“This doesn’t feel like I’m doing a bodyweight program, it feels like I’m preparing for war!”
This program is a step up from the first bodyweight plan we published.
Ideally, you would do this one after you’ve completed the first one, or if you are a tough motherf**ker!
It uses more advanced methods and combinations than the first one, including a lot of isometrics combined with regular movements, supersets, giant sets. It will provide a level of intensity that you will rarely see in a simple bodyweight program.
It can make you more jacked for the upcoming zombie invasion or of the hardest guy in prison!
It includes three main workout days that compete with each other for the amount of pain they can inflict you. There is also a fourth, optional day, that is done with either dumbbells or bands. If you don’t have access to those simply roll through the workouts on a one day on, one day off basis.
It’s cooler, it’s nastier and it’s gonna really challenge you.
There are four weekly workouts: three whole-body workouts per week.
– one is focusing on eccentric-emphasis techniques, the second on isometric-emphasis methods, and the last one on concentric actions. We then have a fourth session, which is more of a beach muscle workout.
The program is 6-weeks long and provides two, three-weeks phases.
If you are short on gym equipment but not on guts and pain tolerance, give this program a go!
What does the program include?
- A 6-week long program divided into 2 phases of 3 weeks
- An RPE chart to help gauge the level of effort in each set
- Direction and mandatory notes on the execution of the different methods and tempos
Can this program be done by women?
Of course. In fact, It will allow you to develop the athletic look that makes a woman look absolutely awesome.
Can I do this program if I didn’t do the other one?
Yes, you can!
However, we suggest that you start with the bodyweight 1.0 and continue with this one.
Just be ready because this one is more advanced.
What is the refund policy?
Sorry, this purchase is non-refundable
Can I add abdominal work to this program?
If there is one thing you can add to the program without ill-effects on recovery and performance it’s abdominal work. I will preach for my own parish and mention that I have a kick-ass abs add-on available in the online store.
Can I add cardio to this program?
What kind of equipment do I need?
You can add elastic bands to upgrade this program but this is not mandatory
Where I can ask questions about this program before buying it?