The Weight Room/Strength Program

With the weight room/strength program you will get access to…

138 Total Body Workouts, 98 Upper Body Workouts, and 111 Lower Body Workouts.


  • Must-read important information.
  • The complete numbered-library of all 347 workouts.
  • 347 workout recording forms to print and then track your progress.
  • A substitute exercise list.
  • Weekly training format examples.
  • A glossary of terms to better understand exercise specifics.



With the weight room/strength program you will get access to…

  • 138 total body workouts
  • 98 upper body workouts
  • 111 lower body workouts

The total, upper, and lower body workouts are divided into three subcategories:

  • Regular set and rep type. Nothing fancy, just good old fashion resistance training.
  • H.I.T. (High Intensity Training)/Varied protocols to up your training to another level.
  • Circuit-type where a stopwatch or wall clock is used.

Additionally, most workouts have three different exercise orders to choose from to further add variety to your plan. All workouts use barbells, dumbbells, plate-load machines, selectorized machines, body weight only, and other devices. They range from 10 to 15 minutes in length to nearly an hour, depending on which ones you select and how focused you are. That is, a workout with less workout volume/fewer sets = less time to complete, and if you minimize rest time between sets – including water breaks, recording workout data, and fiddling with your music player – you’ll spend less time at the gym.

The collection includes a mixture of various exercises, set/rep scripts, and overload protocols. This will give you quality workouts without the drudgery of repeating the same workout too often. To assure you’re on track, specific procedures accompany each workout so it’s always clear on what to do. You are encouraged to heed the listed Internet link to paper-print workout recording forms to document and track your progress.