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This workout is intended for:
Those who have never trained or haven’t trained in a long time (greater than 3 months). Start with Phase I.
2) INTERMEDIATE LIFTERS
Those who are looking to change it up or challenge themselves. Start with Phase II.
Each Phase lasts 1-2 months. This program is designed to allow for, in Phase I, neuromuscular adaptation and basic strength/size increases. Then, in Phase II, the focus is on increase in size (hypertrophy – muscle growth) and strength gains. Phase I involves training 3 Days per week and Phase II involves training 6 Days per week.
Diet/Nutrition is 75% of the puzzle. With any training plan, fitness goal, or body composition desire, for the best results you must make ‘eating correctly’ one of your top priorities. Think of it this way, even if you train your hardest but aren’t giving your body what it needs, or you are just eating whatever you want - your body won’t be able to build the muscle you desire or burn off the fat you are trying to lose. Weight gain, weight loss and achieving body composition changes all comes down to crunching some numbers in order to figure out the proper calorie ranges, and macronutrient (carbs, protein, fat) breakdowns to give you the greatest chance for success.
For a great diet to match this workout check out the Armstrong Fitness GymNut page (link below). We also listed some diet choices at the end of this program as well (“Armstrong Fitness Mass Building” for size/strength for example).
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With over 10+ years of experience, at Armstrong Fitness we know what works and what doesn't!
We only offer top notch programs that will allow you to reach the fitness goals you desire (All of our workouts also contain at leat some diet and nutrition info - some contain full nutritional guides).
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We truly believe that "Hard work, training right and eating right do yield results - you just have to stick to it!"
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We are the creator of the "Body Fit" Program - which was converted into an ACL injury prevention training regime at the University of Western Australia and is currently being used by the Autralian Women's National Field Hockey team, the Australian Women's Rugby Team, and others. If you are involved in any sports teams (particularly those with female athletes between 14-25 contact us and we can get you this program - female athletes in the age range mentioned are at the highest risk for ACL damage and this program has been scientifically proven to help prevent injury. It can also be used to prevent the same injury for male athletes as well - it's just females are more at risk).
We have a strong belief in using scientifically proven methods, along with personal results and tailoring. With an Honours Kinesiology background and education from one of the top KIN schools/programs in the world we pride ourselves on understanding the science behind everything we promote and are working to constantly learn new things/new techniques/new styles of training and eating to help maximize our clients results.
We think of every body composition goal as a science experiment with your body and want to educate you on how to get there.
Influences / Inspirations include:
Scientifically = Dr. Stuart Phillips, Dr. Martin Gibala, and Dr. Johnathan Little.
Historically = Arnold Schwarzenegger, Franco Columbu, and Mike Mentzer.
Current = Tom Venuto, Tony Horton, and Greg Glassman.