This is a pure hypertrophy program using the equipment we have in the gym. If your goal is to increase muscle size, shape, and train like a bodybuilder, this is your plan. It is a perpetual program that uses a controlled tempo, max rep sets, supersets, and other intensity techniques to maximize your muscular potential.
If you are bored with the standard 3 sets for 12 reps each, this will be a welcome departure for you.
Bring your gallon of water, Zubaz baggy pants, old-school Oakley shades, and let’s get to work.
When you combine performance training, heavy lifting, movement-based exercise, and intense conditioning, what do you get?
Strength and Conditioning.
Unlike other programs, which call circuit training Strength and Conditioning, this one stands above.
This program utilizes a comprehensive warmup to prepare you for the day, cycles through a series of main lifts in five-week waves that will challenge your trunk strength and overall strength, build muscle, and end the day with some challenging conditioning such as hill sprints, Airdyne work, sleds, or whatever simple torture we can throw at you to get your heart rate up and breathing hard.
There is a three or four-day program for this offering that is sure to fit every schedule.
The main powerlifting program at our gym is the Team KCBB powerlifting program. This cycles through four-week waves, each wave culminating in a challenge week to test your progress using weights that are not max effort.
Beating rep goals, increasing bar speed, and increasing work capacity are hallmarks of progress that are used in this program.
We can take you from the gym to the platform within five weeks with a proper peak and meet attempt calculations at any point in this program.
You can run this program as a competitor or non-competitor who just wants to lift to be stronger. We do not ask anyone to compete as that is a personal choice.
You will be challenged, and the program will force you to hit goals, meet them, and surpass them.
One of the biggest mistakes lifters make after a meet is not allowing time to gain muscle, give their body a break, and use lighter weights.
After a meet, we ask the competitor to take a whole week off, and when they return to the gym, they will be put into this six-week program designed to hit lighter weights for higher reps.
This program humbles everyone because they are used to lower reps, heavier weights, and shifting into sets of ten+ is a significant wake-up call and a diversion from the grind of the heavy work.
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