Beginner - Level 1


Basic is our on-ramp program for all new athletes and has everything you need to become a stronger, faster, and more capable human being.

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Perfect for those that are just starting out, or coming back to training after a break.

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Full Gym Required

This program requires access to a full gym with barbells, dumbbells, plates, racks, and kettlebells.

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Hybrid Program

This program includes both Strength and Conditioning elements to make you not only strong, but fast.

Who it’s for:

Basic is designed for people that are new to our online programs or are getting back into regular training after a break. It’s also a great option for those who don’t have the time to train 4-5 days a week.  


What it does:

Basic knocks the rust off and starts to build you back up as a competent human being. It makes your upper and lower body stronger, improves your general conditioning, and starts to build up your core.  


What it’s like:

Each session is a total body session that has both strength and conditioning elements. You’ll do a warm-up, a lower body circuit, upper body circuit, and a conditioning circuit


How long it is:

4 weeks of training with 3 training sessions per week for a total of 12 training sessions.


Sample Session 

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    Fantastic program!

    After a bit of a layoff and a self guided, unstructured strength program, I wanted to give this a try. It was fantastic! I saw a 30 40% improvement in strength and endurance testing from initial to final assessment. Exactly what I needed!

    September 19, 2023

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    Just what I needed

    Just what I needed after a long layoff of working out due to life circumstances. I used a 25# KB for the assessments.

    Improved from 20 to 32 on lunges, 18 to 28 on push-press, and 939 to 761 seconds on the MM. Looking forward to continuing to the next programs.

    March 24, 2023

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    Before–> After

    jump lunges (unwtd)
    35 max reps –> 41 max reps

    push pulls (25 lbs)
    23 max reps –> 28 max reps

    14:06 –> 12:12

    February 28, 2023

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