You are one of the lucky few with a pretty complete home gym.
For you, it’s business as usual. But you still need a plan that can challenge you during the next six weeks. While you could go with any of our solid “regular” programs, they do include a small amount of work with pulleys and machines, which you might not have.
If you are looking for a hardcore barbell program, this is it. It’s as brutal as it gets and will get you bigger and stronger, fast.
Yes, it’s a progression from the first Apocalypse Full Home gym program, so we recommend starting there first. However, you can also do this program without the first program, it will be harder but not impossible!!!
But if you have completed it or you are pretty sure you can skip the first one and are looking to take it one step further, this is the plan you must do!
This is a plan that requires a barbell, a decent amount of weight, an adjustable bench, a power/squat rack and light/moderate dumbbells (or resistance bands). It allows for heavier loading than the other plans and is actually also great at getting you a lot stronger.
This is a progression from the first Apocalypse Full Home gym program.
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.
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 I do this program if I didn’t do the other one?
We suggest that you start with the 1.0 and continue with this one.
Just be ready because this one is more advanced.
Does it include a nutrition plan?
No, the plan does not include a nutrition plan
Can this program be done by women?
What is the refund policy?
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.
What kind of equipment do I need?
At least, you need to have a barbell, plenty of weights, a bench, and a power rack. The program uses mostly barbells and dumbbells.
Where I can ask questions about this program before buying it?
In our Facebook page.