3 P’s To Real Success

THE ONLY WAY TO REAL PROGRESS/TRANSFORMATION

REAL

FAT-LOSS

MUSCLE GAIN

NO MORE PAIN

ENERGY

PROGRESS!

PROGRAMMING

Know what you are doing and why, ask your body to do the things you need to make the changes you want (fat-loss, mucle gain, strength gain, stability, power, cure muscle imbalances-aches & pains) and so much more.

PERIODIZATION

 

Cyclic structuring of training and practice (sports practice skill, general lifts, competition) to maximize performance to coincide with your bodies advancement and progress

 

PROGRESSIVE OVERLOAD

 

To truly transform you physique and all other areas of your body you MUST be progressive. If you are lifting the same 2 pound, or ten pound or fifteen, that you were a year ago, your body has not changed! That I promise.

Through my Exercise Science Degree I structure your program in a way that progressively asks the body to make the adjustments through the workout – getting leaner, stronger, more mobile and agile.

WHY YOU MUST DO THE SAME WORKOUT
TO MAKE REAL PROGRESS

(FOR 4-12 WEEKS ONLY)

PERIODIZATION IS KEY TO PROGRESS

 

For programming / KBBody clients I leave you with the same workout for 4 -8 weeks, sometimes for beginners 12!

In keeping with the science of periodization I generally change your program every 4-8 weeks.

In the KBody custom programming the 4 weeks you are doing the same workouts week 1, workout 1, week 2 workout 1, week 3, workout 1, and week 4 workout 1. Same will go for workout 2 and 3 and maybe even 4, depending on our set goal and volume.

These matching workouts are host to the same exercises, but within them I want you to make an active effort to push in form, weight (when applies), reps (when applies) and overall ownership and progression. THAT is the ONLY WAY to get the results we desire.

A new, random workout everyday WILL NEVER yield true results to your full potential. Scientifically the body must adapt to the demand over some time, then the demand is switched.

Demand example: prescribed workout for a prescribed time with skill, form and weight / variable progression.