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You’re ready to get stronger, faster, and harder to kill.  We have over 40 online programs to accomplish this and are constantly developing and testing more of them, so which one is right for you?

After over a decade of experience training and testing athletes just like you, we know that the single best thing we can do for you is to get you stronger and build your aerobic capacity. As a result, regardless of which program you choose there will be a strength and aerobic component.

Below are a few of the common categories that you might fall into, along with a few program choices in each of these categories.

If you don’t identify with any of these categories please use the filters to narrow down your choices, or contact us for further direction.


Equipment


 

Bodyweight - You only have access to a pullup bar and a place to run. Programs have only bodyweight movements.

Limited Gym - You only have access to the equipment listed in the program requirements, usually found in a globogym.

Full Gym - You have access to a full gym, with equipment suitable for Olympic lifting, kettlebells, sandbags, and tires and sleds.

Skill Level


 

Beginner - 0-3 months of training experience with no experience working with a barbell.

Intermediate - 4-6 months of training experience and some familiarity with a barbell and kettlebells.

Advanced - 7+ months of training experience, with a history of working out and working knowledge of the Olympic lifts.

Emphasis


 

Conditioning - Programs are designed to build aerobic and anaerobic capacity, while still maintaining strength.

Strength - Programs focus primarily increasing strength and power.

Endurance - Programs designed to build aerobic base.

Injury - Programs designed to train around an injury. These are not rehab programs but are intended to supplement rehab work.

Event Specific - Programs designed as preparation for a specific event, competition, or selection.

Hybrid - Programs designed to increase a single training objective while maintaining others.

Hypertrophy - Programs designed to increase muscle size and development with potential for strength increases.



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hybrid 1 this 4 week, 16 session hybrid program is designed for intermediate to advanced athletes that have access to a fully equipped gym. this cycle has tons of variety, and was written for our in-gym athletes to take a break from the longer, more structured programming. strength is trained 3x per week with one day dedicated to upper, one to lower, and one to total body strength. athleticism and work capacity are also trained daily with supplemental core and durability training. each week will also have stamina / endurance specific session. this cycle is great for athletes looking to step away from dedicated barbell training and jump into some great all-around programming. this program is only available to online members. click here to meet your new training partners.
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maximum overdrive maximum overdrive is a true-blue strength program based on foundational lifts, challenging progressions, and a focus on cns strength adaptations over mass gain. we include simple multi-modal, low-intensity aerobic work to keep your engine efficient and primed while you gain strength. click here for more information.
mandatory fun
blue falcon
million dollar dream the first phase in our royal rumble macro-cycle. million dollar dream is primarily a hypertrophy driven strength cycle that starts out with 2 weeks of testing then rolls into 4 weeks of training. more info on million dollar dream here
diamond cutter
rude awakening the final phase of our royal rumble macrocycle. rude awakening is a 4 week strength endurance and aerobic conditioning cycle with 2 weeks of testing to follow the program up.
the olympian this 4 week strength cycle is designed to increase the athletes strength and familiarity with the olympics lifts. it was written after a private seminar with chad vaughn - 2x olympian and 9x national champion. from chad we took four rules of weightlifting and designed a olympic weightlifting strength cycle for the hybrid athlete. we did this program with over 175 athletes in our gym and saw amazing increases in strength and mobility. learn more about the olympian.
yoked this 4 week , 16 session hypertrophy training cycle is designed to increase the amount of muscle mass on the athlete that has access to a full gym. the yoked cycle revolves around the concept of training frequency. you will train each muscle group 3x per week. there are many types of training models that elicit hypertrophic responses in the body, this is just one of them. with the high level of training frequency you will see a reduction in daily volume per muscle group, if you do the sets correctly and follow the loading guidelines then you will get plenty of work done in the session to elicit a growth response. this program is ideal for athletes that are looking to increase overall musculature for either aesthetic purposes or for professional purposes. learn more about the yoked program.
florida weightlifting this strength cycle is one we did in the winter of 2013 that yielded great strength gains for all of our athletes. it focuses on 3 lifts: the clean and jerk, bench press, and box squat. each of these lifts are tested at the beginning of the cycle then loading is dropped and trained in a progressively increasing manner. the bench press and box squat are trained with a specific tempo to teach control under external loading, increase connective tissue strength and increase overall pressing and posterior chain strength. weekly you will also train athleticism based work capacity, running based work capacity, core and durability. learn more about florida weightlifting.
functional strength this 12 week, 48 session program is designed for the intermediate to advanced athlete looking for a very structured strength and conditioning program and has access to a full gym. this program follows the block periodization model and incorporates strength with aerobic base and finally intensity. the primary strength lifts stay the same for the entire cycle and are progressed by both volume and intensity. each phase of this cycle builds on the previous one to build a strong strength foundation a relatively high aerobic base and finally the ability to combine those two elements during high intensity efforts. this program is ideal for experienced athletes looking to take their fitness to the next level. to learn more click here.
maxxx gainz this 10 week, 38 session program is designed for intermediate to advanced athletes with access to a fully equipped facility. maxxx gainz is a strength, power, and hypertrophy program. the idea of maxxx gainz started because we wanted a cycle focused on increasing size and strength with dedicated progressions. what that means is that every time the athlete came into the gym their loading or volume was incrementally increased. since we wanted every session to be progressed we incorporated the foundations of linear and block periodization to make sure that the athletes were seeing a different, progressive stimulus every time they touched a barbell. this program is ideal for athletes looking to primarily gain strength, power, and size. click here to learn more.
the cyclist this is a 4 week training cycle meant to maintain a cyclist's foundational strength and work capacity. this program should be done pre-season when the athlete begins his cycling specific training. the athlete should already have a base level of fitness developed in the off season. depending on the athlete and their training volume this can be done 2-3 days a week. the athlete's primary training focus should be their sport specific training, strength maintenance will come second. learn more about the cyclist.
corrective squat this 8 week 24 session program is designed for intermediate athletes with access to a fully equipped gym. this cycle is based on utilizing pause squats to get the athlete in a greater range of motion for the squat. as the athlete gets more comfortable in the bottom of the squat they will have more carryover into the olympic lifts and other athletic pursuits in general. we have used pause squats for several years in our training facility with hundreds of athletes and had great success with them. the following cycle is based on this culmination of knowledge. this program is designed to be both a strength and a corrective cycle intended to increase an athlete's range of motion and comfort in the squat. this cycle requires no special equipment other than a squat rack and can be performed in any globo or garage gym. while there are no olympic lifts in this cycle there are pull variations which will have direct carryover for the olympic lifter. this program is designed for the athlete that wants to increase their mobility, comfort and strength with the front squat and the back squat click here to learn more.
strength first this is a 36 session 12 week program focused on prioritizing an athletes strength training. the purpose of this cycle is to be a fluid program that can be added to any current training and maximize gym based training time. this cycle was originally intended for soldiers that have random, required pt, but still want to see strength and conditioning improvements with a minimal investment in time. because they don’t know what their pt will be day to day they need a fluid cycle that can be changed depending on the amount of their required work outside the gym. this program is designed for the athlete that puts a priority on improving strength with a minimal investment in time. click here to learn more.
triphasic training this is a 6 week 24 session program based on cal dietz’s theory – triphasic training. this cycle is broken up into 3x 2 week cycles. with each cycle focusing on a different portion of triphasic training. any athlete will benefit from this cycle as it will teach the athlete to focus on key elements of each specific lift. the triphasic method teaches the athlete how to eccentrically and isometrically absorb energy before applying it in explosive dynamic movements. this program is designed for the athlete that wants to improve strength, proprioception and power. this program is only available to online members. click here to meet your new training partners.
foundational olympic the foundational olympic cycle is a 12 week 48 session cycle. if you have prior knolwedge of the olympic lifts and want to really focus on building explosive strength and power as well as increasing your aerobic and anaerobic capacity- this is the cycle for you. the primary focus of this cycle is increasing your total body strength through a large volume of progressive olympic lifting. in addition we will build your aerobic base and cap the cycle with with 3 weeks of intensive work capacity. the primary lifts stay the same and are progressed for the entire 12 weeks of this cycle. this program is designed for the athlete that wants to improve their olympic lifting technique, strength, aerobic and anaerobic capacity. click here to learn more.
dumbbell strength
arm hypertrophy 2 this is an 8 week supplemental arm hypertrophy program designed to be done concurrently with another training cycle.
challenges this 5 week, 20 session, hybrid program is designed for intermediate and advanced athletes that have access to a fully equipped gym. it’s called challenges because this program has a heavy work capacity emphasis and contains some of our favorite soul-breaking efforts that we’ve done over the years. every monday and friday you’ll train work capacity in durations from 5-30 minutes. on wednesdays you’ll train strength in a density format and have either sprint or grip supplemental work. we also include a 4th endurance session weekly to develop aerobic capacity. this program is only available to online members. click here to meet your new training partners.
launchy this 4 week, 16 session, program is designed for the novice to intermediate athlete with a fully equipped gym. the launchy program is designed as an on-ramp program for new athletes just starting the atomic athlete programming. the primary purpose is to expose the new athlete to all of our foundational barbell lifts and get the body ready for more intense training to come. during this program the loads and intensities used are based on a concept of dbd - difficult but doable. no one rep maxes are baseline testing is required. this program is ideal for a new athlete with little to no experience or intermediate / advanced athletes looking for some variety. click here to learn more about launchy.
new athlete this 12-week, 40-session program is designed for athletes new to training or who have been away from consistent training for 6 or more months. it can be completed with basic globo-gym equipment such as barbells, and dumbbells. this program has a heavy strength focus to maximize the adaptations your body is ready to make as a rookie athlete. but, over the course of the 12 weeks, you’ll shift to more frequent work capacity as you naturally adapt to be able to handle more work and therefore need a greater stimulus to continue adapting. this program is ideal for athletes that ready for a longer, more structured beginner program. to learn more click here.
short on time this 4 week, 12 session program is designed for the athlete that has a busy month ahead of them and is looking for short, well thought out, and effective training. each of these sessions is meant to be done in 45 minutes or less and uses minimal equipment. there are 3 training sessions per week that focus on lower, upper, and total body strength endurance as well as work capacity. this program is ideal for either new athletes looking to get more fit, or experienced athletes looking to maintain fitness. this program can also be used in conjunction with a supplemental program such as the foundation, rock solid, or arm hypertrophy programs we offer. to lean more click here.
short on time ii this is a 4 week cycle designed for the athlete that wants to see some dedicated strength progressions but only has limited time to train. the premise of this cycle is to use density weight training to get through each strength component in 10 minutes. each one of these training sessions is designed to be completed within 40 minutes. there are no barbell olympic lifts in this cycle, and it is designed to utilize the equipment available in any globo gym. there isn’t a lot of variety in this cycle, that is by design. we want to progress the majority of the efforts to ensure that you are seeing progress but also, we don’t want to waste time learning new movements or techniques. this will allow you to get into the gym, get the work done and get out in as short a period of time as possible. if you are interested in increasing your strength and work capacity in as short an investment of time as possible, then this cycle is just right for you. don’t think that because this cycle is short that it will be easy. these cycles require a high amount of mental fitness to get through in the allotted time. this program can also be used in conjunction with a supplemental program such as the foundation, rock solid, or arm hypertrophy programs we offer. to lean more click here.
kettlebell this 6-week, 24-session program is designed for the intermediate experienced athletes looking to build fitness with minimal equipment in an outdoor or garage setting. the program itself is one designed for the hybrid athlete and will focus on 3 fitness attributes: strength endurance, work capacity, and stamina. over the course of the 5 weeks the athlete will see a progression in intensity and volume. the athlete should train 4x per week for 5 weeks, with the 6th week being a taper and test week. this program is ideal for kettlebell lovers, athletes in need of a full hybrid training program without a full gym, and athletes looking to take a break from the barbell. learn more about the kettlebell program.
sandbag this 6 week, 24 session program is designed for the beginner and above athlete looking to build fitness with minimal equipment in an outdoor or garage setting. the program itself is one designed for the hybrid athlete and will focus on 3 fitness attributes: strength endurance, work capacity, and stamina. over the course of 5 weeks the athlete will see a progression in intensity and volume. the athlete should train 4 times per week for 5 weeks, with the 6th week being a taper and test week. this plan is ideal for the athlete working at an austere location - e.g. deployed, garage, etc - who wants to maintain a high level of overall fitness. learn more about the sandbag program.
globogym this program will build the athletes fitness through 3 weeks of strength training, followed by 3 weeks of work capacity and finally 2 weeks of gym based stamina. both strength and work capacity cycles are 3 weeks in length, they each have 3 gym based sessions each week with an optional 4th session that can be performed outside the gym. stamina cycles are only 2 weeks in length but all 4 sessions will be gym. this cycle is based on performing these sessions at any globo-gym: world’s gym, golds gym, planet fitness, 24-hour fitness, lifetime fitness etc. you will need a squat rack and access to dumbbells. it would be helpful, but not necessary, to have access to kettlebells as well. there are no olympic lifts during this cycle so bumper plates are not needed. learn more about the globogym program.
ultimate soldier this 10 week, 37 session program is designed for athletes of all levels that have limited equipment. a sandbag and kettlebell will be required to do this program as it is written. you will also need access to a pull up bar or rope. the ultimate soldier is a combination of 3 online programs that we’ve had great success with. it has 2 weeks of the kettlebell program, 2 weeks of the sandbag program, then finishes with the final 4 weeks of our soldier program. it also has a week of testing before and after the 8 week training block. this program is ideal for the athlete that trains on his/her own and has built up a minimalist gym. it’s also great for athletes that have been training extensively with the barbell and needs a break. this program is coming soon.
ultimate predator this 12 week program is designed for the backcountry hunter that plans on spending an extended time in the mountains in challenging terrain. the main focus of this program is to improve the aerobic endurance and lower body strength endurance of the hunter. during this program the hunter will train 4-5 times per week depending on their individual schedules. the majority of this training time can be done anywhere, while 1 day per week will be in a gym. this program is designed for the athlete that is planning for a mountain based hunt or any event spent at elevation in rugged terrain. click here to learn more.
the woodsman this 5 week, 20 session, program is designed for athletes of all levels preparing for a trip to the mountains and has access to basic gym equipment and has a tire set up for dragging. the woodsman is designed for hunters or backpackers that need to shift their training to a more sport specific focus. in this program the athlete will train 4 days per week, only one of which will be in the gym. the remainder of the training will focus on the following: attributes trained •concentric leg strength for climbing •aerobic capacity under load for extended durations •low back strength and durability for stabilizing external loads •eccentric leg strength for descent •ankle mobility •calf strength endurance •core strength •total body strength this program is ideal for the mountain athlete that has 4-6 weeks until their trip. for those with more time the ultimate predator cycle, 12 weeks, is more appropriate. click here to learn more about the woodsman.
battlefrog elite this 7-week program is designed for athletes looking to compete in the battlefrog elite obstacle course race. it is specifically made from the demands of the battlefrog event in order to fully prepare you to master the race. the run intervals are individualized to your ability.
the soldier this 4-week, 24 session program is appropriate for intermediate to advanced athletes. it is specifically designed for individuals attending a tactical training or selection course. the plan is designed to primarily increase the athlete’s mid-distance running ability while also training strength endurance, core strength, and durability. this program is meant to be started approximately 5 weeks out from the course date to allow a slight taper and time to travel. this program is ideal for military or le prepping for a ruck-based selection, or experienced gym athletes looking for a demanding change of pace from gym-based training. learn more about the solider.
warrior one warrior one is a dual purpose program with two main areas of emphasis. physical training and defensive handgun training. this 6 week program is designed for newer athletes looking to train these two attributes in a structured manner.
handgun one handgun one is the hand gun portion of warrior one and consists of dry and live fire training drills. this handgun program can be paired with any of the other training programs we offer.
chase or be chased this 3 week, 14 session hybrid program is designed for that athlete that wishes to improve their mid distance run and has access to a full gym. chase or be chased incorporates 2 quality run sessions per week, intervals and a tempo run. along with the running based progressions this program trains both olympic lifts and has a dedicated strength day. this program is ideal for the athlete that has a good foundational olympic weightlifting base and wants to do a run specific program. this program is online available to online members. click here to learn more.
bodyweight only this is a 6-week, 24-session cycle designed for athletes that are traveling or do not have access to a weight room for an extended period of time. strength endurance, stamina, and work capacity will all be trained in a progressive manner throughout the program. this program is ideal for any athlete looking to train with only bodyweight exercises and running. learn more about the bodyweight only program.
run and bodyweight this 13 week, 52 session program is designed for the athlete looking to improve running ability in short to moderate distances (1-5 miles) as well as bodyweight strength endurance. originally this program was designed for a law enforcement officer looking to attend a swat selection course but applies to a wide range of athletes. it uses our proven methods of periodization and progression in a well thought out, yet simple to execute, program. it requires very little equipment and can be done almost anywhere. this program is ideal for athletes that prefer to train outdoors with minimal equipment and is a great preparatory program for our more advanced programming. learn more by clicking here.
run-specific strength this program is designed to develop eccentric strength for runners to handle the pounding from downhill running without fatiguing before another ascent or race element.
arm hypertrophy as the name states, this program is designed to make your arms grow. it uses tried-and-true movements combined with varying progressions to force muscle growth in the biceps, triceps, and shoulder. it’s important to note that hypertrophy will really only occur in athletes that have been training consistently for 3 or more months. there is no shortcut. this program is not a stand alone program; each session will take only 15-20 minutes. we recommend combining it with another program - can be strength, work capacity, or endurance - and tack the arm hypertrophy work after the completion of the other program's session. click here to learn more.
clean 101 this 11-video tutorial program is designed to instruct athletes on the fundamentals of olympic clean by teaching technique systematically. you will be given drills to develop your skill free of bad habits. instruction is provided by thomas lower, owner of lower weightlifting gym. this tutorial is ideal for athletes looking to learn or improve their clean technique.
jerk 101 this 5-video tutorial program is designed to instruct athletes on the fundamentals of the jerk by teaching technique systematically. you will be given drills to develop your skill free of bad habits. instruction is provided by thomas lower, owner of lower weightlifting gym. this tutorial is ideal for athletes looking to learn or improve their jerk technique.
snatch 101 this 15-video tutorial program is designed to instruct athletes on the fundamentals of snatch by teaching technique systematically. you will be given drills to develop your skill free of bad habits. instruction is provided by thomas lower, owner of lower weightlifting gym. this tutorial is ideal for athletes looking to learn or improve their snatch technique.
olympic lifting mistakes 101 this 6-video tutorial program is designed to instruct athletes on the fundamentals of olympic lifting by illustrating common mistakes. you will be given drills to develop your skill free of bad habits. instruction is provided by thomas lower, owner of lower weightlifting gym. this tutorial is ideal for athletes looking to learn or improve olympic lifting technique.
rock solid this 4 week program is designed for athletes already following a dedicated strength or endurance program and seek to improve their overall core strength along with shoulder and hip durability. this program has 3 weekly sessions that use minimal equipment and is appropriate for all levels of athletes. this effort can be done before or after your primary training session and should take no longer than 20-30 minutes to complete. this program is designed for the athlete that wants accessory core and midline stability work. click here to learn more.
the foundation 2 this 8-week complimentary program is designed to further develop the aerobic conditioning (“base”) for athletes. it is for athletes that completed the foundation program or already have considerable aerobic fitness and are looking to improve it. if you can run 15k over rolling terrain on road or trail without much or any soreness the next day, or have the equivalent ability in another endurance discipline, then you have the level of aerobic fitness required by this program. to learn more click here.
the foundation this 8-week program is designed to build an aerobic base for the athlete preparing to start a more sport specific program or for the strength athlete looking to build better cardiovascular health. this program is ideal for individuals planning on doing the woodsman, ultimate predator, or soldier program which all require the athletes to have some sort of base established. this program is designed for the athlete that needs to increase their aerobic base. click here to learn more.
upper extremity injury this 4 week,12 session program is designed for an athlete that has limited / no ability to use one upper body limb with access to a full gym. this could be a wrist, elbow, or shoulder injury based around joint or soft tissue damage. this is not a rehab program but a program designed to keep the athlete’s fitness high during the recovery process of an injured extremity. during this program you will do single arm dumbbell or kettle bell exercises for the upper and total body lifts. for the lower body lifts you will squat with a barbell or single kb/db. this program is ideal for athletes with minor to moderate levels of injuries. for athletes with very severe injuries some modifications may need to be made. learn more about the upper extremity injury program.
lower extremity injury this 4 week, 12 session program is designed for athletes that have a lower body extremity injury to either the hip, knee, or ankle. it focuses on lower body strength maintenance and upper body strength. you will train primarily unilateral movements for lower body and traditional movements for the upper body. work capacity, endurance, core, along with hip, shoulder, and low back durability are trained weekly as well. this program is ideal for athletes with minor to moderate levels of injuries. for athletes with very severe injuries some modifications may need to be made. learn more about the lower extremity injury program.
low back injury this 9 week, 36 session, program is designed for athletes that are recovering from a low back injury that has access to a full gym. this program allows the athlete to progress based on their individual rate of recovery from the injury. this is not designed to be a rehab program but a program to maintain fitness while allowing the injured area to heal. back injuries can be very serious, and we strongly recommend that you ask your doctor whether it is advisable for you to be using this program. this program is ideal for athletes that have a chronic or specific injury to the low back that limits them from doing other programs as prescribed. learn more about the low back injury program.
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just squat this is a 3 week strength cycle focused on improving your total body strength. the focus of this cycle is super squats. this is a strength theory from randall strossen that we have adapted for our purposes and training volume. this is an intense, progressive 3 week cycle based on 3 primary strength sessions each week. there is a base maintenance of work capacity on the first session of each week and a core session on the final session of each week. there is a 4th running based stamina session offered each week as well. click here to learn more.
games prep we originally designed this 3.5 week cycle to prepare bonita thomsen, one of our veteran athletes, for the masters division of the crossfit games. after completing the program, bonita took 4th place in her division at the games. we recommend that you start this program 4-5 weeks before your event. before starting this program, you should have a solid base fitness and have already established the technique you will need for skill events. click here to learn more.
run n' gun this 4 week program is designed for individuals interested competing in a biathlon or run and gun event similar the the battleroad zombie biathlon, pecos run and gun or any multi stage mid distance event between 3-7 miles comprised of running, overland obstacles and shooting courses that will run anywhere from 45 minutes to 2 hours. the plan is designed to primarily increase the athlete’s mid-distance running ability and ability to move under load while also training strength endurance, core strength, and durability. this program is meant to be started approximately 5 weeks out from the event date to allow a slight taper and time to travel. click here to learn more.
run strong the biggest thing we see with runners is a high susceptibility to injury due to overall lack of strength and too much running volume. this strength program is designed to accompany our run-specific programs or your own run program that you are doing in preparation for a race. the goal of this cycle is to keep you strong and injury-free. click here to learn more.
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