[GMB] Gold Medal Bodies – Integral Strength
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BUILD PRACTICAL STRENGTH WITH MINIMAL EQUIPMENT
Honestly, there’s no shortage of strength training information out there. People have been getting strong for a long time, so do we really need another program? If you’re interested in moving better, the answer is yes.
Classic Bodyweight Exercises and Variations
Perfect for Beginner to Intermediate Level
Practical, Whole-Body Strength
Move with Confidence and Resist Injury
Over eight weeks of 3-6 short training sessions per week, you’ll build the kind of strength that carries over into demanding physical skills and dynamic sports. All you need is a pull-up bar and a bit of floor.
8 WEEKS OF PERIODIZED PROGRESSION FOR CONTINUOUS PROGRESS WITH NO STALLING
Of course, picking the right exercises is only part of the process; we wracked our brains for the most efficient and effective protocols to strike a balance between stability and movement with enough endurance and work capacity to allow you to pursue your goals.
Weeks 1 & 2
Assessment & Technique Practice
Week 1 and 2 are all about familiarizing yourself with the exercises and gradually finding the exercise variation that is appropriate for you at this particular moment.
Weeks 3 & 4
In Week 3 and 4 you will alternate between Strength and Power and Strength Endurance. These different routines will allow you to work on distinct aspects of your strength and build them up together during this phase to establish a new baseline.
Weeks 5 & 6
Volume & Conditioning
This next two week phase of Integral Strength provides an increase in your volume of work, taking advantage of the increased capacity you’ve built.
Weeks 7 & 8
Efficiency & Application
You will continue to use the same workouts however your intent is on improving Quality and Ease and/or moving to more challenging exercise variations.
After completing the 8-week cycle, you can choose to move on to a different kind of training for a few weeks, or repeat Integral Strength and continue to deepen your mastery of these fundamental strength skills.