Whether you have a backcountry elk hunt coming up, a hike in Patagonia, a backpacking trip across Alaska, or any other outdoor adventure, making sure your body is in shape for the experience is critical to your success and enjoyment. Often times we see that people don't have the muscle and strength for some of these trips and no matter how good your mental game is, if you aren't physically ready for the challenge you wont make it. Gaining muscle and strength for that next adventure, or just for personal goals, we have created an easy to follow plan to do just that.
K.I.S.S, keep it simple stupid, an acronym I have found to love in all of my trainer exploits with my clients and myself. In my years of training I have found that usually the most successful programs are often the simplest. A mentor of mine once told me, “if YOU want to be strong and you want your clients/athletes to be strong, then you must be GREAT at the basics” That’s just what this program is, meat and potatoes, emphasizing the basics for the hunter and adventurer wanted to add strength and build muscle through their training program.
The absolute BEST thing you can do in your training, and with this program, is be CONSISTENT. Do not miss, if you have to miss a day make it up on one of your scheduled rest days. I guarantee you will experience some sort of positive result in any type of training if you stay consistent. This program is designed for intermediate-advanced lifters. If you are just beginning on your strength training journey, I highly recommend the 5x5 protocol, or Jim Wendler’s 5,3,1 boring but big program.
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If this plan sounds like it's right for you then you can download it [HERE].