Gains and progress shouldn’t be impaired by lack of time.
We designed this plan with the person who doesn’t have the luxury of spending a lot of time and days in the gym in mind.
This program uses the Omni-Contraction System, which revolves around three whole-body workouts per week, each day focusing on a different type of muscle action. It uses four multi-joint movements per workout, allowing you to cover as many muscles as possible with minimal time investment.
You’ll be amazed by the results you can get from this program.
We live in a world where everything is happening quickly, where work takes more and more place, and where family responsibilities and friends, our health and sanity can take a beating if we also try to follow the same frequency of workout like a professional athlete.
Be warned though, that this program is built to respect our belief that the big basic lifts are the best way to gain overall strength and size. This is even more true for the person who cannot afford to spend 90 minutes in the gym: we need to focus on the exercises that will give you the most bang for your training buck.
The volume is low (normally 2-3 work sets per exercise) but use very intense and effective training methods. This way you can get excellent results in around 40-45 minutes per session.
It’s hard work but it will give you close to the results that a much more extensive program would give you.
What does the program include?
- A 12-week long program divided into 4 phases of 3 weeks
- Direction and mandatory notes on the execution of the different methods and tempos
- An RPE chart to help gauge the level of effort in each set
Does this program include a diet plan?
No, this bundle only includes your workout. Although to get the best results, you should get your diet in check.
A good option is to look at our nutrition section, we have nutrition plans based on your neurotype. You can also contact us to be followed by our coaches for some more specific nutrition.
How long is the program?
I train in a home gym, can I do this program?
Do you have enough equipment to be able to do: back squats, incline bench press, lying leg curl, rope face pull, Db lateral raise, Romanian deadlift, pull-ups, preacher curls, lat pulldown, and more?
If the answer is yes… then you have a decent home gym mate.
If not, we always suggest having a commercial gym subscription to be sure you have enough equipment available
What is the refund policy?
This purchase is non-refundable
Can this program be done by women?