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BUILD FROM HOME 1.0

4 weeks

Jump start your fitness goals by learning the fundamentals. Build from home 1.0 is designed for entry level participants new to strength training and resistance training. ... more

Build muscle
Beginner
Strength
Functional
Conditioning
Weight loss
Mobility

Workouts (20)


FAQ

What do I need to participate in this program?
This program can be done at the comfort of your own home or at the gym. You need just two dumbbells for this program and a jump rope.
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
Build from homer 1.0 is designed for entry level participants new to strength training and resistance training. The program is designed to set you with the right foundational movement patterns and appropriate progressions. Can’t do a push-up or having a hard time squatting correcting? This program is for you. Learn how to perform foundational exercises.
What are the goals of the program?
My build from home 1.0 is an early introduction to the rest of my training programs. You will learn the fundamentals and progressively challenge yourself as you improve your movement quality. This program will improve your movement competency while building strength, muscle, and core stability.
How to get the best outcome of the program?
Be consistent, follow the program as designed. The sets/reps progressively get challenging, be sure to increase your weight by 5ibs each week with each exercise. Don’t be fooled by how simple this program looks, a great program isn’t always about complexity but intent and progressive overload. This is a 4 week program that can be repeat again for another 4 weeks. Most importantly, be patient and be consistent. You got this! Don’t forget to share you workouts with me on Instagram and hashtag #thepowermethod.
How to schedule the program into a week?
This program includes 3 strength training days and 2 cardio days with 2 rest days. Schedule out your days as they fit your lifestyle and time schedule, you have flexibility here to choose the days and times you workout, be sure to complete all 5 workouts every week. ;) If you miss a week, don’t fret, start from where you left off. #thepowermethod

FAQ

What do I need to participate in this program?
This program can be done at the comfort of your own home or at the gym. You need just two dumbbells for this program and a jump rope.
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
Build from homer 1.0 is designed for entry level participants new to strength training and resistance training. The program is designed to set you with the right foundational movement patterns and appropriate progressions. Can’t do a push-up or having a hard time squatting correcting? This program is for you. Learn how to perform foundational exercises.
What are the goals of the program?
My build from home 1.0 is an early introduction to the rest of my training programs. You will learn the fundamentals and progressively challenge yourself as you improve your movement quality. This program will improve your movement competency while building strength, muscle, and core stability.
How to get the best outcome of the program?
Be consistent, follow the program as designed. The sets/reps progressively get challenging, be sure to increase your weight by 5ibs each week with each exercise. Don’t be fooled by how simple this program looks, a great program isn’t always about complexity but intent and progressive overload. This is a 4 week program that can be repeat again for another 4 weeks. Most importantly, be patient and be consistent. You got this! Don’t forget to share you workouts with me on Instagram and hashtag #thepowermethod.
How to schedule the program into a week?
This program includes 3 strength training days and 2 cardio days with 2 rest days. Schedule out your days as they fit your lifestyle and time schedule, you have flexibility here to choose the days and times you workout, be sure to complete all 5 workouts every week. ;) If you miss a week, don’t fret, start from where you left off. #thepowermethod