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New DVD Coming – How to Bend Horseshoes

Hello DIESELS.

Last week I posted a video that my buddy Mike Rinderle put together on our upcoming DVD.

Today, I finally got ten minutes where I could shoot a clip as well.

Honestly guys, the information in this DVD is so complete, I see no reason why you would ever need another DVD, book, ebook, or other resource in order to learn the art of horseshoe bending.

I never would have put this DVD out without Rindo’s help, because I never knew how the hell to do it. I have bent a couple in my life time, but I struggled every single time I tried them.

But I can honestly give Mike a solid testimonial about his feat coaching abilities. Early in the filming, he handed me a shoe to bend and I couldn’t even get it to 90-degrees.

After filming the technique section and just being able to hear Mike talk about bending and watching him, I was able to just about get another shoe of the same model to 180-degrees.

In fact, I’d go so far as to say that I would have gone beyond 180-degrees, BUT I was so stuffed up that day I could barely breathe and I just had no more gas in the tank. Horseshoe Bending is TOUGH and it takes a LOT out of you!

If you want to know how to bend horseshoes, we will show you. If you want to be the first to know when this becomes available, then sign up using the form below and get on the email mailing list!

Thanks and all the best in your training.

Jedd

P.S. By the way, I fully intend on taking my rightful position above Rindo in the upcoming months. No more of this playing second fiddle to Mr. Beast in the East!

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2 Responses to “New DVD Coming – How to Bend Horseshoes”

  1. Mike Rinderle Says:

    I welcome the challenge! 🙂 Great clip bro!

  2. Jason Steeves Says:

    Another thing that I think should be pointed out was that Mike did basically no direct grip or pinch work while he honed his bending skills and strength to the astounding level they’re at now and has retained or even gained strength in that by just bending. Core lifts like the deadlift also maintained or surpassed his previous levels.
    Bending is strength!

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