If you are one of those people who are looking for a 25th hour in a day, who more than once a week must postpone your workout to later due to time constraints, who despair over the lack of results due to your messy schedule and time conflicts, keep reading.
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.
No worries, there is something we can do about it. What if I told you that you can only lift 3 times a week, for about 40-50 minutes? No kidding, I swear! Oh, but listen, the deal is this:
You will have to go the hard way; each training session must be THE one. Since you only have 3 workouts, every session must be pushed with intensity. But it’s possible. The Busy Person Program combines a host of contraction type methods ‘’à la Thibarmy’’ flavor, plus a handful of tempo variation, high-frequency lifting, and low volume. A mix that will support your goal of being stronger, bigger and also fitter. This program will suit your goals because it is very versatile.
Now, look at your schedule, find 3 periods of less than one hour, book these time slots for yourself, and buy the Busy Person Program. See you on the other side!
The program is 12 weeks long, separated into 3 phases of 4 weeks each. The progression of the program goes from more strength gains to more hypertrophy by playing with volume and intensity. Keeping in mind that we have time constraints, the workouts are short, and even though they get a little longer by the final phase due to more volume, we kept them short and under 1 hour. Remember, we only have 3 workout sessions per week.
There are also a lot of different methods and techniques used to work specific contraction types such as eccentric work, isometric work, and concentric work. We will use a lot of different tempos here to get the results we want for you.
In the first phase, each training day contains 4 exercises done one after the other, while phase 2 and 3 contain 3 pairs of 2 exercises done in a superset, which helps to save some time by doing more work in less time.
Gains and progress shouldn’t be impaired by lack of time. If you can find that a minimum of 3 periods of 1 hour per week, you’ll be amazed by the results you can get from this program.
What does the program include?
- A 12-week long program divided into 3 phases of 4 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 it include a nutrition plan?
No, the plan does not include a nutrition plan
What kind of equipment do I need?
The program uses mostly barbells and dumbbells. You will also need some machines for a few exercises. Most commercial gyms will have what you need.
Are there any Olympics lift in the program?
Can I add cardio to this program?
Of course, if you can also find some time to add cardio, this can only be better.
Can this program be done by women?
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 is the refund policy?
This purchase is non-refundable