We don’t write our programming when the gym is open to push push you to redline every single day of the week. We strategically space out heavy lifting days, have a GPP day in the middle to facilitate time to recover, and ensure you all take a rest day on Sundays. We are staying true to this when writing our at-home programming as well. We know you all are wanting to lift. A lot. We know you’re mentally reeling a bit from not having a heavy barbell to throw around at the moment. But we promise you, we have a plan when we write up these training tracks. Stay true to what we give you, and we promise you won’t be taking a giant leap backward in your fitness journey. We eat, sleep, and breathe this stuff. We want you all to be successful, even if we aren’t physically there to coach you.
We could be asking you to do hundreds of push-ups, air squats, or other body weight work weekly, but that doesn’t help you in the long run. Work on your cardio endurance, follow the program, and we promise, there is a light at the end of this tunnel. Try one training track, and if it doesn’t feel like it’s pushing you enough, try another. We wrote multiple programs for this reason. We want you all to be motivated and excited to work out, however hard it may be to do alone. The pack mentality at the gym causes you to push yourself whereas being alone can cause it to be a struggle. Reach out to your gym friends for motivation. Keep posting your workouts online. We are proud of all of you, and we are here for you.
Want to hear more detail about our At-Home Programming. Check out this weeks episode of the Business & Barbell Podcast