The STRIVE challenge is a six-week hybrid training program created with performance in mind. This unique combination of HIIT, functional strength training and metabolic conditioning will take you outside your comfort zone and push your mental and physical limits. If you commit to the STRIVE challenge, you are committing to GREATNESS. Average is no longer acceptable.
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The STRIVE challenge is a gym-based 6-week training guide that can be repeated as many times as desired.
It includes 5 completely unique, effective workouts per week that alternate between, lower body strength, upper body strength, cardio and core, total body strength, and conditioning. Each workout includes a dynamic warm-up, a pre-hab activation circuit, the workout, an energy system development finisher and a well-deserved cool down.
The program kicks off with two days of initial benchmark strength and conditioning testing that will be repeated upon completion of the program to effectively measure progress.
How long do I have access TO the challenge?
You will have access for 365 days from your purchase date.
HOw much does the challenge cost?
A one-time fee of $149.
What fitness level is the challenge geared towards?
I have programmed the challenge for an intermediate level athlete meaning someone who has 1-3 years of experience in the gym. However, you should feel empowered to modify to a beginner level or progress to an advanced level for any movement as needed.
CAN I complete the challenege at home?
There will be days where the workouts require minimal equipment and can be completed at home. However, I recommend having full gym access to get the most out of this program.
I have bad knees, can i still complete the challenge?
I highly recommend you consult with your doctor or physical therapist before starting this or any other program. That being said, you should feel empowered to modify any plyometric or knee-heavy movements (Ex. modify box jumps to step ups or heavy lunges to heavy deadlifts).
How should I track my progress?
Download and print off the baseline testing sheets provided. Complete both days of testing before you begin the challenge and keep your results somewhere safe. You will then re-test at the end of 6 weeks. I also highly recommend you take front, back and side view day 1 photos for your records and re-take the progress photos after week 6.