I recommend powerDOJO to anybody that is serious about getting in shape, especially those that practice any form of Martial Arts and think that powerDOJO is well worth the money.

Jerry K.
Age: 56
Location: Arizona, USA
Occupation: Massage Therapist
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I’ve made concrete measureable gains in strength and conditioning by using the workout tools that come with membership.

I love the new, varied and challenging workouts to complement by BJJ/boxing training regime that keep this element of my physical training interesting. The forum that allows me to tap into the experience of like-minded individuals when confronted with any kind of training quandary.

I recommend powerDOJO to anyone seeking to both develop the breadth and depth of their own knowledge of strength and conditioning personally, as well as fight aficionados such as myself. It’s a definite value for money.

Age: 36
Location: Asia
Job: Bureaucrat
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Finally, Before You Join, We Need To
Agree on a Few Important Details:

#1 – You MUST be open to learning and testing new concepts and ways of doing things. If you’re close-minded, uncoachable or stuck in the mindset that there’s only one way to do things, there’s no point joining as you’re going to continue to do the same things you’ve always done, anyway.

#2 – You MUST have a long-term mindset. This is not a quick-fix program; it’s not a ‘program’ at all, in fact, but a system that will allow you to continually build your fitness while maintaining any gains you do make, month in, month out. But it only works if you commit to it for the long haul, which is why I’ve set the price as it is.

When you get your Purple belt in Karate, you don’t lose all the skills you learned getting your Blue belt – you build upon what you learned. But in fitness this often happens – you’ll build some muscle but gain fat at the same time. Or lose fat but also lose strength and muscle.

#3 – Finally, you MUST give back to the community. This is how specific styles of martial arts have survived for thousands of years – students become teachers and instructed those below them.

Become a Member of the powerDOJO Kyoudai TODAY

One of my secrets is my understanding that the best way to learn something is to teach it and by helping others and giving back to the community, you’ll accelerate your learning and internalize the concepts and strategies so they become a part of your DNA.

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Now, there are a lot of fitness membership sites around. They range in price from $19.95 to $39.95.

But I haven’t seen any other site offer the flexible structure that I’ve created with the custom software combined with the training methods I’ve been refining as a trainer to pro MMA fighters you get as a powerDOJO member.

Because of the unique features of powerDOJO, I could easily justify charging (and getting) $39.95 if I were to go by the going rate.

In fact, I plan on increasing the price the next time I open the doors…

But right now, I want to make it easy for you to join by keeping the price as low as possible.

Here’s why:

First, I don’t care about what others are doing. I never have.

When one of my mentors told me to focus on fat loss and abs because the MMA market is so small, I said, “Screw that – I love training fighters, that’s what I’m going to do.”

It worked out for me. I could’ve made a lot more money going the other way, but life isn’t all about money.

As well, I want to show my sincere appreciation for anyone who trusts me enough to join me here at the very beginning of my new journey and passion to help others achieve a life of POWER.

But the main reason I’ve chosen this price is because I want you to be able to spend the time needed to award you your powerDOJO Black Belt.

Now I can’t guarantee you’ll become a Black Belt.

But I can guarantee that if you direct time and energy towards this clear goal, you’ll get a lot farther in your fitness and health than ever before (at least a Purple Belt, maybe a Brown Belt) because now, you’ll have clear goals AND a blueprint to get there.

I think by settling on the price that I have, you’ll be able to spend the time needed training with me to get the most out of powerDOJO.

Bottom line – to be a member, all it will run you is the cost of one dinner out at a restaurant each month.

So if you’re truly ready to start down the path towards reaching your potential, not just in your fitness but in all areas of your life, become a member of the powerDOJO Kyoudai today:


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I want to make sure you’re happy and if you just want to give it a shot and check it out, then this rock-solid guarantee has got you covered.

You’ve got absolutely ZERO risk to give powerDOJO a try today, so why not go for it?[/order_box_2]