By Rob Shaul
This week we published five new plans – Johnny, Waylon, Hank, Willie, and Dolly – of our new series of plans:
These most recent programmes in development will include a total of 8-general fitness plans and are specifically designed for recreational athletes.
We have more and more civilians and recreational athletes interested in our programming and often it’s just not appropriate to recommend plans from our mountain and tactical libraries.
Johnny, Waylon, Willie, Hank, Dolly, Loretta, Tammy, and Patsy will deploy our fluid periodization methodology, without several of the base fitness training attributes which are part of our day-to-day programming for mountain and tactical athletes.
Climbing training, rucking, and tactical agility, for example, won’t be included in these plans. The plans will focus on strength, work capacity, endurance (including running, gym-based endurance) and chassis integrity.
We completed the general outline for each plan already, and are now diving in on individual design.
We’re designing these plans, because of the demand for general fitness plans from our community. And sometimes even our mountain and tactical athletes need or want to work on specific areas and these plans will help fill those roles.
We hope to publish all the plans, and the entire packets by the end of June 2018.
These plans can be purchased individually or as part of the packets. Our members of the Athlete’sSubscription will automatically have access to them through our plan library.
Learn More About the First Five Plans:
- Johnny – All Around
- Waylon – Strength Emphasis
- Hank – Work Capacity Emphasis
- Willie – Endurance Emphasis
- Dolly – All Around