A GOOD DEFENSE IS A GOOD OFFENSE
In the past few years, I’ve jumped into many different athletic activities and I have accomplished many dangerous feats of strength. Lifting, jumping, running, flipping, wrestling, climbing, gripping, rolling, tackling, trampoline, ninja — LET’S GO! My ability to jump into these new activities with “beginner’s luck” and not get hurt is based on my unique strength foundation that protects me. Without my core strength, upper and lower body mobility, and general coordination – I’d get hurt! If you want to build your DEFENSE so you can go on the OFFENSE, this is the program for you.
6 UNIQUE ROUTINES
The Invincible Athlete is a 4-week program consisting of 6 unique routines done weekly. Some days are two workout days and sometimes I encourage you to do extra workouts. The routines include:
- TRIPLE UPPER BODY STABILIZATION ROUTINE
- THE LOWER BACK GAUNTLET
- ATHLETIC PULL DAY
- BELTLESS DEADLIFTS AND GRIP
- LOWER POSTERIOR CHAIN WORKOUT
- EVERY ATHLETE FLEXIBILITY ROUTINE
BUILD A BIG BACK
5 of the 6 routines in this program build and strengthen your backside. If you want a bigger, stronger back and deadlifts and lat pulldowns alone haven’t been doing it, you’re going to like this program!
ONE STRETCHING ROUTINE FOR ALL
The Every Athlete Flexibility routine in the book is done once weekly. In 4 weeks, you will be on the fast track to building an excellent base of functional flexibility. I took out the splits, and all junk stretches, and only included the things that will benefit you as an athlete! If you need to know precisely how little stretching you could get away with while getting massive results, this routine has it!
KNEE, ELBOW, SHOULDER, BACK PAIN?!
Some of the best rehabilitation exercises and drills are integrated in the form of heavy, hard work in this program. I cut out most of the tedious, weird, band dominant exercises and put a barbell on your back or in your hands instead. The body part periodization emphasis in this program will give your shoulders and elbows a much-needed break if you’ve overused them.