Wasting Too Much Time
Most of us don't have the hours or money to waste going to the gym to stay in shape.
We've got a life to live, work to do, bills to pay, possibly kids to take care of, or families to provide for...
With so much going on, it really is impossible to stick with a fitness program that requires you spend hours each day.
If you want a fitness program you can stick to and consistently get results... Then it needs to be effective and short!
Using Workouts Not Effective At Burning Fat
A lot of exercises fail to create the physiological changes we need in order to effectively burn fat and maximize fat loss.
For example, if you are not actively building muscle mass, you will have a lower metabolism and a much harder time burning fat.
Workouts like long distance running, will fail to build muscle mass and you will have to spend hours of extra time & effort to burn fat. On the flip side, if you are using resistance training & fail to reach a certain intensity threshold, you will also lose out on effective fat loss for that workout.
You'll put in a lot of work and get no results to show for it.
You must be using effective and proven workouts, if you want to achieve healthy rapid fat loss.
#2 Contains Exercises That Build
Functional Muscle & Athleticism
These exercises and workouts use primal body movements that are designed to build lean functional muscle. You will get an athletic, injury free body that will last.
We follow the ethos of Georges Hébert:
"Être fort pour être utile" ("Being strong to be useful")
Each exercise in this program is designed to build strength and mobility that can be used to make daily tasks such as tying your shoe or helping your buddy move his heavy couch... much easier.
These exercises can all be performed with your bodyweight, you won't have to touch a weight during this course.
These exercises are also very scalable and can be performed with little impact on the joints. This allows people of all ages & physical levels to benefit from these workouts. If you can physically crawl on the ground, then you can go through this program.
The Circuits will contain a short series of exercises that you will perform continuously for 15 minutes.
These will include our top primal movements taken from beginner parkour, dance, martial arts, yoga, and military training. These exercise are each designed to take your joints through a full range of motion and work multiple muscle groups together.
You will see improvements in athletic performance while also improving the amount of fat burned.
We can see in studies that circuits like this have been proven to increase individuals V*O 2max (ability for your body to process oxygen)(1), as well as lower insulin resistance (a major factor in developing type 2 diabetes) (2).
Through these circuits you will improve your health while also improving agility, mobility, strength, stamina, & body coordination.
These exercises will be the secret weapon for building impressive athleticism you will not get from any other fitness program on the market.
The Eccentric exercises are a form of muscle contraction where instead of shortening your muscle under resistance, you will be lengthening your muscle under resistance.
Most people have never heard of these, let alone used these in their training program. However, these type of exercises are key for building muscle mass and strength with bodyweight exercises.
We can see in a systematic study comparing eccentric exercises vs standard concentric exercises... Not only were people able to get bigger muscles they also saw better strength gains. (3)
The beauty of eccentric exercises is that they can be performed with very little impact on the joints and they allow you to add much more resistance to your workout. This greatly reduces risks of injury during your workout and allows you to safely perform body weight exercises that resemble the lifting of heavy weights.
(1) - Tabata I, Nishimura K, Kouzaki M, et al. Effects of moderate-intensity endurance and high-intensity intermittent training on anaerobic capacity and VO2max. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 996;28(10):1327–30.
(2) - Richards JC, Johsnon TK, Kuzma JN, Lonac MC, Schweder MM, Voyles WF, Bell C. J Physiol. 2010;588:2961–72.
(3) - http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18981046
(4) - https://www.unm.edu/~lkravitz/Article folder/HIITvsCardio.html