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The Body Program

6 weeks

Welcome to the Body Program! This is my intermediate-level physique program designed to build a more muscular & defined physique. This is my most classic bodybuilding-style program so expect lots of pumps, supersets, bunrout... more

Workouts (36)

W1/D1– Legs (Hamstring & Glute-focused)
5.0
25

FAQ

What are the goals of this program?
This program is designed to build muscle and shape for the physique of your dreams! This is a classic-style bodybuilding program focused on lifting weight and challenging your muscles so that they will grow. If you're looking to also add cardio, I suggest you add in other workouts from the app on top of these workouts.
What do I need to participate?
You will need access to a gym with free weights (dumbbells, barbells, etc.), and ideally also machines, a pull-up bar, and some resistance bands. I try to make suggestions where I can, but the more equipment you have access to, the better for this program.
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
This program is for intermediate gym-goers who are proficient in the basic lifts. I encourage you to go heavy, but you can always start out light until you are more comfortable with heavier weights

FAQ

What are the goals of this program?
This program is designed to build muscle and shape for the physique of your dreams! This is a classic-style bodybuilding program focused on lifting weight and challenging your muscles so that they will grow. If you're looking to also add cardio, I suggest you add in other workouts from the app on top of these workouts.
What do I need to participate?
You will need access to a gym with free weights (dumbbells, barbells, etc.), and ideally also machines, a pull-up bar, and some resistance bands. I try to make suggestions where I can, but the more equipment you have access to, the better for this program.
Who are these workouts for (skill-level)?
This program is for intermediate gym-goers who are proficient in the basic lifts. I encourage you to go heavy, but you can always start out light until you are more comfortable with heavier weights