Are you training for US Army Ranger School, Special Forces Selection, or another military school? Preparing for a specific event such as a marathon? Want to compete in the Tactical Games but don’t know how to train for it? Maybe you just want to be a healthy 45-year-old. No problem!
An off-the-shelf exercise routine fails to take into consideration the unique situation of every person. With a custom training plan, I will take every aspect of you into consideration and develop a plan that fits your unique goals.
I have programmed routines for myself, clients, friends, and family for more than 30 years for such goals/events as general health/wellness/longevity, bodybuilding, powerlifting, CrossFit competitions, Tactical Games, US Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT), US Army Ranger School, US Army Best Ranger Competition, US Army Special Operations Command Soldier of the Year competition, the Bataan Death March, running marathons, ToughRuck/ruck march marathons, the FBI physical fitness test, high school wrestling, and high school football.
The first step in the process of developing your personalized routine is to fill out a thorough intake form, which will allow me to get to know you before I prescribe anything. It will take into account such things as your age, physical fitness level, medical considerations, physical limitations, short-term and long-term goals, diet, supplements, time available to train, and access to equipment.
Once I have all this information and have clarified any questions through email, I will prepare your plan. It will have a template which will outline the physical fitness objectives of each session for each training day. It will also come with three four-week cycles (12 total weeks/3 months) of detailed programming which will outline exercise, duration, sets, reps, intensity, etc. for every training session.
Then you will receive the plan via email. You are given one clarifying email to ask any questions you have.
Finally, you will execute the plan!
What do I do when the 12 weeks have gone by?
- You can continue using the same routine and start over at week one again. There is no rule that says you have to do a routine only once!
- You can also keep the same framework but make some substitutions to reps, sets, durations, exercises, etc. on your own based on your level of expertise.
- You can purchase a Training Plan Refresh and I will program another 12 weeks of training for you at a reduced cost.