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Signature Series

with Jenny Campion

Dumbbell - 6 week

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Sessions (42)

Week 1 • Day 1
5/5
3
50 min
Week 1 • Day 2
5/5
3
45 min
Week 1 • Day 3
5/5
3
45 min
Week 1 • Day 4
5/5
3
60 min
Week 1 • Day 5
5/5
2
50 min
+37 sessions more

Frequently Asked Questions

How to get the best outcome of the program?
TRAIN CONSISTENTLY Complete every workout that you have committed to, even if you miss a day and have to make it up later. If you are limited on time, still show up and remove some sets. It’s about choosing to show up and progress over time. Every bit counts! NOTE YOUR MEASURES OF PROGRESS The scale and photos are obvious ways to track progress but it’s also important to make note of your strength, energy levels, form improvements, mood, sleep quality, nutrition choices etc… CHALLENGE YOURSELF Make sure you select a weight that challenges you for the reps given, while maintaining good form. You should feel like you need the allocated rest time to recover. Record your weight over the weeks to ensure you push yourself. NUTRITION You can’t outwork a bad diet. Remember the essentials: to eat mostly whole foods (from the earth!), approx 1g/lb of body weight in protein and drink your body weight (in ounces) in water. For more in-depth information, visit my Insights page for my nutrition guide.
What are the goals of the program?
To build enjoyment, consistency and confidence in our training. By following a well balanced program with progressive overload we’ll gain total body muscular strength, feel great and look great!
How to schedule the program into a week?
I offer 5 training days for the week with 2 recovery days: 1 mobility and 1 complete rest day. If you need to switch up the order of rest days, I recommend 2-3 working days followed by a rest day. Make sure you give that bod time to recover! 5x a week is a goal to work towards but I understand that it is not always manageable. If this is the case, I suggest aiming for 3x a week and focusing on: legs, upper body and the total body programs. On your non training days, keep active by getting those steps in!
What do I need to participate in this program?
YOU and a range of dumbbells. Some banging tunes can help too!
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
This is designed for ALL skill levels. For beginners, I suggest focusing on form rather than load and to give yourself permission to take off a set of each exercise. Ease into movement and create a strong foundation first! For intermediate and advanced folks - challenge yourselves. At the end of each 3 week phase, make sure you UP THE INTENSITY!

Frequently Asked Questions

How to get the best outcome of the program?
TRAIN CONSISTENTLY Complete every workout that you have committed to, even if you miss a day and have to make it up later. If you are limited on time, still show up and remove some sets. It’s about choosing to show up and progress over time. Every bit counts! NOTE YOUR MEASURES OF PROGRESS The scale and photos are obvious ways to track progress but it’s also important to make note of your strength, energy levels, form improvements, mood, sleep quality, nutrition choices etc… CHALLENGE YOURSELF Make sure you select a weight that challenges you for the reps given, while maintaining good form. You should feel like you need the allocated rest time to recover. Record your weight over the weeks to ensure you push yourself. NUTRITION You can’t outwork a bad diet. Remember the essentials: to eat mostly whole foods (from the earth!), approx 1g/lb of body weight in protein and drink your body weight (in ounces) in water. For more in-depth information, visit my Insights page for my nutrition guide.
What are the goals of the program?
To build enjoyment, consistency and confidence in our training. By following a well balanced program with progressive overload we’ll gain total body muscular strength, feel great and look great!
How to schedule the program into a week?
I offer 5 training days for the week with 2 recovery days: 1 mobility and 1 complete rest day. If you need to switch up the order of rest days, I recommend 2-3 working days followed by a rest day. Make sure you give that bod time to recover! 5x a week is a goal to work towards but I understand that it is not always manageable. If this is the case, I suggest aiming for 3x a week and focusing on: legs, upper body and the total body programs. On your non training days, keep active by getting those steps in!
What do I need to participate in this program?
YOU and a range of dumbbells. Some banging tunes can help too!
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
This is designed for ALL skill levels. For beginners, I suggest focusing on form rather than load and to give yourself permission to take off a set of each exercise. Ease into movement and create a strong foundation first! For intermediate and advanced folks - challenge yourselves. At the end of each 3 week phase, make sure you UP THE INTENSITY!
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Melody 6mo ago
Trying this program again because I liked it so much the first time!
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Stephanie 7mo ago
Phewwwww!! Week 4 is kicking my butt. May have to repeat this week, didn’t give myself enough time to finish entire workout
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Stephanie 7mo ago
Gassed. But seriously loved!!!
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Candace 8mo ago
Thanks :)
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Stephanie 8mo ago
Killer but mighty!!
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Candace 8mo ago
Loved! First day