eBook, ‘Train like the Pro’ – Strength & Conditioning Program
A 13 week step by step strength and conditioning program that has been proven a success with professional athletes and celebrities.
The Program includes 39 individual sessions that must be followed with noted records of progress. Im a Qualified Personal Trainer, Martial Arts and Strength and Conditioning Professional who has not only put the program to the test with my clients, but used this method to rebuild my own strength and fitness after a series of sports injuries and weight gain issue.
I am often asked, how do the professionals train? How do athletes achieve an abundance of strength and agility? How do celebrities keep their bodies looking so fit and healthy ? Well here is your chance to finally get an inside to the top secrets on how to increase your strength, power and opportunity to create the body you only dream of.
The program is designed for anyone that is determined to make a dramatic change to their fitness levels; athletes, men, women or kids, it's designed to tailor suit the individual reader.
By noting your personal abilities and goals along the way, the program adapts to your maximum best.
Just some of the things you expect to see in the program:
- Step by Step Instructions
- Nutrition Guide
- The importance of Strength and Conditioning
- Techniques and its values
- Over 60 Exercises Image Glossary
- The author's background
- Email Support
- 39 Sessions
A tailor suited fitness program with a professional in person can set you back up to $100 per session. The value of the Train like the Pro's Program via eBook, is clearly seen within reading its first opening pages and that's even before you have started to follow the training sessions.
Identify what you are trying to achieve, and the benefits that higher levels of Performance will add.
The more OXYGEN your muscles receive, the slower the production of lactic acid and the slower the rate of muscle fatigue.
When your muscles don’t receive enough oxygen to support their exertion, they begin to produce lactic acid, which can cause muscle fatigue and failure.
Weight training can make athletes less susceptible to injury by strengthening the muscles, bones and ligaments. Weight training can increase your explosive power.
The combination of strength and endurance results in muscular endurance - the ability to perform many repetitions against a given resistance for a prolonged period of time.
In order to get fitter, or improve in sport, the body needs to be exposed to stresses (i.e. training or exercise), once this has happened, the body then needs time to adapt to the stresses and for this there must be a period of rest and recovery. Your body grows during these periods of rest and recovery.