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For Every Situation

350 Circuit/Boot Camp Workouts
347 Weight Room/Strength Workouts
80 Interval Workouts
350 Circuit/Boot Camp Workouts
347 Weight Room/Strength Workouts
80 Interval Workouts

What are you looking for?

If you’re like most people you want one or more of the following:

Get stronger (increase muscle strength).

Lose weight (decrease body fat…you need muscle!).

Gain weight (increase muscle mass).

Get “in shape” (improve cardio-respiratory fitness).

Look better (look great in swimwear).

Never have to deal with another mortgage payment.

Other than the mortgage payment, these programs are what you need to achieve those goals. In addition to these effective programs, you MUST read the Important Information section which covers reality, useful advice, and important points which will make your goal pursuit worthwhile.

What are you looking for?

If you’re like most people you want one or more of the following:

Get stronger (increase muscle strength)

Lose weight (decrease body fat…you need muscle!)

Gain weight (increase muscle mass)

Get “in shape” (improve cardio-respiratory fitness)

More

Why can this help you?

Heed the following scenarios and situations that apply to you. Whatever your dilemma or issue, it can be resolved here. Read all details and important information and you’ll be ready to choose from the wide variety of options to fit your plan:

You’re completely clueless and have no idea of where to begin and what to do.

You’re seeking workout structure that accounts for all details: a variety of exercises, the order in which they are performed, the number of reps and sets to do, exact session work and rest times, the number of rounds, stations, and distances, and other details that facilitate proper workout completion.

You want to challenge yourself by being able to see weekly progress in your training.

You’ve been training, have accrued some results, but want more.

 You need a long-term training plan for consistency and the ability to reschedule training days and workouts if you need a “Plan B” back-up.

Importantly, you want safe and time-efficient exercises and overload protocols that minimize excessive wear-and-tear on the muscles and joints to stay injury-free.

 

Becoming injured is disheartening because it (1) prevents you from training consistently and (2) limits what you can do around a specific injury. Not being able to train hard and reach your goal(s) is frustrating. Being safety conscious must be the underpinning of any reasonable training program.

You want to knock off both strength training and “cardio” in the most time-efficient manner. On that point, you’re seeking a complete library of pre-set workouts so you never run out of options for years and years of quality training.

 

 

Your life is hectic. You’re pressed for time. You can only schedule minimal training days and session time.

You want to devote more time to family, school, work, and/or other personal diversions.

You’re a veteran trainee and need new workouts to add to your repertoire.

You have time to train, but you’re seeking more time-efficient training sessions to eschew your current high-volume training commitment (i.e., four days/week, two-hour training sessions).

You want a ton of workout variety to choose from to avoid mental and physical over-stressing.

You’re going to the gym to either “hit the weights,” perform a circuit/boot camp-type workout, do a “cardio” workout on a ubiquitous cardio machine, or run intervals at an outdoor venue

·    You’re completely clueless and have no idea of where to begin and what to do.

·    You’ve been training, have accrued some results, but want more.

·    Your life is hectic. You’re pressed for time. You can only schedule minimal training days and session time.

·    You’re a veteran trainee and need new workouts to add to your repertoire.

·    You’re going to the gym to either hit the weights, perform a circuit/boot camp-type workout, do a “cardio” workout on a ubiquitous cardio machine, or run intervals at an outdoor venue.

·    You’re seeking workout structure that accounts for all details: a variety of exercises, the order in which they are performed, the number of reps and sets to do, exact session work and rest times, the number of rounds, stations, and distances, and other details that facilitate proper workout completion.

·    You want to challenge yourself by being able to see weekly progress in your training.

·    You want to knock off both strength training and cardio in the most time-efficient manner.

·    You have time to train, but you’re seeking more time-efficient training sessions to eschew your current high-volume training commitment (i.e., four days/week, two-hour training sessions).

·    You want to devote more time to family, school, work, and/or other personal diversions.

·    You want a ton of workout variety to choose from to avoid mental and physical over-stressing.

·    On that point, you’re seeking a complete library of pre-set workouts so you never run out of options for years and years of quality training.

·    You need a long-term training plan for consistency and the ability to reschedule training days and workouts if you need a “Plan B” back-up.

·    Importantly, you want safe and time-efficient exercises and overload protocols that minimize excessive wear-and-tear on the muscles and joints to stay injury-free.

 

Becoming injured is disheartening because it (1) prevents you from training consistently and (2) limits what you can do around a specific injury. Not being able to train hard and reach your goal(s) is frustrating. Being safety conscious must be the underpinning of any reasonable training program.

 

Doesn’t this make sense? Are you in one or more of the above-mentioned scenarios/situations? If so, let’s go deeper into what you have in front of you.

The Programs

The Complete Program
The Weight Room/Strength Program
Interval Training Program
The Circuit/Boot Camp Program

The Complete Program

The Weight Room/Strength Program

Interval Training Program

The Circuit/Boot Camp Program

 

777.workouts.com is a product of Tom Kelso, M.S., M.S.C.C., C.S.C.S., a 35+ year veteran of the strength and fitness industry and current Exercise Physiologist with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.

Visit www.tomkelso.com for more information and to contact Tom.