Posts Tagged ‘4-week blast’
You know, the one thing I like about the peeps that read my blog is that y’all dig training and working out just as much as I do.
I’m *always* reading about stuff and trying to get a leg up – seeing what others have done, reading what the top coaches are experimenting with, and especially seeing what my buddies in the industry have going on.
But that leads to a MASSIVE problem, though.
See, I’ll read or check out something new and wanna try it out ASAP. Or maybe I’ll read the results somebody had with a new program and wanna give that a shot. Or maybe there’s an exercise or style of doing reps that looks cool.
The PROBLEM with this kinda thing is that it ends up distracting me from what I’m already doing…which I know works!
It’s kinda like getting distracted by a bright, shiny object…you wanna leave what you know is smart and chase what looks new and appealing.
Do this enough times, and you never end up spending enough time on anything to ever get any real results. Which is pretty much why I designed the “4-Week Blast” programs. (I’m sure you probably remember those, so I won’t go into it again.)
But what do you do when your “blast” is done?
Well, what if I told you that could you do “blast” programs so that you actually had a long-term program, accomplish all your workout goals, yet only have to focus on a single type of training for 4-weeks at a time?
(I mean, *anybody* can stick to a workout for 4-weeks, right?)
“Blast Off” is my brand new program (these are all-new workouts, nothing recycled here!) that stacks “4-week blast” style workouts back to back, but has them all integrated and designed with a long term, linear periodization format.
In other words, this isn’t just a few random 4-week blasts tossed together and called a workout.
There is a uniform and dedicated design to the entire program, and each blast actually integrates with the others (stuff from Blast 1 is done in Blast 3, you’ll compare Blast 3 results with stuff you did in Blast 2, etc).
Basically, “Blast Off” was meant to give you enough variety to keep you focused on your workouts, while still giving you a long term plan to your overall program.
It’s like the ultimate plan for consistent and result-producing workouts…and we all know how important consistency is.
Go read more about “Blast Off”, and see just what all it can do for you (not to mention all the super-cool stuff you get with the programs!):
Tags: 4-week blast, blast off, cardio, strength gain
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One of the questions I get the most (which kinda does surprise me in a way) goes along the lines of:
“How can I be an ass kicker?”
(Because who doesn’t wanna beat people up?)
LOL – it’s not like all that…I’m not talking about turning yourself into a fighter or street thug. (Though I *do* get questions on that, too…hmmmmm
Instead, people – esp you dudes – just wanna be physical badasses. You wanna be:
- strong, fast, and athletic
- lean, muscular, and “look good nekkid”
- have great cardio and endurance
- the guy that’s always in shape, no matter where you’re at or what you’re doing
- able to literally run circles around people, whether you’re on the court, field, or mat, helping a buddy move a couch, or just doing basic chores
- NEVER get tired
But at the same time, most of y’all are just plain BUSY. Many of y’all work full-time jobs or are in school. Others have families. Some have stuff outside of your workouts (MMA, BJJ, mountain biking, etc) that you do.
So that means workouts can’t take forever. And if they could be done with little equipment, well, that’d be even better.
Well what if I told you that you could do all that…and more…with my new “4-Week Ass Kicking Blast”?
The concept is pretty simple, really. See, I want to do all those things, too – and that’s exactly how I design my own programs.
And the past few months, I’ve been putting the tweaks to a program that’s been doing some pretty awesome things in my own training, so I figured “What the hell – why don’t I make it available to you guys!”
Now, you can’t just jump right into my current workout. Hell, *I* didn’t just jump right into my current workout! LOL. It took quite a while of experimentation and messing with things to hit upon a right combination that worked. And along the way, I was building up a work capacity to deal with these workouts.
(In fact, my workout today had me doing nearly 450 pushups and rowing over 7000 lbs total. And that was just the first section…)
So what I did was back-off and put together a build-up of progression so that you can get to “full blast” mode yourself. Then I tell you how you can either keep on going with it (being a “4-Week Blast” or not – you could do this workout for the next six months if you follow my directions) or finish off the 4 weeks with maximum effectiveness.
Listen – most of you by now know the kinda programs I put out. So if I say this is one of the best I’ve done…well…you can be assured that it’s pretty darn good.
Did I mention it’s cheap? I went to the movies w/my family yesterday (saw “The Mechanic” – can’t beat a good Statham action flick!). I spent more on drinks & popcorn for my kids than you will on this program.
What will you get? A lot:
- the workouts (overview format)
- printable workout logs
- video resources for every exercise used
- 30+ mins video FAQ
- .mp3 of the video
Listen, you’re not gonna find a better deal than this, so just click on the link below, and start kicking your *own* ass!
(**REMEMBER – click on the “Return to Merchant” button after the transaction completes to get your downloads!**)
Tags: 4-week blast
Posted in Cardio, Circuit Training, Fat Loss, Muscle Building, Strength Training, Uncategorized | 3 Comments »