Convict Conditioning 2 on Paperback!

The wait is almost over! On December 8, 2011, Convict Conditioning 2 will officially be available in paperback!

This follow-up to the groundbreaking bodyweight training guide Convict Conditioning contains the most thorough write-up of how to train for the human flag ever in print. Author Paul Wade and I worked together to design the flag progressions, so for everyone whose written me asking for more advice on this move, make sure you pick up a copy!

The cover of the book features a photo of my brother Danny and I performing our infamous two man human flag and the inside of the book features over 50 additional photos of Danny and myself. In addition to the section on human flag training, there is lots of other useful info crammed into the 300+ pages of Paul Wade’s latest masterpiece.

You can pre-order your copy right now from Dragon Door and it will ship on the release date. This is a very exciting time!

12 thoughts on “Convict Conditioning 2 on Paperback!

  • By Clement -

    Congratulations on your part in the book, Al! Your videos teach us to have fun in training!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Clement!

  • By Darrin -

    Wow, didn’t realize you played such a big part in this. Congrats, man!

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Darrin!

  • By spaceman spiff -

    Congratulations Al!

    I need to ask, is it going to be available in Kindle edition?

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks!  I’m not sure about a Kindle edition though. 

      • By spaceman spiff -

        NP. If I may be so bold, please announce the kindle edition if it ever becomes available! Thanks in advance, and do keep up the good work 🙂

        • By Al Kavadlo -

          Thanks – will do!

  • By Stefan -

    I have the first Convict Conditioning book, and I’m not even close to be a “Master” of the movements in that book. I consider it a lifelong journey. 

    So I have to ask, is the sequel a complement or a continuation of the first book? Is the new book targeting other muscle groups or is it new and even more advanced exercises that requires you to more or less have reached the Master step from the first book to get any benefit from it?Regards,Stefan, Sweden

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Convict Conditioning Two is definitely more of a compliment to the original than a progression.  Just like the first one, each “Master Step” contains a progression with beginner and intermediate steps.

  • By Chris Tamme -

    I just got a catalog from dragon door and when I opened it up to the CC2 section I was like hey I know that guy.  I love the original CC and was glad to see you as one of the models.  I will be getting a copy of CC2 soon that is for sure.

    • By Al Kavadlo -

      Thanks, Chris!

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