Smash Your PRs - 16 Week Challenge
Focus and Improve
If you’re a CrossFit athlete or regular gym goer you know how frustrating the Olympic Lifts can be. The truly only way to get better at them is to focus on them weekly.
Start 2020 with the Proper Focus
We partnered up with J2Fit to create a 16 week training program for anyone that has trained the Olympic lifts and wants to smash their current PRs. Over the course of 16 weeks you will focus on improving your technique in the Snatch and Clean & Jerk. You will also see additional weekly focus on heavy squats, pushing and pulling.
16 week programs (4 months)
1) 3 days a week (meant to supplement current CrossFitters/Personal Programming)
2) 5 days a week (stand alone programming)
The Right Focus
Weekly focus will be improving your Snatch, Clean & Jerk and Squats. You will also get weekly exposure to pressing, pulling, accessory work including hitting those biceps/triceps.
The Right Time
This program starts immediately after the holidays. On Monday, Jan 6th you kick off your 4 month focus on improving your lifts and general fitness. Have your fun now knowing that you're committing to your fitness at the start of the new year.
Included in the Program
- 16 Weeks of Programming
- 3 or 5 days a week programming (up to 90 minutes a day)
- TrainHeroic App for programming and tracking
- Demonstration Videos
- Digital Coach Access
- Private Facebook Group
- OUT-FIT T-shirt
Sample Training Day
Prep/Warm Up (10min)
Step Down x 6/leg
Empty Barbell Sots Press x 8
Deadbug x 10/side
No Contact Muscle Snatch 3x3/50%
Hang Power Snatch 2RM, then 2x1 at same weight
Pause (5 sec) Back Squat 5RM, then 2x3 at same weight
*Superset exercises, rest 1min after each set
Bulgarian Split Squat 4x8/side
Nordic Curl 4x6-8/arm
Both Programs start on Monday, Jan 6th 2020
If you got this far, you're definitely interested.
1. Just do it and sign up.
2. Do you have questions? Email us at email@example.com and we will get back to you.
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