Exert the greatest amount of force possible in a single effort
Make your muscles grow bigger and stronger
Increase your overall strength and stamina to keep working for longer time without getting tired
Vertical and Horizontal Push/Pull movement patterns
Knee Dominant and Hip Dominant Movement patterns
WHAT TO EXPECT
The core exercises in a strength training program, aimed at developing strength, power, and muscular endurance.
Targetted at major muscle groups or movement patterns, typically performed with heavy loads and at low to moderate repetitions.
Supplementary to the primary lift. This is to address specific areas of weakness or imbalances by targeting similar muscle groups and movement patterns to provide additional stimulus to different areas of the body.
Performed after the primary and secondary lifts, using lighter weights and higher repetitions.
This targets smaller muscle groups and address any weaknesses or imbalances in the body that may not be adequately targeted by the primary and secondary lifts.
Squat Rack, Barbells, Dumbbells, Weight Plates, Plyo boxes, Resistance Bands, Benches, Pullup Bars.
Daily programs are broken down into 3 segments
1) Primary Movement: Covers your compound lift for the day
2) Secondary movement: Covers any secondary movement patterns to focus on.
3) Accessory Work: To isolate and strengthen smaller supporting muscle groups that are imbalanced or requires strengthening
OTHER TRAINING PROGRAMS
FULL BODY CONDITIONING
CARDIO: SPRINT | MARATHON