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8 Week Strength

8 weeks

Over the course of the next 8 weeks, this program will develop your strength, stability, endurance, and body awareness. This program is for those looking to train following a set schedule to track their progress. ... more

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Toning
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Strength
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Abs and Core

Workouts (76)

Introduction
4.9
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FAQ

Who is this program for?
For anyone who wants to build strength using weights following a program that can be followed at home.
What do I need to participate in this program?
List of equipment: Floor and wall space Four sets of dumbbells (or adjustable ones) - Extra light (For mobility work - I used 2kg) - Lightweight (I used 4kg) - Mediumweight (I used 8kg) - Heavy (I used 10-12kg) Kettlebell medium/heavyweight (I used 8 and 12kg) Resistance band medium/hard A bench or a stable chair or box For the yoga classes: - Two yoga blocks - Foam roller - Dowel
What if I don't have some of those weights?
You can always get creative! If you feel you are using something too heavy, go for fewer reps. If you feel is too light, go for more reps.
How to schedule the program?
You train 5 times a week and get two full rest days.
How to do the workouts?
You will find a few different 10 to 15-minute warm-ups to prepare your body to begin the workouts and a cool down after each session.

FAQ

Who is this program for?
For anyone who wants to build strength using weights following a program that can be followed at home.
What do I need to participate in this program?
List of equipment: Floor and wall space Four sets of dumbbells (or adjustable ones) - Extra light (For mobility work - I used 2kg) - Lightweight (I used 4kg) - Mediumweight (I used 8kg) - Heavy (I used 10-12kg) Kettlebell medium/heavyweight (I used 8 and 12kg) Resistance band medium/hard A bench or a stable chair or box For the yoga classes: - Two yoga blocks - Foam roller - Dowel
What if I don't have some of those weights?
You can always get creative! If you feel you are using something too heavy, go for fewer reps. If you feel is too light, go for more reps.
How to schedule the program?
You train 5 times a week and get two full rest days.
How to do the workouts?
You will find a few different 10 to 15-minute warm-ups to prepare your body to begin the workouts and a cool down after each session.