Due to the interest in having more than one program posted regularly, I will do my very best to appeal to my interested athletes. I will steal program information either directly or indirectly from other coaches. Since they are very successful coaches, gym owners, trainers and trainees, I feel the info provided is very useful. I decided to program my own GPP program, steal a fat loss program from a fat loss expert, and fittingly, steal a weightlifting program from a weightlifting coach. Now that there are three different options, that does not mean you do three times the work. It means you make a decision on what your goal is, and you work towards that goal. If you want to get involved with weightlifting specifically, or you feel you need to lose significant fat, or if you just like to train like a beast, choose the following program accordingly. Do not mix programs and do not try to do more than one at a time, it will yield shitty results.
Remember, the weightlifting program and the fat loss programs are blatantly stolen from other coaches off the interwebz, while the GPP program is mine. Make a decision and work your ass off through your next training phase. The weightlifting program is a high volume squat cycle so start light and let your body adapt to the volume of squatting. If you need to break, do it, as you might not be prepared for the ensuing volume of squatting. The fat loss program might seem to get a little monotonous, but remember the goal, lose fat. It will work if you do the work. The GPP program is going to be a lot of variety this time around, with tons of variations of pressing, squatting, pulling, etc. This is a great program for people who really don't know what they hell they want, but love working hard and training hard and getting after it with some intensity. There will be a mix of 5/3/1, Westside Barbell, Underground Training, bodyweight, kettlebells, weightlifting...you name it. This will be a fun one, so take it as it is, or make any necessary adjustments. The best know when, why and how to make adjustments to suit their needs. Most importantly, have fun and enjoy the ride. Any questions, post up.