Discover A Complete Training Guide for Building Functional Strength
What You Will Learn
You’ll Learn How to Get Started Regardless of What Kind of Shape You’re in Today
You’ll Learn Why Functional Strength will Result in Healthier Longer Lasting Results
You’ll Learn The Difference Between Training for Strength and Training for Size
You’ll Learn 7 Primal Movements that Are Crucial to Building Functional Strength
You’ll Learn Why Compound Movements and Big Lifts Are Crucial to Functional Strength
You’ll Learn Kettlebells, Indian Club Training, Barefoot Running and TRX
You’ll Learn Why Grip Strength is The Cornerstone to Any Functional Strength Training
You’ll Learn How to Stop Failing At Your Diet Plans
You’ll Learn Step-by-Step Approach to Create Your Training Program and much more…
No experience needed.
Have you ever tried a popular fitness plan or diet to lose weight or get into better shape? How did it go? Did you achieve your goals? Unfortunately, most people fail when it comes health and fitness fads that promise easy weight loss, fast muscle-building, and looking better in your clothes.
The Truth About Fad Diets…
The reason that most diets and fitness fads fail to “work” is because they focus on training for the wrong goal… They’re all about looking good… not getting healthy and stronger. Although looking better in the mirror can be a nice side-effect of training, it should never be your primary focus. That’s what Functional Strength is all about. It’s about building strength that you can use. With functional strength training, you’re not trying to look strong or look healthy… You are striving to BECOME truly strong and truly healthy… …and sure, you may look a little better in the mirror, but that is NOT the main focus. A good example of this is the type of training that an Olympic cyclist would go through compared to your average “gym rat.” The bros at the gym spend most of their time isolating muscles and doing certain exercise to look better in the mirror… While, an Olympic cyclist only focuses on building strength that she needs to perform better while riding her bike. Of course, this makes her healthier, and she likely looks better in the mirror, but the focus is building REAL strength and REAL health. Make sense?
And, Here’s The REALLY Good News…
Most people think a fitness plan involves eating small amounts of tasteless foods, going to the gym every single day, and investing in expensive exercise equipment and accessories… …this is pretty much the “norm” for fad diets and people that are trying to appeal to the “mirror on the wall.” But you don’t have to do any of that with functional strength training… I got tired of people thinking they needed to eat next to nothing and spend a fortune on exercise equipment, so I put together the ultimate guide on getting healthy and strong… the right way! When I started to put these steps into practice the results blew me away. I’m not kidding! It was all to do with following a well laid out plan that anyone can follow – and I mean anyone. My list grew by leaps and bounds and I began to see the truth of the saying “the money is in the list”! Are you in the middle of the nightmare of spending all your free time slaving away on something only to discover that you have wasted your time?
Who this course is for:
- Beginners in functional strength
WHAT IS FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH?
THE 7 PRIMAL MOVEMENTS
RELAX INTO STRETCH AND ‘FOAM ROLLING’
FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH TRAINING TOOLS: KETTLEBELLS, INDIAN CLUBS AND MORE
BODYWEIGHT TRAINING FOR STRENGTH TO WEIGHT RATIO
GRIP STRENGTH AND OVERCOMING ISOMETRICS
HIT FOR FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH
IS THERE ANY PLACE LEFT FOR RESISTANCE MACHINES?
CROSSFIT: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY
DIET FOR FUNCTIONAL STRENGTH