THE DAILY WORKOUTS EXPLAINED
The Daily Workouts utilize a hybrid method of training called undulating periodization (a programming scheme, also known as nonlinear periodization, that uses changes in volume, intensity, and exercise selection to provide loading differences on a daily basis). Multiple training protocols are used all in the same week. For example, we may assign a muscular endurance-focused workout one day, a power-focused workout the next day, and a hypertrophy-focused workout the next day, etc. This form of training is mentally beneficial because the workouts do not become stale or boring. Because of these daily changes, the stress on the body is constantly varied, which limits the client's ability to plateau in their performance.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED...
While many of the Daily Workouts are bodyweight workouts, there are some that will require minimal equipment. Here is a list of the minimum suggested equipment (click on the links to find out where I purchased my equipment):
Three pairs of dumbbells - one "light" pair, one "medium" pair, one "heavy" pair
HOW DO DO IT
For best results, 3-5 workouts per week are recommended.
NOTE: It's crucial to "build a foundation" and prepare the body for the demands of higher levels of training that may follow. For that reason, ALL clients are strongly encouraged to begin with our Integrated Training Programs before attempting the Daily Workouts.