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The program is designed in 4 week cycles.

Each 4 weeks varies the same exercises with repetition and volume variances scientifically developed to keep your gains – using the principle of  whatever you do you adapt to.

This is a good thing!  It’s a concept you can use to move your self forward with training.  As training information gets passed down the grapevine, sometimes it gets misheard and misunderstood. We often hear that adapting to something means you’ve reached a plateau, but that’s simply not the whole truth.  It is true that if you stick to the same program and never change it, you’ll eventually stop making progress.  What is not true, is that it’s something that’ll happen after a single session of a certain workout!

Repeating the same session for a given amount of time is actually essential to getting the most out of your training.

Have you ever noticed that after a bit of time off that when you return back to training, you are always super sore after the first session back even though it’s something you’ve done plenty of times before and went lighter than usual?

The same thing is most likely to occur the first time you try something new in training as well.  WTF Have you done to my legs and why can’t I move them?  We’ve all been there.  It’s expected when you are doing something new but if it’s always there, then something may be off.  Essentially, new/foreign training stimuli shock the bodies systems more as they are less prepared for them.

Building extra muscles and strength requires more energy than your baseline needs.  So in an effort to conserve energy and be more efficient, detraining will occur when the need to be stronger or fitter is no longer there.  Simple stuff!

Adapting to training and physical stress (think a training session) is a process that works in stages, and we’ll be here every step of the way!

This program focuses on:

Body weight strength and the ability to perform key movements.
Strength endurance so you can perform repeat efforts of the key movements.
Energy system development so you can work on the individual energy systems that make up the whole fitness picture.
Conditioning which puts all of the above pieces together to work on general and specific fitness.

Course Features

  • Students 274 students
  • Max Students1000
  • Duration16 week
  • Skill levelall
  • LanguageEnglish
  • Re-take courseN/A


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