HYBRID - 4 days

HYBRID - 4 days

The ultimate combination of muscle gain and fitness

🚀 Elevate your fitness game with my groundbreaking Hybrid Training Program! 🏋️‍♀️ This is how I train 90% of the time, combining the best of bodybuilding style training and running workouts, this program is tailored for maximum results. �... Read more

$2000
Weight Lifting, Cardio, HIIT, Lower Body
6 weeks program 4 days/week
Level:
Intermediate
Location:
Gym
Weight Lifting, Cardio, HIIT, Lower Body
6 weeks program 4 days/week
Level:
Intermediate
Location:
Gym
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About the program

🚀 Unveiling 'Hybrid' - The 6 Week Hybrid Build 🏋️‍♂️ Ready to redefine your fitness game? 'Hybrid' is here to revolutionize your workout routine. This 6-week program seamlessly blends 4 days of targeted upper and lower body weight training with 4 progressively challenging runs. ... Read more

    The Workouts

    - 3.2km/2mi - Recovery
    - 3.2km/2mi - Recovery
    5.0
    1
    Full Body, Athletic Performance, Legs, All Levels, Warm Up, Outdoor, Functional, Abs & Core, Glutes
    - Lower Body - 1 @ 3 RIR
    - Lower Body - 1 @ 3 RIR
    5.0
    Bodybuilding, Lower Body, Strength, All Levels, Legs, Glutes, Full Body, Gym, Athletic Performance
    - 8 x 1:00 @ 5km - Speed
    - 8 x 1:00 @ 5km - Speed
    5.0
    1
    Outdoor, Abs & Core, Full Body, Legs, Athletic Performance, All Levels, Glutes, Lower Body, Functional, HIIT
    - Upper Body - 1 @ 3 RIR
    - Upper Body - 1 @ 3 RIR
    5.0
    1
    Upper Body, All Levels, Arms, Gym, Strength, Back, Bodybuilding, Chest, Full Body, Athletic Performance
    - 25min - Recovery
    - 25min - Recovery
    5.0
    All Levels, Full Body, Legs, Outdoor, Functional, Abs & Core, HIIT, Lower Body, Athletic Performance, Glutes

    Glowing 5-Star Reviews from Satisfied Customers

    This challenges me in all the right ways. Got me feeling stronger and loving it!
    Mark
    Balanced workouts that actually work. Seeing changes and loving the whole vibe!
    Sarah
    Really enjoy these workouts. Love the RIR system it uses and my runs are improving!
    Matt

    App features

    Reminders
    Set workout reminders to stay on track!
    Video Workouts
    Easy-to-follow videos for every workout in the program.
    Lifetime Access
    Once you purchase, you own the program forever!
    Streaks
    Complete at least one workout every week to get a streak!
    Favorites
    Save your favorite workouts with the click of a button.
    Stream Anywhere
    Stream to your TV and laptop using Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, or Fire TV.
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    Reminders
    Set workout reminders to stay on track!
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    About Toby Clements

    Online personal trainer

    Hey, I’m Toby! I’m an Online Fitness Coach & Qualified Personal Trainer. I also spent 8 years as a Professional Wrestler, taking me all over the world! ... Read more

    Get support & accountability from our amazing community

    Find encouragement and accountability by connecting with others in our exclusive private community. There you can learn about nutrition, learn more about form, and connect with other members. Bonus: Toby will be right there to cheer on you.

    Frequently asked questions

    What are the goals of this program?
    • Increased overall muscle mass • Build endurance • Learn consistency • Train like a Hybrid Athete • Improved mental clarity & focus
    What’s the schedule?
    The program is split into 4 days, doing double sessions. If you want to spread things out onto more days to avoid doubles, then do so! It consists of 2 Lower and 2 Upper sessions, alongside 2 recovery runs, 1 speed run and a long run.
    What is RIR and how do I use it?
    RIR stands for "Reps in Reserve," and it's a concept used in strength training and weightlifting to help gauge and regulate the intensity of your workouts. RIR is a way to determine how many more repetitions you could perform with a given weight before reaching failure, or the point where you can't complete any more reps with good form. Here's how to use RIR: Select a Weight: Choose the weight you want to lift for a specific exercise. Make sure it's challenging but manageable. Perform Repetitions: Start your set and perform repetitions until you feel like you could only do a certain number of additional reps with that weight while maintaining proper form. Determine RIR: The number of reps you could perform before reaching failure is your RIR. For example, if you stop a set with two reps left in the tank, your RIR is 2. The plan progresses from 3 RIR to 1 RIR across the 6 weeks. So gradually increase the intensity every week, alongside increasing weight. • IMPORTANT: The rep target is a RANGE. If you can do an extra rep or two to match the correct RIR, then do so. You can always go heavier next time!

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