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Beast

6 weeks

Welcome to the official BEAST program that I used to get my man James McAvoy in killer shape for the movie Glass! If you haven’t seen the results yet, check out the coverage his body got in Men’s Journal, Men’s Health, and G... more

Workouts (30)

W1/D1: Legs + Core
4.8
614

FAQ

How the program works?
-The workouts get more and more difficult each week -Make sure to work hard in the beginning to establish a foundation you can build on -The program is 5 workouts with 1 active rest day and 1 complete rest day -If you have to miss a workout, that's okay, just get back on the schedule as quickly as you can
What are the goals of the program?
-Increase lean muscle mass -Burn body fat -Develop a strong core -Increase athleticism -Improve posture -Improve mental clarity and focus
How to maximize the results of the program?
-Proper sleep (8-9 hours a night) -Strict nutrition regime that consists only of wholesome natural ingredients (nutrition in Insights tab) Properly hydrated
How to schedule the program?
-You will have to train with weights 4-5 times per week -Advanced can progress up to 5-6 workouts per week -Beginner can start with 3-4 workouts per week -When you rest from lifting, you should still remain active (yoga, stretching, walking, hiking) -Minimum of 1 full rest day
What do I need to participate in this program?
-Gym membership that has standard workout equipment
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
-The workouts are designed for all levels, as any beginner, intermediate, or advanced level athlete will benefit from this program -Beginners - use my support, do less reps and take longer rest between sets -Advanced - up the intensity and rep count and reduce the time between sets
How long are the workouts?
-Depending on your level, each workout should last no longer than 40-60 minutes
How to engage with me? Join the community!
-Message me in the app for any questions you have. -I would love to see your progress pictures/videos. Tag me on Instagram and use the hashtag #MagnusMethod
What should I do on the day 6 active rest day?
-On day 6, I recommend a an active recovery, examples include: restorative training, swimming, hiking, biking, stretching, yoga, foam rolling, etc

FAQ

How the program works?
-The workouts get more and more difficult each week -Make sure to work hard in the beginning to establish a foundation you can build on -The program is 5 workouts with 1 active rest day and 1 complete rest day -If you have to miss a workout, that's okay, just get back on the schedule as quickly as you can
What are the goals of the program?
-Increase lean muscle mass -Burn body fat -Develop a strong core -Increase athleticism -Improve posture -Improve mental clarity and focus
How to maximize the results of the program?
-Proper sleep (8-9 hours a night) -Strict nutrition regime that consists only of wholesome natural ingredients (nutrition in Insights tab) Properly hydrated
How to schedule the program?
-You will have to train with weights 4-5 times per week -Advanced can progress up to 5-6 workouts per week -Beginner can start with 3-4 workouts per week -When you rest from lifting, you should still remain active (yoga, stretching, walking, hiking) -Minimum of 1 full rest day
What do I need to participate in this program?
-Gym membership that has standard workout equipment
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
-The workouts are designed for all levels, as any beginner, intermediate, or advanced level athlete will benefit from this program -Beginners - use my support, do less reps and take longer rest between sets -Advanced - up the intensity and rep count and reduce the time between sets
How long are the workouts?
-Depending on your level, each workout should last no longer than 40-60 minutes
How to engage with me? Join the community!
-Message me in the app for any questions you have. -I would love to see your progress pictures/videos. Tag me on Instagram and use the hashtag #MagnusMethod
What should I do on the day 6 active rest day?
-On day 6, I recommend a an active recovery, examples include: restorative training, swimming, hiking, biking, stretching, yoga, foam rolling, etc